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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 Step Size (u) used in each algorithms is selected such a manner to obtain exact value of misadjustment (M) equal to 2.
Gartner says at this pace, and considering the rising interest in protecting algorithmic IP, by 2020 there could be nearly half a million patent applications mentioning "algorithm," and more than 25,000 patent applications for algorithms themselves.
Recently, several solutions were proposed for speeding up GCD/LCM algorithms while few of them were efficient.
Despite the general enthusiasm for investigating algorithms, most research does not consider actual computer algorithms that are now in use.
This section discussed the working principle of fast hybrid pattern matching algorithms and performance analysis of hybrid algorithm.
In compressive sensing framework, many DOA estimation algorithms have been proposed by utilizing one or multiple snapshots [5].
We will briefly analyze and propose implementation of a new model in router communication process with usage of other algorithms.
Some hash algorithms such as MD5 (Message Digest 5) have the possibility of producing the same signature making it vulnerable to attack as a duplicate key can be produced.
KEEPING A SECRET While the Mersenne Twister does a good job of imitating randomness, mathematicians propose that certain other algorithms, while slower, are closer to true randomness.
But Christopher Bradfield, a professor of oncology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and CEO of the Madison-based toxicogenomics service company Functional Biosciences, points out that new algorithms are only as good as their translation into clearer biologic understanding.
Most of these issues are addressed by the algorithms that build the matrix of the amplitudes from the initial waveforms; hence, the signals from certain cells have weighting factors less than 1.
NIST evaluated the candidate algorithms and received invaluable assistance from cryptographers at computer security companies and universities around the world.

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