deblocking

deblocking

[dē′bläk·iŋ]
(computer science)
Breaking up a block of records into individual records.
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The weight loss caused by deblocking and subsequent evaporation of the blocking agent from the coating systems usually amounts to 10-15 wt% based on the cured coatings, which is not negligible either from the point of view of material cost or the air pollution.
It involves the interaction of four elements: (a) blocking protein, (b) deblocking protein, (c) tumor antibody, and (d) tumor complement.
To convert older video while preserving quality, Telairity uses several image enhancement techniques including deringing, deblocking, and flicker reduction.
Over the past couple of days, Macedonian Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Defense intensively promoted this model before the international community, as a possible way of deblocking Macedonia's Euro-Atlantic integration.
Zoran Ivanov from Dnevnik analyzes the peculiar change in the strategy for the name and says that now the change of the name is slowly being announced like a solution for deblocking Macedonia's perspectives.
The next step in deblocking established mindsets is "to gain insight into how these [desirable values] can be applied to our personal life, our community, and finally to our work and organizations in general.
The further advances in video quality and prediction performance are achieved through the use of a deblocking filter, which removes block artifacts (common to other encoding techniques).
Also shown is how isothermal FTIR chemical conversion data can be used to obtain fundamental kinetic rate constants for deblocking and cure reactions for isocyanate-curable systems.
Company has integrated its Deblocking Ram bulk bag conditioning technology into its bulk bag discharging equipment to effectively break up and deliver severely agglomerated material into customer-supplied vertical form.
All blocking and deblocking was done by the programmer.