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If M (i) (D) is the polynomial expression of the input sequence at input i and C ( j) (D) is the ( j) polynomial expression of the output j generated by this input, then the polynomial G i (D) = C ( j) (D)/M (i) (D) is the transfer function that relates input i and output j. In a more general FSSM structure for which there are k inputs and n outputs, there will be kn transfer functions that can be arranged in matrix form as (1) G 1 (D) G (2) (D) G (n) (D) 1 1 (1) G (D) G (2) (D) G (n) (D) 2 2 2 G(D) = (11) . . . . . . . . . (1) (2) (n) G k (D) G k (D) G k (D) A convolutional code Cconv (n, k, K ) produces an output sequence expressed in polynomial form as C(D) = M(D)G(D) where M(D) = M (1) (D), M (2) (D), . . . , M (k) (D) and C(D) = C (1) (D), C (2) (D), . . . , C (n) (D) so that after multiplexing, Cm (D) = C (1) (D n ) + DC (2) (D n ) + + D n 1 C (n) (D n ) (15) (14) (13) (12)
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If node A has (a, b, c) as the address of the shortest path form, the distance between node A and the origin is |a| + |b| + |c|. If node A has (a, b, c) as the address of the zeropositive form, the distance between node A and the origin is max(a, b, c). To compute the distance, i.e., the length of the shortest path, between two cells S and D, first compute the address difference between S and D. Assume that D S = (a, b, c), then distance |D S| = min(|a c| + |b c|, |a b| + |c b|, |b a| + |c a|). To compute the distance between two cells in a cellular network with nonuniformly distributed base stations, the authors in [15] have shown how to design an optimal virtual hexagonal networkwith a uniform virtual cell size such that each virtual cell will contain at most one base station. An address can be assigned to a base station based on the position of the base station in the virtual hexagonal network. Therefore the distance between two cells can also be computed as shown in the above paragraph.
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Yield thus combines two factors: the number of rooms available (inventory) and rooms pricing. Rooms inventory management is concerned with how many rooms are made available to each market segment and its demand for rooms. Pricing management is concerned with the room rate quoted to each of these market segments. Note that there can be different combinations of room rates and occupancies that achieve the same yield percentage. For example, consider the following three situations that show various combinations that generate the same actual revenue, and thus the same yield percentage:
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In the case of demand access to the PSPDN, which is shown in the upper portion in Figure 12.26, the X.25 DTE + TA or TE1 is connected to an ISDN port at the PSPDN (AU). The AU is also able to set up 64-kbps physical channels through the ISDN. In this type of connection, an originating call will be set up over the B-channel toward the PSPDN port using the ISDN signaling procedure prior to starting X.25 layer 2 and layer 3 functions. This is done by using either hot-line (e.g., direct call) or complete selection methods. Moreover, the TA, when present, performs user rate adaption to 64 kbps. Depending on the data rate adaption technique employed, a complementary function may be needed at the AU of the PSPDN. In the complete selection case, two separate numbers are used for outgoing access to the PSPDN:
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evidence have implicated hypoactivity of the left prefrontal cortex in the pathophysiology of depression. Even so, it is clear that the prefrontal region is just one component of a distributed network that is important for regulating mood. Although rTMS appears promising, carefully controlled and blinded studies with appropriate sham conditions are few and far between, and a variety of methodological issues remain to be addressed before claims about ef cacy of rTMS for treating depression can be established (see Wasserman & Lisanby, 2001). The WADA Technique The intracarotid amobarbital procedure (IAP) was rst developed by Wada to lateralize language function in the evaluation of patients with epilepsy, but it more recently has been used to predict the degree of postoperative amnesia in patients being considered for epilepsy surgery (Trenerry & Loring, 1995). Although the precise procedure varies, the typical IAP involves the injection of suf cient barbiturate (e.g., sodium amytal, sodium brevital) into a catheter placed in the internal carotid artery to produce a contralateral hemiplegia. Memory and language testing is typically conducted before, during, and after the period of drug action. The procedure generally results in a temporary impairment in hemispheric functions subserved by the middle cerebral artery. During injection of the language-dominant hemisphere, the patient becomes globally aphasic. Both hemispheres are studied sequentially in the same procedure. In addition to predicting hemisphere dominance for language, behavioral performance during the WADA procedure has been shown to predict seizure outcome and verbal memory decline after unilateral temporal lobectomy (Loring et al., 1994; Trenerry & Loring, 1995), and is useful for determining whether the nonaffected hemisphere can support memory function in isolation. WADA test results correlate well with hippocampal volume asymmetries in unilateral onset cases (Loring et al., 1993). One signi cant drawback of the WADA procedure is that it is highly invasive. Because of this, it is used exclusively in patients undergoing diagnostic evaluation for brain surgery in which determination of language lateralization or memory support is important for predicting outcome. In recent years, there has been substantial interest in determining whether less invasive functional imaging procedures can be used to provide the same information as the IAP. Several studies using fMRI (Binder et al., 1996; Desmond et al., 1995; Lehericy et al., 2000), transcranial Doppler ultrasound (Knecht et al., 1998; Rihs, Sturzenegger, Gutbrod, Schroth, & Mattle, 1999), magnetic source imaging (Breier, Simos,
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