avalanche effect


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avalanche effect

[′av·ə‚lanch i‚fekt]
(electronics)
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Blowfish is a symmetric algorithm considered to be best in terms of security, avalanche effect, throughput, memory usage, execution time, and power consumption giving it distinct advantage over other symmetric algorithms [21].
(3) Ensuring high confusion and avalanche effect in key generation.
Consequently, the secondary electron-hole pair can create even more carriers, leading to a snowball avalanche effect. The avalanche breakdown process typically shows a positive temperature coefficient.
"It was an avalanche effect. Once you start going, you can't stop it and that was what happened.
A clearer picture of the trends is visible in Figure 5 which shows that an increase in the size of plaintext does not contribute much to the avalanche effect. The reason for this is that there is only one bit change in the whole plaintext input, and this one bit change does not depend on the size of the plaintext.
If there are enough funds that take a similar action when market breaches some support levels the avalanche effect could easily ensue.
The avalanche effect refers to a desirable property of cryptographic algorithms.
A small change in the plaintext or key that give a large changes in the cipher text is known as avalanche effect. A block cipher is said to have a poor randomization if it does not exhibit the avalanche effect to a significant degree [14].
Space analysts are particularly concerned about the possible onset of Kessler syndrome, when enough debris is present to make collisions so likely there would be an avalanche effect that would leave the Earth's orbit uninhabitable for satellites.
I believe a win could have an avalanche effect in continuing to attract solar companies to expand and/or locate their businesses in the state of Tennessee.
The IBM device explores the "avalanche effect" in Germanium, a material currently used in production of microprocessor chips.