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**Marching squares**— is a computer graphics algorithm that generates contours for a two dimensional scalar field (rectangular array of individual numerical values). A similar method can be used to contour 2D triangle meshes. The contours can be of two kinds: Isolines …22

**UnShuffle sort**— is a sort algorithm. IntroductionThe UnShuffle Sort is a distribution or merge sort which was developed by Art S. Kagel. UnShuffle is most efficient when sorting data which exhibits low entropy, in effect where the data is well ordered or… …23

**Mix network**— This article is about cryptographic concept. For the social network, see The Mix Network. Simple decryption mix net. Messages are encrypted under a sequence of public keys. Each mix node removes a layer of encryption using its own private key.… …24

**Chip Template Engine**— Infobox Software name = Chip Template Engine developer = Mike A. Leonetti latest release version = 0.31 latest release date = 16th August 2006 genre = Template engine license = LGPL website = [http://code.divineaspirations.net/chip… …25

**Lead management**— is a term used in general business practice to describe methodologies, systems, and practices designed to generate new potential business clientele, generally operated through a variety of marketing techniques. Lead management facilitates a… …26

**Numerical continuation**— is a method of computing approximate solutions of a system of parameterized nonlinear equations, The parameter λ is usually a real scalar, and the solution an n vector. For a fixed parameter value λ,, maps Euclidean n space into itself. Often the …27

**Examples of generating functions**— The following examples are in the spirit of George Pólya, who advocated learning mathematics by doing and re capitulating as many examples and proofs as possible. The purpose of this article is to present common tricks of the trade in context, so …28

**Chaum mixes**— Generally considered the father of anonymous communications, David Chaum first proposed a system for anonymous email in 1981. The system he proposed used a special mail server, called a Mix, to process email.A Mix is a computer that mediates… …29

**Dynamic Markov compression**— (DMC) is a lossless data compression algorithm developed by Gordon Cormack and Nigel Horspool [1]. It uses predictive arithmetic coding similar to prediction by partial matching (PPM), except that the input is predicted one bit at a time (rather… …30

**Dominance order**— Example of dominance ordering of partitions of n. Here, n = 6, nodes are partitions of 6, edges indicate that the upper node dominates the lower node. While this particular partial ordering is graded, this is not true for the dominance ordering… …