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Data Compression

Generic Data Compression Techniques Data compression schemes fall into two categories. Some are lossless, others are lossy. Lossless schemes are those that do not lose information in the compression process. Lossy schemes are those that may lead to the loss of information. Lossy techniques provide more compression than lossless ones and are therefore popular in settings in which minor errors can be tolerated, as in the case of images and audio. In cases where the data being compressed consist...

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Cause And Effect Of Computer Addiction

Date: 02-08-14 AAIT 1-2 Prof: Engr. Geo Villamil 1. Analog Communication - Analog Communication is a data transmitting technique in a format that utilizes continuous signals to transmit data including voice, image, video, electrons etc. An analog signal is a variable signal continuous in both time and amplitude which is generally carried by use of modulation. 2. History of Analog Communication...

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8K High Resolution Camera System

Seminar Report Abstract Digital cinema is a promising application that utilizes high-speed optical networks to transfer super high definition (SHD) images. The networks are primarily used for distributing digital cinema contents in packet data form, and are also used to support new services such as the live streaming of musicals and sport games to movie theaters. While current transfer services offer high-definition (HD) quality video, live-streaming applications will soon shift to providing...

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How to Get the Best Results from Voip

or alternative one determines the right Codec to use for VoIP? In making the choice of what codec to use in VoIP, low bandwidth codec. Rule two; use the best codec possible by decreasing the Mean Opinion Score. Rule three; Use of more than one compression codec can seriously affect call quality so avoid where possible. Rule four; use of G.711u will result in a small amount of call quality degradation due to transcoding. Secondly, why should one use G727 for VoIP? This objective is to get the best...

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Picture Archiving And Communication System Case Study

system the patient initial data is written to the database using server with a particular medical record number or patient ID. Doctors can easily enter data for patient, search data and update data along with their reports e.g. CT scan and X-ray. Patient CT scan and X-rays reports are acquired from acquisition machine and are saved to matching patient ID in database. In searching doctor can search a patient data by its first name, last name, patient Id and date. Patient data that is saved in the database...

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File extensions and their Applications

color resolutions. Parent Applications For Windows: Adobe Photoshop CC For Mac: Roxio Toast 11 2.) .png- is a raster graphics file format that supports lossless data compression. PNG was created as an improved, non-patented replacement for Graphics Interchange Format (GIF), and is the most used lossless image compression format on the Internet. Parent Applications For Windows: Microsoft paint For Mac: Apple Safari 3.) .jpg - Compressed image format standardized by the Joint Photographic...

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Drawbacks of Traditional Management System

system is a non user friendly system compare to new computerized information system. o Time consuming procedure Traditional information management system is really a very time consuming procedure because a user take a long time to entry a data in a usual book or register, but in a computerized information system they can do it very easily & simply. This time consuming procedure makes a hamper to an organizations information system and make an obstacle to share information with every one...

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124 Tilt It

Calculate how much potential energy a spring gains as its compression is changed from a compression of .10m to a compression of 0.50 metres. The spring constant is 200 N/m. 13. A spring has a spring constant of 400 N/m. an object is placed against the spring when it is partly compressed, and is then released so the spring pushes it away. How much kinetic energy will the object gain as the spring goes from a compression of .80m to a compression of only .20 metres? (Hint: Ek gained by mass = U...

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Inbound Ssim Airline Activation Guide

.......................................................................... 1 2 Technical Specifications Format and Configuration .......................................................................................................... 5 Compression of SSIM ................................................................................................................ 5 File Naming Convention......................................................................................................

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Coding Tips

diagnosis. These codes should not be used in conjunction with chapter 11 codes. Check your individual facility policies on these codes for guidance. The External Causes of Injury and Poisoning codes (categories E000 and E800-E999) are intended to provide data for injury research and prevention, and they play a large role in how the right type of insurance payment is going to be selected. Worker Comp, Liability Insurance (Including Self-Insurance) and No-Fault Insurance are some of the choices. E codes capture...

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