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elliptic

[ə′lip·tik]
(science and technology)
Oval-shaped.
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Elliptic or so-called Cauer filters represent a specific type of LC ladder filters having the transmission zeros as well as poles at finite frequencies that create equal-ripple variations in both the pass-band and the stop-band and feature faster transition from the pass-band to the stop-band than any other class of network synthesis filters [2].
The user interface designer for Elliptic Labs, Erik Forsstorm said that the user needs to learn the exact spot to gesture to instead of having a large interactive space around the device.
At the finite elliptic sphere radius R Pythagoras' theorem fails, because at non-equal coefficients (9) the square area upon hypotenuse is smaller than the sum of square areas upon catheters:
Veron examines elliptic second-order degenerate quasilinear equations, of which the model is the p-Laplacian, with or without dominant lower order reaction term.
If trace(g) is real and contained in (-1,3), then g is regular elliptic and trace(g) = 1 + 2 cos [phi][pi].
Our previous work [33] already showed the differences between the efficiency of prime field based and field of characteristic 2 based elliptic curve systems in limited devices.
Elliptic has likewise rendered law enforcement agencies in the US and Europe with actionable proof on crimes engaging global units trafficking, drug sales, extortion, theft and money laundering.
The elliptic curve cryptosystem was proposed in 1986, which is better than traditional cryptosystem (such as RSA and DSA cryptosystem) in security and efficiency.
More recently, a cryptography algorithm based on the mathematics of elliptic curves has become popular.
A Complete Classification of the Isolated Singularities for Nonlinear Elliptic Equations with Inverse Square Potentials
The system, called Dual Elliptic Curve, was a random number generator, but it had a deliberate flaw - or "back door" - that allowed the NSA to crack the encryption.
Elliptic Vault in London insures deposits of the digital currency against loss and theft by using 'deep cold storage' where private encryption keys to bitcoins are stored on offline servers and in a secure location.