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hashing

[′hash·iŋ]
(computer science)
A method for converting representations of values within fields, usually keys, to a more compact form.
An addressing technique that uses keys to store and retrieve data in a file.
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hashing

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hashing

(1) A simple sum of data. See hash total.

(2) A method that makes indexing into a database more efficient. See hash table.

(3) An algorithm that derives a fixed-length result for digital signatures. See cryptographic hash function.
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Different hashing approaches that used supervised learning includes binary reconstructive embedding (BRE) [28], minimal loss hashing (MLH) [29], supervised discrete hashing (SDH) [30], supervised deep hashing (SDH) [31], deep multi-view hashing (DMVH) [32] and many more.
Unlike the previous two scenarios, few courts have addressed whether law enforcement officers violate the Fourth Amendment when they use hashing tools to sort through private information.
In this paper, we present a Multi-View Semi-supervised Hashing with Perceptual Saliency (MV-SHPS) algorithm.
In our method, firstly, we train two different deep pair-wise hashing networks which take image pairs along with labels to indicate whether the two images are similar as training inputs and produce binary codes as outputs.
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Hashing is mixed sex and the runners, of all different ages and abilities are known as 'Hounds'.
The different parts with the conventional biometric system models (figure 1 and 2) are highlighted in the dashed line rectangles-quantizing and hashing module blocks.
'Hashing is what you want it to be, you can put as much or as little effort in as you want, so long as you have fun we don't mind!'
Bosworth is the founder of the Eugene group, which is by no means the only hashing club.
Digital signatures are created from asymmetric and hashing algorithms and used to authenticate the sender and prove the data hasn't been tampered with in transit.
This section first introduces n-grams, then discusses hashing (the most rapid method of information storage and retrieval), then combines the two.