subblock

subblock

(ˈsʌbˌblɒk)
n
a part of a mathematical matrix
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[11] Kang S G, Kim J G, Joo E K, "A novel subblock partition scheme for partial transmit sequence OFDM," IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, vol.
Due to the subblock answer and the designated recall period of one week, patients can evaluate themselves each week.
Here [R.sub.ij] and [[??].sub.ij] represent real and complex 4 x 4 rotation in the plane containing the 2 x 2 subblockin (i, j) subblock
They present a 2D decomposition algorithm which decomposes the problem into smaller subblock 2D FFTs which can be performed locally.
where [x.sub.v] is the time domain signal of each subblock v.
where [x.sub.K,k] and [x.sub.NK,k] denote the kth subblock of the key frame and the non key frame, respectively, and [[PHI].sub.K,k] and [[PHI].sub.NK,k] are the measurement matrix constructed by the random Hadamard matrix.
The NIS Control subblock interfaces a DAC that steers the control signal Adip to the NIS subblock, where the nonlinear suppression is performed.
Second, let o be a subblock. Calculate the average intensity value [u.sub.0] for o:
GFDM is a block structure with the dimensions M x K, where M is the subblock number and K is the subcarrier number.
Later, each block is further divided into four subblocks of size 4 x 4and then a 9-bit watermark is generated for each subblock.
Then in each subblock, a minority of nodes have links to other blocks, and in this paper we call them common nodes.
It consists of n/2 x n/2 PEs and each PE contains a 2 x 2 subblock of the matrix A.