generated address

generated address

[¦jen·ə‚rād·əd ə′dres]
(computer science)
An address calculated or determined by instructions contained in a computer program for subsequent use by that program. Also known as calculated address; synthetic address.
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Khorsandi, "A distributed cryptographically generated address computing algorithm for secure neighbor discovery protocol in IPv6," International Journal of Computer and Information Engineering, vol.
Parvez, "IPv6 cryptographically generated address: analysis and optimization," in Proceedings of the AICTC '16 Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Information Communication Technology & Computing, vol.
The proposed method of generating a Vcard is based on the concept of the CGA (Cryptographically Generated Address) [17], which is originally used to derive an IPv6 address from the public key of a node for the purpose of binding the IPv6 address to its public key.
Given the reduction of information from 8 bytes to 1 byte, collisions of this generated address could occur if there was no other mechanism involved.
Data compression results in replacing the upper [2.sup.k]-1 bits of a generated address with k bits of an actual memory address.
In most cases it allows the participant to receive convenient, electronically generated address correction information, though hard copy notifications will still be sent from some areas.
The information generated addresses erosion prediction, nutrient management and conservation planning as well as prevention of soil erosion and climate damage.
A journalism student at Ohio University was busted because she used British spellings and these odd-sounding phrases in a final project: "indispensable guarantors" and "considering advertising's social impact." In less than 10 seconds a meta-search engine generated addresses for five sites containing the source document