hashing

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A method of transforming a search key into an address for the purpose of storing and retrieving items of data
Turns an arbitrary length byte string into a specific-number bit value
The conversion of a column's primary key value to a database page number on which the row will be stored Retrieval operations that specify the key column value use the same hashing algorithm and can locate the row directly Hashing provides fast retrieval for data that contains a unique key value
(n ) In managing databases, the process of changing a key ID value to an index value, with the intent of reducing search time
Link sequences are of length log n Hashing is a method which overcomes the log n barrier The idea is that the position of a key within the data structure is computed directly from the value of the key
A form of ECM that Direct TV uses which causes a illegally altered Access Card to lose video, and possibly audio
The method by which items are placed into, and retrieved from, a file Each item-id is put through a hashing algorithm that mathematically determines which group in the file to look for, or put, an item An alternate to the industry-standard ISAM (Incredibly Slow Access Method)
A technique of using mathematical algorithms for converting an identification code (such as a customer number) into a physical address on a storage device (See 77)
A process that help generate aliases for long file names For instance, Windows NT uses a hashing process to generate characters three through five of the file name, after it encounters four file names having the same first six characters and extension
present participle of hash
Hashing means producing hash values, also called digests, for accessing data or for security A hash value (or digest) is a number generated from a string of text The hash value is substantially smaller than the text itself, and is generated by a formula in such a way that it is extremely unlikely that some other text will result in the same hash value Hashing can be used to check the integrity of data: if someone produces a hash value and sends it along with the message, the receiver can produce a hash value on receipt of the message If the receiver's hash matches the one that was sent along with the message, the original message has not been changed
computing an address to look for an item by applying a mathematical function to a key for that item
The process of using a formula or performing a calculation to determine the location (position) where a record will be placed on disk 9 7-8
Indexing technique used for quick lookup
What does "hashing" mean?
hashing out
Present participle of hash out
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The result generated by a hash function
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To make a quick, rough version

We need to quickly hash up some plans.

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The [[Appendix: Unsupported titles/Number sign|
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To transform according to a hash function
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Clipped form of hashish, a drug derived from the cannabis plant
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Of or relating to the process of hashing or hash coding
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]] symbol (octothorpe, pound)
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To chop into small pieces, to make into a hash

In like manner, we shall represent human nature at first to the keen appetite of our reader, in that more plain and simple manner in which it is found in the country, and shall hereafter hash and ragoo it with all the high French and Italian seasoning of affectation and vice which courts and cities afford.

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purified resinous extract of the hemp plant; used as a hallucinogen
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{f} chop into little pieces; make a mess of
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{v} to mince, cut, mix, dress in small bits
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{n} a kind of dish, minced meat, mixture
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A short value calculated from digital data that serves to distinguish it from other data
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The callback used to compute a hash code for keys as they are used to access, add, or remove values in the dictionary If NULL, the collection computes a hash code by converting the pointer value to an integer See CFDictionaryHashCallBack for a description of this callback
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The # symbol (octothorpe)
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From the French hatcher, which means "to chop," hash is a dish of chopped meat, usually roast beef or corned beef, combined with vegetables and seasonings and sautéed until lightly browned It is frequently served with a sauce or gravy
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A one-way function that produces a message digest - a unique value - that is extremely difficult to reverse, making it correspondingly difficult to produce the original The resulting value is then encrypted using the sender's signing private key to authenticate the source of the message
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Abbreviation for hashish, a drug derived from the cannabis plant
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An algorithm that creates a message digest for authentication
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To make a quick, rough version; as in - hash up some plans = make some quick, rough plans
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A new mixture of old matter; a second preparation or exhibition
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To chop into small pieces; to mince and mix; as, to hash meat
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The key generated by a hash function
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A mathematical computation that takes a variable-size message and returns a fixed-size string to authenticate (prove the integrity) of a message A component of IKE IPsec uses SHA and MD5 hashes Top
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(HASH FUNCTION) An algorithm that maps or translates one set of bits into another (generally smaller) set in such a way that
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A mathematical algorithm applied to a message or file The resulting output, "hash value" is part of a message digest, used to verify the integrity of the data Sample has algorithms: MD5, DS4, SHA-1, MAC
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An algorithm that maps or translates one set of bits into another (generally smaller) set in such a way that: A message yields the same result every time the algorithm is executed using the same message as input It is computationally infeasible for a message to be derived or reconstituted from the result produced by the algorithm It is computationally infeasible to find two different messages that produce the same hash result using the same algorithm
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This is a small, fixed length value generated by a function that has the property that different values for the data result in different hash values The hash is encrypted using a private key to create the digital signature
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Hashed, chopped into small pieces
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Data structure in Ruby which expresses the mapping from key to value It is also called "Associative Array" or "Dictionary" The derivation of hash is the algorithm which is called "Hash table" in the achievement of the structure The word "hash" means "cut in pieces", of "hashed beef" -SugHimsi
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chopped meat mixed with potatoes and browned chop up; "hash the potatoes
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chop up; "hash the potatoes"
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Food, especially meat and potatoes, chopped and mixed together
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A dish of chopped pork or beef combined with various chopped up vegetables and seasonings Hash is often thought of as a dish that you throw into it whatever is left in the kitchen In the 19th century, cheap restaurants were called "hash houses" and the workers in these restaurants were called "hash slingers "
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Also called "hash function" or hashing, used extensively in many encryption algorithms Hashing transforms a string of characters usually into a shorter, fixed-length value or key Information in a database is faster to search when you use a hashed key, than if you were to try to match the original data
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A confused mess
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A fixed-size result obtained by applying a one-way mathematical function (called a hash or message digest function) to an arbitrary amount of data Given a change in the input data, the resulting hash changes A hash is also called a message digest
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A hash function is a function that easily calculates a hash value but, conversely, makes it difficult to work out the input from the value SHA-1 is a well-known hash algorithm that can be used in the XML signature Digest value calculation
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{i} dish of chopped meat and other vegetables; mess, muddle; hashish, pot, marijuana (Slang); recycling or reworking of old material (often regarding written or spoken words); pound sign (British)
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(A) A mess, a muddle; as, "a pretty hash he made of it " A hash is a mess, and a mess is a muddle I'll soon settle his hash for him I will soon smash him up; ruin his schemes; "give him his gruel"; `cook his goose"; "put my finger in his pie"; "make mince-meat of him " (See Cooking )
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A mathematical formula that converts a message of any length into a unique fixed-length string of digits (typically 160 bits) known as "message digest" that represents the original message A hash is a one-way function - that is, it is infeasible to reverse the process to determine the original message Also, a hash function will not produce the same message digest from two different inputs
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Refers to the run, the group of people who run or the act of running and drinking Has nothing to do with the drug term: Hashish
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If you make a hash of a job or task, you do it very badly. The Government made a total hash of things and squandered a small fortune
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(Internet Directory Administrator's Guide; search in this book) [definition #2] (Internet Directory Application Developer's Guide; search in this book)
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Hash is hashish. Hashish. hash out to discuss something very thoroughly and carefully, especially until you reach an agreement
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chopped meat mixed with potatoes and browned
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(n ) Garbage on a screen; obvious errors
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A fixed-length value created mathematically to uniquely identify data
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A fixed length cryptographic output of variables, such as a message, being operated on by a formula, or cryptographic algorithm
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# Symbol used to define a number sometimes incorrectly called gate, square or pound Used in wml to show a link to an individual card in a deck
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Improved checksum in which it is hard for someone to construct a data block that generates a predetermined checksum or hash value
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That which is hashed or chopped up; meat and vegetables, especially such as have been already cooked, chopped into small pieces and mixed
hashing

    Heceleme

    hash·ing

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    häşîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈhasʜəɴɢ/ /ˈhæʃɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hash ] (transitive verb.) 1590. French hacher, from Old French hachier, from hache battle-ax, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German hAppa sickle; akin to Greek koptein to cut; more at CAPON.

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