binary sequence


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binary sequence

[‚bīn·ə·rē ′sē·kwəns]
(mathematics)
A sequence, every element of which is 0 or 1.
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Many cryptographic algorithms require random binary sequences to be used as initial seed, nonce, secret key, session keys etc.
--technical parameters analysing binary sequence at the demodulator output,
This finding is interesting and useful, because it is known that between both the tapping bits and the combinational function, the former would contribute less in generating random binary sequence (and following it, the strength of the security of the design).
The experimental binary sequences observed by an oscilloscope are shown in Figure 16(a).
Note that 250 MB data is a vast binary sequence s generated by using input parameters [KEY.sub.1] to [KEY.sub.4].
The DO generates the binary sequence consisting of Os and Is.
As a frame synchronization signals are often used long length binary sequence with good aperiodic autocorrelation function [2].
Define the binary sequence [E.sub.p] = ([e.sub.1], ..., [e.sub.p]) by
After converting the data into binary sequence, the final input vector will be list as Figure 4.
The shrunken p-ary GSSG output sequence is transformed into binary sequence in which every p-ary number is presented with [[log.sub.2](p-1)] binary digits, where [x] is the smallest integer which is greater or equal to x.
(1) state the null hypothesis; assume that the binary sequence is random;