Solving the physics problems you are presented with in an introductory course
become easier if each time you sit down to solve a problem, you follow a
generalized problem-solving strategy that includes sketching pictures.
Web security issues remain a major challenge with numerous security concerns, Distributed Denial of Service Attack (DDos) leads among these. It was evolved from DOS and its main purpose is to consume large amount of server resources so that the server cannot provide service to normal users. Attackers usually gain access to large number of computers by exploiting the vulnerabilities to set up attack armies (i.e., Botnets). This paper will review and analyse different existing DDoS detecting techniques against different parameters, and propose a new hybrid architecture for the defence mechanism of DDoS attack.
Here we discuss the path integral formalism for quantization of fields. The basic idea is reviewed and explained. This is completely based on the book ``Quantum Field Theory A Modern Introduction" by Michio Kaku. For calculation natural system of units is taken.
The objective is to study the effect of different experimental parameters on the reconstruction of the density of states (DoS) and to verify the viability of the 1D/2D simulation model developed at GeePs. Beside the calculation of the DoS through the modulated photo-current method (MPC), the ambipolar minority carrier diffusion length is measured through steady state photocarrier grating (SSPG) and the majority carrier lifetime / mobility product is measured through steady state photo-conductivity (SSPC). The measurements were observed to be in agreement with the theoretical simulations, but further experiments are needed to accurately conclude the need of a 2D simulation for the MPC experiment.
kaaya ismail, David Mota and Leonhard Probst