decapsulation


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de·cap·su·la·tion

(dē-kap'sū-lā'shŭn),
Incision and removal of a capsule or enveloping membrane.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

de·cap·su·la·tion

(dē-kap'-sū-lā'shŭn)
Incision and removal of a capsule or enveloping membrane.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The alternative invalid encapsulation algorithm samples an invalid cipher text C for a given id.Decapsulation: The decapsulation algorithm is deterministic, takes a cipher text C and an identity secret key and outputs the encapsulated key k
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Decapsulation: The recipient of the encapsulated data-encryption key first obtains their own private key T from the PKG.
Considering the GTP of mobile network, when our proxy server resides in the middle of such tunnels, the packet should require additional encapsulation and decapsulation because the proxy works with decapsulated packets.
--Define the frame format, the time frame, and perform data encapsulation and decapsulation for communications between devices.
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provided evidence, by decapsulation of rat adrenal gland to separate the zG from the rest of the gland, that the principal site of aldosterone secretion is the capsular portion, i.e., zG, and that of glucocorticoids secretion is the decapsulated portion, i.e., zFR.
While "decapsulation" methods are well documented, with many guides available to help with products and "recipe" selection for concoctions to remove encapsulants (ASM Microelectronics Handbook, Dynaloy data sheets, etc.), (1) the analyst will encounter materials in which standard methods, such as use of fuming nitric, sulfuric acids or commercial deprocessing products, fail to produce the desired outcome.
Decapsulation is the removal of the outer membrane of a cyst called the chorion by dissolution in sodium hypochlorite, without affecting the viability of the embryo.