stack model

stack model

[′stak ‚mäd·əl]
(computer science)
A model for describing the run-time execution of programs written in block-structured languages, consisting of a program component, which remains unchanged throughout the execution of the program; a control component, consisting of an instruction pointer and an environment pointer; and a stack of records containing all the data the program operates on.
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Performance of the proposed stack model is compared with the individual models like random forest, generalized boosted regression modelling, linear discriminant analysis, support vector machines and the proposed stacking model performs better based on the performance measures like accuracy, sensitivity and specificity.
Stack models together and combine with random forests.
As part of a system model, a PEM fuel cell stack model is presented for functional tests and pre-calibration of control units on hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) test benches.
The Flex Stack model at the show will be a five-layer, 16-in.
Most small to medium-size providers build their networks with a 'rack and stack model,' which limits network capacity and scalability, and complicates network deployment and maintenance.
The PSC1000's unique merged stack-register architecture is also very efficient for executing languages such as C and C++ as these are generally implemented on a stack model.
Most of the other programs can be described either as books on CD or as HyperCard stack models for conducting workshops.
A key use of the high-fidelity cell and stack models is to provide a framework for interpreting experimental data and estimating key model parameters using model-based mathematical techniques
Several stack models are available in widths from 16 to 100 in.
When a company builds variants of the popular 1911 design in both single-action and a proprietary action--the LDA--plus single- and double stack models in full-size, midsize and compact variations and offers a broad range of finish options, there is a lot of potential for new model introductions.