ⓘ Dyadic Encoding is a form of binary encoding defined by Smullyan commonly used in computational complexity theory 1s and 2s that is bijective and has the techni ..

                                     

ⓘ Dyadic Encoding

Dyadic Encoding is a form of binary encoding defined by Smullyan commonly used in computational complexity theory 1s and 2s that is bijective and has the "technical advantage, not shared by binary, of setting up a one-to-one correspondence between finite strings and numbers."

Coding dyadic works, using the recursive definition of concatenation of strings of 1S and 2s together using the following formula.

  • Dya2n + 2 = dyan2 Even numbers.
  • Dya2n + 1 = dyan1 Odd numbers.
  • Dya0 = ξ empty string.

For example:

The numerical value N {\the style property display value n} of rows of D K ⋯ D 2 D 1 {\the style property display the value of d_{K}\cdots d_{2}d_{1}} D I ∈ { 1, 2 } {\the style property display the value of d_{I}\in \lbrace 1.2\rbrace } is determined by P = D K ⋅ 2 K − 1 D 2 ⋅ D 2 1 {\the style property display the value of h=d_{K}\cDOT 2^{K-1} \ldots d_{2}\cDOT 2 d_{1}}. As the above recursive construction implies that every natural number is uniquely represented in this case.

                                     
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