In their scheme, a bit map
is broadcasted by each sensor node to the nearby sensors, which indicates which buckets have data.
Figure 16 compares three approaches: a basic bit map
coding and two versions of sequence coding.
The second cluster [L.sub.2] is used to contain the rest pixels.This means that the corresponding bit value to be stored into the bit map
, BM, is 0 or 1, when the pixel is in the cluster [L.sub.1] or in the cluster [L.sub.2], respectively.
Windows CE model had a better option for bit map
This visualization is usually cold bit map
and it is presented in Fig.
According to TeleGeography's GlobalComms database LAP Green acquired a 69% stake in Uganda Telecom (UTL) in April 2007 and six months later acquired an 80% interest in Rwandatel for USD100 million, beating rival offers from the likes of Vodacom, Celtel (now part of the Zain Group), V-Tel Holdings of Jordan, Bit Map
(Singapore) and Rwanda\'s R-Com.
Take the raw bit map
that scanning generates, open it up in your image editing software, crop it, make it look presentable, and then choose the Save As function (or similar), and save your photo as a jpg.
It uses general-purpose redundancy allocation software along with the failed bit map
to repair the memories.
Query flexibility and the ability to perform index scans efficiently, as well as good selectivity from a combination of predicates in a where clause, means that a bit map
index is useful in a data warehouse.
New Transactional Bit Map
Indexing helps with complex queries with nonstandard data types such as graphics, images, DNA sequences, microarrays and time series data.