[ham-it] /ˈhæm ɪt/
[duh-sheel,, dash-eel] /dəˈʃil,, ˈdæʃ il/ (Show IPA), 1894–1961, U.S. writer of detective stories.
Dashiell. 1894–1961, US writer of detective novels. His books include The Maltese Falcon (1930) and The Thin Man (1932)
[ham] /hæm/ noun 1. an actor or performer who overacts. 2. an operator of an amateur radio station. verb (used with or without object), hammed, hamming. 3. to act with exaggerated expression of emotion; overact. Idioms 4. ham it up, to overact; ham. /hæm/ noun 1. the part of the hindquarters of a pig or […]
- Hamming code
algorithm Extra, redundant bits added to stored or transmitted data for the purposes of error detection and correction. Named after the mathematician Richard Hamming, Hamming codes greatly improve the reliability of data, e.g. from distant space probes, where it is impractical, because of the long transmission delay, to correct errors by requesting retransmission. [Detail? Connection […]
- Hamming distance
data The minimum number of bits that must be changed in order to convert one bit string into another. Named after the mathematician Richard Hamming. [Connection with Hamming code?]. (2002-07-02)
the queen, the daughter of Machir and sister of Gilead (1 Chr. 7:17, 18). Abiezer was one of her three children.