bit location

bit location

[′bit lō′kā·shən]
(computer science)
Storage position on a record capable of storing one bit.
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For 10000 random s-boxes and all possible input pairs, the average probability that a bit location in [V.sub.i] is equal to one when an input differs in only bit i is 50.1993%.
For each of the 20 rounds, the average probabilities that a bit location in [V.sub.i] is equal to one when the input key differs in only bit i are 49.9998%, 49.9891%, 50.0914%, 49.8953%, 49.9978%, 49.9583%, 49.9866%, 50.0108%, 49.9941%, 49.9044%, 49.9095%, 49.9452%, 50.0287%, 50.0473%, 50.0302%, 50.0439%, 50.0852%, 50.017%, 50.0633%, and 49.9419%.
T and T' values are compared and the number of changes at each bit location is stored as [X.sub.i].
Downhole housings contain and protect the radio transmitters that provide bit location and steering data.
This gives rise to 128 bit locations. Each of these bits can be directly accessed using their direct address.
device-specific bit locations presented a more user-friendly way to define input test parameters.