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Synonyms for concatenate

to make into a whole by joining a system of parts

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combine two strings to form a single one

add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series

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Design of parallel concatenated convolutional', IEEE Transactions on Communications, 44(5): 591-600.
It would be wrong, though, simply to trace a linear path through Fast's career, starting with CNN Concatenated.
The nucleotide substitution models used in the analyses were chosen for each partition, individual genes, and for the concatenated data set.
Binary converter takes the concatenated sequence from merger (Figure 1) and converts each A/C/G/T character into two bit binary representation.
Here concatenated pieces are in the form of diphones and triphones.
As in the case of input features concatenated over successive frames, the use of the normalized transformation matrix usually decreases the WER.
Before the novel concatenated torus automorphisms mechanism is proposed, a brief introduction and analysis of torus automorphism is presented in this section.
Mitochondrial DNA analysis was conducted on concatenated cytochrome-oxidase 1 (COI) and cytochrome-b (Cyt-b) mtDNA sequences, and microsatellite analysis was conducted on twelve polymorphic loci of the salamander DNA from rivers in the Tennessee Valley, primarily from rivers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Cherokee National Forests.
To determine the phylogenetic relationship between the Georgia 2007/1 isolate and other ASFV isolates (Table), we compared the concatenated amino acid sequences of proteins encoded by 125 conserved ORFs comprising 40,810 aa (Figure 1).
Even when equating is conducted under these desirable conditions, the random variation in form-to-form equating, when concatenated over time, can produce substantial shifts in score conversions, that is, scale drift.
Beginning with a discussion of the history of coding and decoding and an overview of information theory concepts, the work is presented in three broad sections covering regular concatenated codes, the design of irregular concatenated variable-length codes(VLCs) and practical application of VLCs.
The types of shapes found in the floorbound works, with their distinctive combinations of straight lines and curves, are here elaborately concatenated, sometimes filling up the whole panel but more often silhouetted against a colored surround.
According to the company, the Advantech implementation features advanced Forward Error Correction coding such as Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) with concatenated BCH using 8/9 and 3/4 code rates.
Canada) present 11 chapters covering topics such as: fading channels and diversity techniques, capacity and information rates of MIMO channels, space-time block and trellis codes, concatenated codes and iterative decoding, unitary and differential space-time codes, practical issues in MIMO communications and antenna selection for MIMO systems.
Finally, since Apple has garnered a large share of the assistive technology market, it has tailored Alex for that group, who typically prefer formant synthesis over concatenated speech because it is faster.