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Synthetic News Radio

K. Emnett, C. Schmandt
2000 IBM Systems Journal  
can match audio news stories of similar content.  ...  This paper describes a system that uses speech recognition and clustered text news stories to automatically find story boundaries in an audio news broadcast and provides a semantic representation that  ...  Acknowledgments We thank ABC News Radio for the use of their audio and text news feeds, and the News in the Future research consortium. Mark Ackerman wrote the SoundViewer widget.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.393.0646 fatcat:wrm2vg6n2nb2hczbm4dqbd7yeq

Simulations of nonthermal electron transport in multidimensional flows: synthetic observations of radio galaxies

I.L. Tregillis, T.W. Jones, Dongsu Ryu, Charles Park
2002 New astronomy reviews (Print)  
First results intended to explore the connection between jet dynamics and electron transport in radio lobes are discussed.  ...  We have applied an effective numerical scheme for cosmic-ray transport to 3D MHD simulations of jet flow in radio galaxies (see the companion paper by Jones et al. 1999).  ...  At this level synthetic synchrotron brightness distributions show encouraging morphological similarities to real radio galaxies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1387-6473(02)00148-3 fatcat:navcolkehbftljkg2uwxx5fyl4

New radio-absorbing flexible materials based on a carbon matrix with various synthetic fillers and evaluation of their absorbing properties in the microwave range
Новые радиопоглощающие гибкие материалы на основе углеродной матрицы с различными синтетическими наполнителями и оценка их поглощающих свойств в свч диапазоне

Anton V. Kryukov, A.I. Berg Central Research Institute of Radioengineering, Alexander S. Eremeev, A.I. Berg Central Research Institute of Radioengineering
2020 Radioelectronics Nanosystems Information Technologies  
Eremeev New radio-absorbing flexible materials based on a carbon matrix with various synthetic fillers and evaluation of their absorbing properties in the microwave range.  ...  EREMEEV RADIOELECTRONICS DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2020.12.335 New radio-absorbing flexible materials based on a carbon matrix with various synthetic fillers and evaluation of their absorbing properties in  ... 
doi:10.17725/rensit.2020.12.335 fatcat:mts6e6w3jjamlgxtqxbuxsfazi

Current Industrial News: Analysis of White Metal; Lubricating Oil; Venezuelan Trade Inquiries; Potash Salts in Chile; New Concrete Mixer; Combustion of Coal; Batik Dyeing Process; Lamp Tests; New Radio-Active Element Rubber-Seed Oil; The Schoop Metal-Spray Process; Catalytic Processes in Germany; Cadmium in Brass; Acid Resisting Ferro-Silicons; New Norwegian Industries; Newfoundland Cod Liver Oil; National Metal and Chemical Bank; Discoloration of White Paint; Gas in Glass Industry; Heating in a Liquid; Sou ...

1918 Journal of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry  
SYNTHETIC RUBBER At a recent meeting of the German Bunsen Society held a t Berlin, the question of synthetic rubber was discussed and its possibilities as a substitute for the natural product were considered  ...  NEW RADIOACTIVE ELEMENT The Chem.  ... 
doi:10.1021/ie50107a024 fatcat:bcursbrj7nekdm2ntis75prtua

Page 409 of Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 14, Issue 8 [page]

1943 Journal of Applied Physics  
Rubber Company, Synthetic Rubber Division, 1230 Sixth Avenue, New York, New York (40 pages). 409  ...  Synthetic Rubber, 1943, a publication of U. S. Rubber Company, describes the five commercial types of synthetic rubber.  ... 

On a synthetical method to constrain 3-D structure of emission regions of pulsars [article]

H. G. Wang, H. Zhang, X. H. Cui, G. J. Qiao, K. J. Lee, Y. Liu, R. X. Xu
2007 arXiv   pre-print
The main idea and procedure are presented for a new synthetical method on constraining 3-D structure of emission regions of pulsars.  ...  With this method the emission regions can be synthetically constrained by fitting multi-wavelength observations features, e.g. pulse widths, phase offsets between radio pulse profiles and high energy light  ...  The new synthetical method is hopeful to go further. Discussion Besides the pulse width and phase offsets, linear polarization is another key factor in this synthetical method.  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/0701262v1 fatcat:cvq5o2scivcsbgzehupywjznim

Page 13 of American Childhood Vol. 28, Issue 4 [page]

1942 American Childhood  
MY NEW DRESS 1S OF MATERIAL WHICH IS MADE OF MILK. ITS SOMETHING VERY NEW MY MOTHER'S NEW SOFA 1S COVERED WITH VELVET MADE OUT OF WOOD.  ...  At about the time the first World War ended the radio business began to increase. Radio manufacturers soon found out that radio equipment could be made very easily and satisfactorily from Bakelite.  ... 

Page 60 of Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association Vol. 43, Issue 3 [page]

1947 Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association  
By synthetic methods he can produce needed materials, such as_vitamines, more cheaply and easily than they can be produced from natural sources and oftentimes by synthetic pro- cesses new drugs may be  ...  New synthetic materials that have a profound effect on the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems and on the cardiovascular system have been discovered.  ... 

Generative Adversarial Learning for Spectrum Sensing [article]

Kemal Davaslioglu, Yalin E. Sagduyu
2018 arXiv   pre-print
To address these challenges, a generative adversarial network (GAN) with deep learning structures is used to 1)~generate additional synthetic training data to improve classifier accuracy, and 2) adapt  ...  A novel approach of training data augmentation and domain adaptation is presented to support machine learning applications for cognitive radio.  ...  Leveraging adversarial learning, high-fidelity synthetic training data is generated to train a new classifier for new spectrum conditions.  ... 
arXiv:1804.00709v1 fatcat:gkdzlvuu6jgqxmvygkmukv2x64

Page 73 of Wireless Age Vol. 10, Issue 10 [page]

1923 Wireless Age  
The Warren Radio Loop NEW type of radio loop, known as the Warren Radio Loop, has been de- veloped by the Ve-De-Co. Radio Mfg. Co.  ...  Tests have shown that the new synthetic rectifier does not change over long periods of time, retaining its maximum sen- sitivity over practically its entire surface.  ... 

Cosmic Magnetism on the path of the SKA II: Developments in New Techniques

Sui Ann Mao
2019 Zenodo  
New science opportunities from SKA pathfinders are driving the development of new techniques in broadband radio polarimetry.  ...  Abstract: The unprecedented sensitivity, angular resolution and broad bandwidth coverage of SKA radio polarimetric observations will allow us to address many long-standing mysteries in cosmic magnetism  ...  Techniques for Cosmic Magnetism New Technologies of radio telescopes [Heald's talk, Anderson's talk] New Science Designing Observations ▸Synergies with other !  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2687339 fatcat:rblvxdwrsfgcjg2hkepxzcydna

Real-time Coordinated Scheduling for Cloud Radio Access Networks in a Software-only Environment using the OpenAirInterface Platform

Luis Felipe Ariza-Vesga, Johan Sebastian Eslava-Garzon
2021 Ingeniería y Universidad  
In the end, it is evaluated the reproducibility and the scalability of synthetic networks composed of one RRU and at least one UE, without using software-defined radio units, reducing prototyping uncertainties  ...  It is achieved by modifying the OpenAirInterface scheduler code, increasing the Remote Radio Unit (RRU) scalability, and employing some component carriers of the Radio Cloud Center (RCC), each one them  ...  These interfaces connect new entities called the Radio Cloud Center (RCC), the Radio Aggregation Unit (RAU), and the Remote Radio Unit (RRU).  ... 
doi:10.11144/javeriana.iued25.rcsc fatcat:mxvxmw343zf2zepgmgpsdmrhxe

Introductory Chapter: Peptide Synthesis [chapter]

Jaya T. Varkey
2019 Peptide Synthesis  
Applications of synthetic peptides as peptide vaccines, radio-theranostic agents, radio-labeled peptide analogues, and radio peptides for imaging therapy are featured as part of the synthetic peptide chapter  ...  In addition a new approach called segment condensation with no racemization using the O-isoacylpeptide method is also introduced excellently [5] .  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.86505 fatcat:42fme3t3mzcttoyibxgfiqzuxe

Page 165 of Chemical Engineering Vol. 52, Issue 5 [page]

1945 Chemical Engineering  
Please address inquiries to Electron Microscope Section, Radio Corporation of America, Department 116S, Camden, New Jersey.  ...  BUY MORE WAR BONDS ‘HEMICAL & METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING ¢ MAY 1945 « RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA RCA VICTOR DIVISION - CAMDEN, N. J. in Caneda, RCA VICTOR COMPANY LIMITED, Montreal  ... 

Page 679 of Journal of Counseling and Development (JCD) Vol. 17, Issue 8 [page]

1939 Journal of Counseling and Development (JCD)  
Radio comedians, musicians, dramatists, news- casters, and announcers parade before microphones in the four studios. One studio seats 3,500.  ...  Here one may see plastics and synthetic fabrics, synthetic silk stockings said to survive three months of heavy wear, syn- thetic rubber, dyes, perfumes—all made from such common raw materials as coal,  ... 
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