binary word

binary word

[′bīn·ə·rē ¦wərd]
(computer science)
A group of bits which occupies one storage address and is treated by the computer as a unit.
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As already mentioned in Introduction, an infinite binary word u is a complementary-symmetric Rote word if its factor complexity satisfies [C.
A narrow connection between infinite binary words rich in classical palindromes and infinite binary words rich simultaneously in palindromes and pseudopalindromes (the so-called H-rich words) is demonstrated.
If f is a binary word and d a positive integer, then the generalized Fibonacci cube [Q.
If f is an arbitrary binary word and d is a positive integer, then the generalized Fibonacci cube [Q.
The assembly measures the absolute phase difference between IF inputs and produces a representative eight-bit binary word at its output.
Given a binary word [omega] of length N the number of zeroes in [omega] between the (j - 1)-st and the j-th one in [omega], where the ones are counted from left to right, is denoted by [[absolute value of [omega]].
A quadruple ([alpha], [beta]; [gamma], [delta]) is said to be the boundary of a rhomboid-shaped Knutson-Tao-puzzle P if [alpha] equals the binary word that is obtained by reading the labels along the leftmost NE-SW diagonal of P from left to right, [beta] equals the word that is obtained by reading the labels along the rightmost NW-SE diagonal of P from left to right, [gamma] equals the word that is obtained by reading the labels along the rightmost NE-SW diagonal of P from left to right and [delta] the binary word that is obtained by reading the labels along the leftmost NW-SE diagonal of P from left to right.
Any infinite cubefree binary word must contain squares; however, Dekking [9] proved that there exists an infinite cubefree binary word containing no squares xx where the length of x is greater than 3 (see also [14, 15]).
Recall that the descents of an ordinary composition are the positions of the ones in the associated binary word.
l], we replace the sequence [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] with a new sequence [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] of infinite binary words, close to the [t.
nn], then, count zigzag-free binary words with are equal number of zeros and ones.

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