1. Intricate

Complex or complicated. Difficult and detailed. Having a lot of small parts that are arranged in a complicated or delicate way. Hard to understand and work process. You use intricate to describe something that has many small parts or details. Intricate things are complex and have many elements. Complex or having many details.

2. Authorise

Give permission for, or approval to. Permit allow, aggree to or approve, endorse or validate. Mandate or commission.

3. Mistakenly

In a mistaken way, or wrongly. In error or incorrectly, falsely, by mistake, by accident or accidentally. if someone is mistaken, they are wrong about something. mistaken about: He may have been mistaken about what he saw. sadly mistaken: If you think I’m going to help, you’re sadly mistaken. Based on error; wrong: a mistaken view of the situation.

4. Hexadecimal

relating to or using a system of numerical notation that has 16 rather than 10 as its base.

“a string of hexadecimal characters”. Hexadecimal describes a base-16 number system. … We show the equivalence of binary, decimal, and hexadecimal numbers in the table below.

Hexadecimal is a convenient way to express binary numbers in modern computers in which a byte is almost always defined as containing eight binary digits. Hexadecimal refers to the base-16 number system, which consists of 16 unique symbols: the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters A.

5. Derived

Obtain something from a specified source. Obtain, get, take, to get something especially advantage.

6. Elliptic

Relation to, or shaped like an ellipse. Something that is elliptical has the shape of an ellipse.

7. Curve

a line that bends continuously and has no straight parts. Bend, turn, spiral,coil, curl. Circle, round, ringlet.

8. Authentic

Pure, origin, original, genuine, real. The adjective authentic describes something that is real or genuine and not counterfeit.

9. Identifier

A person or thing that identifies someone or something. Or a set of numbers, letters, or symbols that is used to represent a piece of data or a process in a computer …( 2) . A person who identifies with something or someone.

10. Algorithm

A process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. “a basic algorithm for division”.

11. Hash

A hashing algorithm is a cryptographic hash function. It is a mathematical algorithm that maps data of arbitrary size to a hash of a fixed size. It’s designed to be a one-way function, infeasible to invert. However, nowadays several hashing algorithms are being compromised.

come to agreement on something after lengthy and vigorous discussion.

“they met during the day to hash out the campaign’s reaction to the controversy”.

Hashing is used to index and retrieve items in a database because it is faster to find the item using the shorter hashed key than to find it using the original value. It is also used in many encryption algorithms.

A hash function is a mathematical function that converts an input value into a compressed numerical value – a hash or hash value. … The length of the output or hash depends on the hashing algorithm. Generally speaking, the most popular hashing algorithms or functions have a hash length ranging from 160 to 512 bits.

A hash is a function that converts one value to another. Hashing data is a common practice in computer science and is used for several different purposes. Examples include cryptography, compression, checksum generation, and data indexing.

(2) . What is the hash?

Hashish, or hash, is a drug made from the resin of the cannabis plant. It is consumed by smoking a small piece, typically in a pipe, bong, vaporizer or joint, or via oral ingestion (after decarboxylation). … Hashish was the primary form of cannabis used in Europe in 2008.

12. Disputes

A disagreement or argument. A dispute is an argument or disagreement between people or groups.