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binary sequence

[‚bīn·ə·rē ′sē·kwəns]
(mathematics)
A sequence, every element of which is 0 or 1.
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technical parameters analysing binary sequence at the demodulator output,
This finding is interesting and useful, because it is known that between both the tapping bits and the combinational function, the former would contribute less in generating random binary sequence (and following it, the strength of the security of the design).
The binary sequence generated for the initial vector (0,1,0,0,0) and the coefficient (1,0,1,0,0) is 0100001001011001111100011011101010000 .
b max]=12) Table 3 Sequences found using the proposed method Code Example of the obtained binary sequence length 16 +--++--+-+ + 17 +++-+++--+-++-+- 50 -+--+-+++++--++++--+ +++++++-+++-+++-+++-++- 51 ++-+-++--+--+++ +-+ +-+++++ +--++-+ Code SLL, Iterations length [R.
The need for pseudorandom binary sequences arises in many cryptographic applications.
2](257 - 1)]=8 bits, then the period of pGSSG output binary sequence is greater than [256.
A skew-symmetric binary sequence is formed by interleaving an odd length symmetric sequence with an even length asymmetric sequence.
There exists a binary sequence S with regulator of almost periodicity f such that for every natural number n there exists a finite automaton A(n) with n states, input alphabet {0,1} and output alphabet {0, .
If all the sidelobes of the ACF of any binary sequence are bounded by
bar] [summation over (term)] * is the binary sequence [[chi].
n-k] the probability of generating a binary sequence consisting of k zeros and n - k ones.