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miniFlame's ability to be used as a plug-in by either Flame or Gauss clearly connects the collaboration between the development teams of both Flame and Gauss.
As with the enigmatic Duqu programme which experts struggled to interpret, Gauss is an odd one.
Vitaly Kamluk, chief malware expert of Kaspersky Lab said that it appears likely that Gauss is related to previous attacks that have targeted the region, including Flame and Stuxnet, and that the malware was most likely written by a nation-state supported group.
But Gauss is unique in its encrypted payload, which Tanase said the Lab hasn't been able to crack yet.
In [16], Kim and Yoon gave the complete classification of ruled surfaces in a 3-dimensional Minkowski space with pointwise 1-type Gauss map; in [18] they characterized ruled surfaces of an m-dimensional Minkowski space [E.
The implementation of the Gauss Elimination algorithm on several parallel machines using shared memory design and message passing programming model is reported in [2].
Humboldt had become famous, whereas Gauss was an unknown, embittered, and sickly old man whose eccentricities irritated everyone, but who in the end received a long overdue moment of glory at the congress in Berlin.
While still a teenager, Gauss propounded the theory of least squares, demonstrated a solution to the age-old problem of dividing a circle into 17 parts, and made important mathematical discoveries which he was too shy to publish, and entrusted only to his diary.
These typical]y generate a magnetic field strength ranging up to 2000 gauss (0.
The magnets possess a powerful force of 5,000 gauss and repulsively interact with the two diametrically opposed fixed electromagnetic stators.
With the use of a new generation of Neoflux magnets, the magnetic value goes up to 10,000 gauss (12,000 gauss if required), and it is even possible to remove stainless-steel particles.
In its sights this time is Gauss Interprise AG, a German web content management software provider.