block sequence

block sequence

[′bläk ‚sē·kwəns]
(metallurgy)
A procedure by which a continuous multiple-pass joint is completed by alternating the deposition of intermittent cross-sectional buildup and intervening lengths of weld metal.
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[2] investigated the influence of block sequence on the morphological behavior of polystyrene-b-polybutadiene-b-poly(2-vinyl pyridine) (SBV) and polybutadiene-b-polystyrene-fr-poly(2-vinyl pyridine) (BSV) triblock copolymers, concluding that block sequence is decisive for morphology development.
Therefore, the molecule structure such as chain segments, block ratio, and block sequence becomes a dominant influencing factor on aggregation behavior.
Along the whole journey, the railcars of the same train reach their destinations (some following train yards) successively, the order of the existing destinations is usually regarded as a block sequence, and the complexity of the operational process at each following train yard is influenced by the railcar sequence on the outbound train, which is already determined at the former classification yard.
Opcode encoder, as the first-level of HDN's hierarchical structure, learns a method block embedding by encoding it with LSTM, then method encoder as the second-level can learn and detect malware through method block sequence with another LSTM.
When it is convenient, we also denote a layered permutation by the sequence of lengths of its blocks using a "hat" to denote when the corresponding block is an antilayer, and we call this sequence, the block sequence or the block decomposition of the permutation, e.g., the permutation [sigma] = (321457689) has block decomposition (3,[??],2, [??]).
6(b) due to block losses during two links switch, which also increases the block sequence number difference.
For example, as shown in Figure 3, old block sequence is <m, A, n, B, k, C>, and new block sequence is <h, B, i, C, j, A>.
Surprisingly, this relationship is not repeated between alternating and block presentations if the block sequence is reversed, i.e.
In subsequent tests, they saw alternating presentations of the previous block sequence and a sequence going in the opposite direction.
The T submatrix of each block is updated using Rule 1 noting that the starting time of the block is now known (from all the trucks which must precede this block in the optimum block sequence produced by the decomposition rule).
Each block includes a block sequence number, block data, and 1 byte for the Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC-8) data for error checking.
Since [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a block sequence, we have [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] mod [2.sup.i].