information rate


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information rate

[‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚rāt]
(communications)
The information content generated per symbol or per second by an information source.
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For simplicity, we only consider the multi-access efficiency which is the ratio of usable information rate to the total information rate and ignore the specific multi-access scheme in the simulation.
According to definition of information rate, direct computation is rather hard for arbitrary fading MIMO channels [5, 6].
Again, due to the fact that the NC scheme demands each message to have a larger information rate, it may cause higher probability of incorrect decoding than the DT scheme.
Robert Maher, Alex Alvarado, Domanig Lavery & Polina Bayvel, 'Increasing the information rates of optical communications via coded modulation: a study of transceiver performance' was published in Scientific Reports on Thursday 11th February 2016.
Hence, the information-theoretic quantity of interest is the iud information rate defined as the information rate between [X.sup.n] and when the symbols [X.sub.k] are independent and uniformly distributed (iud):
Internet subscriptions of medium-sized businesses and enterprises would typically involve a committed information rate (CIR), which already serves as the minimum speed that an ISP is compelled to provide them based on the service-level agreement (SLA) between the two parties.
GL question whether it is possible to support teachers based on the information RATE provides.
In addition, it provides tiered Committed Information Rate (CIR) plans that mean Intelsat distribution partners can offer unique and tailored services to the air transport sector.
Emerging theory of compressive sampling (CS) allows us to project random measurements of signal of interest so that we can sample the signal at information rate rather than its ambient data rate.
(2006) [7] proposed a new blind single-input single-output (SISO) deconvolution method based on the minimization of the mutual information rate of the deconvolved output.
"Despite those variations, there is a tendency to regulate the information rate, as shown by a strong negative correlation between the syllabic rate and the information density," he said.
The study, "A cross-linguistic perspective on speech information rate," to be published in the September 2011 issue of the journal Language, is co-authored by Francois Pellegrino, Christophe Coupe, and Egidio Marsico.

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