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Generally, there square measure four steps involved in knowledge de-duplication: (1) unitization that uses a agency formula to separate the info stream into chunks; (2) chunk process that calculates the fingerprint (for example, SHA-1 value) for every of the chunks; (3) fingerprint assortment and querying that provisions the fingerprints in line with an exact arrangement for assortment and queries the catalog to seek out chunks of identical fingerprints--these chunks square measure measured because the duplicated chunks; (4) knowledge storing and management that stores new chunks and delegates reference pointers for the duplicated chunks.
I frequently remind myself that teaching students to recognize higher-level chunks has the best chance of occurring when I use the following strategies, starting at students' first lessons as beginners and never stopping:
Vuq3S-IrK70) In March 2013 , Bumble Bee recalled 5-ounce Chunk White Albacore and Chunk Light Tuna products sold between Jan.
Chunk loss probability and delivery delay provide therefore only a partial view of the actual performance of a P2P-TV system, the user Quality of Experience (QoE) being the paramount index [15].
Then I transfer it to an ovenproof or casserole dish, add the chunks of fish and put it in the oven to finish cooking for about 20 minutes.
The source node divides the video stream into several sub-trees, with each chunk being sent to multiple sub-trees.
After throwing a few handfuls of chunks in, take a sardine chunk from your bucketful and hook it twice through then toss it over.
Content chunking is an exercise that enables instructional designers (IDs) to split information into small pieces or chunks.
You examine the chunk: first look at the bark, most bark splits easily, but some is like having a rope tied around the chunk and cutting the bark first on these types of tree stumps helps split them easier.
People look at what scientists believe to be a chunk of the Chelyabinsk meteor
A Russian fireman has been knocked down a rescue ladder by a huge chunk of snow which fell from the roof of a burning building.
The firing of the activity "Chunk Delivered " indicates that a chunk has been sent.