asymmetric system

asymmetric system

A system in which major components or properties are different. See asymmetric compression.
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11 FIT while we assume two different controllers in the asymmetric system.
In this case, the values of asymmetric systems with [[lambda].
The asymmetric system was designed to maximize the bearing area between key and recess by increasing the number of faces in contact and also increasing the size of the contact faces.
As the bearing area is greatly improved with the asymmetric system, it requires a much shallower engagement when compared with other systems, such as the hex, as shown in figure 17.
Two point binding is a common feature in many homogeneous asymmetric systems since it reduces conformational freedom of the substrate, and directs which face of the molecule is reduced.
Generally, asymmetric systems require larger key sizes than symmetric systems.
However, where multiple users require the dissemination of a large number of keys, the key-management advantages of asymmetric systems may outweigh the drawbacks presented by their additional bit overheads.
Precise identification of nonlinear and asymmetric systems considering high frequency harmonics on the base of the congruent envelope and congruent frequency.
Extending our existing systems management functions to symmetric keys was a natural step since symmetric and asymmetric systems share many similarities in their encryption key lifecycles, management principals and security considerations.

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