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Reverse

In numismatics, the back of a coin; that is to say, the "tails" side. The reverse often usually features some national monument or commemorates some event. The front of a coin is called the obverse.

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The concept of mixing both covalent and reversible bonds to make a tough, self-healing rubber was proposed in theory by Cai but never shown experimentally because covalent and reversible bonds don't like to mix.
The very first universal reversible gate is a CCNOT or a Toffoli gate which is proposed by Tomasso Toffoli in 1980 [4].
Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome (RCVS) should also be mentioned as an important differential diagnosis.
Por lo regular, la tomografia axial computarizada (TAC) cerebral simple es normal; entre tanto, la resonancia magnetica (RM) es anormal en cerca de un tercio de los casos, pues muestra hemorragia subaracnoidea en el 20 % de los pacientes, e imagenes similares al sindrome de encefalopatia posterior reversible (en un 10 %) o hemorragias parenquimatosas, asociadas con edema vasogenico [4,5,7] (figuras 1 a 4).
Reversible watermarking extensively depends on the analysis of high spatial correlation among neighboring pixels.
Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome was described in 1996 for the first time and it is gradually being more frequently recognized in children (1, 7).
A work on 24-bit reversible fused Radix-2 FFT unit using 4:3 compressor has been implemented which consumes more number of logical resources as reported in [5].
The Reversible Rings are available on request for all kind of spinning frames.
The structure of the paper is organized as follows: section 2 discusses the common definitions of reversible and ternary logic and some utilized ternary gates.
In this work, we propose new reversible 4:2 and 6:2 compressors based on conventional architecture.
First described in 1996 by Hinchey and colleagues, later on in 2000 Casey and colleagues proposed its current name, agreeing that PRES is transient, reversible, posterior cerebral edema that can extend into the temporal or frontal lobes1,2.
Hence, reversible data hiding techniques give a solution to the problem of how to embed a large message in digital images in a lossless manner so that the image can be completely restored to its original state before the embedding occurred.