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binary format

(1) Numbers stored in pure binary form in contrast with BCD form. See binary numbers.

(2) Information stored in a binary coded form, such as data, text, images, voice and video. See binary file, binary field and LOB.

(3) A file transfer mode that transmits any type of file without loss of data.
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The image is transformed to the binary format, pixel by pixel, in matrix form.
The Slim Binary format allows for the compression of recurrences of similar patterns, by adding additional entries to the SDE during the encoding process that express patterns of nodes that have already been seen.
2]C information: location of start and stop conditions, timing which usually is relative to the trigger point, address and data information in hex and binary format, read/write information, and acknowledgement information.
Originally a by-product of the first author's doctoral dissertation work[7], the slim binary format meanwhile has become a core technology of ETH's popular MacOberon software distribution.
Digital content is visual material stored in a binary format represented by one of the following data classifications:
Extended PDF Export for further support and compliance with archiving standards, the FineReader Engine now provides export to PDF/A-2, a format which enables saving to smaller file size that leads to reduced storage space for long term archiving, and PDF/A-3, which enables inclusion of binary format such as XML or MicrosoftA Word.
With this release, designers can acquire measured data in binary format directly from oscilloscopes, allowing them to save considerable time by performing complex analysis more efficiently on their own desktop computers.
Digital content is audible or visual material stored in a binary format represented by one of the following data classifications:
The on-schedule delivery of Milestone 2 makes available to the Celtix community a complete and tested binary format of the core Celtix architecture.
Milestone 1 makes available to the Celtix community the first end-to-end running subset of Celtix functionality in a tested binary format.
Single test data used to generate XY plots is transmitted in binary format for faster downloads and efficient data storage.
The example converts a sample application into binary format, transfers the data via the Flash Configuration Interface GUI, and allows the user to execute the program from the STMicroelectronics Flash.