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Sensors ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (2) ◽  
pp. 421
Pedro Juan Roig ◽  
Salvador Alcaraz ◽  
Katja Gilly ◽  
Cristina Bernad ◽  
Carlos Juiz

Multi-access edge computing implementations are ever increasing in both the number of deployments and the areas of application. In this context, the easiness in the operations of packet forwarding between two end devices being part of a particular edge computing infrastructure may allow for a more efficient performance. In this paper, an arithmetic framework based in a layered approach has been proposed in order to optimize the packet forwarding actions, such as routing and switching, in generic edge computing environments by taking advantage of the properties of integer division and modular arithmetic, thus simplifying the search of the proper next hop to reach the desired destination into simple arithmetic operations, as opposed to having to look into the routing or switching tables. In this sense, the different type of communications within a generic edge computing environment are first studied, and afterwards, three diverse case scenarios have been described according to the arithmetic framework proposed, where all of them have been further verified by using arithmetic means with the help of applying theorems, as well as algebraic means, with the help of searching for behavioral equivalences.

2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 (4) ◽  
pp. 339-349
Thijs Veugen ◽  
Mark Abspoel

Abstract We consider secure integer division within a secret-sharing based secure multi-party computation framework, where the dividend is secret-shared, but the divisor is privately known to a single party. We mention various applications where this situation arises. We give a solution within the passive security model, and extend this to the active model, achieving a complexity linear in the input bit length. We benchmark both solutions using the well-known MP-SPDZ framework in a cloud environment. Our integer division protocol with a private divisor clearly outperforms the secret divisor solution, both in runtime and communication complexity.

Heliyon ◽  
2021 ◽  
pp. e07442
Daniel Lemire ◽  
Colin Bartlett ◽  
Owen Kaser

Himanshu Thapliyal ◽  
Edgard Munoz-Coreas ◽  
T.S.S. Varun ◽  
Travis Humble

2019 ◽  
Vol 14 (1) ◽  
pp. 91-100 ◽  
Elis Muslimah Nuraida ◽  
Ratu Ilma Indra Putri

This study aims to explore the students’ mathematical understanding in integer division operation through the context of archipelago traditional cakes in class VII. This research is related to the Indonesian Realistic Mathematics Approach (PMRI) as a learning approach used. The methodology used in this study is Design Research consisting of three stages: preliminary design, experimental design, and retrospective analysis. The study was conducted on VII grade students of Palembang 1 Junior High School. The learning path (Hypothetical Learning Trajectory) in design research plays an important role as a research design and instrument. The Hypothetical Learning Trajectory (HLT) was developed together with a series of activities using the context of archipelago traditional cakes such as: omelette roll, bakpia, milk pie, etc. The medium used in this study was the Students’ Activity Sheet. The results of this study indicate that exploration using the context of traditional archipelago cakes can help students understanding in multiplication and division of integers. The conclusion of this study is the use of archipelago traditional cakes as starting point in mathematics learning in integer division operation material helps the students to explore their understanding in solving mathematics problems.

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