interblock

interblock

[′in·tər‚bläk]
(computer science)
A device or system that prevents one part of a computing system from interfering with another.
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HONG KONG, Aug 13, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - Paradise Entertainment Limited ("Paradise" or together with its subsidiaries as the "Group", SEHK: 1180), a leading provider of casino management services and electronic gaming equipment and systems in Macau, and INTERBLOCK d.d.
OKLAHOMA CITY The companies that make equipment used in Oklahoma's casinos have been eagerly awaiting an opportunity to move new dice-and-ball table game products into the state, representatives said.<br />"We will be entering the market and are very optimistic about bringing incremental value to the state based on the initial results of the products we currently have installed," said John Connelly, CEO of Interblock Gaming, based in Las Vegas.
Moreover, to prevent interblock interference (IBI) at both R and D, a Cyclic Prefix (CP) of length [L.sub.cp] [greater than or equal to] max{[L.sub.SD],[L.sub.SR],[L.sub.RD]} is inserted and discarded appropriately.
In addition, 32 samples symbols are used as cyclic prefixing to avoid the interblock interference.
The relationship between the blocks is determined by comparing the interblock SV regions.
Step 4: Generate a pseudo-noise sequence as the interblock sequence separately for horizontal and vertical information of the cover image with the respective length of the column vector of the secret image.
Each block lasted 20 s and was followed by a 20 s interblock interval.
Shi, [6] "JPEG Image Steganalysis Utilizing both Intrablock and Interblock Correlations", IEEE international Symposium on Circuits and Systems.
It not only acts as a guard interval that prevents interblock interference, but also plays a key role in the task of frequency domain equalization.
The novel feature of this method is to use approximate [l.sub.0] norm to promote interblock sparsity and the optimization problem is solved by a sequential procedure in conjunction with a conjugate-gradient method for fast reconstruction.
Two measures of intrablock density and interblock density are used for interpreting structure obtained from block modelling.