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The meat sets in the shortened state as rigor comes on, and this causes it to become extremely tough when it is subsequently cooked. If no cooling is applied and the temperature of the meat is above 25 C at completion of rigor, then another form of shortening rigor or heat shortening will occur (Drans eld 1994), also on cooking. The severity of cold shortening is highly pH-dependent. It is much greater if muscle temperatures below 10 C are achieved while the pH is 6.8 (i.e., exceptionally rapid chilling) than at pH 6.2 (i.e., at an easily attainable commercial rate of chilling). To allow a safety margin, and taking into account the fact that some carcasses will show high initial pH values in the eye muscle, it is recommended that any part of a beef or lamb carcass should not be chilled below 10 C until at least 10 hours after slaughter. In pork, cold shortening occurs if temperatures between 3 and 5 C are reached before the onset of rigor (normally 3 to 8 hours); this will only occur in rapid pork chilling systems and is not as common. Avoiding cold shortening in beef through the use of slow chilling rates can lead to problems of bone-taint (James and James 2002). Electrical stimulation of the carcass after slaughter can allow rapid chilling to be carried out without much of the toughening effect of cold shortening. However, electrical stimulation followed by moderate cooling may affect tenderness in an unpredictable way and could result in tougher meat (Buts et al. 1986). Electrical stimulation will hasten rigor and cause tenderization to start earlier at the prevailing higher temperature. In beef, meat from carcasses given highor low-voltage stimulation and slow cooling can obtain adequate aging in about half the time of non-stimulated meat. If freezing is applied immediately after slaughter, cold shortening may be prevented. However, a more severe shortening, thaw shortening, will occur on thawing (Bendall 1974). An entire lamb carcass can be frozen in 6 hours, thus freezing all the meat in a
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Thus, there exist random variables X (S) and X (S ) with some arbitrary joint distribution that satisfy the inequalities of the theorem. The theorem has a simple max- ow min-cut interpretation. The rate of ow of information across any boundary is less than the mutual information between the inputs on one side of the boundary and the outputs on the other side, conditioned on the inputs on the other side. The problem of information ow in networks would be solved if the bounds of the theorem were achievable. But unfortunately, these bounds are not achievable even for some simple channels. We now apply these bounds to a few of the channels that we considered earlier.
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Standardization is vital in telecommunications. A rough analogy it allows worldwide communication because we all speak a standard language. Progressing through this book, the reader will nd that this is not strictly true. However, a good-faith attempt is made in nearly every case. There are international, regional, and national standardization agencies. There are at least two international agencies that impact telecommunications. The most encompassing is the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) based in Geneva, Switzerland, which has produced more than 1000 standards. Another is the International Standardization Organization (ISO), which has issued a number of important data communication standards. Unlike other standardization entities, the ITU is a treaty organization with more treaty signatories than the United Nations. Its General Secretariat produces the Radio Regulations. This document set is the only one that is legally binding on the nations that have signed the treaty. In addition, two of the ITU s subsidiary organizations prepare and disseminate documents that are recommendations, reports, or opinions, and are not legally binding on treaty signatories. However they serve as worldwide standards. The ITU went through a reorganization on January 1, 1993. Prior to that the two important branches were the CCITT, standing for International Consultive Committee for Telephone and Telegraph, and the CCIR, standing for International Consultive Committee for Radio. After the reorganization, the CCITT became the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the ITU, and the CCIR became the ITU Radiocommunication Sector. The former produces ITU-T Recommendations and the latter produces ITUR Recommendations. The ITU Radiocommunications Sector essentially prepares the Radio Regulations for the General Secretariat. We note one important regional organization, ETSI, the European Telecommunication Standardization Institute. For example, it is responsible for a principal cellular radio speci cation GSM or Ground System Mobile (in the French). Prior to the 1990s, ETSI was the Conference European Post and Telegraph or CEPT. CEPT produced the European version of digital network PCM, previously called CEPT30+2 and now called E-1. There are numerous national standardization organizations. There is the American National Standards Institute based in New York City that produces a wide range of standards. The Electronics Industries Association (EIA) and the Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA), are both based in Washington, DC, and are associated one with the other. Both are proli c preparers of telecommunication standards. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) produces the 802 series speci cations, which are of particular interest to enterprise networks. There are the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) standards for video compression, and the Society of Cable Telecommunication Engineers that produce CATV (cable television) standards. Another important group is the Alliance for Telecommunication Industry Solutions. This group prepares standards dealing with the North American digital network. Bellcore (Bell Communications Research) is an excellent source for standards with a North American avor.
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