block size


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block size

(1) The number of individual elements making up a block.
(2) A term of art used in clinical trials for the number of patients in a particular treatment block or arm.
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The block size solution is favored by Bitcoin "miners" (those who own the Bitcoin hardware) because it will increase the hardware requirements for Bitcoin mining and thereby centralize power in the hands of the bigger investors.
It functions on 64 bit block size and with the key size of 80 bits.
The different in block size effect greatly on the detectability.
As the size of the block size increases the size of the memory element also increases.
However, if a selected block size is unreasonable, a large scale of extreme loads will be wasted.
The process will take up until 10 minutes depending the block size chosen and the acquired image is around 3.
We define the current cost of a column as the difference between the square of the new block size and the sum of squares of the sizes of the blocks it merges.
A cavity and core are usually cut in stainless steel, but sizes for these IMD exterior parts exceed the typical maximum block size (36 x 36 x 36 in.
Two-dimensional error mapping illustrates both burst and nonburst error in different colors as a function of block size, and the time option visualizes how errors occur in communications systems.
NAND flash is becoming one of the leading technologies for solid state storage applications because of its high-speed programming capability, high-speed erasing, small block size and low cost.
A parent block size of 50 x 50 x 20 meters, and a sub-block size of 0.