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RSA

 
right sacroanterior (position of the fetus).
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RSA

Abbreviation for right sacroanterior position.
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RSA

Abbreviation for:
radical scavenging activity
rapid slide agglutination
reactive secondary amyloidosis
recurrent spontaneous abortion
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regular spiking activity
Rehabilitation Services Administration
repeated spontaneous abortion
right subclavian artery
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Our results demonstrate that the floating-point computing resource is a more competitive candidate for the asymmetric cryptography implementation in CUDA GPUs.
Guneysu, "Exploiting the power of GPUs for asymmetric cryptography," in Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems-CHES, pp.
The other encryption technique is asymmetric cryptography, also known as public key cryptography, because it involves an asymmetric key pair.
Digital signatures are based on public key technology, a special form of encryption invented in the 1970s, which uses two different keys (because two different keys are used, this form of encryption is also known as asymmetric cryptography).
Cryptography can be accomplished either using symmetric crytography, which depends on all participants sharing a common set of key material, or asymmetric cryptography, in which the participants use their own unique key pairs in order to participate in a secure communication.
In the example seen in Figure 4, which uses asymmetric cryptography, the MIC is protected using the private component of the originator's public-key pair.
Ensuring the true authentication of senders through the use of asymmetric cryptography (the "who")

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