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normal form

[′nȯr·məl ′fȯrm]
(computer science)
The form of a floating-point number whose mantissa lies between 0.1 and 1.0.

normal form

(reduction)
In reduction systems, the state of a term which contains no reducible expressions. Variants include head normal form, weak head normal form.

normal form

(database)
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Overton adds that one of the major problems is the amount of munitions coming from Afghanistan into Pakistan and the spread of extremist views that causes the use of IEDs as a normalized form of weaponry.
Team Cymru's real-time cyber threat intelligence compiled in an integrated, normalized form is an excellent complement to Lancope's sophisticated behavioral analysis and flow-based network visibility, resulting in even stronger security postures for Lancope customers.
The non-normalized metric is a length in pixel coordinates, the normalized form is a length in normalized window coordinates.
We will present both the normalized and non-normalized metrics for the point primitive, but in order to simplify the presentation, we will focus on the normalized form of each metric for line segments and triangles.
Likewise, Excel remains a very effective means of conducting data analysis and also, at times, for straightforward data processing and presentation, as when the data is coming already from a relational database in socalled normalized form and can easily be converted into something like a pivot table.
One such inconsistency relates to the statement on the first page of the Preface that accompanied the first letter to be produced: |A grammatically idealized and orthographically normalized form is used for the headword.
Buyers and sellers of the monitored EVC can securely access this information in a normalized form (i.
One major advantage of CATSCAN is that not only does it provide real-time operating data, but it also provides data in the normalized form," said Kimberly Berg, process engineer at Shell.
Operational data in a normalized form is ill-suited for human comprehension, according to Felsing, and he and his colleagues appreciate SAS software and custom programming that lets data be extracted, transformed, enriched and presented.
OSS interfaces -- both those that manage (Southbound) and those that are being managed (Northbound) -- are all mediated into a lightweight normalized form that is easily distributed around the mediation framework.

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