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In order to fully exploit the performance gains of 3D MIMO employing frequency division duplexing, there is the need to design an optimal 3D codebook which takes the elevation channel state information into consideration.
This makes it possible to capture compact and discriminative codebook with smaller dimension effectively and efficiently.
If n is the number of bits per samples used to encode, the size of the codebook is N = [2.
It is due to the fact that pattern matching unit of an SI system consumes most of the time during evaluating codebook of each registered speaker for similarity measure with the test speech sample (Afzal et al.
Telegrams, codebooks, love letters, the submarine commander's war log, depositions, interrogation reports--all of it.
This provides students 3 months of online access to all course material as well as the industry ICD-9-CM codebook.
The resulted centroids are gathered in a codebook and saved for further reference.
1 in any Hibs fan's codebook for a derby is to indulge in taunting your rivals.
A dark coloring between the neurons corresponds to a large distance and thus a gap between the codebook values in the input space.
Among the topics are image representation using a sparsely sampled codebook for super-resolution, a survey of computational models of visual attention, techniques based on computer vision for detecting surface defects in apples, detecting cancer from microscopic biopsy images using image processing tools, automatic magnetic resonance imaging brain image segmentation using a gravitational search-based clustering technique, and a survey of medical image compression techniques and comparative analysis.
From Indian Vultures to Chinese bees and from recycling miracles in the soil to the abundant genetic codebook underpinning our food and pharmaceutical needs, Nature provides the 'ecosystem services' that underlie our economies.