binary decision

binary decision

[′bīn·ə·rē di′sizh·ən]
(computer science)
A decision between only two alternatives.
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A binary decision between right and wrong should be the benchmark not a variety of socio economic grey areas.
When you are evaluating outsourcing coding in part or whole, you need to remember it isn't a binary decision. There are companies with only domestic capabilities.
Many algorithms are flowcharts with a binary decision tree: if BMI is greater than 25, do this; if not, do that.
Among the topics are harnessing the fuzziness of the pragmatic rule-design without IF-THEN rules, designing a robust spatial filter for motor imagery electroencephalography signal classification in brain-computer interface systems, an improved method for mobile robot navigation based on the spinal neural system, the reliable analysis of wireless sensor networks based on the fusion of binary decision diagrams and fault trees, and building geographical information application systems for water and soil preservation.
In the hard decision fusion (HDF) as in [8, 34-36], SUs send a hard binary decision of the PU channel to the FC.
The Spanish government stood firm and the separatists faced a binary decision: capitulation or declaration.
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It systematically generates elementary basic cell using binary decision diagram, and wisely chooses circuit components based on a specific target.
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Name and address supplied MPs must have say in Brexit process BREXIT is not a simple binary decision as since the referendum it has become evident there are many complex decisions to be taken.
Whether you are an originator, a servicer or both, your process contains a number of repeatable tasks with relatively binary decision points.