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downscale

To resize lower or convert down. See scale, downsample and downconvert.
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At this point, downscaled modeling results are invaluable to adaptation planning, and the expertise in the modeling community is improving all the time.
Thorsten Wagener, an associate professor at The Pennsylvania State University who specializes in hydrology, says there is not a major research university in the United States that doesn't have someone working on downscaled regional climate modeling (RCM) because the impact of climate change for planners and managers is a crucial question at the moment.
Public health scientists are continuing to analyze the NYCHP's downscaled data.
The frequency response function--inertance of the downscaled manufactured structure has been measured.
Finally, the application superposes the responses of the downscaled structure to the main harmonic excitations (Lupea, 2005).
Digital progressive RGB inputs are downscaled or upscaled to the CCIR-656 horizontal pixel count and converted to the 656 format.
s'' intentionally downscaled destruction isn't very satisfying, regardless of how much wit Carpenter scatters among the rubble.
Therefore, there is some likelihood that KRGT's expansion proposal could be delayed and/or downscaled in some manner.
The Navy originally planned to fly more powerful military F/A-18 Hornet and F-14 Tomcat jets, but later downscaled the project to quieter Lear jets.
The Company is continuing to operate with downscaled activities in some areas, notably in petroleum operations, in order to minimize operating costs, however it has maintained a very successful mineral processing development program which has resulted in several new processes ready for pilot demonstration and commercialization.
Other IVI firsts include software video de-interlacing for interlaced video content, true software alpha blending for the highest quality subpictures, highlights and subtitles, a software scalar to dramatically improve the quality of downscaled video on graphics chips that do not have scalars built in, software brightness and color control for the video window, a full precision video decoder for the highest quality video available on the PC, and AQC, IVI's Advanced Quality Control algorithms to allow the end-user to tune the quality to compensate for faster or slower CPUs.
This level of scaling performance is especially important in POTS-based videoconferencing applications where the quality of the downscaled video is critical.