MSJE

AcronymDefinition
MSJEMission San Jose Elementary
MSJEMaster of Science in Jewish Education (academic degree)
MSJEMaryland School for Jewish Education (Rockville, MD)
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Then the adjustable MRS selects sequentially the cooperating relays according to the relay ordering and obtains the optimal number of cooperating relays by comparing steady-state mean square joint error (MSJE) for different number of cooperating relay.
The purpose of adjustable MRS is to achieve better performance, thus, the steady-state mean square joint error (MSJE) of MJD is used as a criterion to adjust the number of relays participating in the cooperation.
When the number of relay nodes participating in cooperation is larger than [N.sub.o], after the algorithm (10) has converged, any two steady-state MSJE corresponding to two successive number of cooperating relays can be regarded as same.
This is because, on average, the algorithm adjusts the number of cooperating relays by comparing [J.sub.mje{1,...,N}] and [J.sub.mje{1,...,N-1}], which are the steady-state MSJE of algorithm (10).
In practice, this may not hold owing to errors introduced by the adaptive filtering algorithm in the form of excess MSJE (EMSJE).
Especially when the number of relays reaches a certain value, with the increase of the number of relays, the difference of MSJE between successive two numbers of relays becomes smaller and smaller, the increase of a relay is not enough to make the MSJE significantly reduced.
The proposed MRS algorithm continually computes and compares the successive two MSJE for different number of cooperating relays at each iteration, then evaluates the impact the last added relay has on the MSJE level.
In 2004, the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJE) released a drug abuse study showing licit opiate abuse accounting for 43 percent of Indian drug abuse.
The MSJE has a three-pronged strategy for demand reduction, consisting of building awareness and educating people about drug abuse, dealing with addicts through programs of motivational counseling, treatment, follow-up and social reintegration, and training volunteers to work in the field of demand reduction.
In 2004, the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJE) released a drug abuse study conducted in partnership with UNODC in 2001.