broadcasting

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n broadcasting a medium that disseminates via telecommunications
    • n broadcasting taking part in a radio or tv program
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Quotations

  • George F. Will
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    “Ronald Reagan has held the two most demeaning jobs in the country; President of the United States and radio broadcaster for the Chicago Cubs.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “Opportunities are often missed because we are broadcasting when we should be listening.”
  • Milan Kundera
    Milan%20Kundera
    “Listening to a news broadcast is like smoking a cigarette and crushing the butt in the ashtray.”

Usage

In literature:

It remains for you to spread broadcast the virtues of Arles.
"A Journey Through France in War Time" by Joseph G. Butler, Jr.
Elfreda on the contrary, scattered broadcast on the table the whole ten letters she had received.
"Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer" by Jessie Graham Flower
Additional thousands listen-in to her cooking lectures broadcast over WHN and WPAP.
"What's in the New York Evening Journal" by New York Evening Journal
She had flung a new idea broadcast, and it was beginning to take root.
"Jill the Reckless" by P. G. (Pelham Grenville) Wodehouse
Oh, I don't mean I was scatterin' it around broadcast.
"Torchy and Vee" by Sewell Ford
Even at that period shoppers did not throw their money broadcast.
"A Little Girl in Old Salem" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
If government monitors caught the broadcasts and jammed them, there were alternate channels chosen.
"Rebels of the Red Planet" by Charles Louis Fontenay
The stable manure, if that is used, should be broadcasted over the fields at the rate of six to ten tons an acre.
"Agriculture for Beginners" by Charles William Burkett
He had not the slightest idea of how to activate the machines, let alone broadcast in the proper code.
"Storm Over Warlock" by Andre Norton
You spread your knowledge broadcast everywhere.
"London Lectures of 1907" by Annie Besant
He was hardly secretary before spies were scattered broadcast over the land.
"History of the English People, Volume III (of 8)" by John Richard Green
You will see and hear the news broadcast going out as I prepared it.
"The Galaxy Primes" by Edward Elmer Smith
The broadcast would be a shattering experience to men who had reconciled themselves to subjugation by the rulers of Mekin.
"Talents, Incorporated" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
These radio transmitters for your underground broadcasts.
"Revolution" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
Indian summer reigned in his stead, flinging broadcast her gorgeous colors and her melting mellowness.
"Jewel Weed" by Alice Ames Winter
Inside, you smashed the power receptor taking broadcast power from the air.
"The Pirates of Ersatz" by Murray Leinster
Shannon sighed in relief as the broadcast stopped.
"The Alembic Plot" by Ann Wilson
Medart, though he wasn't about to broadcast it, had a pretty good idea what the pattern rapport might mean.
"A Matter of Honor" by Ann Wilson
I can broadcast more than one part in the drama, too.
"The Chamber of Life" by Green Peyton Wertenbaker
This is especially noticeable in the larger cities, though we find examples of it scattered broadcast throughout the land.
"Religion and Lust" by James Weir
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In poetry:

Sow in the morn thy seed,
At eve hold not thy hand;
To doubt and fear give thou no heed,
Broadcast it o’er the land.
"The Field of the World" by James Montgomery
Yet does every crystal of the snow
Individualize, a seedling sown
Broadcast, but instinct with power to grow
Beautiful in beauty of its own.
"Snow" by John Davidson
I shouted, but he could not hear;
Made signs, but these he could not see;
And still, without a doubt or fear,
Broadcast he scattered anarchy.
"The Sower" by James Russell Lowell
Look up! Yon field of blue
Broadcast with worlds is sown.
Use within use! Look up, O Man, and own
Vast worlds are also light and spiritual thought for you.
"Song The Sixth" by Thomas Aird
"A modern Theatre, as I heard you say,
Sows seeds of evil broadcast - well it may;
But let me ask you, my respected son,
Pray, have you ever ventured into one?"
"The Reverend Micah Sowls" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Just after your teas we've a talk upon bees
By the biggest bee expert in Britain;
He's been stung twice-today-just where I can't say,
But to broadcast he's standing, not sitting!
"The Broadcaster" by Billy Bennett

In news:

Think Out Loud is broadcasting live from the Camas Public Library on Monday, November 14th.
Oct 30, 2005 Broadcast Engineering.
Canopus has unveiled Edius Broadcast, which features real-time, mixed format editing, a streamlined interface, Edius Speed Encoder, and broad HD and SD format support.
Ann Noonan is the executive director of the Committee for US International Broadcasting.
Colombia's top nationwide private broadcaster, Caracol TV, has taken a step in controlling its loudness with the acquisition of a new LAMBDA system from Linear Acoustic.
The professional digital audio and metadata monitor installed in Caracol 's Bogotá facility will help keep their HD broadcasts in check.
Amsterdam's historic Royal Carré Theatre recently served as the host site for a three-day television broadcast event known as Ivo Niehe–De Finale.
Each week, the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) presents the program "Body & Soul," which takes a look at "the latest in optimal physical, emotional, and spiritual health".
Oregon-USC: ESPN's 'College GameDay' will broadcast from Casanova Center parking lot.
Alert readers will recall that I've been struggling to understand the use of metadata, particularly dailnorm, in TV broadcasting.
"I Love Lucy" was broadcast over 50 years ago, but the classic sitcom is still a cash cow for CBS.
Ch 11 anchor Jodi Applegate is having a baby with her husband, Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay.
Broadcaster Cheri Snook has covered a lot of ground since she graduated from the KVMR Broadcasting Class in 2000.
SNY , which will broadcast 20 UConn women's basketball games this season, announced Thursday they've hired former Huskies Meghan Culmo and Kara Wolters as part of their broadcast team.
Thomson Broadcast will begin installing more than $16 million worth of MPEG-2 splicing equipment this spring, incorporating the BP 5100 Broadcast Platform from Terayon.
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In science:

Broadcasting: This step consists of D time slots.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Node j broadcasts (i, k, j) to 9M/10 H-nodes in the same cell if following conditions hold: (a) Node j is in a good cell; (b) B-duplicate packet (i, k, j) is the only transportable H-packet in the cell. (ii) Each node checks the T-duplicate packets it carries.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Broadcasting: At least 2D/(3M) coded packets from a source are successfully duplicated after the broadcasting step with high probability, where a coded packet is said to be successfully duplicated if it has at least 4M/5 B-duplicate packets.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Analysis of broadcasting step: Assume that G occurs, then at each time slot, node i is selected with probability 10/(11M).
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Then (i, k, j) might be dropped when it is in the same cell as node z, and node z is selected to broadcast.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Let C(i,k) denote the number of B-duplicate packets which are contained in the V-rectangle where (i, k) broadcast, and are destined to the same H-rectangle as node i.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Each node has √Mn − 1 competitive nodes. (b) Each H-node broadcasts at most D/M coded packets.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Pr (cid:0)T(i,k) (t )(cid:1) ≥ Further, let T(i,k) denote the event that at least one copy of (i, k) is broadcast in the transporting step.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Since different coded packets of node i are broadcast in different V-rectangles, {T(i,k)} are mutually independent.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Broadcasting: The unit square is divided into a regular lattice with n/M1 cells.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
The nodes in good cells take their turns to broadcast.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
M1/10 V(H)-nodes and broadcasts a coded packet to them. (ii) Each node checks the B-duplicate packets it carries.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
Broadcasting: At least 3D/10 coded packets from a source are successfully duplicated after the broadcasting step with high probability, where a coded packet is said to be successfully duplicated if it has at least M1 /3 B-duplicate packets.
Optimal Delay-Throughput Trade-offs in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: Hybrid Random Walk and One-Dimensional Mobility Models
The generation of σ can be performed in a recursive broadcasting way: one first draws an arbitrarily chosen root variable σi according to its marginal µ(σi ).
On the freezing of variables in random constraint satisfaction problems
The generation of an uniform proper coloring can be seen as a broadcasting process: the color of the root being chosen, each of its sons has a color uniformly chosen among the q − 1 other ones, and this is propagated until the leaves of depth L have been reached.
On the freezing of variables in random constraint satisfaction problems
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