submodule

submodule

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(mathematics)
A subset N of a module M over a ring R such that, if x and y are in N and a is in R, then x + y and ax are in N, so that N is also a module over R.
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A removal can also occur if a VM crashes; in this case, if the Auto-repair submodule is enabled, it will take care of the correct removal of the VM according to the following procedure:
The preprocessing module consists in three submodules: a submodule that contains the implementations of tone mapping algorithms, another which contains the control parameters for the algorithms and a submodule that computes the current luminance matrix.
When presenting the information from a submodule, for example, NewsBot, Alana determined whether to keep or change the topic based on user feedback.
SAP is fully equipped to deal with this requirement through its "profit center accounting" submodule, which seamlessly integrates with financial accounting.
A multimedia SOC chip usually contains a MCU and three additional submodules: (1) image signal processing (ISP) submodule that performs functions such as noise filtering; (2) codec submodule that compresses video/audio frames to decrease frame sizes; (3) networking protocol submodule that transmits multimedia stream via streaming protocols like RTSP (real-time streaming protocol).
A submodule X of M is called a fully invariant submodule of M if, for any f [member of] S, we have f(X) [subset] X.
On the other hand, a copy of the container terminal gate entity is generated by the same module and sent to the next submodule at the Duplicate exit point by combining the Route and Station modules.
Hence, many MMC submodule topologies are developed based on the half bridge MMC, such as full bridge SMs [6] and clamp-double SMs [7].
PDM is the submodule of the Electric Power System (EPS), responsible for the conversion of the PDB voltage level into the lower voltage levels and for distributing it to loads.
Moreover, the future Basel III* market risk framework will also comprise a separate submodule for default risks (which does not exist under Solvency II), but no concentration risk module.
the RTL schematic has an addition of Counter submodule which is used to keep track on the number of cycles that has passed.