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Source is http://www.techweb.com/encyclopedia/ except the definitions of ANN, RNN, MOS and QoS.
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... codecs12
C'est un terme qu'on utilise pour désigner l'ensemble d'un encodeur et un décodeur.
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In the general mathematical model, loops are allowed, that is, it is possible to have or . In our application, we set .
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... configurations 41
The trained NN can predict also the quality of any value within the allowed ranges of all the parameters.
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... Stimulus42
The stimulus is the sequence presented to the subjects in a test.
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... step91
It is the time unit during which the amount of traffic is measured (the average, the total number of packets or cells, or any similar statistical measure).
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... elements101
This is actually true in the general case, including for instance optimization applications of neural networks. In our work, where the topology is feedforward (as usual in learning applications), we actually have only half of this number of variables.
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... streams102
Our technique can also be used as a batch tool, of course.
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