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expansive bit


  • Plug-Cutter. Center-Bit. Foerstner Auger-Bit. Expansive-Bit. Reamer. Rose Countersink
    Plug-Cutter. Center-Bit. Foerstner Auger-Bit. Expansive-Bit. Reamer. Rose Countersink
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n expansive bit a bit with a cutting blade that can be adjusted to different sizes
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In literature:

That broad expanse, a bit fleshy, below the base of the skull indicates brutality.
"The Red Planet" by William J. Locke
Bits of flotsam mottled the blue expanse, but it really appeared as if the saving drift weed were thinning to nothing.
"The Cruise of the Dry Dock" by T. S. Stribling
Expansive-bit, 84, 87, 137, 140.
"Handwork in Wood" by William Noyes
Wright's Patented Expansion Bit, 19th century.
"Agricultural Implements and Machines in the Collection of the National Museum of History and Technology" by John T. Schlebecker
Such a hole would doubtless have to be bored with an expansive bit.
"Manual Training Toys for the Boy's Workshop" by Harris W. Moore

In news:

The St Mary's expansion project had a bit of a delay this week when construction crews uncovered some human bones .
I'm still a bit bewildered as to why I'm hearing no discussions of a canal extension in connection to the planned Devon tower TIF or expansion of Ford Center.
"Nashville Unplugged," a songwriters ' showcase that once might have seemed a bit "inside" for Las Vegas, just celebrated its three-year anniversary, an expansion to a weekly schedule, and a new companion radio show.
The tax-free weekend that the state holds annually is getting a bit more expansive this year (it's Aug 21-23).
The doors open to reveal an expansive, stylish series of rooms, each a bit different.
A billion bits a second, coming soon You may have heard about the coming expansion of the Austin, Texas, Convention Center.

In science:

Reason: longer halting programs can contribute to the value of a “very early” bit of the expansion of ΩU .
Incompleteness, Complexity, Randomness and Beyond
In these previous studies however, the normalized Kolmogorov complexity limn→∞ H (xn )/n of a real number x was considered, where xn is the first n bits of the base-two expansion of x, and Hausdorff dimension was related to the normalized Kolmogorov complexity.
A Generalization of Chaitin's Halting Probability \Omega and Halting Self-Similar Sets
On the other hand, while the sample-and-hash approach can in principle be applied using the result of [BARd07], the number of extracted bits is much smaller than the number of initial key bits, that is, no significant key expansion can be achieved.
Sampling of min-entropy relative to quantum knowledge
We denote by αn ∈ {0, 1}∗ the first n bits of the base-two expansion of α mod 1 with infinitely many zeros.
Equivalent characterizations of partial randomness for a recursively enumerable real
Thus, in particular, if α ∈ [0, 1), then α↾n denotes the first n bits of the base-two expansion of α with infinitely many zeros.
Partial randomness and dimension of recursively enumerable reals
These bits get lost when we turn the D-module in a fermionic state by making an asymptotic expansion of the D-module generators in λ.
Topological Strings and Quantum Curves
The use of a chaos-based pseudo-random bit sequence to make it unrecognizable by an intruder, is a field of researc h in full expansion.
A novel pseudo-random number generator based on discrete chaotic iterations
But using the Bell-based randomness expansion several times in series one could get arbitrarily high rates of truly random bits, a very valuable resource for our information based society.
Is realism compatible with true randomness ?
Note that similarly to MBR, there is no expansion since every bit received is stored (i.e., α = γ ).
Repairing Multiple Failures with Coordinated and Adaptive Regenerating Codes
E that the next bit equals the 4001th bit of the binary expansion of π .
Bayesian Conditioning, the Reflection Principle, and Quantum Decoherence
In addition, permutation does not change the dynamic range of the sensing signal, i.e. no bit expansion in implementation.
Fast and Efficient Compressive Sensing using Structurally Random Matrices
Formally, a randomness expansion protocol is a protocol that, starting from a d-bit uniform random seed S, generates a m-bit string R that is close to uniformly random and uncorrelated from any potential adversary.
Security of practical private randomness generation
The intuition behind the theorem is that multiplying x by some number and testing for membership in an interval only enables one to probe “local” properties of binary expansion of x, and so a sequence (an ) cannot exploit correlations between bits that are far apart.
Uniform distribution and algorithmic randomness
Now we consider the case that ϕ cannot be expressed exactly with a b bit binary expansion.
Quantum Computation and Quantum Information
These bounds can be used for device-independent randomness expansion, following a proposal by Colbeck, and to achieve a quadratic expansion of the amount of random bits (see [10–13] for further works on deviceindependent randomness expansion).
Full randomness from arbitrarily deterministic events