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normalize

[′nȯr·mə‚līz]
(computer science)
To adjust the representation of a quantity so that this representation lies within a prescribed range.
In particular, to adjust the exponent and mantissa of a floating point number so that the mantissa falls within a prescribed range.
(mathematics)
To multiply a quantity by a suitable constant or scalar so that it then has norm one; that is, its norm is then equal to one.
(metallurgy)
To heat a ferrous alloy to some temperature above the transformation range, followed by air cooling.
(quantum mechanics)
To multiply a wave function by a constant so that its norm is equal to unity.
(statistics)
To carry out a normal transformation on a variate.
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