# arithmetic coder造句

## 例句與造句

- A bitwise
*arithmetic coder*such as DMC has two components, a predictor and an arithmetic coder. - A bitwise arithmetic coder such as DMC has two components, a predictor and an
*arithmetic coder*. - These estimates determine the two sub-ranges that the
*arithmetic coder*uses to encode the bin. - The bits selected by these coding passes then get encoded by a context-driven binary
*arithmetic coder*, namely the binary MQ-coder. - This is fed into an
*arithmetic coder*, which adds only a small fraction of a bit to the output sequence if the more probable pixel is then encountered. - It's difficult to find
*arithmetic coder*in a sentence. 用*arithmetic coder*造句挺難的 - The
*arithmetic coder*in PAQ is implemented by maintaining for each prediction a lower and upper bound on " x ", initially [ 0, 1 ]. - In practice, though, so-called range " encoders " tend to be implemented pretty much as described in Martin's paper, while
*arithmetic coders*more generally tend not to be called range encoders. - The
*arithmetic coder*makes an identical series of range splits, then selects the range containing " p " " x " and outputs the bit " x " " i " corresponding to that subrange. - :: : : : : The compression ( 7z ) is so efficient because it's an intricate LZ code followed by entropy coding using ( I believe ) a dynamic Markov model driving a range coder ( similar to an
*arithmetic coder*, I think ). - In general,
*arithmetic coders*can produce near-optimal output for any given set of symbols and probabilities ( the optimal value is & minus; log " 2 P " bits for each symbol of probability " P ", see source coding theorem ). - The
*arithmetic coder*maintains two high precision binary numbers, " p " low and " p " high, representing the possible range for the total probability that the model would assign to all strings lexicographically less than " x ", given the bits of " x " seen so far.