select bit

select bit

[si′lekt ‚bit]
(computer science)
The bit (or bits) in an input/output instruction word which selects the function of a specified device. Also known as subdevice bit.
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In this study, the neural network was designed to predict rate of penetration, to select bit type and to estimate bit cost per foot for the Malaysia Basins.
In some scenarios, managers can select bit size on a session-by-session basis: smaller keys (or bit size) for e-mail and larger keys for confidential or more sensitive information.
In capture mode, users can select bit rate and size, utilize a count down recording timer, and view real-time encoding playback.
Our design incorporates conventional silicon transistor switches to 'turn on' operations between qubits in a vast two-dimensional array, using a grid-based 'word' and 'bit' select protocol similar to that used to select bits in a conventional computer memory chip," he added.
Any of us who've ever muttered select bits of bad language under our breath at taxi drivers would have done well to watch the heroic efforts of Mason McQueen in A Cabbie Abroad (Sunday, BBC Two, 9pm).
We all select bits to notice from the Out There, select related bits from the In Here, and combine them to form a Picture in Our Head that constitutes our version of reality.
One commercial area for the BBC now, is the BBC Radio Collection - tapes which are available of select bits of BBC broadcasting from over past years.
When it comes to radical art, the left has a way of celebrating as "rich diversity" what is actually a jumble at best; either that, or select bits of that jumble are stuffed into the bottomless hole of "people's culture," in the manner of Brett.
Along with eliminating the need for entering redundant information, the user now has complete flexibility to select bits of information to re-use and information to be reacquired.