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least significant bit

[¦lēst sig¦nif·i·kənt ′bit]
(computer science)
The bit that carries the lowest value or weight in binary notation for a numeral; for example, when 13 is represented by binary 1101, the 1 at the right is the least significant bit. Abbreviated LSB.

least significant bit

(data)
(LSB) Bit zero, the bit of a binary number giving the number of ones, the last or rightmost bit when the number is written in the usual way.
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1] to the least-significant bit (LSB) of the first cover pixel [y.
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The common methods used to hide secret message involves the usage of the least-significant bit or LSB, masking, filtering and transformations on the cover image.
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