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Twenty-five (10 ruminally cannulated) Holstein cows averaging 82 +/- 34 d in milk were assigned to 5 x 5 Latin squares (21-d periods) and fed diets supplemented with one of four different proteins to assess effects on production, ruminal metabolism, omasal flow of N fractions, and degradation rates of protein supplements. Total mixed diets contained (dry(More)
The quality of transmission in digital communication systems is usually measured by Frame Error Rate (FER). The time taken by standard Monte Carlo (MC) simulation to estimate the FER increases exponentially with the increase in Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). In this correspondence, we present an Adaptive Importance Sampling (AIS) technique inspired by(More)
Ten ruminally cannulated lactating Holstein cows that were part of a larger trial studying the effects of feeding different proteins on milk production were used in a replicated 5 x 5 Latin square to quantify flows of microbial and rumen-undegradable protein (RUP) in omasal digesta. Cows were fed total mixed rations containing (dry matter basis) 44% corn(More)
We introduce the use of Fast Flat Histogram (FFH) method employing Wang Landau Algorithm in an adaptive noise sampling framework using Random Walk to find out the pseudo-codewords and consequently the pseudo-weights for the Belief Propagation (BP) decoding of LDPC codes over an Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) channel. The FFH method enables us to tease(More)
Eight ruminally cannulated lactating dairy cows from a study on the effect of dietary rumen-degraded protein on production and digestion of nutrients were used to assess using sample duplication to control day-to-day variation within animals and errors associated with sampling and laboratory analyses. Two consecutive pooled omasal samples, each representing(More)
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