Public Markets, Private Orderings and Corporate Governance

@article{Pagano1999PublicMP,
  title={Public Markets, Private Orderings and Corporate Governance},
  author={Ugo Pagano},
  journal={Law & Economics},
  year={1999}
}
  • Ugo Pagano
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • Law & Economics
A multifrequency detector, such as a DTMF detector, includes a Goertzel module detecting energies of a current frame of an incoming signal at nominal tone frequencies. A number of ratios are computed from the detected energies and supplied as an input to a multidimensional thresholding device such as a neural network. The neural network generates a decision level to be used in a subsequent frame decision. A frequency estimation module also receives the incoming signal and generates a number of… Expand
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