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Burshtein, "Learning to decode linear codes using deep learning," Available online: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1607.04793.
We studied the relationship between decodes time of destination node and the node number in round and network, the number of data packet which source node sends every time, Galois field size, transmission radius of each node and wiretapper's ability in wireless network by quantitative analyzing.
Using Decode's expertise in gene discovery, the companies will try to discover sequence variants associated with specific clinical phenotypes related to Systemic Lupus Erythematosis, the Icelandic company said.
The SVS-8 standard or SVS-8 model connects directly to a network and decodes compressed network video streams into standard composite video, in either NTSC or PAL format.
Most development teams don't need to frequently decode JTAG scan chains; but when the need arises, the task is extremely complex, error prone, and requires significant time.
The results confirm previous deCODE work that used genetics to test the history of Iceland as recorded in the sagas.
A person's beliefs about their ability to decode and comprehend written language will affect how they approach the task of reading and learning to read.
The deCODE project, for instance, already has isolated genes that appear to contribute to osteoporosis, stroke, diabetes, and several other complex diseases using historical and contemporary health information and DNA samples from more than 100,000 residents of Iceland (deCODE Genetics 2004), although some of those findings may turn out to be limited to rarer familial factors.
deCODE genetics (Nasdaq:DCGN), Reykjavik, Iceland, has initiated its ten-week, information-rich Phase IIa clinical trial of DG031, its developmental compound for the prevention of heart attack.
of Exton, Pennsylvania, has designed the DSVerify2D to decode two-dimensional bar codes on identification documents, such as national ID cards, driver's licenses, passports, access control cards, and health cards.
Researchers from Japanese institutions including Riken, Keio University and Tokai University contributed to decode 6% of the genetic sequences.
The beginning reading stage refers to "the period when students are learning to decode the first several hundred words presented in the classroom program" (Carnine, Silbert, & Kameenui, 1997, p.