key compression

key compression

[′kē kəm‚presh·ən]
(computer science)
A technique used to reduce the number of bits contained in a key.
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Intended for undergraduate computer and electrical engineering students with intermediate level mathematics and computer systems experience, this volume uses the MATLAB numerical computing and modeling program to demonstrate the underlying processes of key compression functions without overwhelming the student with complex algorithms.
Dr Chin Chye Koh, director of product management for Nevion's Ventura family of products, said that the efficient aggregation of video signals across IP networks for content distribution of any kind--unidirectional, bidirectional, unicast or multicast--as well as key compression and multiplexing technologies have farreaching implications for IP transport.
And finally, the newly developed 4 to 10 Station XSpress from OYSTAR Manesty conforms to the cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) and allows customers to analyze key compression data.
Ventura products integrate key compression technologies, multiplexing, network mapping, protection at all network layers and monitoring to ensure SLA compliance.