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Princeton's WordNet

  1. completenessnoun

    the state of being complete and entire; having everything that is needed

  2. completenessnoun

    (logic) an attribute of a logical system that is so constituted that a contradiction arises if any proposition is introduced that cannot be derived from the axioms of the system

Wiktionary

  1. completenessnoun

    the state or condition of being complete

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Completenessnoun

    Perfection; the state of being complete.

    Etymology: from complete.

    I cannot allow their wisdom such a completeness and inerrability, as to exclude myself. Charles I .

    These parts go to make up the completeness of any subject. Isaac Watts, Logick.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Completenessnoun

    the state of being complete

Freebase

  1. Completeness

    In cryptography, a boolean function is said to be complete if the value of each output bit depends on all input bits. This is a desirable property to have in an encryption cipher, so that if one bit of the input is changed, every bit of the output has an average of 50% probability of changing. The easiest way to show why this is good is the following: consider that if we changed our 8-byte plaintext's last byte, it would only have any effect on the 8th byte of the ciphertext. This would mean that if the attacker guessed 256 different plaintext-ciphertext pairs, he would always know the last byte of every 8byte sequence we send. Finding out 256 plaintext-ciphertext pairs is not hard at all in the internet world, given that standard protocols are used, and standard protocols have standard headers and commands which the attacker can safely guess. On the other hand, if our cipher has this property, the attacker would need to collect 264 plaintext-ciphertext pairs to crack the cipher in this way.

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

  1. completeness

    The joint operation plan review criterion for assessing whether operation plans incorporate major operations and tasks to be accomplished and to what degree they include forces required, deployment concept, employment concept, sustainment concept, time estimates for achieving objectives, description of the end state, mission success criteria, and mission termination criteria.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of completeness in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of completeness in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of completeness in a Sentence

  1. Jo Avelyn Grey:

    My favorite part of the process is just now starting really, I am just now getting to the point where when I look in the mirror who I see is more woman than man and that is super exciting! there is this feeling of completeness and connectedness with my body that is slowly but surely creeping up on me. It is like nothing I have ever experienced.

  2. Trey Gowdy:

    This confirms doubts about the completeness of Clinton’s self-selected public record and raises serious questions about Hillary Clinton decision to erase Hillary Clinton personal server — especially before it could be analyzed by an independent, neutral third party arbiter.

  3. Randall Moore:

    If it's an acute problem, even though telemedicine doesn't have the completeness of being in person, the value is exponentially higher.

  4. Dean Lomax:

    The size and the completeness together is what makes it truly exceptional.

  5. Richard Jordan:

    Grace is not against good works It simply does not bless on the basis of good works. We receive blessing from God based solely on the merits of His Son--blessings freely given to us in Christ and nowhere else. The completeness that is in Christ mean deliverance from trying to 'be good' and 'do right' in order to be accepted by God.

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