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hash

(hăsh)
n. Slang
Hashish.
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[27] proposed deep autoencoders for deep hashing with the objective to learn hierarchical representations.
Hashing originated in December 1938 in Selayang Quarry, Selangor, Malaysia, when a group of British colonial officers and expatriates began meeting on Monday evenings to run, in a fashion patterned after the traditional British paper chase or "hare and hounds."
Before diving in, we need to distinguish between three different concepts, all of which relate to hashing: (1) a hash function, (2) a hash value, and (3) a hash set.
For image hashing generation, the state-of-art hashing methods could be mainly divided into two categories: data independent hashing and data dependent hashing.
"We hash passwords with a one-way hashing algorithm, with multiple hashing iterations and individual salt per password.
Microsoft will pull support for the hashing function immediately in both Edge and Internet Explorer, which brings the browsers up to speed with other browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox, which already had started the process of phasing out support for websites utilizing SHA-1 certificates.
Among existing ANN techniques, hashing approaches are proposed to map images to compact binary codes that approximately preserve the data structure in the original space [2-6].
In particular, we present a new algorithm based on hashing and auxiliary vector data structures and call this algorithm HaVec.
The United Kingdom's Information Commissioner Office has published a security report on vulnerabilities that can often lead to data breaches, highlighting the need to engage in "hashing" and "salting" techniques to protect consumer passwords.
Hashing was performed on a randomly generated file of 100 MB size and repeated 100 times.
SHA-1 is a hashing algorithm that is used to protect passwords.
The concept of hashing started in 1938 with a group of British people in Malaysia, according to a website called The World Hash House Harriers Home Page.