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1. Error correction is what modems do to compensate when bits get lost or scrambled because the phone connection is less than perfect.
2. A licence agreement may specifically prohibit error correction so that all this provision does is to raise a presumption in favour of the lawful user.
3. It doesn't have error correction or data compression and for ￡249, I'd expect these features to be standard.
4. The protocol incorporates yet another type of error correction and aspects of handling files.
5. Dictionary look-up methods give impressive error correction but require much greater storage and computation.
6. The dictionary method gives much greater error correction performance, with greater storage requirements and computational cost.
7. Such errors were studied, along with traditional error correction techniques.
8. The BARROCO CODE has built-in error correction.
9. Additionally it performs lens correction and automatic error correction.
10. Digital communications usually have error correction.
11. The Application Layer Forward Error Correction (AL-FEC) technology solves the problem of packet loss, therefore, it can ensure the end-to-end reliability for IPTV services.
12. The prediction error correction is based on time series analysis, parameters estimation and optimum prediction principle.
13. Being Forward Error Correction Code, convolutional code has been widely applied in GSM and N-CDMA.
14. However, some error control techniques, such as forward error correction and repeat request, are not suitable for the case of real time video application.
15. With the theories of forward error correction (FEC) and MPEG video coding, chapter 3 presents a FEC lost packets recovery algorithm based on calculation of relative RTP packet weight.
16. It also indicates that the site error correction curves are stable via time.
17. Forward error correction (FEC) and Automatic repeat request (ARQ) schemes are two of error control strategies that have been widely used in digital communications.
18. Forward error correction is achieved using a novel combination of Reed-Solomon and Turbo FEC coding techniques.
19. We also used the error correction model to investigate the shot-term fluctuation and its adjusting mechanism between tertiary industry development and employment growth of Guangxi.
20. This is another interesting theoretical point,(Sentencedict.com ) but probably of little consequence as far as error correction is concerned.
21. This gives a total of 16 out of 36 which could be solved using standard error correction algorithms.
22. BCH codes are a subset of the class of linear block codes that have good error correction capability. Information hiding is a new technique in information security field.
23. The test data of bit error rate and signal-to-noise ratio show that the performance of the receiver terminal is available, which guarantees the accuracy of the data after the forward error correction.
24. The system has the features of flexible parameter measurement, automatic error correction and the parameters can not be changed by manipulator.
25. We analyze the effects which result from the phase error between different channels, and a error correction method was proposed to achieve phase balance between channels.
26. To improve the bidirectional associative memroy (BAM) performance, a modified model was used to enhance neural networks' memory capacity and error correction capability.
27. This thesis presents a test response compaction and diagnosis technique based on BCH error correction code.
28. This paper introduces the technologies of remote pumped erbium-doped optical fiber amplifier, remote pumped optical fiber pre -amplifier, Raman noise filtering and forward error correction used in G.
29. An RS code is twice powerful at erasure correction than at error correction.
30. This dissertation researches the arithmetic and the circuit implementation of Forward Error Correction (FEC) in digital audio wireless transmission.
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