Halftone

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Halftone

An engraving used to print an illustration, such as in a book or magazine. This word is most common in publishing.
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Although several studies [5-8],[11] have used the dithering technique in low frequency PWM, high frequency PWM is mainly used because of a drawback of dithering in low frequency PWM.
She was feeling much better until a letter arrived from the dithering driver, who was not involved in the accident in any way.
So my message to the First Minister is this: stop dithering and start delivering.
As for dithering, it's helpful to remember that, right or wrong, such an adjective applies only to the process of making a decision.
With such clear enunciation of what the Hindus presumably believe, the Congress dithering will clearly cut no ice.
Dithering that was not present when they then bent rules to save the Scottish banks.
Positive contribution of dither is lower peak-to-peak value of conditional mean E[[epsilon]|s] compared to error e without dithering.
The White House must stop dithering while America's armed forces are in danger.
Mr Dunne said: "Does this delay reflect more about the Government's attitude to our Armed Forces or is it another example of dithering incompetence?
And now he is dithering again and has said he would rather play Andy van der Meyde as a striker if he cant get anybody to fit the mould.
Not as far ahead as Kansas and Colorado legislators, who voted to prohibit the alcohol vaporizers while their Florida counterparts were still dithering.
Dithering (high frequency, low amplitude) motion is very destructive to traditional composite bearings, resulting in premature failure when compared to the life needed in the associated components around the bearing assembly.