mixed radix


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mixed radix

[′mikst ′rā·diks]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to a numeration system using more than one radix, such as the biquinary system.
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In this context, Lin and Lee [7], Fu and Ampadu [8] presented a 64/128 point FFT/IFFT processor based on mixed radix decomposition for up to four independent data sequences.
Furthermore, the mixed radix approach allows FFT processor of size N to be constructed with various Radix-[2.
The presented architecture is based on mixed Radix structures to realize scalable architectures to any FFT size [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
One is that the algorithm breaks traditional thinking of generating candidate frequent itemsets, namely, it generates candidate frequent itemsets by updating the mixed radix numeral.
Keywords: spatiotemporal association patterns, star association model, granular computing, mixed radix notation system, spatiotemporal data mining
For discovering frequent spatiotemporal association patterns, it only needs to read the database once; and then it generates candidate frequent itemsets via updating the mixed radix numeral, where granular computing is introduced to save reading the spatiotemporal database.
5 A mixed radix notation system based on a spatiotemporal information system is a triple M= {STIS, m, < [w.
m, called the number of bit for the mixed radix notation system, is denoted by m = [absolute value of A] ;
m] >, called the weight set of bit for the mixed radix notation system, each element [w.
For example, for the spatiotemporal information system of table 1, we can get the following mixed radix notation system based on a spatiotemporal information system M = {STIS, 10, < 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 9, 8, 8, 8, 8>}.
1])M ; //a decimal integer i is turned into a mixed radix numeral [([[omega].