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BCD

Abbreviation for:
black and culturally diverse (Medspeak-UK)
bleomycin, cyclophosphamide, dactinomycin
board-certified diplomate
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22] contains a detailed description of insertion strategies that can be used for effective construction of dictionary tables for the Slim Binary format.
Oscilloscopes with SPI triggering can be set to trigger on an active CS line, one or more data patterns defined in hex or binary format, or combinations of SPI events and conditions on other scope channels.
In effect, the slim binary format makes this particular data-flow analysis unnecessary.
The X3D Binary Format working group is chartered to develop both an encoding of X3D to enable advanced compression of 3D data to shorten the transmission time of models and scenes across a network and a data encryption scheme to protect sensitive model information.
A second working draft of the CDF specification will be available this summer as part of Amendment 1 (AMD-1) to X3D -- which will enable CDF with high-fidelity, hardware-accelerated programmable shaders and a compressed binary format to support rapid delivery and content protection.
For traditional sensors not equipped with the EEPROM, engineers can use the Virtual TEDS library, a collection of downloadable files that store data sheet information in TEDS electronic binary format rather than on an embedded chip.
HParser on Amazon EMR makes it substantially easier, faster and less costly to prepare structured and unstructured data for analysis by enabling access to all data formats and structures in a visual build-by-example environment, with out-of-the-box support for logs and binary formats, and with packaged data transformations for industry formats including ACORD, FIX, SWIFT, HL7 and EDI.
For the application were chosen all the different types of GIS files: both raster and vector type and ASCII and binary formats.
XML pioneer Tim Brey said, "I think it's terribly, terribly wrong that the world's documents should be locked up in proprietary binary formats.
Better support for emulation in cases where a simple format migration is not practical (for example, for binary formats of things like simulations or video games).
Zip technology used by both suites compress their XML documents to about half the size of proprietary binary formats.