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Harrison Caudill

Harrison Caudill
Orbital Security Alliance · Executive Team

Bachelor of Science

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For some time, the question of “What should we be doing to protect our space assets?” has been posed and discussed. While there is not yet a widely-accepted answer, some partial answers are known such as the use of multifactor authentication for critical systems, encrypted communications links with proper key management, and throwing salt over your...
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The United States relies heavily upon space-based infrastructure for everything from executing military operations, to hailing a taxi, to determining whether or not to bring an umbrella to the theater. Sudden loss of our orbital assets would be catastrophic to the strength of our economy[1], our ability to project power[2, p20-21], and the function...
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G → A hypermutation is an innate antiviral defense mechanism, mediated by host enzymes, which leads to the mutational impairment of viruses. Sensitive and specific identification of host-mediated G → A hypermutation is a novel sequence analysis challenge, particularly for viral deep sequencing studies. For example, two of the most common hepatitis...
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In most general purpose file systems, data blocks are scattered throughout the disk so as not to require arbitrary chunks of contiguous disk space. To be able to find the nth data block in a file, both an index and indexing function must exist. The classical Unix File System (UFS) paradigm calls for a tree of block pointers, where the leaf nodes ar...

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