bit position

bit position

[′bit pa′zish·ən]
(computer science)
The position of a binary digit in a word, generally numbered from the least significant bit.
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The bit position is decided by the quantum position with certain functions, where [|[alpha]|.
Thus, the sum for each bit position in an elementary adder is generated serially only after the previous bit position has been summed and a carry being propagated into the next position.
x] for i = 0: Transitions for the rightmost bit are simplified, since there is no bit position with j < i and hence we do not need to use [?
yes](n, r), since, for each segment [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], we have a bit position j [member of] {1, .
If the pattern is not found, the window slides one bit position.
3-Analysis of Hamming Weight According to Bit Position (Strong S-box).
Thus F bit-slice files one for each bit position of the set signatures are used.
The register is completed with a new bit position on the left, this being calculated as the value of a function of other bits from the register (Fig.
FrameScan automatically advances the trigger location to the next bit position after the acquisition process has been completed.
Bit-strings are used within our implementation of Rete to flag the validity of facts or rules for particular agents--a setting of 1 in a particular bit position shows the validity of this item for the agent which owns this bit position.
In early 1981, the extended superframe format, then called the extended framing format, was publicly declared the Bell System's new standard framing format for all new designs of DS1-level equipment that frame on the 193rd bit position in the frame of the 1.
It also automatically generates software macros that depict hardware register addresses, size and bit position, eliminating errors that can occur in a manual approach.