Noun(1) repetition of messages to reduce the probability of errors in transmission(2) the attribute of being superfluous and unneeded(3) (electronics(4) repetition of an act needlessly
(1) This level of redundancy exists not only at the component level, but also at the distribution level.(2) The helicopter systems and components have redundancy , the duplicated systems being installed on opposite sides of the fuselage.(3) The gap between rich and poor has widened and Brenda has seen people suddenly move from comfortable middle class lives to the poverty trap through redundancy or illness.(4) The task at hand in developing a new course curriculum for what is fast becoming a large amount of redundancy in the world of written word, is not undeliverable.(5) While a speaker may sometimes expose herself to censure on stylistic grounds for redundantly conveying the same information twice, redundancy does not normally lead to ungrammaticality.(6) the redundancy of 19th-century heavy plant machinery(7) The firm said it hoped many of the job losses would be through voluntary redundancy .(8) the factory's workers face redundancy(9) the redundancy of 19th-century heavy plant machinery(10) Without an understanding of where breakdowns and failures occur, redundancy is the insurance policy.(11) But they can't rule out the possibility of redundancy .(12) As I have been writing for years with stupefying redundancy - and obvious lack of success - this idea is a hoax.(13) Another thing I found limiting to the text was the redundancy of information across many of the chapters.(14) When it went into administration in May, more than 2,500 lost their jobs and there was fury that many were notified of their redundancy by phone text message.(15) Meanwhile, there are fears some temporary staff may be laid off this week and 45 trainee pilots are also facing immediate redundancy .(16) But they have offered just two weeks' redundancy , the statutory amount, 60% of which will be paid by the government.
(1) cyclic redundancy check :: gwiriad diswyddo cylchol
1. superfluity ::
2. unnecessariness ::
3. excess ::
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...choosing both stuffing and mashed
potatoes is a starch-filled REDUNDANCY.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 17
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