redundancy check


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redundancy check

[ri′dən·dən·sē ‚chek]
(computer science)
A forbidden-combination check that uses redundant digits called check digits to detect errors made by a computer.

redundancy check

In communications, a method for detecting transmission errors by appending a calculated number onto the end of each segment of data. See CRC.
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The clustering process of SA-EADC is divided into four phases: information collection phase with duration of [T.sub.1], cluster head competition phase with the duration of [T.sub.2], sensor redundancy check and activation phase with duration of [T.sub.3], and cluster formation phase with duration of [T.sub.4].
Fortunately, his airline's redundancy check did, preventing Ray Moyer, 69, from slipping the firearm out of the country.
One could employ a cyclical redundancy check (CRC) method in which the challenger (the portable device) sends a command to read the ID from the responder (the battery).
SCSI's robust, mature command set employs sophisticated features such as Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) to ensure data integrity in the most rigorous online applications.
Closing the PDU is a 32-bit cyclic redundancy check (CRC) performed over the entire contents of the PDU.
Each packet includes an end-to-end cyclic redundancy check (CRC).
Packets are covered using a CCITT16 cyclic redundancy check (CRC), and control symbols are covered through transmission of the control symbol and its complement.
It not only provides for frame synchronization but adds a cyclic redundancy check, which allows for error and end-to-end performance monitoring.