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Erasure may refer to:

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Science and technology[edit]

  • Data erasure, a method of software-based overwriting that completely destroys all electronic data
  • Erasure channel, a communication channel model wherein errors are described as erasures
  • Erasure code, a forward error correction (FEC) code for the binary erasure channel
  • Type erasure, a process by which explicit type annotations are removed from a program
  • Zeroisation, a process of erasing sensitive data stored electronically by overwriting it

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