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unique key

(database)
A key which identifies only one body of information out of several.
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Mulliner, the bespoke coachbuilding division of Bentley Motors, has handcrafted 100 unique key cases to commemorate the handover of each Mulsanne W.O.
Hacarus' proprietary AI engine is built using 'Sparse Modeling', an AI method that understands data like a human would - by its unique key features - and is far more resource, time and energy efficient when compared to 'Deep Learning'.
The unique key feature of this report is that, the evaluation of the global rice syrup market and its relative revenue forecast is carried out in terms of absolute dollar opportunity.
"You can also look online for further number plate security devices like bolts that require a unique key to secure the plate."
Defining the looks, all models will sport a 120th special edition badge, a unique key cover and will be available with optional bi-colour Tuxedo paint.
The latter also supports basic platform functions like secure start-up, hardware cipher engine, hardware random number generator, and hardware unique key (HUK).
Leveraging TickerTags' unique tag mention frequency metric, 10 initial research reports have been produced across the TMT, consumer, automotive, and healthcare global end-markets providing real-time conversational context as a unique key performance indicator, the company said.
ChipDNA provides security by using "physically unclonable function" (PUF) technology to generate a unique key for each device.
"Hosting such international events reflects BTEA's success in attracting international foreign investors as well as showcasing the Kingdom's unique key attributes in hosting international and regional exhibitions and conferences in Bahrain," said the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, H.E Mr.
This means that a unique key stream [k.sub.1],[k.sub.2],...,[k.sub.l] has to be generated for this specific message.
Security includes real-time data encryption, using the industry standard DUKPT (derived unique key per transaction) encryption method, with no cardholder or card data stored.

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