information redundancy

information redundancy

[‚in·fər′mā·shən rə′dən·dən·sē]
(computer science)
The use of more information than is absolutely necessary, such as the application of error-detection and error-correction codes, in order to increase the reliability of a computer system.
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There may be some possibility of placement of extra sensors which will result in spatial redundancy, temporal redundancy or information redundancy (Daniel-Ioan et al.
There are different categories of Redundancy such as Spatial Redundancy, Temporal Redundancy and Information Redundancy.
This renders comprehensive data center physical security and information redundancy at multiple locations an absolute must.
The principle concept behind the proposed scheme is the introduction of information redundancy mechanism through a linear network coding approach [19][20] over TCP segments.
For information redundancy, the tags can be laser-etched so information is easily readable with the naked eye.
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In addition, once this asset management system is integrated into our ERP system, it will enable better decision making, reduce information redundancy, and reduce re-keying of information.
The system will support the performance evaluation of state and community-based functions, and will also serve to reduce the information redundancy between the computer systems of separate departments.
MCDBA allows the use of directories as a source of database information, minimizing information redundancy and the update effort required within a large corporation.

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