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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Dividing 144 bits of SC into the 9 parts in Galois field GF, each part is 16 bits binary number, and this nine numbers is converted to decimal as polynomial coefficients ([s.sub.i-1], [s.sub.i-2], x x x, [s.sub.0]), Thereby obtaining polynomial F (u) = [s.sub.8][u.sup.8] + [s7] [u7] + x x x + [s1]u + [s0]
The traditional approach of using binary number system based operations in a decimal system requires frontend and backend conversion.
Bin2dec([k.sub.s] [k.sub.s+1] [k.sub.s+2]) is a function that converts a three-bit binary number into a decimal number.
Each gene in the chromosome is mapped to a binary number, and the gene value means that the sensor is in active or sleep mode.
In this way, we could obtain the original chaotic sequence in the form of binary numbers with 8 places.
Other components translate or decode data from standard text and machine language commands into binary number system code that the microprocessor can understand.
Sci-fi fans are in a lather because, in binary numbers, 10/10/10 equals 42 - the answer in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy to the ultimate question of the meaning of life, the universe and everything.
Key showcases include the learning of 'Binary Code', the language of 0's and 1's to send, process and receive information, 'Binary Rain', an exhibit that allows guests to play with binary numbers in a unique interactive digital projection, and 'Get Digitized', an area that showcases the latest digital technology, personal computers and special effects.
In the literature (Jiang D.Y., 2007), we introduced a so-called gross interest-environment game based on binary numbers and n-person non-cooperative game theory.
4 The sounds and pictures involved in digital broadcasting systems are converted into streams of binary numbers, eg 011101110110100010001010.
Tasks that the competitors had to undergo were based on 10 disciplines, including memorising playing cards, binary numbers, historic and future dates, names and faces, random words and spoken numbers.
Digital computers can only work with binary numbers so, in order to interface with a physical system, the mechanical or electrical analog signals have to be converted to binary quantities using an Analog to Digital Converter (ADC), or from binary quantities to analog ones using a Digital to Analog Converter (DAC).