conventional algorithm

conventional algorithm

[kən′ven·chən·əl ′al·gə‚rith·əm]
(communications)
A cryptographic algorithm in which the enciphering and deciphering keys are easily derivable from each other, or are identical, and both must be kept secret.
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The conventional algorithm performs 3D-FFT operations on the data cube in the time (range) domain, the ramp (chirp) domain, and the array domain.
It is important to mention that Tables 3-5 are illustrating how the uncertainty of the stability in flight control is modeled better than using the conventional GA, as in all cases the mean and the standard deviation are below the conventional algorithm. Also the precision in control is better as mentioned above and the T-value presents a significant difference in the data which show also T-values such as 9.65, 11.57, and 8.18 in the above T-test and this means an important difference.
Section 3 presents the design of the boost converter, the conventional algorithm, and the proposed algorithm.
With conventional algorithm, looking at the variation of RSS from either BTS; it is possible to tell that 4500 m is optimum area where handoff can take place.
The proposed recall algorithm slightly outperformed the conventional algorithm. Figure 7 shows the result in the case of K = 32.
Based on the simulations and analysis, the real-time algorithm has higher accuracy and better real-time capacity than the conventional algorithm.
The SkyScan 1276 also is the world's first in vivo microCT system with rapid helical scanning, and with unique InstaRecon technology to reconstruct images up to 8000x8000 pixels per slice, faster than any other conventional algorithm. Researchers will also benefit from easy system control by a user-friendly touchscreen and the ability to view and share images on any iOS or android mobile device.
AE-Tomography is a technique that identifies elastic wave velocity distribution and AE source locations by using arrival times of AE at receivers, and two-dimensional Q-Value AE-Tomography is structured on the basis of the conventional algorithm of the two-dimensional AE-Tomography.
The conventional algorithm might then describe the typical voter as a registered Democrat who voted in the last Republican primary.
The following transcript presents a whole-class discussion of two multiplication algorithms (i.e., partial products algorithm and conventional algorithm):
The computational complexity of the proposed algorithm was compared with that of its most comparably performing conventional algorithm (Gorriz et al.

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