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Old 10-29-2003, 06:38 AM   #1
lugoteehalt
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Sampling bits of information in bigger and bigger pieces


Hi All,

Got asked this question (in a vaughly maths context):

'What would you call the process of sampling bits of information in
bigger
and bigger pieces. For example, if you would take a number sequence and
analyze the first two numbers of the sequence, and then the first
three,
the first four, etc. until the entire sequence has been assessed?'

Anyone think of anything? Thanks any help.
 
  


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