low complexity

low complexity

adjective Referring to a region of protein sequence enriched with a single amino acid.
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Low Cost -- Low Complexity, Blue Air aims to become a leading airline in Central and Eastern Europe.
ZF expects that automated driving functions will primarily be implemented for commercial vehicles and in areas with low complexity and traffic (e.g.
Exports by Kenyan firms into China have a low complexity component and the prices reflect that.
The global community has an unmet need for a low complexity, highly accurate test for latent TB designed with a focus on cost efficiency and ease of use that brings the best in class QuantiFERON technology to these settings.
(TAP) - The Tunisian market presents a strong operationality and low complexity for business and corporate activities, according to the Global Markets Complexity Index (GMCI), developed in partnership with the Wall Street Journal, analysing the complexity of markets in 83 countries around the world, their operationality and their regulation.
Paired with its extremely low complexity and low memory use, implementors can significantly reduce power consumption of any electronic device.
At the same time, the low complexity of products sold online makes them easier to explain to a wide range of customers," she said.
Design-Build's lower median monthly building square footage, by contrast, reflects a different project mix between the two surveys: Among 1998 DB contracts, 28 percent were Light Industrial, including warehouses, parking structures and other facilities of low complexity and rapid construction potential.
In this paper, we propose and implement a low-cost FMCW radar algorithm with very low complexity for surveillance applications.
A[cedilla] Low complexity with few moving parts and few system components
The main idea in [7] which has low complexity was designed for limited feedback frequency selective systems based on Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization.