intercluster

intercluster

(ˌɪntəˈklʌstə)
adj
relating to, occurring, or situated between two or more clusters
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this will be achieved through 3 complementary and original strategies based on catalytic cooperation: (i) transition-metal frustrated lewis pairs (tm-flps); (ii) hybrid systems combining low-valent heavier main group elements with transition metals (hybrid tm/mgs); And (iii) intercluster compounds (iccs) as versatile heterogeneized materials for green catalysis.
The intercluster force may not be sufficient to hold them under externally applied separating forces during the tensile test.
Therefore, putative parents for crossing programme should belong to different clusters characterized by large intercluster distance.
For all the K clusters, we define the intercluster traffic matrix [T.
Green InterCluster Interference Management in Uplink of Multi-Cell Processing Systems", IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 13- 12.
In order to utilize the network resources efficiently, HCAR absorbs the quintessence of ZRP to use proactive strategy between nodes within individual clusters and reactive strategy between clusters, not like CBRP to use on-demand strategy between nodes of both intracluster and intercluster communication to purely decrease the routing overhead and HSR, CGSR to use table-driven strategy to communicate in both intra- and interzone to decrease average end-to-end delay but increase the cost of routing overhead unwillingly.
Clustering to minimize the maximum intercluster distance.
Clusters and intercluster spillovers: their influence on the growth and survival of Canadian information technology firms, Industrial and Corporate Change 16(3): 355-388.
159) The humanitarian coordinator's responsibilities are phrased in similar procedural terms: articulating a "Common Humanitarian Action Plan," ensuring the coordination of clusters and the proper functioning of lead agencies, and establishing a mechanism for intercluster coordination.
Since algorithms that produce clusters with low intracluster distances (high intracluster similarity) and high intercluster distances (low intercluster similarity) will have a low Davies-Bouldin index, the clustering algorithm that produces a collection of clusters with the smallest Davies-Bouldin index is considered the best algorithm based on this criterion 9].
De los resultados obtenidos es posible inferir que a mayor distancia intercluster, mayor calidad en el proceso de clasificacion.
School and student codes were used as cluster variables, and statistical procedures that account for intercluster correlation were used to ensure that variance estimates were calculated correctly.
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