algorism


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algorism

1. the Arabic or decimal system of counting
2. the skill of computation using any system of numerals
3. another name for algorithm
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The algorism based on DC-CWT performed FFT with the feature matrix respectively after the images underwent DT-CWT transform so as to eliminate the impact of translation.
Christopher Page has also recently drawn our attention to the stimulus of developments in algorism and computus ('Ars Nova and Algorism', in his Discarding Images: Reflections on Music and Culture in Medieval France, Oxford, 1993, pp.
Nothing less than this appropriation strategy seems to be at work when Page interprets Johannes de Grocheio or the influence of algorism.
Adaptive antenna technique that combines radar beamforming transmission and adaptive array antenna reception with signal processing algorism for estimation of target direction, thereby achieving high angle resolution even with a smaller antenna compared with conventional one.
AI is not merely a computer algorism but a drastic change of ways to solve problems.
Three central chapters are: (2) ~The rise of the vernacular motet'; (3) ~Johannes de Grocheio, the litterati, and verbal subtilitas in the Ars Antiqua motet'; and (4) ~Ars Nova and algorism.