Definition of Collisions. Meaning of Collisions. Synonyms of Collisions

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Definition of Collisions

Collision
Collision Col*li"sion, n. [L. collisio, fr. collidere. See Collide.] 1. The act of striking together; a striking together, as of two hard bodies; a violent meeting, as of railroad trains; a clashing. 2. A state of opposition; antagonism; interference. The collision of contrary false principles. --Bp. Warburton. Sensitive to the most trifling collisions. --W. Irving. Syn: Conflict; clashing; encounter; opposition.

Meaning of Collisions from wikipedia

- conserved in inelastic collisions (as it is for elastic collisions), but one cannot track the kinetic energy through the collision since some of it is converted...
- building. Traffic collisions often result in injury, death, and property damage. A number of factors contribute to the risk of collisions, including vehicle...
- deaths resulting from collisions with structures such as power lines, towers and wind turbines (see Bird–skys****er collisions and Towerkill). Bird strikes...
- 2019-08-17. "Meaningful Collisions", attack scenarios for exploiting cryptographic hash collisions Fast MD5 and MD4 Collision Generators - Bishop Fox...
- Members of a collision domain may be involved in collisions with one another. Devices outside the collision domain do not have collisions with those inside...
- million lightweight motor vehicle collisions in the US, 1 million involved animal-vehicle collisions. Deer–vehicle collisions lead to about 200 human deaths...
- function, which might cause hash collisions where the hash function generates the same index for more than one key. Such collisions must be accommodated in some...
- States Congress as Rules to prevent Collisions at Sea. An act fixing certain rules and regulations for preventing collisions on the water. 29 April 1864, ch...
- could find collisions in SHA-0 in 239 operations. Another attack in 2008 applying the boomerang attack brought the complexity of finding collisions down to...
- beams, but it can also use beams of heavy ions: Lead–lead collisions and proton-lead collisions are typically done for one month per year. The aim of the...
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