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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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Then the 15-dimensional VQ codebook is used to vector quantize the diagonal edge blocks.
At the encoder, the ST-Q is used to quantize the CS measurements of video sequence.
Again, in order to quantize this toy model, we impose equal time commutation relations given by (17-19), and by means of normal mode functions [[psi].
In FDD systems, the effect of quantized CSIT is analyzed in [6] and [7], in which the authors use Grassmannian codebooks to quantize the channel direction information and feedback to transmitters with frequency domain symbol extension.
SiGine used Catalytic RMS fixed-point Analyzer and Profiler for algorithm quantization and shaved more than 50% of the typical time to quantize.
Scientists had long assumed that only one way existed to quantize physical parameters, but they lacked experimental evidence to support that belief.
To perform the information level modulation, the structured codebooks are designed using uniform quantizes.
The Faroudja line quadrupler captures a picture frame, quantizes it into pixels, digitally increases the number of lines of resolution by a factor of four, and sends the pixels to the Runco projectors, which have a one-millimeter spot size.