word length

word length

[′wȯrd ‚leŋkth]
(computer science)
The number of bits, digits, characters, or bytes in one word.
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They also develop another combinatorial method, which does not rely on computational estimates, and provides (non-optimal) Lp > Lq hypercontractive inequalities for a larger class of groups/lengths, including any finitely generated groups equipped with a conditionally negative word length, like infinite Coxeter groups.
The clues are not cryptic or deliberately obscure, as finding the word pair can be hard enough; also, the word length is given as a little help.
Damkjaer's discussions of Dickens and Gaskell effectively engage with the impact of periodical time--that is, the restrictions and freedoms created through serialization, such as word length and product placement--in a way that reveals their awareness of time and its politics in their narratives.
For instance, suppose that we have a 2x2 factorial design: word length (short and long words), and word frequency (low and high frequency words).
w represents word length and n represents number of stages, where 2n = w .
If you're on the bus, why not ask them to use their "magic" finger to spell out some things they see, starting with short, threeletter words like car and dog, and building word length as their skills improve.
Details about the manuscript should also be included in the cover letter: for example, title, word length, a description of the computer application programs, and file names used on enclosed DVD/CDs, e-mail attachments, or other electronic media.
Keywords: word length, free product, spherical growth series.
Let S be a finite symmetric generating set for G, and let [absolute value of *] denote the word length in S.
Invitation to tender: reconstruction of part of the state road dc8 to share 004 through the streets waterfront word length of 445 m
English-word stimuli were categorized according to word length into three-, four-, five-, six-, seven-, and eight-letter word-length categories.
The research used common measurements including the Flesch-Kincaid readability test, which considers sentence and word length as key factors.