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Japanese translation: 床関数

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English term or phrase:floor
Japanese translation:床関数
Entered by: Peishun CHIANG
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13:19 Mar 22, 2007
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mathematics & Statistics
English term or phrase: floor
Found in a document regarding car-electronics.

.... the floor of the REAPTING-TIME-RANGE divided by the static slot length.

E.g. SLOT-ID 74 = SLOT-ID 1 + floor(2500us / 34us)

I guess the translation would be
REAPTING-TIME-RANGE を静的スロット長で除算した底
, but can this be right?

Please give me a better expression.

TIA
Peishun CHIANG
Japan
(で除算した値の)整数部分
Explanation:
床関数 floor(x) は、x より小さい整数値のことなので、こういう表現はいかがですか?整数値でもいいかも。

floor(2.341) = 2 です。

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RieM
United States
Local time: 16:17
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I would probably say "床関数値", but your advise was a good help. Thanks!
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3(で除算した値の)整数部分
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(で除算した値の)整数部分


Explanation:
床関数 floor(x) は、x より小さい整数値のことなので、こういう表現はいかがですか?整数値でもいいかも。

floor(2.341) = 2 です。



RieM
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I would probably say "床関数値", but your advise was a good help. Thanks!
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