reobtain


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reobtain

(ˌriːəbˈteɪn)
vb (tr)
to obtain again
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V](t, x) of the process; we expect to reobtain G = G > 0 in the particular case in which G is deterministic, according with Eq.
As is described, based on the key K, the sender encrypts messages noted by M to generate the ciphertext C which is transmitted over insecure channel, and the authorized receiver decrypts it using the same key that has helped in the encryption [5], and reobtain the transmitted plaintext M.
For example we can reobtain several classes introduced earlier by (Jahangiri, 1998), (Shaqsi & Dams, 2008), (Ahuja & Jahangiri, 2003).
Note that for s = 1 we reobtain the definition of (almost) cosymplectic structure.