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Approximate Counting Algorithm - Theory of Operation

... Morris' algorithm, the counter represents an "order of magnitude estimate" of the

... Morris' algorithm, the counter represents an "order of magnitude estimate" of the

**actual count**... For example, in base 2, the counter can estimate the**count**to be 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, and all of the powers of two ... Approximation Range of possible values for the**actual count**1. 0, or initial value 1 ... or more 2 ... or more 3 ... or more 4 ... or more 5 ... or more If the counter holds the value of 101, which ...### Famous quotes containing the words count and/or actual:

“Wisdom is not just knowing fundamental truths, if these are unconnected with the guidance of life or with a perspective on its meaning. If the deep truths physicists describe about the origin and functioning of the universe have little practical import and do not change our picture of the meaning of the universe and our place within it, then knowing them would not *count* as wisdom.”

—Robert Nozick (b. 1938)

“Mathematics ... would certainly have not come into existence if one had known from the beginning that there was in nature no exactly straight line, no *actual* circle, no absolute magnitude.”

—Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

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