With attention to foreign learners, the book gently introduces several new learning techniques, including intuitive memory aids. It consists of four different books:
Reading and Writing, Vocabulary, Grammar, and Conversation. The goal of this book series is to have fun with learning Korean, so anyone can learn Korean with a smile!
『Learning Korean With a Smile』은 한류 열풍으로 TV 드라마와 K-pop을 접하는 외국인이 많아짐에 따라 외국인이 직접 저자로 참여하여 한국어를 배우면서 경험한 내용을 토대로 한국어에 대한 이해가 전혀 없는 상황에서도 즐겁고 재미있게 한국말을 배울 수 있도록 구성했다.
The authors provide a comprehensive description of the main design features for achieving a secure Internet architecture. They facilitate the reader throughout, structuring the book so that the technical detail gradually increases, and supporting the text with a glossary, an index, a list of abbreviations, answers to frequently asked questions, and special highlighting for examples and for sections that explain important research, engineering, and deployment features. The book is suitable for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students who are interested in network security.
The 23 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book. The papers are organized in technical sessions on cloud and virtualization, physically unclonable functions, mobile device security, socio-economic aspects of trust, hardware trust, access control, privacy, trust aspects of routing, and cryptophysical protocols.
This book discusses how to realize these operations both with high performance processors and resource constrained processors. It shows how to protect against adversaries who inject packets or eavesdrop. The focus is on functional descriptions rather than theoretical discussions. Protocols are presented as basic building blocks that can be combined with each other and traditional security protocols. The book illustrates these protocols in practice by presenting a real implementation that provides security for an ad hoc sensor network.
This book can serve as a textbook or supplementary reading in graduate level courses on security or networking, or can be used for self study.