Binary Indicators-Termination Sequence
A pattern for writing down and recognition of binary integer numbers consisting of arbitrary count of bits

A binary indicators-termination sequence (BIT sequence) is the following binary sequence for a given unsigned integer:

– bits in reverse order of a binary sequence formed for the given unsigned integer by the following rules:

1) Each component number is in binary form and contains only significant bits ordered by significance ascendingly.

2) The given unsigned integer is a component of the sequence.

3) If the given unsigned integer is not zero, before that number the sequence contains a single bit set to zero. (termination)

4) Immediately after each component number with count of bits greater than one, a number, less by one than that count, follows as a component. (indicators)

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