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raw data

[′rȯ ′dad·ə]
(science and technology)
Data that have not been processed; may be in machine-readable form.

raw data

raw data

Unprocessed data. It often refers to uncompressed ASCII text or to uncompressed video. See ASCII file, raw video, native capacity and RAW image format.
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2(a), it can be seen that the proposed simulation method can generate raw data of mixed scenes which include extended scenes, fixed targets and moving targets with different velocities.
However, these bodies have neither supported the concept of requiring that all raw data be reported to the the U.
Via range FFT, the SAR raw data in range frequency domain (i.
Immediate access to raw data would address the aforementioned limitations posed by incomplete and imprecise data reporting.
The files for a particular sample will include all of the raw data files from a variety of instruments, the exposure sensor data, any secondary analysis files, log files and also data from additional instrumental scans.
The raw data is a compilation of stop-and-search figures submitted by each police division, which is a fairly representative distribution of the socio-ethnic spread of the L.
Meyer adds that such numbers represent effective throughput, not raw data rate as with the 54Mbps of 802.
To generate the data feed, Sockeye-developed software analyzes raw data collected from an infrastructure of geographically diverse servers.
The BaseLine CAS system comes standard with one high-performance real-time processor and 8 M sample raw data memory capable of sampling large blocks of raw combustion data while performing multiple real-time and online test calculations.
The rapidly expanding quantity of raw data created by the explosion of e-commerce highlights the business exposure that Internet companies face if they don't implement effective backup strategies that safeguard data.
Even before the big picture became entirely clear, the outline of that picture was clearly a triangle - with the MDS coordinator at the top and the nursing assistants, in possession of much of the raw data, especially regarding activities of daily living (ADLs), forming the base.