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Joining; connecting; connective.
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Based on the above analyses, an efficient conjunctive keyword search scheme without a secure channel is proposed for the cloud storage environment, which is called searchable encryption with conjunctive keyword search (SE-CKS).
At policy level, the report suggested to develop conjunctive water management plans at the district level that focus on building drought resilience.
Monrose, "Achieving efficient conjunctive keyword searches over encrypted data," in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 2005, vol.
However, this study is concerned with the fact that they generally investigated all relations, taxis and logico-semantic, hence paying little key attention to the elaborative function of the conjunctive form.
In contrast, in the conjunctive mode of concatenation, the elements (e.g., the bodies of two lovers) do not follow any predetermined pattern or embedded program, giving rise to conjunctive syntheses that are unrepeatable and unique in the space--time continuum.
In addition, it is desirable to have a search operation with the support of conjunctive queries in such system.
The conjunctive use of Groundwater Modeling and Geographic Information System (GIS) to Study the Water Resources of Upper Jhelum SCARP Area in Indus Basin.
Asking a question following Mr Gibb's statement yesterday, Ms Goodman said: "Last Wednesday the Prime Minister was not able to tell the House his definition of a modal verb, what the past progressive tense is, or to distinguish a subordinating conjunctive from a co-ordinating conjunctive.
Countryside is the connective tissue between settling the land and sustaining a living from that land--the conjunctive between dirt and dinner plate.
Two bilateral hemi-segments surround an intra-segmental region, in which nerve bundles, blood vessels and loose conjunctive tissue are found.