conventional algorithm

conventional algorithm

[kən′ven·chən·əl ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(communications)
A cryptographic algorithm in which the enciphering and deciphering keys are easily derivable from each other, or are identical, and both must be kept secret.
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The conventional algorithm might then describe the typical voter as a registered Democrat who voted in the last Republican primary.
For each category, the new algorithm found a representative example, while the conventional algorithm produced a list of commonly occurring ingredients.
This works for the regular thrum of tyre on tarmac, but when a car hits a bump on the road, the conventional algorithm breaks down, and the noise gets through to rattle the driver's ears.
Hence, the theorem assumes that the processing of the supernode is performed using so-called conventional algorithms.
Quantum cryptography, at present, is limited to point-to-point fibre-optic or line-of-sight laser communications, but general network security requires more conventional algorithms," notes Ramachandran.
Conventional algorithms base on state estimation are developed with simple model of PMSM ([L.
Whereas conventional algorithms specify sending data across network nodes in a best-effort fashion, TrueDelivery provides networking intelligence for sharing of resources on network nodes and for setting resource objectives such as deadlines for delivery of data, storage space, and minimizing the cost of delivering data.

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