BFM

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AcronymDefinition
BFMBundesamt für Migration (French: Federal Office for Migration; Switzerland)
BFMBasic Fatigue Management (transportation; Australia)
BFMBoyfriend Material
BFMBrazing Filler Metal
BFMBerlin-Frankfurt-Münster (study group)
BFMBanque Fédérale Mutualiste (French: Mutual Federal Bank; est. 1986)
BFMBrasserie des Franches-Montagnes (French: Franches-Montagnes Brewery; Franches-Montagnes, Switzerland)
BFMBonded Fiber Matrix (soil stabilization for erosion control)
BFMBritish Furniture Manufacturers (UK)
BFMBus Functional Model
BFMBody Fat Mass
BFMBasic Fighter Maneuvers
BFMBasic Financial Management
BFMBlackRock Financial Management (various locations)
BFMBargain Finder Max (software)
BFMBibliothèque Francophone Multimédia de Limoges (French: Francophone Multimedia Library of Limoges; Limoges, France)
BFMBeg For Mercy (Halo gaming clan)
BFMBeiqi Foton Motor (China)
BFMBrave Fencer Musashi (video game)
BFMBattle for Meridell (Neopets)
BFMBusiness Financial Manager
BFMBig Fat Mouth
BFMBase de Français Médiéval (French historical database)
BFMBureau of Finance and Management
BFMBenicia Fabrication & Machine, Inc. (Benicia, CA)
BFMBurnt Face Man (cartoon superhero)
BFMBibliothèque de la Faculté de Médecine (French: Library of the Faculty of Medicine; Switzerland)
BFMBailrigg FM (Radio Station in Lancaster, UK)
BFMBallet Folklorico Mexicano (folk dance)
BFMBerkeley Farmers Market (Berkeley, CA)
BFMBen Franklin Mob (Hash House Harriers)
BFMBig Furry Monster
BFMBlended Family Moments (educational resource)
BFMBrute Force Method
BFMBoulder Farmers' Market (Boulder, Colorado)
BFMBion Fury Missile (gaming, Fury 3 weapon)
BFMBig Fat Meanie
BFMBig Freaking Mess (polite form)
BFMBig Freakin' Mallet (alt.games.final-fantasy; polite form)
BFMBipolar Framing Module
BFMBivariate Failure Modeling
BFMBattlescale/Battlefield Forecast Model
BFMBeckman Family Ministries
BFMBlock-Fading Model
BFMBear Flag Museum (California)
BFMBudget Formulation Manual
BFMBattlefield Marines (gaming clan)
BFMBig Fat Meetup
BFMBroadcast Financial Management Association
BFMBridge Fault Model
BFMBad Frame Masking (Algorithm)
BFMBlue Fountain Media (New York, NY)
BFMBreak Free Ministries (website)
BFMBig Freaking Mystery
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The idea of the first example is to compare the Threshold Accepting algorithm with the brute force method. Since as explained above a full brute force calculation for a meaningful example would not be finished in a reasonable time, a minimum sample is prepared for this purpose.
This is made clear by the comparison with the brute force method in the minimal example (Table 1).
This approach also performs unnecessary lookups per digest and hence demands a high time complexity (O(r)), equal to the brute force method, although in practice the time is expected to be smaller.
The authors use an indexing strategy based on ssdeep digests (but not restricted to it) to avoid the overwhelming amount of time required by the naive brute force method. It builds an index structure over the n-grams (n consecutive bytes) contained in a digest.
The standard deviation of the propagated test point [mathematical expression not reproducible] obtained from the experimental (E) brute force method and the theoretical (T) analytical method presented in this paper.
As a result, we see that our analytical solutions do match up with the brute force methods.
To complete the channel estimation, the brute force method is to perform the channel estimation for every antenna subset and the number of antenna subsets is [N.sub.R]!/[L.sub.R]!([N.sub.R] - [L.sub.R])!.
Since the brute force method of channel estimation for antenna selection system will reduce the capacity dramatically due to the large amount of training overhead arising from the presence of mutual coupling, [8] proposed a more effective channel estimation method.
This is the brute force method employed for verification in this paper.
Using the brute force method as reference, Figure 20(a) presents the comparison errors between the numerical SDP and asymptotic approximation methods [18].
The logical extension of the brute force method was the jukebox.
He describes preparing your PC to run the labs, then moves to banner identification, target enumeration, scanning, sniffing traffic, spoofing, brute force methods, vulnerability scanning, wireless situations, redirections and denial-of-service conditions.