Some articles on bit, beasts, bits:
... The goal of Team Psykick was to capture the 4 sacred spirits, or "bit-beasts" from the world champion Beyblading team, the Bladebreakers ... He is trying to steal the 4 Bladebreakers sacred beasts to revive Zeo into a real boy ... Gideon) Gideon is the overseer of Team Psykick and the one who thought of the Cyber Bit-Beast project ...
... The goal of Team Psykick was to capture the 4 sacred spirits, or "bit-beasts" from the world champion Beyblading team, the Bladebreakers ... is trying to steal the 4 Bladebreakers sacred beasts to revive Zeo into a real boy ... the overseer of Team Psykick and the one who thought of the Cyber Bit-Beast project ...
... of marks was zero code suppression a form of bit stuffing, which set the least significant bit of each 8-bit byte transmitted to a 1 ... This bit was already unavailable due to robbed-bit signaling.) This avoided the need to modify the AMI code in any way, but limited available data rates ... with the G.703 and ISDN PRI standards which called for 64,000 bits per second, led to this system being superseded by B8ZS ...
... theory, include the natural digit also called a nat or nit and defined as log2 e (≈ 1.443) bits, where e is the base of the natural logarithms and the dit, ban, or hartley, defined ... Conversely, one bit of information corresponds to about ln 2 (≈ 0.693) nats, or log10 2 (≈ 0.301) hartleys ... define a binit as an arbitrary information unit equivalent to some fixed but unspecified number of bits ...
... The UNIVAC 1105 had either 8,192 or 12,288 words of 36 bit magnetic core memory, in two or three banks of 4,096 words each ... Fixed-point numbers had a one-bit sign and a 35-bit value, with negative values represented in ones' complement format ... Floating-point numbers had a one-bit sign, an eight-bit characteristic, and a 27-bit mantissa ...
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“In the black of desire
we rock and grunt, grunt and
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