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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The two most widely used techniques of reverse conversion are the Mixed Radix Conversion (MRC) and Chinese Remainder Theorem (CRT) and Gbolagade, 2009; Gbolagade 2009).
The two methods used to convert RNS to weighted systems are the Mixed Radix Conversion (MRC) and the Chinese Remainder Theorem (CRT).
(2016) Mixed Radix Conversion based RSA Encryption System, International Journal of Computer Application (IJCA), 150, 43-47.
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.sup.2] and Radix-[2.sup.3] module combinations.
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.
Definition 4.5 A mixed radix notation system based on a spatiotemporal information system is a triple M= {STIS, m, < [w.sub.1], [w.sub.2], ..., [w.sub.m] >}, where
m, called the number of bit for the mixed radix notation system, is denoted by m = [absolute value of A] ;
< [w.sub.1], [w.sub.2], ..., [w.sub.m] >, called the weight set of bit for the mixed radix notation system, each element [w.sub.i] is defined as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].