The adversary cannot get [ID.sub.i] without knowing the random number u, v, and the AC's private key [k.sub.0], because [mathematical expression not reproducible] are computationally infeasible because of the hardness of the extended chaotic-map-based CDHP
. Thus the adversary cannot extract the user's real identity [ID.sub.i].
said the average age a child first gets his or her cell phone has dropped down to as young as age 10.
Suppose the challenger C receives a random instance (P, aP, bP) of the CDHP
and has to compute abP.
and ER were involved with the data collection, CDHP
wrote the first draft of the manuscript with the assistance of ER, and MCvH and PD commented on subsequent drafts.
A similar result was found by Ichikawa et al., who posited that the result maybe due to CDHP
, a part of S-1, which could inhibit the activity of DPD so that the concentration of fluorouracil could be maintained at high levels for long periods of time .
Thus, for the purpose of the literature review, we defined a CDHP
as a high-deductible health plan that either is accompanied by an HRA or is eligible for an HSA.
Among the 13% of CDHP
participants, almost a quarter were eligible for an HSA but hadn't opened one.
The percentage of participants with HDHP coverage held steady at 11 percent, but the percentage with CDHP
coverage fell to 13 percent, from 15 percent in 2014.
* California has the most generous HSA contributions ($808 for singles and $1,316 for families) yet the lowest enrollment in CDHPs
: only 11.3 percent of plans in California are CDHP
plans and only 8.1 percent of employees are enrolled in them.
An August 2014 National Business Group on Health survey of large employers found a nearly 50% jump in the number that plan to offer a CDHP
as their only benefit plan option next year.