adaptive norm

adaptive norm

[ə′dap·tiv ′nȯrm]
(genetics)
The mix of genotypes of a well-adapted species or population.
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Zhang, "Adaptive Norm Selection for Regularized Image Restoration and Super-Resolution," IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, vol.
The developed L0L1SM-NLMS algorithm synthesizes the advantages of [l.sub.0]-norm and [l.sub.1] -norm penalties and serves as a dynamic adaptive norm constraint to give an [l.sub.0]-norm penalty on the large channel taps and to exert an [l.sub.1]-norm on the small channel taps.
Hence, there is little reason to anticipate selection for adaptive norms of reaction across multiple host plant species.

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