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mi·so

 (mē′sō)
n. pl. mi·sos
A thick fermented paste made of cooked soybeans, salt, and often rice or barley, and used especially in making soups and sauces.

[Japanese, from Old Japanese; perhaps akin to Korean meju, dried brick of fermented soybeans.]

miso

(ˈmiːsəʊ)
n
(Cookery) a thick brown salty paste made from soya beans, used to flavour savoury dishes, esp soups
[from Japanese]

mi•so

(ˈmi soʊ)

n.
a fermented paste of soybeans, salt, and often rice or barley, used esp. to flavor soups and sauces.
[1720–30; < Japanese]

miso-

a combining form meaning “hate,” with the object of hatred specified by the following element: misogamy. Compare mis-2.
[< Greek, comb. form of mīseîn to hate, mîsos hatred]

miso

A variety of pastes made from fermented soya beans and grains. Used as a flavoring in Japanese cooking.
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Noun1.miso - a thick paste made from fermented soybeans and barley or rice malt; used in Japanese cooking to make soups or sauces
paste, spread - a tasty mixture to be spread on bread or crackers or used in preparing other dishes
Nihon, Nippon, Japan - a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
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For proportionally high throughput in according to the number of antenna, in contrast with the conventional MIMO systems using a few antennas, the massive MIMO system using large scale antenna is emerging [8-11].
There are several techniques to further improve the detection performance of MIMO radars, significant gain in range resolution can be achieved by using a step-frequency approach during transmission (Gurbuz et al 2009, stoica et al 2007, yoon et al 2009, petropulu et al 2012).
While the promises of MIMO technology for boosting data rates and improving service to the industry are enticing, the challenges of implementing multiple antennas within a compact smartphone are immense.
Their topics include MIMO detection methods, precoding for MIMO, MIMO optimized for single-carrier frequency-domain equalization, frequency-domain packet combining techniques for ultrawide band, link and system level simulation for MIMO, and physical-layer network coding with multiple-antenna relays.
Massive MIMO, a relatively new concept in 5G communications, addresses capacity and energy challenges facing next-generation communications systems.
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