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Buffer

In computer science, a temporary storage for data before it can be processed. For example, a word processor may put data in a buffer before sending it to a printer, because a computer operates faster than a printer.
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It can be seen that by using only colors from the background to generate new rows of pixels, the dark regions (foreground or noise) right on the edge of the input area are propagated as little as possible through the generated lines.
The materials input area is a small but vital part of the plant, Benac said.
Calculation of the Input Area - The required area is determined by the sand weight in the cavity and the configuration of the core.
But if you maintain a separate data-only input area, you can extract and save this section; in effect you produce your own audit trail.
The die channel geometry is described in all the cases by three areas: the input area, the calibrated area and the output area.
where: [T.sub.1]--the temperature of the input section; [A.sub.i], [N.sub.i]--the input area and its flow function; [epsilon]--the pressure ratio for the input nozzle; [A.sub.o], [N.sub.o]--the output area and flow function for the bearing; [A.sub.p], [N.sub.p]--the output area and flow function for the space between the propeller and the frame; [A.sub.b], [N.sub.b]--the output area and flow function for the bearing.