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Quantize

To convert an asset or liability into a currency other than the regular trading currency.

Quantize

To express or convert an asset or liability as a quantity of a currency other than the one in which it usually trades. For example, Americans trading stocks on the IPE in London must report their assets in dollars for United States tax purposes. See also: Foreign exchange.
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In order to use the angular momentum condition, one assumes that the orbiting body is at or near its QCM equilibrium orbital radius r and that the orbital eccentricity e is low so that our nearly circular orbit approximation leading to the quantization equation holds true.
The quantization is a function of the input data and the sampling geometry: size, shape, topology, translation, and orientation.
Use of Neural Network in Vector Quantization design assures good performance both in quality of reconstructed image and computational effort.
With the extracted DC value and (L-1) AC values, the inverse quantization with a quantization factor Q is applied to each secret block.
In ND application mean value should be evaluated to achieve suppression of quantization error.
A simplified pictorial representation of Vector Quantization is shown in Fig.
Introduction 1: Food quality--a primary concern of the food industry: Automated evaluation of food quality: Food quality quantization and process control: Typical problems in food quality evaluation and process control: How to learn the technologies: References.
The university's new type of vector quantization technology involves compressing and decompressing the image data transmitted from a personal computer to the projector without causing any degradation in the quality of image, the researchers said.
Audio coding techniques are also presented, along with techniques based on wavelets and vector quantization.
These observations give clear evidence of the quantization of the crystal's magnetic field, the researchers conclude.
Within this essential reference logical organization of the material on gauge invariance, quantization, and renormalization is also discussed providing necessary reading for Cosmologists and Particle Astrophysicists.
As the size of metal nanostructures and optoelectronic nanodevices approaches atomic scale dimensions, quantization effects in their electronic and plasmon structure gain increasing relevance in light scattering.