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codebook

 [kōd´book]
a plan for data input that documents the location, or column number(s), and value for each variable and other information entered into a computer file.
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(5) The performance of the proposed codebooks is investigated under imperfect CSI estimation and correlated channel for both Rayleigh and Nakagami fading channels.
From each image in the training set (which will be generated within the cross-validation loop, see Classifier Design), 1,000 random patch descriptors were selected for building the L1 codebook using the standard k-means clustering, with [K.sub.1] = 128 clusters.
In this section, we detail how to model the relationship between two words from two codebooks. Suppose we have n training videos named Dsa = [{([h.sup.sta.sub.i], [l.sub.i])}.sup.n.sub.i=1] and [D.sup.mot.sub.tr] = [{([h.sup.mot.sub.i], [l.sub.i])}.sup.n.sub.i=1] captured from static feature and motion feature individually.
In the given example, the proposed model, which, besides the adaptation to the variance, uses switching technique for adaptation to the distribution of speech signal, provides higher SQNR for all frame lengths, considering different number of codebooks, in relation to the models designed for the speech source with Laplacian and Gaussian distribution function when the adaptation is performed only to the variance of the signal (Table iii-Table V).
We used Linde-Buzo-Gray (LBG) clustering algorithm to construct codebooks of registered speakers for each type of combination of features studied in a study undertaken by (Bei and Gray 1985).
This paper explores the relationships among the vocabulary sizes, classification performance, and universality of codebooks. Specifically, we conduct kNN classification experiments on three image databases with 6 representative vocabulary sizes.
Colin Grazier drowned after rescuing secret Enigma codebooks
generally accepted accounting principles are different than international financial reporting standards, so there are different codebooks for each, depending upon which regulations you're reporting under.
26, differences between Class1 and Class2 codebooks are discussed.
They took all of the enemy soldiers prisoner, destroyed their weapons, recovered codebooks and returned to England seven hours after setting out.
(2) Employ unsupervised classification to classify the extracted features, generate codebooks and encode images following the codebooks, thereby producing encoded image library.
But nothing he watched then could ever compare with what he witnessed on December 27, 1941, when, as a 37-year-old naval intelligence officer attached to the Bletchley Park codebreaking centre, he evaded bullets fired at him by German snipers while he clambered on board one of their armed trawlers beached on Vagsoy Island, off the coast of Norway, so that he could seize her Enigma codebooks.