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Cloud Computing is used for enabling convenient, on-demand network to access shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g. Networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) which are rapidly provisioned and released with management effort or service provider interaction. Cloud technology allows for much more efficient computing by centralizing storage, memory, processing and bandwidth. The security is the major issue in the cloud computing. The issue is overcome by the encryption. The various encryption standards ensure the cloud security. Attribute-based encryption (ABE) is a vision of public key encryption that allows users to encrypt and decrypt messages based on user attributes. In a typical implementation, the size of the cipher text is proportional to the number of attributes associated with it and the decryption time is proportional to the number of attributes used during decryption To reduce the decryption time in outsourced encryption method the user provides a transformation key to the cloud to translate any ABE cipher text into simple cipher text and it only incurs a small computational overhead for the user to recover the plaintext from the transformed cipher text. The proposed system introduces the Verifiable Outsourced Encryption so that the user can check the correctness of the transformation performed by the cloud server and the user let to know the data is not modified by the untrusted servers.
The four papers s in this special issue e revisits the e core e concepts s and key functions of marketing through philosophy. They examine the e discipline e as it enters s its maturity amidst unprecedented global socioeconomic turmoil. As the certainties of modernity and the individualism of postmodernity melt into the uncharted lands of metamodernity, they offer a kaleidoscopic view of the big issues faced by contemporary societies through a fascinatingly eclectic mix of topics, theoretical frameworks and methodological perspectives. They call for a clean break from amoralism and a wholehearted embracement of our role as facilitators of value coproduction and agents of the e ethics of gentleness.
This paper investigates the influence of spatial varations of accidental mass eccentricities on the torsional response of inelastic multistorey reinforced concrete buildings. It complements recent studies on the elastic response of structural buildings and extends the investigation into the inelastic range, with the aim of providing guidelines for minimising the torsional response of structural buildings. Four spatial mass eccentricity configurations of common nine story buildings, along with their reversed mass eccentricities subjected to the Erzincan-1992 and Kobe-1995 ground motions were investigated, and the results are discussed in the context of the structural response of the no eccentricity models. It is demonstrated that when the initial linear response is practically translational, it is maintained into the inelastic phase of deformation as long as the strength assignment of the lateral resisting bents is based on a planar static analysis where the applied lateral loads simulate the first mode of vibration of the uncoupled structure.
This article contributes to the recent problematisation of the co-evolution of philosophyand marketing thought as we experience a transition from the deification of greed,individualism and hedonic consumption seen during the postmodern period of thetwentieth century to the brutal class restructuring and shattering of a number ofillusions of metamodernity at the beginning of the twenty-first century. It examinesthe philosophical foundations of advertising and communication and demonstrates theways in which current technological and socio-political advances are renderingtraditional approaches obsolete. As marketing is now recognised to be the mechanismpar excellence for value co-production, so advertising – and communication in general– are but mechanisms of meaning co-production through a dialogue between thedisillusioned but empowered consumer and the brand and corporation on solidarity,responsibility, morality, dignity and the sense of belonging in a community. It is herebyargued that values are far more relevant to contemporary consumers than the pursuit ofan idealised lifestyle based on celluloid images of the imaginary Joneses, and thus it isadvocated that discipline-wide changes need to be made.
This article examines the effect of life status changes on consumer preferences. It seeks explanations for continuities and changes in consumer preferences and examines the role of cultural and subcultural influences. Data used in the present study come from a largescale survey that used face-to-face interviews with a total of 645 respondents from three different ethnic backgrounds in Peninsular Malaysia. The findings show some consistencies with those of past research. They also suggest subcultural differences in consumer responses due to life-changing events. The study suggests the value of adopting the life course paradigm as a blueprint for further research across countries.
The three recent works on Japanese history discussed in this essay are connected only tenuously in terms of their subject matter: the construction of the category of “religion,” Buddhism in colonial Korea, and the evolution of liberalism in prewar Japan, respectively. What unites these studies is, rather, their approach. Highlighting the vital links between their subjects and other areas of the world, these studies yield a composite portrait of Japan as viewed through the transnational lens that now characterizes historical studies more generally...
This article examines the relationship between urban land development and municipal finance in a Chinese regional economy undergoing rapid urbanization. Drawing upon insights from the perspective of political economy, this article identifies a strategy by which land-centered urbanization has been actively pursued as a means of revenue generation in response to the reshuffling of state power. The territorialization of state power is realized through the expansion of urban space into the rural vicinity and the conversion of rural land into high-valued urban development to a greater regional extent. In contrast to the urbanization of capital observed in the global North, where an overaccumulation of capital leads to a sequential switch of the circuits of capital, urbanization in China has been pursued as a strategy to mobilize and accumulate original capital. Contrary to conventional wisdom, urbanization has not been an outcome responsive to economic growth; instead, it has been an active driving force instrumental to regional transformation. This article calls for greater attention to be directed to the interrelationship between land development, local public finance, and urbanization in the ongoing transformation of the Chinese political economy.
Very general multivariate right Caputo fractional Ostrowski inequalities are presented. Some of them are proved to be sharp and attained. Estimates are with respect to ∥·∥∞.
The ultimate behaviour of bolted connections in tubular members, such as chimneys, is studied and the interaction M-Ncurves are plotted, taking into account the main parameters of the problem. The proposed methodology is based on aclassification of failure patterns of the L-stub main component (segmental behaviour) under compressive or axial tensile forces,considering non-preloaded bolts. Besides, the results of the theoretical analysis of the main L-shape component ultimatebehaviour are compared with the corresponding obtained through finite element analysis of the constructed 3D models. Extending the local behaviour of the individual L-shape segments along the ring flange, the ultimate bearing capacity is derived,for each level of axial force, through a proposed analytical procedure and the corresponding interaction M-N curves areobtained. The parameters considered are the size and thickness of the flange and the tubular shell, the size and the location ofthe bolts, the quality of the materials and the amount of the applied axial load on the tubular element.