no parity

no parity

Not using a parity bit to check for errors. For example, an 8-N-1 setting in a communications program, which was widely used before the Web, means each character transmitted contains (8) eight bits, (N) "no" ninth parity bit and (1) one additional stop bit to mark the end. See non-parity memory.
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The court said that CNG prices will not be revised on a weekly basis and said there will be no parity of CNG prices with those of petrol.
He says that there can be no parity with the Dartford Crossing and that council taxes would massively increase if there were parity.
In this study, we group "weak" parity states with the "no parity" states.
For each outcome of interest, we first calculate DDD statistics for parity versus nonparity, and then calculate DDD statistics for strong parity/medium parity versus no parity, respectively.
When we distinguish between strong and medium parity, and contrast each of the two groups to no-parity, we saw a few more significant results, all with the strong versus no parity comparison.
JBOD mirroring is particularly well suited for highly random write-heavy workloads because, since there is no parity generation required, response time is kept low.
* While RAID 0 delivers high performance, it cannot sustain even a single drive failure because there is no parity information or data redundancy.