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strobing

[′strōb·iŋ]
(computer science)
The technique required to time-synchronize data appearing as pulses at the output of a computer memory.
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Like the original model, the strobing and rotating versions are intended for indoor and outdoor general status indication and are designed to be implemented in areas with high levels of ambient light where a standard indicator light may go unnoticed.
Video artist Chloe Piene's Blackmouth, in the recent Whitney Biennial, catches the descent into wildness of a prepubescent girl in strobing slow motion.
Asked why a sponsor would wish to hold onto 40 apartments for a decade, Strobing says the reasons may vary.