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How DOCOMO Beijing Labs cut development time in half

3/6/2012 12:44 PM EST
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re: How DOCOMO Beijing Labs cut development time in half
agk   3/7/2012 7:33:11 AM
The high level communication system functions in the matlab tool boxes are making this possible.Using this the lab has increased the number of simulations it runs by a factor of five. For them the development time was reduced by 50% compared with traditional C or C++ development. Probably certain special functions still need to be developed using low level coding to fulfill their specific application.

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