bit string

bit string

[′bit ‚striŋ]
(computer science)
A set of consecutive binary digits representing data in coded form, in which the significance of each bit is determined by its position in the sequence and its relation to the other bits.

bit string

(programming, data)
An ordered sequence of bits. This is very similar to a bit pattern except that the term "string" suggests an arbitrary length sequence as opposed to a pre-determined length "pattern".
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When encrypting two plain texts, this takes advantage of the characteristics of polynomial multiplication, reordering the bit string of one in ascending order, the other in descending order, and then converting both to polynomials, which makes it possible for inner products of encrypted bit strings to be calculated as a batch.
A representation is not necessarily a contiguous bit string, but may consist of separate blocks of memory that could be just anywhere in the address space.
This is accomplished by assigning a bit string to each particular symbol or instruction, much the same way DNA is structured.
Hence, one encrypts and randomizes the bit string by a bitwise exclusive or with a key string, and then embeds it by performing a bitwise exclusive or with the lowermost bit of selected pixel values.
A special "Bit String" form allows users to create and test commands by sending out a bit string to the IDIC.
process (all) for combinatorial logic, simplified conditional and case statements, extended assignments, new and enhanced operators, extended bit string literals, enhanced port maps, context declarations and clauses.
The read of the 3DAS token by the drive produces a bit string that is certified unique by TNO (The Dutch National Labs) to 10 to the 36th power.
Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a special way of ordering bit strings of data and then batch-encrypting the data, so that inner product (the sum of the product of each bit) calculations of bit strings required for statistical calculations or other processing can be performed at a batch level, with the data in its encrypted state.
Flip-Bit Mutation: The mutation of bit strings ensue through bit flips at random positions.
One can store the contents of the record, along with special bit strings that indicate how it should be structured and presented, but the sum of those bits is not itself the record.
One fundamental operation combines two sets of bit strings.