microbit

microbit

[′mī·krə‚bit]
(computer science)
A unit of information equal to one-millionth of a bit.
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Schechner (2003) presented the following magnitudes of performance, which describe the transformational steps, stages, or elements that performances advance through: brain event (prebehavior), microbit (smallest trace of behavior), bit (smallest unit of restored behavior), sign (composition of bits), scene (sequence), drama (complex system of scenes), and macrodrama (large-scale social actions viewed performatively, or social drama) (pp.
Microbit Studies of the Effect of Fluid Properties and Hydraulics on Drilling Rate, paper SPE 2244, SPE Annual Conference, 1968.
125" minimum bore, compliments the MICROBIT tooling line and is capable of meeting all small diameter tooling requirements including ID or "face grooving, boring/turning, and threading.
Recognized worldwide for his Microbit drilling studies at OGS, Simpson continues in his quest today for improved muds that are environmentally friendly and provide top performance.
Since launch in the UK there have been 13 million visits to the microbit.
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They were introduced to coding through practical sessions using Scratch, Be-Bots, Pro-Bots and BBC: Microbits and were exposed to creative thinking and the future of coding.
The girls had the opportunity to code the new BBC Microbits, which will be distributed to Year Seven students across the country in summer term.
Instead of everyone having his or her own opinion about a topic or competitor, based on different microbits of information, the company is creating a common knowledge base.
And worth $3 million in sales to Microbits Peripheral Products Inc.