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Algorithm

Any organized set of steps used to help solve a problem. Algorithms are important in several fields, notably mathematics and computing.
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The marketplace offers access to an ever growing library of algorithms that developers can easily incorporate into their cloud applications.
Except these tree search algorithms, we have many other algorithms that we can use with routing protocols.
Asymmetric encryption is based on algorithms that are more complex and its performance overhead is more significant making it unsuitable for encrypting very large amounts of data.
To get a sense of how these algorithms operate, consider the following highly simplified version of a pseudorandom-number algorithm.
Microarray experiments generate vast amounts of data, which bioinformatics experts examine using statistical algorithms designed to detect patterns.
In this paper, we describe the algorithms for automatic estimation of the size of the welded area.
Each of the candidate algorithms was required to support key sizes of 128, 192 and 256 bits.
Whilst algorithms in the past have predominantly focused on equities, as the market evolves demand for algorithmic tools that go beyond the traditional realm of the equity world is steadily rising.
In October 2003, NIST's Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) reached a significant milestone by issuing the 100th Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Algorithm Validation Certificate for hardware implementation of AES named 7814-W.
TIME TRIALS With computers now doing all the heavy lifting in testing for primes, much recent research has focused on the efficiency of competing sets of instructions, or algorithms.
Anecdotally, we find that most networks today do not even activate the common compression algorithms that exist in most touters for link speeds above 56 or 128Kbps.
NASDAQ: IREG) today announced that the company's proprietary encryption algorithm known as ATLAS, has been chosen to protect computer networks used by the government of Singapore.

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