Hans-Hermann Hoppe, a standout pupil of Murray Rothbard and now the foremost Austrian social theorist, is no stranger to seemingly insurmountable theoretical problems. In work after work, Hoppe has made remarkably pioneering insights into social order and the free market.In The Private Production of Defense, Hoppe takes on one the most difficult subjects in economic and political theory: the provision of security. Addressing those who would claim that only the state can and should supply society with the service of protection, Hoppe argues that in fact it is better provided by free markets than government. In the process he tackles a hundred counterarguments. Here we have an important and exhilarating update and refinement of an argument rarely made even in the libertarian tradition.And the stakes are high for us. As Hoppe states, "Without the erroneous public perception and judgment of the state as just and necessary and without the public's voluntary cooperation, even the seemingly most powerful government would implode and its powers evaporate. Thus liberated, we would regain our right to self-defense and be able to turn to freed and unregulated insurance agencies for efficient professional assistance in all matters of protection and conflict resolution".To search for Mises Institute titles, enter a keyword and LvMI (short for Ludwig von Mises Institute); e.g., Depression LvMI. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Vann. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/149619/bk_acx0_149619_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Sultry Fakenamey is one of the premier writers of erotica who hides her real identity and hopes someday to be respected for her literary efforts that so far everyone says are incredible, but they also kind of smile sympathetically and knowingly because writers in genres other than erotica make as much money as... Well, even though everyone and her sister is getting an MFA these days, the chances of a writer being successful are the same as the chances of the average kid who hopes to grow up someday to be a famous baseball player but really ends up playing softball every weekend while his wife rolls her eyes and brings beers to him and his buddies because... Wait. Sorry. This is a sexy book filled with sex. Those books DO make money. It's like everybody can be a baseball star. That was a metaphor. Sultry Fakenamey understands metaphors. Everybody can be a baseball star. You just need to be willing to suck on the bat. See - that was another metaphor. Sultry Fakenamey knows metaphors. She has an MFA, after all. She's writing erotica only to pay the bills. She's really brilliant and intellectual and stuff. Wait...the book. You'll want to know about the stories. Um...there's lots of sex. Warning: We're not kidding. All of this is in there. Tentacle sex, rough first anal sex, group sex, sex discrimination, sex with strangers, alpha bad boys, teacher/student sex, alpha males, omega males, males, cowboy sex or at least a wanton pioneer woman trying to get it, cuckolding, poetry, elephant shifters, mouse shifters (really, and stop judging), public sex, shifter sex (that was mostly for the keyword, because, duh - elephants and mice), stripper sex, pizza delivery boy sex, sex. Did we mention sex? It is intended for mature listeners who will not be offended by sex. Because there is sex in it. A lot. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mara J Eden. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/091676/bk_acx0_091676_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Document from the year 2019 in the subject Communications - Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, , language: English, abstract: Social media content has stirred much excitement and created abundant opportunities for understanding the opinions of the general public and consumers toward social events, political movements, company strategies, marketing campaigns, and product preferences. Many new and exciting social, geo political, and business-related research questions can be answered by analyzing the thousands, even millions, of comments and responses expressed in various blogs, forums, social media and social network sites, virtual worlds, and tweets. This is one of the good medium to explore the opinion of people about the particular event and so that this may help in the making any business decisions or the feedback about political activities to be carried out in future.Therefore, we extracted the real time tweets on the social tweet keyword from the twitter web site, news website etc. using the twitter 4j Libraries and their API's and JSOUP Libraries for obtaining the real time tweets from the respective web sites for English keyword only. These tweets are preprocessed and obtained the keyword related sentences only. These preprocessed tweets further used for the removal ofslang, hash, tags and URL and the removal of stop words. We also used the abbreviations and emoticon conversion to get corresponding complete meaning full message from tweets.The processed tweets are further classified using three unstructured models EEC, IPC and SWNC. The results of these models are compared by obtaining the confusion matrix and their parameter such as precision, recall and accuracy. The SWNC model showed good result of classification over the EEC and IPC. Further the Hybrid model is used to reduce the number of the neutral tweets and obtained the corresponding results and shown by pie graph. By comparing the results of the SWNC model and the Hybrid model, it is observed that the numbers of neutral tweets are reduced in Hybrid model. The % range of reduction is around 20 - 25% in comparison with the SWNC model. Thus, we classified the real time social tweets using unstructured and their hybrid models. For obtaining these results, we developed the windows based indigenous, integrated and user friendly application in java and using NetBean's framework.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Cryptology and Network Security, CANS 2007, held in Singapore, in December 2007. The 17 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected. The papers are organized in topical sections on signatures, network security, secure keyword search and private information retrieval, public key encryption, intrusion detection, email security, denial of service attacks, and authentication.
Productivity growth is a keyword for sustainable economic growth in a knowledge-based society. There has been significant methodological development in the literature on productivity and efficiency analysis, e.g. SFA (Stochastic Frontier Analysis) and DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis). All these methodological developments should be matched with applications in order to provide practical implications for private and public decision-makers. This volume provides a collection of up-to-date and new applications of productivity and efficiency analysis. In particular, the case studies cover various economic issues in the Asia-Pacific region. The authors analyze the performance of manufacturing firms, banks, venture capital, broadcasting firms, as well as the issues of efficiency in the education sector, regional development, and defense industry. These case studies will shed light on the potential contribution of productivity and efficiency analysis to the enhancement of economic performance.
The 6th International Workshop on Information Security Applications (WISA 2005) was held on Jeju Island, Korea, during August 22 24, 2005. The workshop was sponsored by the Korea Institute of Information Security and Cryptology (KIISC), the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) and the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC). The aim of the workshop is to serve as a forum for new conceptual and - perimental research results in the area of information security applications, with contributions from the academic community as well as from industry. The wo- shop program covers a wide range of security aspects including network security, e-commerce, cryptography, cryptanalysis, applications and implementation - pects. TheProgramCommitteereceived168papersfrom17countries,andaccepted 29 papers for a full presentation track and 16 papers for a short presentation track. Each paper was carefully evaluated through a peer-review process by at least three members of the Program Committee. This volume contains revised versionsof29papersacceptedandpresentedinthefullpresentationtrack.Short papersonlyappearedintheWISA2005pre-proceedingsaspreliminaryversions, and their extended versions may be published elsewhere. In addition to the contributed papers, the workshop had ?ve special talks. Moti Yung gave a tutorial talk, entitled Malware Meets Cryptography. Virgil Gligor and Michel Abdalla gave invited talks in the full presentation track, en- tled On the Evolution of Adversary Models in Security Protocols and Public- Key Encryption with Keyword Search, respectively. Finally, Shozo Naito and Jonguk Choi gave invited talks in the short presentation track, entitled New RSA-Type Public-Key Cryptosystem and Its Performance Evaluation and A New Booming Era of DRM: Applications and Extending Business, respectively.
Storing and reading documents on mobile devices became common in the last years. Among these, there may also be public documents, but search engines allowing access to such locally stored public resources are still under development. This book presents the theoretical foundations for a search system designed to find similar documents in a network of mobile devices. Document similarity is measured in terms of topic similarity, instead of the common keyword based approaches. The proposed solution takes the special environment of mobile devices into account: it requires few processing power and maintains low communication traffic. This allows smartphones and tablets to keep searching in background without depleting their batteries in a few hours. The book presents several theoretical and experimental results which validate the applicability of the proposed techniques for searching similar documents between mobile devices. The book is intended for everyone interested in document topic identification, very compact topic representation, and classification.
Cloud computing provides a platform to store large amount of data. In conventional method data is stored on local site or local server but it is not feasible for complex and sensitive data. Cloud computing allow data owner to store their data on remote site so it reduce burden on local complex data storing. Data owners outsource their data to public cloud because of safety and economic savings. When data owner outsource their data these data are encrypted before they are transferred to the public cloud.In this project we use Blowfish algorithm for encryption of data. Before storing sensitive or complex data is encrypted and this can overcome plain-text keyword search. Cloud users need different kinds of data from cloud. When cloud user request data multiple keywords are allowed to the user query when searching in cloud this is called Multi keyword ranked
Web service discovery is a key component in service oriented computing.Service oriented architecture follow the find bind execute paradigm in which service providers register their services in public or private registries which clients use to locate web services.With an increasing number of web services providing similar functionalities,security has become one of the most critical issues. Because search engines are now a major player in finding service access points through Web Services Description Language.Service discovery standards, such as UDDI,have focused primarily on simple keyword-based search methods for service retrieval. When searching for relevant services, clients aren t interested solely in keyword matching (example, a service or operation name) but, more importantly, the degree to which services can deliver the required functionality.Let clients look for services that meet their requirements, focusing primarily on the overall functionality and security of web service.Here,we regulate security requirements and introduced a technique for negotiating a mutually acceptable security policy based on WSDL and to automate web services based on security factor using agents.