On Differential Factors

Tezcan, Cihangir
Doğanaksoy, Ali
Doğan, Erol
Yücebaş, Furkan
Baykal, Nazife


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Citation Formats
C. Tezcan, A. Doğanaksoy, E. Doğan, F. Yücebaş, and N. Baykal, “On Differential Factors,” presented at the 11. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SECURITY, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://iscturkey.org/assets/files/isc-BildiriKitabi2016.pdf.