loss of information

loss of information

[′lȯs əv ‚in·fər‚mā·shən]
(electronics)
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Connexion II Mobile App developers goal is to eliminate the loss of information normally associated with dating apps, using an advanced encrypting technology to protect their subscribers information.
In combination with the new denoising algorithm in timsTOF Pro acquisition software, which reduces the data file size by a factor 5x to 10x without any noticeable loss of information, the scalable performance of PEAKS Online facilitates state-of-the-art high-throughput proteomics experiments.
The centre fears that the destruction of FCO files adds to the loss of information, which dates back to the burning of the Jaffna Library by the Sri Lankan army in 1981, which housed palm-leaf manuscripts and ancient documents, and the destruction of the Jaffna Museum in 1989.
The app is incorporated with the state-of-the-art security features, which prevents misuse and loss of information. The registration of parents to this platform can be done only after proper validation of mobile number and email address of parents.
The company also expressed concerns that its "property and business interruption insurance may not be adequate to compensate us for all losses or failures that may occur" in the event that "such access, disclosure or other loss of information could subject us to litigation, regulatory fines, penalties or reputational damage, any of which could have a material effect on our cash flows, competitive position, financial condition or results of operations."
The essence of the technology is to drive high fidelity audio through physical cables, thus negating the loss of information bringing audio quality down over Bluetooth or standard analogue cables.
Hackers promise to send instructions and a password to decrypt the files in return for a fee, but in most cases the loss of information is irreversible, Grancharov said.
Compared with 2010, the share of internet users who caught a virus or other computer infection resulting in loss of information or time dropped in all member states by 2015, except Croatia.
But he argued against shutting down extremist websites for several reasons - including a loss of information that law enforcement, intelligence and academic communities glean from them, a concern that others have echoed.
Mahajan organizes his book in three parts, corresponding to different ways of dealing with what he terms "complexity." Part one covers different ways of organizing complexity; part two discusses how to discard complexity without losing information; and part three talks about ways to discard complexity with loss of information. In all three parts, the subject is developed by solution of quantitative problems.
Add in "complete loss of information, excluding flickering, from more than 50 percent" of an aircraft's glass panel.
Approximately 80% of cyberattacks are focused on theft or loss of information. It is rarely a "worm" designed to take down a system.