Extraction Sample Clauses

Extraction. Letting C denote an active Xxx’s view of the protocol, SD ((kA, C,E | kA ƒ=⊥), (Uλk , C, E)) ≤ s and SD ((kB, C,E | kB =ƒ⊥), (Uλk , C, E)) ≤ s. Our Protocol Before going into details in subsequent sections, we present here a high-level overview of our protocol. We start with an authentication sub-protocol Auth presented in [RW03] that achieves the following: using the secret w that is common to Xxxxx and Xxx, it allows Xxxxx to send to Bob an authentic (but nonsecret) message M of length λM bit-by-bit in 2λM messages. Xxxxx and Xxx [RW03] can use this sub-protocol in order to agree on a key k as follows: they use Auth to get an extractor seed s from Xxxxx to Bob, and then extract k from w using s.1 We modify this protocol by using Auth to authenticate a MAC key instead of an extractor seed. The MAC key, in turn, is used to authenticate the extractor seed s (which can be done very efficiently using simple information-theoretic MACs). This seems counterintuitive, because Xxxx reveals what is being authenticated, while MAC keys need to remain secret. The insight is to use the MAC key before Auth begins.2 Our modification is beneficial for three reasons. First, MAC keys can be made shorter than extractor keys, so Auth is used on a shorter string, thus reducing the number of rounds and the entropy loss. Second, this modification allows us to use the same MAC key to authenticate not only the extractor seed s, but also the error-correction information (the so-called “secure sketch” of w [DORS08]) in the case Bob’s wj is different from Xxxxx’s w. Third, because there are MACs that are secure even against (limited) key modification [DKRS06, CDF+08], we can lower the security parameters in Auth, further increasing efficiency and reducing entropy loss. The rest of the paper is devoted to filling in the details of the above overview, including smaller improvements not discussed here, and proving the following theorem. 1For technical reasons, since the adversary can modify message of Auth, she may have some information about the string extracted from w; this problem is easily handled, see Section 4. 2This idea has been used before in several contexts; to the best of our knowledge it was first used in [Che97] in the context of secure link state routing. ε ε − − − − − − { } M M Theorem 1. Given an [n, κ, 2η +1]2 linear error correcting code, the protocol presented in Section 4 is an ( , hW , λk, η, δ, s)-interactive robust fuzzy extraction protocol, where is the Hamming space over ...
Extraction. The argument that R is nearly uniform given P is similar to the errorless case, except s has to be taken into account. For every s, the function Hi(c) = (σ, R) is universal, because for every c1, c2, there is at most one i such that Hi(c1) = Hi(c2) (because i(a1 − a2) is fixed, like in the errorless case). Because H˜ ∞(W | SS(W )) ≥ m − k, applying Lemma 1, we see that the distribution of (R, P ) = (R, (i, σ, s)) is 2(n′−v−(m−k))/2−1 = 2(n−v−m)/2−1 -close to (Un′−2v ×Un′−v ×U2v×SS(W )). Applying Lemma 3 to A = R, B = P , C = Un′−2v , D = Un′−v × U2v × SS(W ), we get that (n′−v−m)/2 (R, P ) is ε-close to Un′−2v × P , for ε = 2 .
Extraction. 6.1 A portion of the homogenized sample must be extracted in an organic solvent that is suitable for recovering cannabinoids.
Extraction. For the avoidance of doubt, Zeneca's ---------- right to commercialize Shuffled Genes for [*******] for Agricultural Applications shall include the right to commercialize Zeneca Agricultural Products obtained by extraction. Any other extraction rights for Zeneca Agricultural Products shall be as agreed by the Research Committee.
Extraction. The Tenant will not take, sell or carry away any soil, mineral, gravel, turf, sand or clay. This includes any top-soil, compost, manure or any other materials provided and/or purchased for the benefit of the Tenants on the allotments.
Extraction. Using an appropriate chemical solution and cleaning equipment, carpet will be cleaned and left in a safe condition. (Extensive carpet cleaning will require a floor care request to be submitted) Dusting • Removal of dust and debris particles from surfaces (Furniture, fittings, and fixtures) using dry or damp methods. Restrooms • Thorough cleansing and sanitizing of all basins, urinals, showers, baths etc. as well as replenishment of soaps, paper towels, and other toiletries where necessary. Waste Removal • To empty waste bins and dispose of trash. Pest Control • CEVS will provide preventative pest control treatment as well as emergency service calls thru a third party vendor. Window Cleaning • CEVS will coordinate exterior window cleaning services on an annual basis thru a third party vendor go to xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/campusenvironmentalservices/windowcleaning/ Special Services Provided • Floor care which will consist of carpet cleaning, waxing of floors and etc…will require the submittal of a request via our online site at xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/campusenvironmentalservices/floorcare/ (1 week notice required) • Event Set-up- CEVS will provide tables, chairs, trash receptacles as well as manpower if needed to police the event for tidiness. xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/campusenvironmentalservices/set_ups/ (1 week notice required) Cleaning Tasks that will not be included: • Cleaning of computers, printers, or any other IT equipment • Working from ladders • Movement of any office furniture for cleaning purposes • Washing of any cutlery or crockery within kitchen areas • Cleaning out of refrigerators or microwave ovens • Purchasing of anti-bacterial soap, hand sanitizer, red bags, and linen bags. (These products are ordered by the Clinic Manager) FREQUENCY OF SERVICE: Daily Duty Chart Duty Assignments Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri KEY PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: Description of Service/Standard Work Order Response Submittal Confirmation Service Completion Pest Control 24 hour response time Floor Care 24 hour response time Preferred Date Set-up 24 hour response time Preferred Date Surveys Follow up Performance Measurements Routine Cleaning 48 hours 95 % customer satisfaction Floor Care 48 hours 95 % customer satisfaction Set-up 48 hours 95 % customer satisfaction PERFORMANCE MONITORING: To ensure we meet our performance standards the following measures will be carried out:  Regular inspections of cleaning by supervisors.  Scheduled Quality Assurance Monitoring will be conducted to score...
Extraction. What I bring back from the drumming journey in extraction is the location of where within your physical body the “curse” or negative energy pattern is anchored. It is often anchored to several places which, when touch is utilized, I typically xxxx with the motion of an ‘x’ on the surface of the skin using a piece of petrified wood or other natural element extraction “tool.” The “curse” energy is then removed from these locations often with a scooping motion that may feel like a light brushing on the surface of the skin. The exception to this is when the anchor point is in the vicinity of the pelvis, torso, breasts/pecs or face. In these cases, the ‘x’ is made in the air approximately 2” above the body and no contact is made with the surface of the body during the removal process. The non-touch option is for me to make all of the ‘x’s in the air above the body at the locations where the energy pattern is anchored and to make no contact with the surface of the body during removal. Please check the option you elect below: I elect for touch to be used in the shamanic ritual as described above. I elect to experience the shamanic ritual without touch except for the limited contact made during the drumming phase of the process. Please note that retrievals and extractions are relevant ritual and conceptual frameworks that can apply to individual human beings as well as to family/lineage systems, animals/pets, and the land/plants/earth. The shamanic lens is one that considers our place as reciprocal beings within a broader web of connection that operates as an interdependent ecosystem. If there is imbalance or dis-ease within the broader ecosystem, this will often manifest as imbalance and dis-ease within the individual beings that are part of that ecosystem. Rebalancing and healing are not just about removing something that may be unwanted and/or destructive, but about shifting our lens and our day-to-day intentions, choices and impact as we remember what it means to be in reciprocal relationship with the whole of the energies/beings in our world and environment. This can include relationships with currently embodied energies in the present physical plane as well as the energies of the ancestors that have come before and the energies that are yet to follow after us. As such, rituals done within any of these contexts offer an invitation for energetic and structural shift for all involved in the relevant relationships related to that particular context. These shifts...
Extraction. A portion of the homogenized sample must be extracted in an organic solvent that is suitable for recovering cannabinoids. The preparation method utilized must be the one specified in the ISO17025:2017 scope of accreditation for cannabinoid analysis.
Extraction. Process Scale Up will verify that the extraction process is reproducible at scale and consistent with the process provided by Molichem.