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decompress

(compression, data)
To reverse the effects of data compression.

decompress

To restore compressed data back to their original size. Decompressing is also called "unarchiving." See data compression and archive.
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1 shows a simple description of the proposed FA-steganalyzer of heterogeneous bitmap images including raw uncompressed images and JPEG decompressed images with different quality factors.
As the sound waves compressed and decompressed the carbon powder, the electric current waxed and waned.
There is also a slight danger when files are compressed and decompressed (also called zipping and unzipping): In some instances, a few bytes of data may be altered or lost, which is why it's always prudent to keep an unzipped copy of the original data on a floppy disk.
CS MAILsweeper for SMTP does this extremely well using recursive disassembly to reduce e-mail into its most basic components -- decoded, decompressed, and split into subject line, message body and attachments.
The overfilled particles are then decompressed and, as a result of rapid phase conversion and expansion, rupture at their weakest points.
ACT is also a lossless technology, meaning no loss of data -- or display quality -- when characters are decompressed.
I am enthusiastic at seeing reactions of customers when comparing the quality of Piranha decompressed files with typical lossy JPEG quality.
Upon file access requests, compressed files are quickly decompressed and made available to the user.
With this demo 3 files of 11KB and 14KB are decompressed into 3 mpg files with 6,275KB to 8,144KB.
0 standard, and decompressed on the fly by the base unit (up to a CD-like sample quality of 48KHz), users will experience no interference with normal phone calls or DSL Internet connections.
Each song is securely stored in the jukebox and is decrypted and decompressed in real-time using TouchTunes' proprietary digital sound card.
In addition, the streamed packets can be easily decompressed for display at the user's desktop.