Received Word

Some articles on received word, word:

Main Western Theater Of The American Civil War - Carolinas Campaign and The End of The War (February–April 1865)
... On April 11, Johnston received word that General Robert E ... River at Columbus, Georgia, with a battle, then he continued on to Macon here on April 21, he received word from Sherman to "desist from further acts ... When he received word of Lee's and Johnston's surrenders, Lt ...
List Decoding - List-decoding Capacity - Sketch of Proof
... A "bad" event is defined as one in which, given a received word and messages, it so happens that, for every where is the fraction of errors that we wish to correct ... by where the quantity is the volume of a Hamming ball of radius with the received word as the center ... volume of a Hamming ball of radius centered around any word in ...
Motivation For List Decoding
... Given a received word, which is a noisy version of some transmitted codeword, the decoder tries to output the transmitted codeword by placing its bet on a codeword that is “ne ... a metric in finding the nearest codeword, given the received word by the decoder ... Now, in the case where the received word is equidistant from the codewords and, unambiguous decoding becomes impossible as the decoder cannot decide which one of and to output as the ...

Famous quotes containing the words word and/or received:

    For in the word death
    There is nothing to grasp; nothing to catch or claim;
    Nothing to adapt the skill of the heart to, skill
    In surviving, for death it cannot survive,
    Only resign the irrecoverable keys.
    The wave falters and drowns. The coulter of joy
    Breaks. The harrow of death
    Depends. And there are thrown up waves.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    Many more children observe attitudes, values and ways different from or in conflict with those of their families, social networks, and institutions. Yet today’s young people are no more mature or capable of handling the increased conflicting and often stimulating information they receive than were young people of the past, who received the information and had more adult control of and advice about the information they did receive.
    James P. Comer (20th century)