high-order

high-order

[′hī ¦ȯr·dər]
(computer science)
Pertaining to a digit location in a numeral, the leftmost digit being the highest-order digit.
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0: Scalable High-Order Simulation Codes is an open-source simulation-software package that delivers highly accurate solutions for a wide range of scientific applications including electromagnetics, quantum optics, fluid flow, thermal convection, combustion and magnetohydrodynamics.
Under this upgraded protocol, LTE devices can incorporate up to 8x8 MIMO (multiple input, multiple output), a high-order MIMO arrangement that enables the simultaneous transmission of eight downlink and eight uplink data streams to dramatically increase overall bitrate.
Inquiry-based instruction enhances high-order thinking skills, because students are required to utilize the top three levels of Bloom's (1956) taxonomy (synthesize, analyze, and evaluate) (Lebowitz, 1998).
On the other hand, using high-order schemes is a usual method to reduce the numerical dispersion error.
minimizing the risk of multiple (two fetuses or more) or high-order multiple (more than two fetuses) gestation.
In order to implement SIW filters higher than 40 GHz using the normal PCB process, one approach is to enlarge the size of the cavities but using the high-order modes.
The polynomialphase transform or the high-order ambiguity function (HAF) [9,10] or Polynomial Wigner-Ville distribution (PWVD) [14] can estimate the PPS parameters by one-dimensional search via multiple nonlinear operations on the received signal.
The guidelines were further refined as part of the societies' continuing efforts to reduce the number of high-order multiple pregnancies in which three or more embryos are implanted, Dr.
The solutions have enabled Sennheiser to developed tunable high-order filters whose pass bands are synchronised over a wide tuning range, without using an input low noise amplifier.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 15, 2007 - (JCN) - The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) announced their recent discovery that high-order fullerene C82 and metal-containing fullerene (both Nano-Carbons) can efficiently remove singlet oxygen (which causes oxidation).
Bounds on eigenvalues which are independent of both degrees of high-order elements and mesh sizes are shown for the system preconditioned by bilinear elements for high-order finite element discretizations applied to a model uniformly elliptic operator.
The last part contains downloadable lesson plans and problem-solving and decision-making activities that build on students' prior knowledge and promote inquiry to foster high-order thinking skills.

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