Winternitz


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Win·ter·nitz

(vin'ter-nits),
Wilhelm, physician in Hapsburg Empire, 1835-1917. See: Winternitz sound.
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Meanwhile, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence for European and NATO Policy Andrew Winternitz stressed on Thursday that if Turkey purchased both the S-400 and the F-35 for its armed forces, it could study ways to use the Russian defence system more effectively against US fifth-generation aircraft.
Some of this neglect likely stems from an older view of the text as merely a collection of quotations with little original insight (e.g., Winternitz 1933); Paul Harrison (2007) has done much to correct this view.
Furthermore, IOTA uses a quantum-resistant encryption scheme (Winternitz signatures) which is claimed to be immune to attacks by upcoming quantum computers.
Winternitz, 'Jataka gathas and Jataka commentary', Indian Historical Quarterly (Calcutta) 4, 1 (1928): 12.
Therefore, the Winternitz one-time signature scheme was proposed.
W-OTS+ is a Winternitz-type one-time signature scheme (the Winternitz signature is a one-time digital signature that can be used as a component of recent hash-based digital signatures that are capable of signing many messages.
Winternitz, "Dynamical invariance algebra of the Hartmann potential," Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, vol.
Winternitz, "On the integrability of systems of nonlinear ordinary differential equations with superposition principles," Journal of Mathematical Physics, vol.