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log·a·rith·mic phase

exponential, a period in the course of growth of a bacterial culture in which maximal multiplication is occurring by geometric progression; thus, if the logarithms of their numbers are plotted against time, they will form a straight upward line.

exponential growth

strictly speaking that of a population where rate of growth is proportional to its population size, but is often used to mean an ever increasing growth.
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The security of a hash against a random collision increases exponentially with the number of bits, making SHA-256 one hundred trillion trillion times more resistant to an accidental duplication of a fingerprint than MD5.
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Ruiz argued that Metcalfe's Law -- which says the overall value of a network increases exponentially as devices are added to it -- is the new rule of engagement that will set the standard for excellence in the industry in coming years.
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