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subtask

(ˈsʌbˌtɑːsk)
n
a task that is part of a larger task
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For Task 1 - Subtask B, testing acoustic scene classification with mismatched recording devices, Samsung Research's R&D Institute Poland won the first place.
(3) To fulfill subtask, CB selects a service from candidate services [WS.sup.i] = ([WS.sup.i.sub.1], [WS.sup.i.sub.2], ..., [WS.sup.i.sub.2], ..., [WS.sup.i.sub.j], ...
[43] consider the k-depth coverage as an MCS data collection constraint, but every subtask is assigned to the same value of k.
(4) Interval: a certain interval is allowed among subtasks. If the interval is too long, it increases the trajectory prediction error and is more difficult for sensors to capture the target in the next subtask' time.
There are two task groups for Manila and Leyte and several subtask groups under the special task force.
By programming OpenMP, especially distributing the target data and processing of each part by a subtask are the main focus.
These methods decompose the learning task into a hierarchy of smaller subtask. Thus, in HRL method, if the agent is only concerned about the current local space change or the subtarget state change, the update process of the policy will be restricted in the local space or high-level space, so that you can speed up the learning process and reduce the dependence of the algorithm's convergence speed with the environmental changes.
In addition, we assume that a subtask can only be assigned on one sensor node, but each sensor node can process several subtasks.
If the provider of the selected resources of [VRS.sup.5] corresponding to the fifth subtask is also CNR, the cost of using [VR.sup.4.sub.3] will be 285.
In fact, using a constant contact modification of the two-point touch technique actually removes the subtask "height of the arc." Touch trailing may be taught by introducing just one more subtask: contacting the wall that the student wants to trail with the cane tip.
It also varied from sub task to subtask. Two of the researchers (ACO and MFA) recorded the performance times for all five subtasks and calculated the total EFAP score on completion of the entire data collection session.
The Root task tries to learn a policy for meeting the overall resource quota in the original MDP by solving and combining the solutions of three subtasks: a GetGold subtask that moves a peasant to the vicinity of a goldmine and then mines for gold, a GetWood subtask that does the same for wood, and a GWDeposit subtask that brings a peasant carrying gold or wood back to the townhall to deposit the resource.