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Description  to our knowledge, the provable security property is often taught as being self evident and is not questioned on any level (recent advances in quantum hacking may be an exception; however, such attacks are based on discrepancies between the model and real systems as opposed to the security of the model itself). The commonly cited reason for no-cloning or quantum entanglement is very far from sufficient. Even in the technical literature, a key is often regarded as perfect whenever it is used in an application. One main purpose of this paper is to correct such a misconception and to demonstrate how the imperfect generated key affects the security proofs themselves.



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Description to our knowledge, the provable security property is often taught as being self evident and is not questioned on any level (recent advances in quantum hacking may be an exception; however, such attacks are based on discrepancies between the model and real systems as opposed to the security of the model itself). The commonly cited reason for no-cloning or quantum entanglement is very far from sufficient. Even in the technical literature, a key is often regarded as perfect whenever it is used in an application. One main purpose of this paper is to correct such a misconception and to demonstrate how the imperfect generated key affects the security proofs themselves.

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__MATHJAX_NODOLLAR__ I owe you 20.

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OK this is the test bed for the u-beaut infobox. What a pain to install. For the record, I followed the info at this link: http://www.etcwiki.org/wiki/Mediawiki_template_guide

Why the heck why isn't this a file you can just unpackage into a directory rather than having to manually create 20 files, I don't know.

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  • [math]\int_a^y f(\alpha\,)\,dy[/math]
  • [math]\int_b^y f(\alpha\,)\,dy,{\rm does~it~work?}[/math]
  • [math]\int_b^y f(\alpha\,)\,dy,{\rm not~quite,~as~referencing~is~cactus.}[/math]
  • [math]\int_b^y f(\alpha\,)\,dy,cactii eradicated[/math]


According to scientists, the Sun is pretty big.[1] The Moon, however, is not so big.[2]

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Here is an inline equation: \( x^2 \)

Here is a display equation: \begin{align} \int 2x \; dx &= x^2 + C \tag{1}\label{eqn:integral} \end{align}

That last equation was Eqn. \ref{eqn:integral}.

\( \int_a^y f(\alpha\,)\,dy , \)

and in display form

\[ \int_a^y f(\alpha\,)\,dy . \]

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Therefore, the minimal cost = $50 million [math]\times[/math] 360 = $18,000 million = $18 billion. The maximal cost is = $50 million [math]\times[/math] 20,300 = $1,016,500 million = $1 trillion (approx).

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Notes relating to Test space

  1. E. Miller, The Sun, (New York: Academic Press, 2005), 23-5.
  2. R. Smith, "Size of the Moon", Scientific American, 46 (April 1978): 44-6.