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Bit

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Bit (indeclinabile) in informatica est magnitudo datorum quantitatis aut informationis minima mensura ratione systematis numerici binarii. Nomen est portmanteau ex binis vocabulis, binaris digitus, contractum.[1][2]

Biti multipli
SI praefixum IEC praefixum
Nomen Signum Sensus Nomen Signum Sensus
Kilobit kbit 103 bit Kibibit Kibit 210 bit
Megabit Mbit 106 bit Mebibit Mibit 220 bit
Gigabit Gbit 109 bit Gibibit Gibit 230 bit
Terabit Tbit 1012 bit Tebibit Tibit 240 bit
Petabit Pbit 1015 bit Pebibit Pibit 250 bit
Exabit Ebit 1018 bit Exbibit Eibit 260 bit
Zettabit Zbit 1021 bit Zebibit Zibit 270 bit
Yottabit Ybit 1024 bit Yobibit Yibit 280 bit

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Abramson, Normannus. 1963. Information theory and coding. McGraw-Hill.
  • Bush, Vannevar. 1936. "Instrumental analysis". Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society. 42 (10): 649–669
  • Mackenzie, Carolus. 1980. Coded Character Sets, History and Development: The Systems Programming Series. Ed. 1a.

Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Vocabula computatralia.
  2. Coded Character Sets, History and Development (1 ed.). Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.. 1980. p. x. ISBN 978-0-201-14460-4  [1]

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