adaptive compression

adaptive compression

A data compression technique that dynamically adjusts the algorithm used based on the content of the data being compressed.
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In the simulation figures, 'with RZS' denotes the compression scheme proposed in [4]; 'with improved RZS' denotes the compression scheme proposed in [14]; 'with ASCS' denotes the adaptive compression scheme proposed in [15]; 'with DS-ASCS' denotes the proposed compression scheme in this paper.
Application acceleration: Application acceleration is a suite of technologies that combines fast packet processing with SSL acceleration, connection multiplexing, dynamic caching, and adaptive compression to improve application response times.
Speed up business processes and lower data management costs--The Adaptive Compression and Multi-Temperature Data Management features instantly compress data to make it easier for business applications to use it and place it into the most effective storage.
systems; adaptive compression and multi-temperature data management that
The new software includes access to big data for deeper insights; big data integration and real-time data analysis, providing faster insights from unstructured data, such as social networking information or text from mobile devices; faster business processes and lower data management costs; Adaptive Compression and Multi-Temperature Data Management; and Time Travel Query, which enables easier access to data at any point in time.
Capable and fast, the APV9650 introduces enhancements for optimizing service delivery and lowering costs in the enterprise and service provider data center including application-aware traffic management, dynamic caching and adaptive compression and SSL acceleration.
The Advanced Adaptive Compression reduces print data by up to 98% and ensures fast printouts and low bandwidth needs.
Some poster session topics include spectral information recovery for compressed image restoration, adaptive compression of graph structured text, and multi-dimensional compression using JPEG2000.
The recorders combine video transcoding and adaptive compression technology to ensure quality video and optimal bandwidth.
Features include TurboStreaming, SSL termination, intelligent cache validation, image transformation, content-aware streaming and adaptive compression.
HyperIP's adaptive compression features further enhances application throughput performance with compression ratios ranging from 2:1 to 8:1, depending on data type and compressibility.
Examples of these are the Class D Amplifier, K-Amp, Adaptive Compression, Input and Output Compression, and Digitally Programmable Linear, ranging in cost from $800 to $1,200.

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