binary chain

binary chain

[′bīn·ə·rē ¦chān]
(computer science)
A series of binary circuit elements so arranged that each can change the state of the one following it.
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Just as Halley's cells and conduits imply a critique of the contemporary world by their evocation of circuitry and carceral infrastructure, Taniguchi's grid could be compared to the continuous digital scroll of a computer matrix, with each canvas being another link in the binary chain.