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ECS 153, Spring 2021; Lecture #23; May 19, 2021

ECS 153 Spring 2021. Computer Security. This covers authentication with a brief overview of rainbow tables and begins access control mechanisms. The video begins at 5:13 from the beginning.

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Indirect Formation of Amines

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ECS 220 8b:8.3-2 NL-WitnessExistence and…

ECS 220 8b:8.3-2 NL-WitnessExistence and Reachability are NL-complete

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ECS 220 8b:8.3-1 NL-completeness and logspace…

ECS 220 8b:8.3-1 NL-completeness and logspace reductions

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ECS 220 6b:7.2-2 showing problems are undecidable…

ECS 220 6b:7.2-2 showing problems are undecidable by reduction from halting problem

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ECS 220 5b:6.6-2 almost proof of Ladner's…

ECS 220 5b:6.6-2 almost proof of Ladner's theorem

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ECS 220 3a:3-5.2 recall Witness-Existence

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ECS 220 2c:5.3-2 NAE-SAT reduces to 3-Coloring

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ECS 220 2c:5.3-1 NAE-SAT is NP-complete

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ECS 220 2b:5.1 NP-completeness and reductions

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ECS 220 2a:4.2-1 3-Coloring reduces to CNF-SAT

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ECS 120 9a:2 reducibility

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ECS 120 8c:4 Cook-Levin Theorem if P neq NP, then…

ECS 120 8c:4 Cook-Levin Theorem if P neq NP, then no NP-complete problem is in P

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ECS 120 8c:3 definition of NP-completeness

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ECS 120 8c:2 reduction between two problems is an…

ECS 120 8c:2 reduction between two problems is an algorithm, but it does not solve either problem

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ECS 120 8c:1 3SAT is reducible to IndSet

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