averaging

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averaging

[′av· rij·iŋ]
(control systems)
The reduction of noise received by a robot sensor by screening it over a period of time.
References in classic literature ?
They are a fine race of men averaging six feet in height, lithe and active, with hawks' eyes and Roman noses.
I never saw a better, averaging as it did between forty and fifty pounds a tusk.
The macroscopic equations result from a process of averaging out, and may be different in different cases.