majority element

majority element

[mə′jär·əd·ē ′el·ə·mənt]
(computer science)
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In order to demonstrate this algorithm, we consider the case of threshold majority element, when:
The results of calculations, of the probability of error Q threshold majority element, according to the algorithm (6) are presented in Table 1.
From (11), taking into account the non-negativity values A ([q.sub.i]), it is clear that: increasing the number of inputs in the threshold majority element (if only probability of errors on these inputs is not equal 0.5), leads to monotonous decrease on exhibitor even when it is the minimal upper bound probability of incorrect recognition.
The land is bounded by Dumbarton Road to the South, Church Street to the West, University Place to the North and the residual, majority element of the Western Infirmary to the East upon which the expansion of the University Campus will be developed.
The two questions rejected by lawmakers were about the introduction of a majority element in the voting system and whether to make it compulsory to cast a ballot.
We call majority element the integer that appears a majority number
mathematical pattern about the relation between the majority element and
The stark truth is that our struggle is with both the BHB and the majority element on the bookmakers' committee, who were complicit in agreeing to the ten per cent charge in the first instance.
He argues that mercenaries, whether or not part of the familia, comprised the majority element in armies as opposed to strictly feudal troops and that scutage - money paid in lieu of military service - was perhaps the feudal system's most significant contribution to Anglo-Norman forces in this period'.
We present here three well-known string-processing examples: the telegram problem, the longest-upsequence problem, and the majority element problem.
The majority element of a multiset M is an element occurring more than card(m)/2 times in the multiset.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said he is "utterly disappointed" by a voting in Parliament in which MPs rejected two of the three questions to be put forward in a referendum on election rules.Lawmakers on Tuesday voted against most of the proposals of President Rosen Plevneliev, who demanded that citizens should have their say on the introduction of majority elements in the electoral system, compulsory voting, and remote electronic voting.