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Raising the bar for password crackers: improving the quality of honeywords with deep neural networks (2022-12-01)Honeywords are fictitious passwords inserted into databases in order to identify password breaches. Producing honeywords that are difficult to distinguish from actual passwords automatically is a time-consuming and ...
A comparative study of braille as a tactile orthography with the auditory orthography oval to teach reading to preliterate, English as an additional language, adult learners who have visual disabilities (2022-12-01)The purpose of this study was to investigate the affordances of the tactile orthography of braille in comparison with the newly developed auditory orthography of OVAL for teaching reading to preliterate, English as an ...
Negative emotion and eyewitness memory (2022-12-01)Witnessing or being the victim of a crime is often emotionally distressing, and this emotional distress reaction can influence the storage and retrieval of event-related memory. Eyewitness memory, therefore, cannot be ...
Development of a novel consensus-building methodology to design valid simulation-based medical education-supporting technologies (2022-12-01)Industry 4.0 has introduced new combinations of technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the way in which medical education, more specifically healthcare simulation, is delivered. However, the integration of ...
Barriers to patient enrolment in oncology clinical trials at a Canadian regional cancer centre: a mixed methods study (2022-12-01)Background: Randomized controlled trials are required to assess the safety and efficacy of new cancer medications in humans for marketing approval. Thereby, efforts to inform strategies to improve low enrolment rates are ...