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HMAC

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HMAC

(Hash-based Message Authentication Code) A fixed-length value computed from a variable amount of text for authentication purposes. The hashing algorithm uses a secret key to create the hash code, which is sent along with the message. At the receiving end, the same secret key is used to generate the code, which is compared with the sender's hash code to verify the integrity of the message. See MAC, hash function and digital signature.
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In the collection and submission phase, when the node collects the sensed data, it will process the data using the PMV and HMAC schemes.
We apply a keyed HMAC using the SHA256 hash function to ensure the authenticity of the data.
Rutting resistance of HMAC is affected by the shape and interlock of aggregates.
A number of "quick wins," as they're calling them internally, come along with combining the capabilities of Waupaca Foundry and HMAC, which formally merged April 1, 2016.
*The TScSSHServer.HMACs property for specifying the list of the used HMAC algorithms is added
In the Tables 3 and 4 results of the stiffness and fatigue obtained in Four Point Bending (4PB) beam tests according to PN-EN 12697-24 Bituminous Mixtures--Test Methods for Hot Mix Asphalt, Part 24: Fatigue Resistance and PN-EN 12697-26 Bituminous Mixtures--Test Methods for Hot Mix Asphalt, Part 26: Stiffness (10[degrees]C, 10 Hz) for mixes HMAC 16 20/30 and AC 16 W 35/50 on specimens taken from tested sections (taken from loading line A, B, C, D and next to it A', B', C', D') and specimens prepared in the laboratory conditions (Lab) during mix design are presented.
(2004), Hmac/Hmac/ maculosa Kaneko and Kubodera Hmac (unpubl.) * Specimens of unknown geographical origin (GenBank records).
HMAC and NMAC are hash-based message authentication codes proposed in [1].
A research carried out in the USA by Hunt and Boyle (2000) described that in 1994, steel slag test and control sections were constructed in Oregon to evaluate the use of steel slag in hot mix asphalt concrete (HMAC).
[16] provided a better version that incorporated two improvements: (1) the secret image can be reconstructed completely by using GF(28) instead of GF(251) to define the secret sharing formula and (2) the authentication code is generated by the robustness function HMAC (hashed-based message authentication code).