25th November 2019

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# What is the most significant bit and least significant bit?

In computing, the

**most significant bit**(MSB, also called the high-order**bit**) is the**bit**position in a binary number having the greatest value. The MSB is sometimes referred to as the left-**most bit**due to the convention in positional notation of writing more**significant**digits further to the left.What is LSB technique?

**Least Significant Bit algorithm**for image steganography. The

**LSB**is the lowest significant bit in the byte value of the image pixel. The

**LSB**based image steganography embeds the secret in the least significant bits of pixel values of the cover image (CVR).

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## Where is the most significant bit?

The

**most significant bit**(MSB) is the**bit**in a multiple-**bit**binary number with the largest value. This is usually the**bit**farthest to the left, or the**bit**transmitted first in a sequence. For example, in the binary number 1000, the MSB is 1, and in the binary number 0111, the MSB is 0.2

## What is the meaning of most significant digit and least significant digit?

Sometimes abbreviated as LSD, the

**least significant digit**is the lowest**digit**in a number, located at the far right of a string. For example, in the number 2006, the "6" is the**least significant digit**.3

## How many things can be represented using 8 bits?

Sometimes you hear a group of four bits called a nibble. The largest number you can represent with 8 bits is 11111111, or 255 in decimal notation. Since 00000000 is the smallest, you can represent

**256 things**with a byte. (Remember, a bite is just a pattern.4

## What is full form of MSB?

Glossary Term: MSB. Definition.

**Most-significant bit**. In a binary number, the MSB is the most weighted bit in the number. Typically, binary numbers are written with the MSB in the left-most position; the LSB is the furthest-right bit.6

## How many different values can be represented by 6 bits?

Binary number representation

Length of Bit String (b) | Number of Possible Values (N) |
---|---|

5 | 32 |

6 | 64 |

7 | 128 |

8 | 256 |

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## What is a MSB?

A money

**services**business (**MSB**) is a legal term used by financial regulators to describe businesses that transmit or convert money. The definition was created to encompass more than just banks which normally provide these**services**to include non-bank financial institutions.8

## How many different numbers can be represented with 4 bits?

In hexadecimal notation, 4 bits (a nibble) are represented by a single digit. There is obviously a problem with this since 4 bits gives

**16**possible combinations, and there are only 10 unique decimal digits, 0 to 9.9

## What is big endian and little endian?

**Big**-

**endian and little**-

**endian**are terms that describe the order in which a sequence of bytes are stored in computer memory.

**Big**-

**endian**is an order in which the "

**big**end" (most significant value in the sequence) is stored first (at the lowest storage address).

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## What does MSB stand for?

MSB

Acronym | Definition |
---|---|

MSB | Most Significant Bit |

MSB | McDonough School of Business (Georgetown University) |

MSB | Most Significant Byte (multiple byte sequences) |

MSB | Money Services Business (non-bank financial institution) |

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## What is the acronym of bit?

A

**bit**(short for binary digit) is the smallest unit of data in a**computer**. A**bit**has a single binary value, either 0 or 1. Although**computers**usually provide instructions that can test and manipulate**bits**, they generally are designed to store data and execute instructions in**bit**multiples called bytes.12

## What does LSB stand for in computer terms?

LSB | Least Significant Bit Academic & Science » Electronics -- and more |
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LSB | Linux Standard Base Computing » General -- and more |

LSB | Least Significant Byte Computing » Networking |

LSB | Low Surface Brightness Academic & Science » Astronomy |

LSB | Lower SideBand Governmental » Military -- and more |

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## What is an MSB in insurance?

Marshall & Swift/Boeckh (

**MSB**) is the leading provider of building cost information, residential and commercial analytics solutions and book of business management services for the property**insurance**companies, financial services organizations and government entities.14

## What is LSB steganography?

Least Significant Bit Embeddings (

**LSB**) are a general**steganographic**technique that may be employed to embed data into a variety of digital media, but one of the most studied applications is using**LSB**embedding to hide one image inside another.15

## What is image steganography?

Abstract:

**Steganography**is the process of hiding a secret message within a larger one in such a way that someone can not know the presence or contents of the hidden message. The purpose of**Steganography**is to maintain secret communication between two parties. It is the object that will 'carry' the hidden message.16

## Is stenography still used?

**Stenography**, in short, is the act of recording spoken words through shorthand using a stenotype machine. Although today's court reporters may use a variety of advanced technologies to record written proceedings,

**stenography still**remains the most widely

**used**form, both in and out of the courtroom.

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## What is Steghide?

**Steghide**is a steganography program that is able to hide data in various kinds of image- and audio-files. The color- respectivly sample-frequencies are not changed thus making the embedding resistant against first-order statistical tests. The current version is 0.5.1.

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## What is the average salary of a stenographer?

Average Salary & Benefits. Stenographers earned average annual salaries of

**$53,710**, according to the BLS. The middle half made between $35,070 and $69,000 per year. And the bottom 10 percent made less than $26,100 annually.19

## How long do you have to go to school to be a stenographer?

Step 2: Complete an Associate's Degree Program. You typically need

**33 months**to become a court stenographer. Many community colleges and technical schools offer extended associate's degree programs in court stenography that last three years rather than two.