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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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Our codebook learning algorithm clusters the bit rates into k bins.
Step 4: encode [mathematical expression not reproducible] into a code strand (each code represents clusters of image areas at different codebook levels), encode each image area and obtain encoded images, thereby forming encoded image library.
For the sender side, a given codebook is first sorted by PCA algorithm, and then the original image is transformed into index matrix combining the sorted codebook with VQ process.
(6)) (7) for each ith gesture in the codebook do (8) [E.sub.i] = compare (normalizedCP, [codebook.sub.i]) (as defined in Eq.
The proposed FLL retrieval system is shown in Figure 1, where we concentrate on the discriminated feature extraction from multiphase CT volumes using the improved codebook model.
The third approach is a hybrid approach [26], where a codebook is designed to match the channel on the average.
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.
One of the way to achieve constant SQNR is adaptive switched scalar quantization with codebook, with which it is determined to what statistical class from the set of k possible classes belong the samples of the frame of the speech signal.
So, reconstructing original codebook to a smaller dimension with less lost information is necessary.
For 42% of cases of codebook sizes studied (MFCC+LPC) gave higher accuracy than simple MFCC.
Critique: The collaborative work of academicians Asimina Michailidou (Senior Researcher, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo, Norway), Hans-Jorg Trenz (Vice Chair, Center for Modern European Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark), and Pieter de Wilde (Senior Resarcher, Social Science Research Center Berlin, Germany), "Internet And European Integration" is a work of exceptional scholarship enhanced with the inclusion of four Annexes (Sampling of articles for quantitative and qualitative coding; Codebook Eurocrisis in online news media 2012-2012; Graphs and figures; Media ownership in the EU online space); ten pages of Notes; a twenty-eight page Bibliography, and an eleven page Index.