Blinding

(a) The application of a loose layer of fine material to reduce surface voids.

Blinding

• (a.) Making blind or as if blind; depriving of sight or of understanding; obscuring; as, blinding tears; blinding snow. • (n.) A thin coating of sand and fine gravel over a newly paved road. See Blind, v. t., 4. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Blind
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Blinding

[cryptography] In cryptography, blinding is a technique by which an agent can provide a service to (i.e., compute a function for) a client in an encoded form without knowing either the real input or the real output. Blinding techniques also have applications to preventing side-channel attacks on encryption devices. More precisely, Alice has...
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Blinding

Blind'ing adjective Making blind or as if blind; depriving of sight or of understanding; obscuring; as, blinding tears; blinding snow.
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Blinding

Blind'ing noun A thin coating of sand and fine gravel over a newly paved road. See Blind , transitive verb , 4.
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Blinding

A lack of awareness of a subject's treatment group. Double-blinding is blinding of assessor as well as subject.
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blinding

a method of conducting clinical trials in which participants do not know who is taking an experimental treatment, a standard (control) treatment, or a placebo. In a blinded study, the volunteers do not know what treatment (if any) they are receiving. In a double-blind study, neither the volunteers nor the researchers administering the treatment kno...
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Blinding

Blinding is British slang for marvellous, great, very good.
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Blinding

Blinding is not telling someone what treatment a person has received or, in some cases, the outcome of their treatment. This is to avoid them being influenced by this knowledge. The person who is blinded could be either the person being treated or the researcher assessing the effect of the treatment (single blind), or both of these people (double b...
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Blinding

Fine stone and dust mixture.
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Blinding

If something is a blinding success
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blinding

In a scientific experiment, a blind is where some of the people involved are prevented from knowing certain information that might lead to conscious or subconscious bias on their part, making the results not completely accurate.
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Blinding

The poor surface condition of an apparently sound printing plate causing a substandard image.
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Blinding

The process of preventing those involved in a trial from knowing to which comparison group a particular participant belongs.
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