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Synonyms for sequence

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Synonyms for sequence

serial arrangement in which things follow in logical order or a recurrent pattern

film consisting of a succession of related shots that develop a given subject in a movie

the action of following in order

several repetitions of a melodic phrase in different keys

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arrange in a sequence

determine the order of constituents in

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In this article the Authors have focused on discussing the process of analysing technical parameters of a binary sequence at the demodulator output as well as on the binary sequence classification process.
The DO generates the binary sequence from the recurrence relation, initial vector and the coefficients and the keys keyl, and key2 from the keywords keyword 1, keyword2 respectively for decryption.
Therefore, for the noise-like binary sequences of N > 40 length proposed is to use a correlation algorithm for analyzing the white noise segments of N samples length, quantized for the levels -1, 1.
Sarkozy, Construction of pseudorandom binary sequences using additive characters, Monatshefte fiir Mathematik, 141 (2004), pp.
Periodic binary complementary sequence sets are signals of this kind, which have such properties: the sum of aperiodic autocorrelation of sequences is zero everywhere except "0" shift [2], in practice odd-periodic correlation function is of same importance as periodic correlation function, on certain conditions, periodic binary complementary sequences sets and odd-periodic binary sequences sets can transform into each other [3-4].
This technique has an additional advantage in terms of the sidelobe reduction in the CCF for systems utilizing noise-like or pseudo-noise binary sequences, such as Barker codes, Minimum Peak Sidelobe (MPS) codes, and PRBS (also called maximal length sequences or m-sequences).
In 1953[5] Barker introduced binary sequences for lengths N = 2,3,4,5,7,11, and 13, fulfilling the condition in (2).
For simplicity we will consider only subshifts of the space of all bi-infinite binary sequences.
Plagiarism could be detected in the programs by comparing the Terminating Binary Sequence (TBS).
Using the bit-test program, we can determine IP, the number of distinct binary sequence with [k.
I spotted that there was a number missing from the binary sequence (in the Answers on the back) after the first printing was already out, and thought it was pretty funny.
The 10-bit binary sequence "1111111111" may result from a random binary generator.
We derive a binary sequence in the following way: if two adjacent integers differ by 0, they are replaced by an a, and if they differ by 1, they are replaced by a b.
Given two rules f, f' that succeed in converging to the true limiting frequency of 1's for any binary sequence in Conv, define: f is faster than f' over Conv iff there exists some sequence [sigma] in Conv and some [epsilon] such that f gets within [epsilon] of the limiting frequency of 1's in [sigma](1f([sigma])) strictly before f', and for all sequences [sigma]' in Conv, and all [epsilon]', f gets to within [epsilon]' of 1f([sigma]') no later than f' (i.
For simplicity, the following discussiong will be limited to the amplitude modulation of an independent and identically distributed binary sequence with 0 and 1 occurring with equal probabilities.