signal distance

signal distance

[′sig·nəl ‚dis·təns]
(computer science)
The number of bits that are not the same in two binary words of equal length. Also known as hamming distance.
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"Self-oriented pronouns show ownership and responsibility while other-oriented pronouns can signal distance and lack of accountability."
He said that old radars can monitor red signal violations in case the car exceeds what is known as the imaginary line, a line before the signal distance of up to 50 meters, and if the driver drives through during a red light then the violation can be recorded immediately.
suggested to maximize the signal distance between each pair of fingerprints.
Moreover, the AWGN's are included to each of the multipath channel, to make the signal distance dependent as well as noisy, for the 3rd time slot.
These imperfections signal distance from computer-generated graphics and industrial fabrication, while they also suggest that such imperfections can also be deemed a style and re-created on demand--that graphic design can feed our human messiness back to us, pretending to take ourside.
First, the signal distance between the RSS vector observed by the mobile unit (2) and the RSS vectors in the database (1) is computed.
The variables [DELTA][l.sup.f.sub.1](*) and [DELTA][l.sup.f.sub.2] (*) are signal distance of the exterior reflection and interior reflection, respectively.
Packet ONP uses digital coherent technology with DP-QPSK optical modulation to boost the optical signal distance by digitally compensating for waveform distortions.
Koseska-Toszewa 1974; Koseska-Toszewa 1977; Spasov 2002; Spasov 2003), which are available mainly in the third person, and also signal distance. (15) Indicatively, diachronic evidence shows that the loss of the auxiliary started out with the loss of the third person before spreading onto the entire paradigm in languages such as Russian (cf.
Many revisit established strategies for the translation of vernacular language, including standardization, substitution of a source-language variety with a target-language one, or the creation of an ad hoc variant to signal distance from the standard.
He said: "He is somewhere off South Australia, within mobile phone signal distance of land.
Each of these varieties has trade-offs between signal distance and speed and the difference in symmetry of upstream and downstream transmission.