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Self-Sensing and –Actuating Probes for Tapping Mode AFM Measurements of Soft Polymers at a Wide Range of Temperatures  [PDF]
Nadejda B. Matsko, Julian Wagner, Anton Efimov, Ines Haynl, Stefan Mitsche, Wolfgang Czapek, Boris Matsko, Werner Grogger, Ferdinand Hofer
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2011.22012
Abstract: Self-sensing and –actuating probes optimized for conventional tapping mode atomic force microscopy (AFM) are described. 32-kHz quartz tuning forks with a chemically etched and focus ion beam (FIB) sharpened (curvature radii are 5-10 nm) tungsten tip are stable at air and liquid nitrogen atmosphere and at a wide range of temperatures. If driven at constant frequency, the scan speed of such sensors can be up to 3 Hz. AFM was performed on polymer samples in order to study the stability and applicability of these sensor for investigation of soft materials with high dynamical tendencies.
Noise conversion in Kerr comb RF photonic oscillators
Andrey B. Matsko,Lute Maleki
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1364/JOSAB.32.000232
Abstract: Transfer of amplitude and phase noise from a continuous wave optical pump to the repetition rate of a Kerr frequency comb is studied theoretically, with focus on generation of spectrally pure radio frequency (RF) signals via demodulation of the frequency comb on a fast photodiode. It is shown that both the high order chromatic dispersion of the resonator spectrum and frequency-dependent quality factor of the resonator modes facilitate the optical-to-RF noise conversion that limits spectral purity of the RF signal.
Feshbach Resonances in Kerr Frequency Combs
Andrey B. Matsko,Lute Maleki
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.91.013831
Abstract: We show that both the power and repetition rate of a frequency comb generated in a nonlinear ring resonator, pumped with continuous wave (cw) coherent light, are modulated. The modulation is brought about by the interaction of the cw background with optical pulses excited in the resonator, and occurs in resonators with nonzero high-order chromatic dispersion and wavelength-dependent quality factor. The modulation frequency corresponds to the detuning of the pump frequency from the eigenfrequency of the pumped mode in the resonator.
Cubic Root Extractors of Gaussian Integers and Their Application in Fast Encryption for Time-Constrained Secure Communication  [PDF]
Boris Verkhovsky
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2011.44024
Abstract: There are settings where encryption must be performed by a sender under a time constraint. This paper de-scribes an encryption/decryption algorithm based on modular arithmetic of complex integers called Gaus-sians. It is shown how cubic extractors operate and how to find all cubic roots of the Gaussian. All validations (proofs) are provided in the Appendix. Detailed numeric illustrations explain how to use the method of digital isotopes to avoid ambiguity in recovery of the original plaintext by the receiver.
Primality Testing Using Complex Integers and Pythagorean Triplets  [PDF]
Boris Verkhovsky
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2012.59062
Abstract: Prime integers and their generalizations play important roles in protocols for secure transmission of information via open channels of telecommunication networks. Generation of multidigit large primes in the design stage of a cryptographic system is a formidable task. Fermat primality checking is one of the simplest of all tests. Unfortunately, there are composite integers (called Carmichael numbers) that are not detectable by the Fermat test. In this paper we consider modular arithmetic based on complex integers; and provide several tests that verify the primality of real integers. Although the new tests detect most Carmichael numbers, there are a small percentage of them that escape these tests.
Deterministic Algorithm Computing All Generators: Application in Cryptographic Systems Design  [PDF]
Boris Verkhovsky
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2012.511074
Abstract: Primitive elements play important roles in the Diffie-Hellman protocol for establishment of secret communication keys, in the design of the ElGamal cryptographic system and as generators of pseudo-random numbers. In general, a deterministic algorithm that searches for primitive elements is currently unknown. In information-hiding schemes, where a primitive element is the key factor, there is the freedom in selection of a modulus. This paper provides a fast deterministic algorithm, which computes every primitive element in modular arithmetic with special moduli. The algorithm requires at most O(log2p) digital operations for computation of a generator. In addition, the accelerated-descend algorithm that computes small generators is described in this paper. Several numeric examples and tables illustrate the algorithms and their properties.
Public-Key Cryptosystems with Secret Encryptor and Digital Signature  [PDF]
Boris Verkhovsky
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2013.61001

This paper describes and compares a variety of algorithms for secure transmission of information via open communication channels based on the discrete logarithm problem that do not require search for a generator (primitive element). Modifications that simplify the cryptosystem are proposed, and, as a result, accelerate its performance. It is shown that hiding information via exponentiation is more efficient than other seemingly simpler protocols. Some of these protocols also provide digital signature/sender identification. Numeric illustrations are provided.

The Analysis of the Equilibrium Cluster Structure in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide  [PDF]
Boris Sedunov
American Journal of Analytical Chemistry (AJAC) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ajac.2012.312A119

The monomer fraction density based analysis of precise thermophysical data for pure fluids is developed to study the molecular structures in supercritical fluids in general and in CO2 in particular. The series expansion by powers of the monomer fraction density of the potential energy density is used to discover the cluster structure in supercritical fluids and the clusters’ bond energies in CO2. The method of clusters separation between classes of loose and dense clusters in the CO2 supercritical fluid is developed. The method of the energetically averaged number of dense clusters is developed to study the mechanism of the soft structural transition between the gas-like and liquid-like fluids in the supercritical CO2.

Faster Method for Secure Transmission of Information with Sender Identification  [PDF]
Boris Verkhovsky
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2013.62009

This paper describes an algorithm for secure transmission of information via open communication channels based on the discrete logarithm problem. The proposed algorithm also provides sender identification (digital signature). It is twice as fast as the RSA algorithm and requires fifty per cent fewer exponentiations than the ElGamal cryptosystems. In addition, the algorithm requires twice less bandwidth than the ElGamal algorithm. Numerical examples illustrate all steps of the proposed algorithm: system design (selection of private and public keys), encryption, transmission of information, decryption and information recovery.

Thermal Analysis of Thermophysical Data for Equilibrium Pure Fluids  [PDF]
Boris Sedunov
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2013.47A2002

The thermal analysis of precise thermophysical data for pure fluids from electronic databases is developed to investigate the molecular interaction mechanisms and parameters and the structural features of heterogeneities in fluids. The method is based on the series expansion of thermophysical values by powers of the monomer fraction density. Unlike the virial expansion by powers of the total density, the series expansion terms in this method directly reflect properties of the corresponding cluster fractions. The internal energy had been selected among thermophysical properties as the most informative for this method. The thermal analysis of its series expansion coefficients permits to estimate the temperature dependence of the pair bond parameters, the clusters’ bond energies and equilibrium constants, the structural transitions between dominating isomers of clusters. The application of method to different pure fluids, including noble and molecular gases with van der Waals and polar molecular interactions, brings unknown clusters’ characteristics for the fluids under investigation. The thermal analysis of the ordinary and heavy Water vapors points on no trivial isotopic effects. The unpredictable growth of the pair bond energy with temperature in Alkanes points on existence in hydrocarbons of some unknown molecular interaction forces in addition to dispersion forces.

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