quantization level

quantization level

[‚kwän·tə′zā·shən ‚lev·əl]
(communications)
Discrete value of the output designating a particular subrange of the input.
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Data acquisition systems quantize the sampled data to generate digital signals with a quantization level that is supported by the ECU.
The payload of each packet varies from 60 bytes to 500 bytes depending on the number of values that are grouped and the quantization level that is used.
Quantized(x) is quantized effect drawing, q is quantization level, [DELTA]q controls the width of quantization range, [q.
If the element of the first image has a quantization level i, and the element of the second image has a level j, then the even function [f.
Resolution is the smallest quantization level determined by the analog-to-digital (A/D) converter in the oscilloscope.
In contrast, Semaphore provides the actual quantization level used for each frame, which I explain further later.
Note that it is necessary to keep quantization level a smaller than quantization level b even after authentication code embedding.
264, MPEG 1, MPEG 2, VC1 video codecs and a wide range of audio codecs, accurately assessing the effects of lost packets, error propagation through the GoP structure, codec quantization level, frame rate and other key factors to product accurate Video MOS scores and a wealth of diagnostic information.
Semaphore "watches" for source files within a central directory and then moves them automatically through QC, applying the user's customized, job-specific parameters for metrics such as maximum bit rate, dropped frames or quantization level.
Kim et al conducted the systematic experiments to estimate the depth map quantization level that affords acceptable image quality on DIBR using the depth map from 16-bit to 1-bit depth [9].
Prior to QC, the video professional can set job-specific encoding parameters for metrics such as maximum bit rate or quantization level.