data compaction


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data compaction

(1) Using encoding methods to reduce the amount of data that is stored and transmitted; for example, converting country names into two-character country codes. Eliminating redundancy is another data compaction method.

(2) Another term for data compression.
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New inline data compaction enables more data to fit in a smaller footprint and brings down the cost of flash beyond traditional compression and deduplication.
These parameters are needed to fully exploit the huge computational power of the GPU, obtaining thus a more efficient data compaction process.
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Only by dealing with data at the sub-block level can the level of data compaction demanded by ILM be achieved.
The codes give a unique identifier to each medical term they represent, facilitating data compaction and analysis and avoiding ambiguity.
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