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blurring

[′blər·iŋ]
(mathematics)
An operation that decreases the value of the membership function of a fuzzy set if it is greater than 0.5, and increases it if it is less than 0.5.
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In general, blind image restoration is an ill-posed inverse problem which recovers the latent image from the blurred observation without any knowledge about the blurring process [9].
Blurring using intermediate lower resolution buffer at approx.
In computer science, blurring an image is equivalent to applying a filter known as Point Spread Function (PSF) to a sharp image.
To know where the future of trademark dilution by blurring law must go, it is essential to understand what it is, and where it came from.
Our objective was to create a digital signature method capable to withstand some standard image processing modifications (like blurring and sharpening) and at the same time remain sensitive to malicious image attacks with pixel-wise tamper localization.
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Here the blurring takes us still further from the source and toward quasi-expressionistic territory.
Shrum summarizes The Psychology of Entertainment Media: Blurring the Lines Between Entertainment and Persuasion as an inquiry into "how the lines between entertainment and persuasion have become increasingly blurred and how these blurred lines might either facilitate or inhibit changes in attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions" (p.
The choreography was transparent, much of it in unison, often concentrating on a single body part: fiercely fluttering hands, blurring windmill arms, and feet dancing over hot coals.
In addition to the blurring of lines between different levels of care in assisted living, the industry is also serving an increasingly diverse population.
THE new open primary system in California can lead to some very interesting scenarios that are worthy of consideration - the blurring of party affiliations, the threat of one party influencing the nominations of another party.
That helped to relieve the pain of moving my eyes," she said, "and subsequent treatment with intravenous steroids improved the blurring, blind spots, and my vision in general.