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analog data

[′an·əl‚äg ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data represented in a continuous form, as contrasted with digital data having discrete values.

analog data

Data that is recorded in a form that is similar to its original structure. Contrast with digital data. See analog.
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By forming the ferroelectric memristor with a highly oriented lattice on the digital circuit, analog processing[3] in which operations on analog data are carried out directly has been made possible.
The second section includes case studies illustrating the integration of analog data into reservoir modeling.
Data can be acquired from any elemental analyzer that is equipped with an analog data output, and the software supplies an A/D converter (PCI, USB or TCP/IP).
Though the complete journey from analog and digital data creation to long-term archival storage could involve a return to analog data, in either case the issue of managing archival storage is without a doubt a pressing one.
However, analog data is also converted to digital form for transmission.
DSP--digital signal processing--transfers digital data (and analog data after it is converted to digital) from one source to another, providing a precise method with which to collect data and process it.
New enhancements allow users to output analog data to the devices of their choice, providing a means for capturing the neutralizer's ion output, neutralizing current flowing to the charged material, as well as system diagnostics.
These computer-based broadcasting innovations make it possible to convert analog data (traditional audio signals transmitted from vinyls or CDs or radio stations) into digital data, or bits; compress it--compression/ decompression software, CODEC, removes sound data from the original sample for transmission over the Net and then adds some or all of it back when the tune makes it to your computer; and then resave it for broadcasting using one of a variety of industry formats such as MP3, RealNetworks, Windows Media Player, and QuickTime.
The TMP1942's high-speed ADC has a 1-microsecond conversion time, and the chip's 3-channel, 10-bit precision DAC with output AMP can readily translate high analog data amounts.
The amount of digital or analog data that can be broadcast or carried through a wire is bandwidth.
6-kb/s data circuits, or seven to eight voice or analog data channels.
This includes early foundational work in World Wide Web Consortium technology and analog data broadcasting.