one-dimensional array

one-dimensional array

[¦wən də¦men·chən·əl ə′rā]
(computer science)
A group of related data elements arranged in a single row or column.
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In this storage technique, a one-dimensional array (AD(I)) and a bandwidth of two-dimensional array (AU(J,I)) are employed to storage diagonal elements and the elements in the right-upper triangle respectively.
Because a waveform recorded by a digital AE system is a one-dimensional array, whose elements are signal values at the sensor input at the discrete set of time points, the spectrogram calculated on its basis is a two-dimensional array, whose elements correspond to combinations of time and frequency values, pertaining to some discrete sets.
Exhibit 1 uses a one-dimensional array formula on payroll information to calculate the average pay of each employee and the global average of all employees.
A Translate from Dynamic Data VI follows next, which changes the data type from dynamic data to a one-dimensional array. This is the type of input expected by the Index Array VI, which outputs the scalar value of only the first array element.
The number of cell sites required in a one-dimensional array (as along a highway) is then 1/1.44, or 70 percent of the required nonimproved cell sites.
Each fish record contains a one-dimensional array. Each cell contains a tally that corresponds to successive centimeter intervals.
The faint-object spectrograph, for instance, contains two detectors that share a one-dimensional array of diodes to record the intensity of light at particular wavelengths.
x is a one-dimensional array that accepts a succession of waveform sample values from the square-wave generation method.
The linear T/R module supports a one-dimensional array, while the planar T/R module design supports a two-dimensional array.
The dip at the center of the band, which grows stronger as with increasing anisotropy, reflects the fact that, in the limits [lambda] [much greater than] 1 and [lambda] [right arrow] 0, the system approaches an array of decoupled chains with the consequence that the optical properties and the density of states become characteristic of one-dimensional arrays [1, 2].
(B3) Process the result in two one-dimensional arrays "X" and "Y" of length "l".
In this paper, densely packed one-dimensional arrays of silver nanoparticles were fabricated on large scale by depositing gas-phase generated nanoparticles with controlled size on block copolymer self-assembled templates.