input block

input block

[′in‚pu̇t ‚bläk]
(computer science)
A block of data read or transferred into a computer.
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The original Pixel phones were plagued by microphone problems and some users reported complete audio input block. Google later offered to replace the affected handsets under warranty.
He urged passengers to abide by baggage allowance which is two pieces of baggage each with a maximum weight of 23 kilogram (50 lbs: Input Block Size) and one piece with a maximum weight of 7 kg kilogram.
The training process of the architectures N[N.sub.j], 1 [less than or equal to] j [less than or equal to] m, is organized such that the resulting memories encode the associations of the type (input block, sample mean), the purpose being the noise removal according to the method presented in the previous section.
In the primary round, only the round key XOR with the input block and somehow the input whitening action is performed in this turn, therefore this round is not considered in counting the number of rounds.
To create a return path for the IF current, a quarter wavelength open-ended stub at [f.sub.IF] was placed in shunt with the microstrip line at the end of the input block. The distance between the stub and the microstrip gap was chosen such that it looks sufficiently small at [f.sub.IF].
The relay module output block length is not the same as its input block length when it's set to discard data.
Then we construct input block Hankel matrices [U.sub.p] and [U.sub.f] using the process input and output data as follows,
Our algorithm employs eight AC coefficients of the input block as edge oriented features.
The transmitter's discrete input block can communicate the status of any of the inputs, or the results of any of the twenty logic equations, to other devices on the bus or to the host.