subblock

subblock

(ˈsʌbˌblɒk)
n
a part of a mathematical matrix
References in periodicals archive ?
In each subblock of Sth level, a sequence of sliding boxes is created, whose height and width are in proportion to those of the subblock, and then the histogram of each sliding box's LBP feature is computed.
We randomly choose 45 columns and their corresponding rows as a subblock matrix [[OMEGA].
R]} can regroup into K nonoverlapping subblocks and the kth subblock is [mathematical expression not reproducible].
The main block represented the smallest administrative unit, and the subblock represented the smallest land unit.
They are sub-block sizes U and different subblock partition proposals.
Gamete concentrations were calculated for each subblock, and the concentration for the block was the mean of the calculated concentrations for the 64 subblocks.
Variability of SEs: A different method for calculating response time consistency; the standard deviation of the 18 standard error values calculated for each subblock.
Moreover, each integration subblock was individually significant, as indicated by their respective block [chi square] scores.
2] are taken, respectively, from the first and second subblock in the K = 2 panel in Table 2.
The presented approach has the advantage that the most optimal technology (performance/cost) can be used to create each subblock.
The program began by computing a chi-square for a subblock defined as beginning with the first trial in the block and ending with the trial that would leave a subblock identical in size to IBS.
Pots were arranged on three greenhouse benches which were treated as blocks; subblocks contained one pot of each of the 12 treatments (4 host x 3 strain) and the treatments were randomized within a subblock.