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a string that is part of a longer string

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If Nk = 8 and i-4 is a multiple of Nk, then SubWord () is applied to w[i-1] prior to the XOR.
Menard, "High performance discrete cosine transform operator using multimedia oriented subword parallelism," Advances in Computer Engineering, vol.
Letting our minds flow, we remember that non-adjacent forms are also characterized by forbidding each of the subwords 11, [bar.1]1, 1[bar.1] and [bar.1][bar.1].
An occurrence of [sigma] in [pi] is a subword [[pi].sub.i][[pi].sub.i+1]...
It was found that the Balsa system does not generate synthesized Verilog files for circuit specification codes 1-of-4 containing table definitions; in this case only the circuits with dual-rail encoding were implemented because of the SubWord function, which is part of both circuits of key generation, including tables to implement the Sbox for byte substitution.
The topology of an HMM reflects the structure of the process that is modelled, and the left-to-right topology presented in Figure 7 is commonly used to model subword units (phonemes) which can be concatenated to form words [30].
After setting out the basic tools of the book, he covers preliminary results, subword and non-subword statistics, avoidance of patterns, multi-restrictions, asymptotics and random set partition, gray codes and loopless algorithms, and normal ordering.
Moreover, the emergence of subword pause units appears to be linked to a morphological innovation in Dalabon which has had important phonological consequences: the extension of a codal glottal stop following pronominal prefixes to become the unmarked TAM value, signaling assertativity, rather than the marked type that it is in BGW, where it is confined to the much rarer "immediate" aspect (cf.
Let us recall that a word is a finite sequence of letters and that a word u is a subword of a word w if u can be obtained from w by erasing some letters of w.
HMM can capture the statistical characteristics of word and subword units among different speakers even in large vocabulary and thus is generally better than DTW in speaker independent large vocabulary speech recognition.
Blending means smoothing together subword segments to try to identify a spoken word.
As high-end processor word widths have made the shift from 32 to 64 bits, there has been an accompanying trend toward efficiently supporting subword operations.
Gunn took extraordinary pains to preserve Wang Wenhsing's style at the paragraph and sentence level and to provide analogous word-and subword (typographical) play in our alphabet.
Classical patterns are those of the form ([sigma], [empty set]) where no adjacencies are required, while consecutive or subword patterns are those of the form ([sigma], [m - 1]) where copies of [sigma] must appear as subfactors [w.sub.i][w.sub.i+1] x x x [w.sub.i+m-1] = [sigma].
For purposes of this continuing tutoring, these subword correspondences were reviewed in three blocks, which alternated across lessons for four reviews of each.