True Positives - False Positives - False Negatives

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JPEG | ... instance, it was both possible and encouraged to store a common format like | along with editable binary format, but in practice few developers followed ... |

A* search algorithm | ... red, including greedy algorithms, randomized search, genetic algorithms and | |

Grover's algorithm | There are also search methods designed for quantum computers, like | , that are theoretically faster than linear or brute-force search even wit ... |

naturalized | ... its native Europe, and in North America and Australia, where it has become | |

Karmarkar Linear Programming Algorithm | ... an important component in terahertz time-domain spectroscopy. In 1984, the | was developed by mathematician Narendra Karmarkar. Also in 1984, a divesti ... |

Cooperative breeding | ... ays are cooperatively breeding corvids where the helpers are mostly female. | takes place when additional adults help raise the nestlings. Such helpers ... |

Top-down parsing | ... er the known fundamental structures are compatible with the hypothesis. See | and Bottom-up parsing |

Euclidean algorithm | ... en, pp. 29–31 algorithm for calculating the Jacobi symbol, analogous to the | for finding the GCD of two numbers. (This should not be surprising in ligh ... |

Boyer–Moore | ... ithms, that search for patterns within strings. Two famous examples are the | and Knuth–Morris–Pratt algorithms, and several algorithms based on the suf ... |

Ridders' method | ... he secant method, but requires the two starting points to bracket the root. | is a variant on the false-position method that also evaluates the function ... |

Durand–Kerner | The simple | and the slightly more complicated Aberth method simultaneously finds all t ... |

PageRank | ... gle's search-results pages is based, in part, on a priority rank called a " | ". Google Search provides many options for customized search, using Boolea ... |

exponential | ... s, many skewed distributions are best described by their mean – such as the | and Poisson distributions |

Poisson process | ... is poorly mimicked. As a result, queueing models are frequently modeled as | es through the use of the exponential distribution |

schedulability | ... jitter in the interrupt latency, which can drastically affect the real-time | of the system. The Intel APIC Architecture is well known for producing a h ... |

DNA repair | ... of transcription and protein biosynthesis. This information is protected by | mechanisms and propagated through DNA replication. Many viruses have an RN ... |

ROAM | The Real-time Optimally Adapting Meshes ( | ) algorithm computes a dynamically changing triangulation of a terrain. It ... |

Bottom-up parsing | ... tal structures are compatible with the hypothesis. See Top-down parsing and | |

Vorbis | ... ectronics, and AT&T. In addition, there is also the open source file format | that has been available free of charge and without any known patent restri ... |

Vorbis | Newer audio compression formats such as AAC, WMA Pro and | are generally void of a number of these limitations |

LL parser | ... the order in which the pieces of code will be executed. See for an example | s and LR parsers |

Barrett reduction | - 2^9 - 2^8 - 2^7 - 2^6 - 2^4 - 1. Compared to | there can be an order of magnitude speedup. The speedup here is a practica ... |

Poissonian | ... h occurs in the form of quantized units called photons. Their statistics is | and the damping of statistic values of time between jumps is exponential ( ... |

LR parser | ... hich the pieces of code will be executed. See for an example LL parsers and | s |

Baddeley's model of working memory | ... n is part of many theories of short-term memory, the most notable one being | . The decay assumption is usually paired with the idea of rapid covert reh ... |

Aberth method | The simple Durand–Kerner and the slightly more complicated | simultaneously finds all the roots using only simple complex number arithm ... |

Grover's algorithm | ... lassical computers. If a suitably sized quantum computer capable of running | reliably becomes available, it would reduce a 128-bit key down to 64-bit s ... |

binary exponentiation | ... n, can be computed quickly using techniques of fast exponentiation such as | , which takes only O(log n) field operations. No fast way of computing the ... |

Banker's algorithm | One known algorithm that is used for deadlock avoidance is the | , which requires resource usage limit to be known in advance. However, for ... |

Computus | ... cess that took centuries and generated a number of controversies. (See also | and Reform of the date of Easter.) In particular, the Council did not decr ... |

Brent's method | is a combination of the bisection method, the secant method and inverse qu ... | |

Aho–Corasick string matching algorithm | ... implementation. fgrep searches for any of a list of fixed strings using the | . These variants of grep persist in most modern grep implementations as co ... |

JPEG | ... f the Kronecker product. It appears in lossy compression algorithms such as | |

Move to front | # | (MTF): again, this transform does not alter the size of the processed bloc ... |

fermentation | ... sually brandy, to it. Stronger drinks, such as liquors, are distilled after | to increase their alcohol content. These form a very broad category of bev ... |

precipitation | ... ty of techniques including distillation especially fractional distillation, | , crystallization, adsorption, filtration, sublimation, and drying |

AAC | Newer audio compression formats such as | , WMA Pro and Vorbis are generally void of a number of these limitations |

UPC | ... pallet using RFID tags, and at package level with Universal Product Code ( | ) or EAN from unique barcodes |

Natural selection | # | is by far the main mechanism of change; even slight advantages are importa ... |

DEFLATE | ... s without having to continuously supply new tables, as would be required in | . Run-length encoding in the previous step is designed to take care of cod ... |

AGM method | This can be used for algorithmic purposes as in the | |

decompression algorithms | ... -gassing). A consequence of the higher loading in some tissues is that many | require deeper decompression stops than a similar decompression dive using ... |

LZMA | ... Deflate (.zip and .gz) compression algorithms, but is considerably slower. | is generally more space-efficient than bzip2 at the expense of slower comp ... |

LL parser | ... ley parser is an example of such an algorithm, while the widely used LR and | s are simpler algorithms that deal only with more restrictive subsets of c ... |

Entropy encoding | #redirect | |

Huffman coding | ... similar frequencies together, inserting length coding zeros, and then using | on what is left |

quantized | # The amplitudes of the frequency components are | . Human vision is much more sensitive to small variations in color or brig ... |

Poisson process | Models based on the | often respond to inputs from the environment in a manner that mimics the r ... |

UPC | ... time" auction format to include "Buy It Now" standard shopping; shopping by | , ISBN, or other kind of SKU (via Half.com); online classified advertiseme ... |

adiabatically | ... ce at times. As it descends, the air not only becomes drier, but also warms | by compression. The southern California coastal region gets some of its ho ... |

Caesarean section | In July 1999, Lori Dalton gave birth by | in Ogden, Utah, USA, to a healthy baby girl who had developed outside of t ... |

DNA repair | ... arly all of the so-called "accelerated aging diseases" are due to defective | enzymes |

Poisson process | ... exponential probability distribution often meets these two requirements. A | models random events (such as a customer arrival, a request for action fro ... |

Hymenotomy | ... hout medical necessity, with significant damage to the person giving birth. | is the surgical perforation of an imperforate hymen. It may be performed t ... |

AAC | Many other lossy and lossless audio codecs exist. Among these, mp3PRO, | , and MP2 are all members of the same technological family as MP3 and depe ... |

LR parser | ... ser generators like yacc use LALR(1) parse tables to construct a restricted | with a fixed one-token lookahead |

Poisson distribution | ... he values of a finite number of parameters. For example, one talks about "a | with mean value λ". The function defining the distribution (the probabilit ... |

Prim's algorithm | ... stra's algorithm, Kruskal's algorithm, the nearest neighbour algorithm, and | |

Web crawler | ... pages automatically, without prior knowledge of what it might find, is the | or search-engine spider. These software agents are dependent on the semant ... |

Delta encoding | # | (Δ): Huffman code bit-lengths are required to reconstruct each of the used ... |

International Standard Book Number | The | s work with a check digit, which exploits the fact that 11 is a prime |

A* search algorithm | The | finds the shortest path between two vertices or nodes of a weighted graph, ... |

indexes | The exact percentage of the total of web pages that Google | are not known, as it is very difficult to accurately calculate. Google not ... |

prime factorization | ... be identical except for the order of the factors. So, albeit there are many | algorithms to do this in practice for larger numbers, they all have to yie ... |

Caesarean section | ... g development, and thus may cause an increased risk for asthma and allergy. | s have been associated with asthma, possibly because of modifications to t ... |

Burrows–Wheeler transform | bzip2 compresses data in blocks of size between 100 and 900 kB and uses the | to convert frequently-recurring character sequences into strings of identi ... |

Las Vegas algorithm | ... arlo algorithms with polynomial bounded running time. This is compared to a | which is a randomized algorithm which either outputs the correct answer, o ... |

Edmonds–Karp algorithm | ... was published in 1954. The name "Ford–Fulkerson" is often also used for the | , which is a specialization of Ford–Fulkerson |

Edmonds–Karp algorithm | ... teed termination and a runtime independent of the maximum flow value is the | , which runs in O(VE^2) time |

DNA repair | ... tabolism, as well as manipulating DNA in processes such as DNA replication, | , and transcription. Some enzymes act on other proteins to add or remove c ... |

International Standard Book Number | The CD case for the album was rather unique as there was an | on the back cover |

Knuth–Morris–Pratt algorithm | ... ch for patterns within strings. Two famous examples are the Boyer–Moore and | s, and several algorithms based on the suffix tree data structure |

Deflate | bzip2 compresses most files more effectively than the older LZW (.Z) and | (.zip and .gz) compression algorithms, but is considerably slower. LZMA is ... |

Grover's algorithm | ... two best known quantum computing attacks are based on Shor's algorithm and | . Of the two, Shor's offers the greater risk to current security systems |

Euclidean algorithm | ... subring of the ring of all quaternions for which there is an analog of the | |

UPC | RFID tags are often a complement, but not a substitute, for | or EAN barcodes. They may not ever completely replace barcodes, due in par ... |

SMA* | ... t is given highest priority. If memory limitations make A* impractical, the | algorithm can be used instead, with a double-ended priority queue to allow ... |

Poisson process | ... modeled and the form of their solution. Even a queueing model based on the | that does a relatively poor job of mimicking detailed system performance c ... |

Shor's algorithm | The two best known quantum computing attacks are based on | and Grover's algorithm. Of the two, Shor's offers the greater risk to curr ... |

Monte Carlo algorithm | A | is a randomized algorithm which is likely to be correct. Problems in the c ... |

Quicksort | The | sorting algorithm, relating a list to its sorted version |

Pidgeon process | ... a different method of obtaining the metal from its ores, the silicothermic | (the reduction of the oxide at high temperatures with silicon) |

Huffman coding | ... o strings of identical letters. It then applies move-to-front transform and | . bzip2's ancestor bzip used arithmetic coding instead of Huffman. The cha ... |

PageRank | ... o a measure of importance for a given web page, Brin and Page developed the | algorithm, and realized that it could be used to build a search engine far ... |

JPEG | Expanding the 8x8 | blocks into the third dimension that is into 8x8x8 cubes and modifying the ... |

Vorbis | ... exist both free and/or proprietary alternatives, with free formats such as | , FLAC, and others. Microsoft's usage of its own proprietary Windows Media ... |

lossless | ... wer level of compression; they may be eliminated by saving an image using a | file format, though for photographic images this will usually result in a ... |

top-down | In computer science, an LL parser is a | parser for a subset of the context-free grammars. It parses the input from ... |

Occam's razor | ... rvation law!s, Ohm's law, and others. Laws of other fields of study include | as a principle of philosophy and Say's law in economics. Examples of obser ... |

Dijkstra's algorithm | - y_j + y_i are nonnegative and A* essentially runs | on these reduced costs |

PageRank | ... ogle's rise to success was in large part due to a patented algorithm called | that helps rank web pages that match a given search string. When Google wa ... |

SHA-2 | ... d in the open academic community, in contrast to the NSA-designed SHA-1 and | algorithms. On the other hand, RIPEMD-160 appears to be used somewhat less ... |

Schönhage–Strassen algorithm | ... e Hirzebruch–Riemann–Roch theorem, Lipschitz continuity, the Petri net, the | , Faltings' theorem and the Toeplitz matrix are all named after University ... |

radioactive | ... ast electronegative elements, the other being caesium. Francium is a highly | metal that decays into astatine, radium, and radon. As an alkali metal, it ... |

Poisson distribution | ... e system in each state. Incoming traffic to these systems is modelled via a | and is subject to Erlang’s queueing theory assumptions viz |

JPEG | ... to capture video stills from video camera, VCR or broadcast television as a | , and included a video tuner that allowed one to schedule a VCR in a manne ... |

SHA-1 | ... n principles used in MD4, and is similar in performance to the more popular | |

XOR swap algorithm | #redirect | |

Broyden's method | ... imately 1.6). A generalization of the secant method in higher dimensions is | |

Newton's method | ... locating and separating roots. This plus interval arithmetic combined with | yields robust and fast algorithms |

Run-length encoding | # | (RLE): any sequence of 4 to 255 consecutive duplicate symbols is replaced ... |

LZW | bzip2 compresses most files more effectively than the older | (.Z) and Deflate (.zip and .gz) compression algorithms, but is considerabl ... |

JPEG | ... measured in the sRGB output from the camera, it is only applicable to sRGB | —and not to output files in raw image format. It is not applicable when mu ... |

DEFLATE | ... map uses between 32 and 272 bits of storage (4–34 bytes). For contrast, the | algorithm would show the absence of a symbol by encoding the symbol as hav ... |

Advanced Audio Coding | ... d or have effects applied. Audio data compression techniques — such as MP3, | , Ogg Vorbis, or FLAC — are commonly employed to reduce the file size. Dig ... |

chest drain | ... ces might require chest surgery. Moderately sized pneumothoraces might need | management for several days in a hospital. Large pneumothoraces are likely ... |

SHA-1 | ... as designed in the open academic community, in contrast to the NSA-designed | and SHA-2 algorithms. On the other hand, RIPEMD-160 appears to be used som ... |

Poisson process | ... cient accuracy and is analytically tractable. A queueing model based on the | and its companion exponential probability distribution often meets these t ... |

Linear hashing | is a hash table algorithm that permits incremental hash table expansion. I ... | |

radioactive | Radioactive wastes are wastes that contain | material. Radioactive wastes are usually by-products of nuclear power gene ... |

Nuss procedure | ... elp improve function and prevent injuries in individuals with Marfan's. The | is now being offered to people with Marfan syndrome to correct 'sunken che ... |

flashbacks | ... ndividually for the first week after dextromethorphan use: fatigue, apathy, | , and constipation. Over a quarter reported insomnia, nightmares, anhedoni ... |

LALR(1) | ... limited lookahead. By contrast, traditional parser generators like yacc use | parse tables to construct a restricted LR parser with a fixed one-token lo ... |

maximin | ... rinciple for evaluating the choices before them. Borrowed from game theory, | stands for maximizing the minimum, i.e. making the choice that produces th ... |

Flue gas desulfurization | ... The chemical reaction produces large amounts of sulfur dioxide meaning that | is an essential part of its manufacture to comply with pollution regulatio ... |

local search | An important subclass are the | methods, that view the elements of the search space as the vertices of a g ... |

Ostrich algorithm | ... ssumed that a deadlock will never occur. This is also an application of the | . This approach was initially used by MINIX and UNIX |

Householder's method | ... onal problems. Newton-like methods with higher order of convergence are the | s. The first one after Newton's method is Halley's method with cubic order ... |

Earley parser | ... string, determine whether and how it can be generated from the grammar. An | is an example of such an algorithm, while the widely used LR and LL parser ... |

Grover's algorithm | ... tum computing attacks. They are widely conjectured to be most vulnerable to | . Bennett, Bernstein, Brassard, and Vazirani proved in 1996 that a brute-f ... |

Dijkstra's algorithm | ... priority queue can be used to extract minimum efficiently when implementing | |

Dijkstra's algorithm | ... ven graph — such as subgraphs, paths, circuits, and so on. Examples include | , Kruskal's algorithm, the nearest neighbour algorithm, and Prim's algorit ... |

Ogg Vorbis | ... ed. Audio data compression techniques — such as MP3, Advanced Audio Coding, | , or FLAC — are commonly employed to reduce the file size. Digital audio c ... |

Poisson distribution | ... istributions are best described by their mean – such as the exponential and | s |

Kruskal's algorithm | ... bgraphs, paths, circuits, and so on. Examples include Dijkstra's algorithm, | , the nearest neighbour algorithm, and Prim's algorithm |

Poisson probability distribution | ... event does not depend upon the time of occurrence of the last event. In the | , the observer records the number of events that occur in a time interval ... |

Halley's method | ... gence are the Householder's methods. The first one after Newton's method is | with cubic order of convergence |

Scheduling (computing) | See also: | , queueing theor |

LGAT | ... empts to aid the "seeker" have moved into the "self-help" marketplace, with | |

precipitates | ... alcite may be deposited by supersaturated meteoric waters (groundwater that | the material in caves). This produces speleothems, such as stalagmites and ... |

phonological loop | ... 86 model of working memory there are two short-term storage mechanisms: the | and the visuospatial sketchpad. Most of the research referred to here invo ... |

Liver biopsies | are used to determine the degree of liver damage present; however, there a ... | |

Forensic science | ... al Engineering, Chemo-informatics, Electrochemistry, Environmental science, | , Geochemistry, Green chemistry, History of chemistry, Materials science, ... |

Newton's method | assumes the function f to have a continuous derivative. Newton's method ma ... | |

radioactivity | ... he becquerel (symbol Bq) (pronounced: 'be-kə-rel) is the SI-derived unit of | . One Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material ... |

memoryless | ... he completion of the actions requested of a web server) as emanating from a | process. That is, the length of the time interval from the current time to ... |

Shor's algorithm | Elliptic curve cryptography is vulnerable to a modified | for solving the discrete logarithm problem on elliptic curves |

DNA repair | ... es affect a variety of physiological processes, including the efficiency of | , antioxidant enzymes, and rates of free radical production |

CYK algorithm | ... r a given string is in the language represented by that grammar or not (the | ) |

lossy | The compression method is usually | , meaning that some original image information is lost and cannot be resto ... |

Caesarean section | ... birth to a healthy full term 6 pound 3 ounce (2.8 kg) baby girl, Durga, via | . She had no problems or complications during the 38‑week pregnancy |

Huffman coding | # | : this process replaces fixed length symbols in the range 0–258 with varia ... |

date of Easter | ... fast, falling on a different date each year because it is dependent on the | . It can occur as early as February 4 or as late as March 10 |

lossless | ... cannot be restored, possibly affecting image quality. There is an optional | mode defined in the JPEG standard; however, this mode is not widely suppor ... |

Pollard's rho | ... stest known algorithms that allow to solve the ECDLP (baby-step giant-step, | , etc.), need O(\sqrt{n}) steps, it follows that the size of the underlyin ... |

Parsing | is the process of analyzing an input sequence (such as that read from a fi ... | |

Euclidean shortest path | For shortest path problems in computational geometry, see | |

Lenstra elliptic curve factorization | ... er factorization algorithms that have applications in cryptography, such as | |

Laguerre's method | ... y and fast convergence even in the presence of multiple or clustered roots. | , as well as Halley's method, use second order derivatives and complex ari ... |

JPEG | ... this point a dynamic filter may be applied on the return path. For example, | files could be blocked based on fleshtone matches, or language filters cou ... |

ray-tracing | ... ges this will usually result in a larger file size. The images created with | programs have noticeable blocky shapes on the terrain. Certain low-intensi ... |

Edmonds–Karp | ... first search in G_f(V,E_f) . If you use the former, the algorithm is called | |

Schönhage–Strassen algorithm | ... ding portions of the output. Other fast convolution algorithms, such as the | , use fast Fourier transforms in other rings |

black and white | The film is shot in | and was produced on a shoe-string budget by four student filmmakers, led b ... |

LR parser | ... d constructs a Leftmost derivation of the sentence (hence LL, compared with | ). The class of grammars which are parsable in this way is known as the LL ... |

JPEG | WinZip 12.0 (2008) added support of creating ZIP archives with lossless | and LZMA compression methods; .ISO, .IMG, 7-Zip archive extractions. Added ... |

Shor's algorithm | ... n-bit integer. However, the best known quantum algorithm for this problem, | , does run in polynomial time. Unfortunately, this fact doesn't say much a ... |

Halley's method | Laguerre's method, as well as | , use second order derivatives and complex arithmetics, including the comp ... |

pellets | ... cket. The hydrazine was ignited using nitrogen tetroxide and aluminum oxide | , and thrust direction was controlled by four jet vanes situated below the ... |

Evaluation Assurance Level | ... tary systems. In fact common criteria (CC) at the highest assurance level ( | (EAL) 7) has an explicit requirement that the target of evaluation be “sim ... |

PageRank | ... his personal wealth is estimated to be $18.7 billion. He is the inventor of | , which became the foundation of Google's search ranking algorithm |

Amine gas treating | ... sour gas containing hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S). This untreated gas is toxic. | , an industrial scale process which removes acidic gaseous components, is ... |

Chunking | is the process by which one can expand his/her ability to remember things ... |

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fractions | ... help in his business, and from his father learnt arithmetic and the use of | , but he also used those years to develop a keen interest in mathematics a ... |

flashback | ... anonical appearances in the comic books Buffy Season Eight and , in a dream | and as a spirit guide |

ID3 | ... er along with the specification of the header. Most MP3 files today contain | metadata, which precedes or follows the MP3 frames; as noted in the diagra ... |

Descent | ... ey first loaded, by smoothly fading out the text screen to black. (The game | , from 1995, is an example. |

symmetric | Although the matrix Λ is | , it appears daunting and unwieldy. To make it easier to remember and use, ... |

endocytosed | ... can move back into intracellular compartments upon being incorporated into | vesicles some of which fuse with lysosomes where the proteins are broken d ... |

quantized | ... quantum gravity, string theory, and black hole thermodynamics all predict a | spacetime with agreement on the order of magnitude. Loop quantum gravity m ... |

flashback | ... Farley, a 34-year-old woman married to an abusive Vietnam veteran. Through | s, it is revealed that Coleman Silk is an African-American man who had bee ... |

index | ... e Cretaceous period Chalk Formation of England and France, serve as zone or | fossils. Because they evolved rapidly, they aid geologists in dating the s ... |

priority | Multiple levels of 'user/object/process | ' and/or multiprocessing usually complicate the control of reentrant code. ... |

flashback | ... pprove of Homer. In "The Way We Was" (season two, 1991), it is revealed via | that Marge attended Springfield High School, and in her final year met Hom ... |

brute force | ... are quite easy to crack. Many of the classical ciphers can be cracked using | or by analyzing only ciphertext with the exception of the one-time pad |

JPEG File Interchange Format | ... evolved to address these issues. The first of these, released in 1992, was | (or JFIF), followed in recent years by Exchangeable image file format (Exi ... |

LTM | Their entire back catalogue was re-released on CD on | in 2005. The band had already reformed in 2004 with new bassist Ronnie Bor ... |

normalized | ... iews, with a weighted average score of 8/10. At Metacritic, which assigns a | 0–100 rating to reviews from mainstream critics, calculated an average sco ... |

face | ... eyelashes, armpits, pubic region and legs; and men also have hair on their | , abdomen, back and chest. Hair does not generally grow on the palms of th ... |

fermentation | ... range of bacteria, production of the active compounds is carried out using | , usually in strongly aerobic conditions |

bioptics | ... h severe eyesight impairment, especially people with albinism, are known as | or a bioptic telescope. They may take the form of self-contained glasses t ... |

table | Database normalization is the process of organizing the fields and | s of a relational database to minimize redundancy and dependency |

Neural network | ... l terminology more relevant to Internet search (i.e., blogging, ecommerce). | algorithms searched the expanded WordNet for related terms to disambiguate ... |

quantized | ... energy spectrum of a system with such discrete energy levels is said to be | |

radiation | ... on, supplementing or replacing conventional methods (surgery, chemotherapy, | , and immunotherapy) |

flashback | ... r the murderer reveals himself, he narrates his reasons for the murder as a | of events leading up to the murder. Within this flashback, an unreliable n ... |

protocol | The early Jabber | , as developed in 1999 and 2000, formed the basis for XMPP as published in ... |

JTA | ... s town, but a few go to Hastings and Jacksonville, where one can connect to | for additional service across Jacksonville |

flashback | ... o conversations that occur at different times, he creates the illusion of a | . Vargas Llosa also sometimes uses this technique as a means of shifting l ... |

leached | ... lder leaves, and can be corrected by applying Epsom salts (which is rapidly | ), or else crushed dolomitic limestone to the soil |

schema | A DTD is an example of a | or grammar. Since the initial publication of XML 1.0, there has been subst ... |

flashback | A variant of this device is a | within a flashback, which was introduced by the Japanese film Rashomon (19 ... |

LTM | The first three of these albums were reissued with bonus tracks on | in 2005 |

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repair | ... rand breaks. This insult is followed by an effort of the cell in attempt to | the damaged and broken DNA, however, the repair process is not perfect, an ... |

precipitation | ... lular components using a variety of techniques such as ultracentrifugation, | , electrophoresis, and chromatography; the advent of genetic engineering h ... |

symmetric algorithm | ... ces; see EFF DES cracker. 56 bits is now considered insufficient length for | keys, and may have been for some time. More technically and financially ca ... |

Burrows–Wheeler algorithm | bzip2 is a free and open source implementation of the | . It is developed and maintained by Julian Seward. Seward made the first p ... |

CPR | ... Brighthaupt, a friend of Smith who was a trained emergency nurse, performed | for 15 minutes until her husband, Maurice "Big Moe" Brighthaupt, Smith's f ... |

recrystallized | ... uene is separated, washed with a dilute solution of sodium sulfite and then | from alcohol |

Huffman tables | # Multiple | : several identically-sized Huffman tables can be used with a block if the ... |

sweetening | ... potential for abatement of greenhouse gases. Related processes are known as | |

Zeitgeist | ... art. There was a strong recourse to historical and natural inevitability, a | , in the representation of its ideas |

Skipjack | The NSA's | algorithm used in its Fortezza program employs 80 bit keys |

LR | ... An Earley parser is an example of such an algorithm, while the widely used | and LL parsers are simpler algorithms that deal only with more restrictive ... |

Asch's conformity experiments | ... ological experiments. For example, social pressure has been used to explain | , and information has been used to explain Sherif's autokinetic experiment |

Walsh spectrum | When all inputs are false, the output is false. | : (1,-1,-1,1 |

succession | ... ous situations, depending on the climate and topography (see also hydrosere | ). In the 19th century it was thought that the bog itself somehow 'attract ... |

Precipitation | ... eins; membrane lipids and proteins; cellular organelles, and nucleic acids. | by a method known as salting out can concentrate the proteins from this ly ... |

extraction | ... use to this day. He is known to have perfected methods of distillation and | , which have led to his discovery of sulfuric acid, by dry distillation of ... |

decay | ... the observed abundance of a naturally occurring radioactive isotope and its | products, using known decay rates. It is the principal source of informati ... |

variation | ... of the game to store information; the tree structure makes the addition of | s simple. It is also text-based instead of binary for the sake of portabil ... |

Differentiation | is the formation of cell types, from what is originally one cell – the zyg ... | |

MTF | ... bit run between one (1) and six (6) bits in length. The selection is into a | list of the tables. Using this feature results in a maximum expansion of a ... |

stable | ... of the Nash equilibrium. It is a Nash equilibrium that is "evolutionarily" | : once it is fixed in a population, natural selection alone is sufficient ... |

Proton decay | ... s too long to measure. (This is an important issue in particle physics, see | . |

double strand breaks | ... le, that they include. Experiments showed that ionizing radiation cause DNA | at a rate of 35 double strand breaks per cell per Gray, and removes a po ... |

first-in, first out | ... oid starvation, a semaphore has an associated queue of processes (usually a | ). If a process performs a P operation on a semaphore that has the value z ... |

CPR | ... called security, who then called 911. At 1:45 pm the bodyguard administered | until paramedics arrived and she was rushed to Memorial Regional Hospital ... |

Cellular division | ... eria belonging to the phylum Firmicutes and the lactic acid bacteria group. | occurs along a single axis in these bacteria, and thus they grow in chains ... |

Castner process | ... ill be formed at the anode. This method is less expensive than the previous | of electrolyzing sodium hydroxide |

isobaric system | Chemical molar flux of a component A in an isothermal, | is defined in above-mentioned Fick's first law as |

search and indexing | ... er browsers and to other user agents that may try to parse the document for | purposes for example |

smelt | Eidsvoll Verk was opened to | iron ore by King Christian IV of Denmark in 1624, relying on the excellent ... |

majority consensus | ... as the court conference (tingyi 廷議)—where ministers were convened to reach | on an issue—pressured the emperor to accept the advice of his ministers on ... |

precipitation | ... do not consist of grains at all, and are formed completely by the chemical | of calcite or aragonite, i.e. travertine. Secondary calcite may be deposit ... |

LR(k)-parseable | ... may not be reliably tested by a deterministic pushdown automaton and is not | . When reading a palindrome from left-to-right, it is, in essence, impossi ... |

supercool | ... s the same as the melting point, but in the absence of nucleators water can | to −42 °C (−43.6 °F, 231 K) before freezing |

double strand breaks | ... wed that ionizing radiation cause DNA double strand breaks at a rate of 35 | per cell per Gray, and removes a portion of the epigenetic markers of the ... |

Baconian | ... tesian mathematics, geometry and theoretical deduction on the one hand, and | experimental observation and induction on the other hand, together could l ... |

repair | ... rradiation acts by damaging the target organism's DNA beyond its ability to | . Microorganisms can no longer proliferate and continue their malignant or ... |

gender reassignment surgery | ... ther non-therapeutic reasons." It is not the same as the procedures used in | or the genital modification of intersexuals. It is practiced throughout th ... |

fermentation | ... ly sweet. Vinegar or citrus juice may be added as natural preservatives, or | in the presence of salt may be used to create acid |

Cervical dislocation | ... nded methods include decapitation (beheading) for small rodents or rabbits. | (breaking the neck or spine) may be used for birds, mice, and immature rat ... |

regression | ... erms of semantics, pattern recognition, and operational techniques, such as | |

laser eye surgery | ... o wear non-prescription glasses after being fitted for contacts and getting | , respectively |

visuospatial sketchpad | ... there are two short-term storage mechanisms: the phonological loop and the | . Most of the research referred to here involves the phonological loop, be ... |

amalgamation | ... e shallow parts of the veins that contained free gold, and found that their | mills could not recover gold from the deeper sulfide ores. This problem wa ... |

Neural networks | Backgammon has been studied considerably by computer scientists. | and other approaches have offered significant advances to software for gam ... |

majority consensus | ... a court conference assembled by Emperor Wu (r. 141–87 BCE) in 135 BCE, the | of the ministers was to retain the heqin agreement. Emperor Wu accepted th ... |

entropy-coded | ... length, but not the two bytes for the marker.) Some markers are followed by | data; the length of such a marker does not include the entropy-coded data. ... |

Poisson distribution | ... statistically self-similar. This property means that simple models using a | are inaccurate, and networks designed without taking self-similarity into ... |

T-group | ... Rev. Canon Basil Moss. This position required Waite to master psychological | methods, with the aim of promoting increased active involvement from the l ... |

decays | ... ion device called a 'betalight' contains tritium and a phosphor. As tritium | , it emits beta particles; these strike the phosphor, causing the phosphor ... |

CPR | ... ards comply with the applicable regulatory agencies, federal or provincial. | certification in Canada is broken into several levels. Depending on the le ... |

isentropic case | ... hermodynamic efficiency is a measure of how well it performs compared to an | . It is the ratio of the ideal to the actual work input/output. This can b ... |

Poisson | ... continue to grow as time goes on. In the simplest case of an M/M/1 queue ( | arrivals and a single Poisson server) then it is given by the mean arrival ... |

precipitation | ... me. This showed to him that granite formed from cooling of molten rock, not | out of water as others at the time believed, and that the granite must be ... |

pattern recognition | ... tends to apply to processes such as memory, association, concept formation, | , language, attention, perception, action, problem solving and mental imag ... |

generalized LR parsing | ... parsing extends LL parsing to support a larger range of grammars; in turn, | extends LR parsing to support arbitrary context-free grammars. On LL gramm ... |