Binary Numeral System

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Binary Numeral System

A system in which all letters, numbers, and other characters are saved in a computer as some combination of the digits 0 and 1. This system is used in nearly all modern computing.
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Chiasson, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, uses the fact that all values in this interval are real numbers and that any real number can be represented as a binary expansion in base 1/2 and thus mapped onto an infinite number of fair coin tosses.
Moreover, based on direct visual observation, and accounting for distributor effects and gulf streaming, binary expansions on combining two monocomponents at a given liquid fluidization velocity have not been reported in any literature examined by the present authors.