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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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where vec(H) denotes the vectorization of the matrix H formed by stacking the columns of H into a single column vector, and F denotes the vector codebook consisting of [2.
We use spectrum sharing codebook comprising multiple sets of orthonormal vectors, and multiuser scheduling with limited feedback.
The PMI signals codebook index of the preferred precoding matrix and RI informs the transmitter about the number of useful spatial transmission layers for the current MIMO channel.
The papers they retrieved from U-559 comprised two books - "Wetterkurzschluessel", a weather codebook, and "Kurzsignalheft", a short signal codebook.
Let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] be the codebooks of static feature set and motion feature set 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).
Seven files of sa' and sx' typein the corpus were concatenated to make system training sample of approximately 23 second duration to build VQ codebooks.
Telegrams, codebooks, love letters, the submarine commander's war log, depositions, interrogation reports--all of it.
In computer vision, a popular usage of codebooks is to hold specimens of visual descriptors and map them to an unique index.
By categorizing the raw data into codebooks, the client can separate the customer feedback into discrete areas of the business, such as product quality, customer service, billing, in-store experience, online experience, etc.