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Data compression is used to reduce the size of data for freezing it and transferring it bw computer Describe and compare in your on words at least three of the generic Data Compression Techniques?
Asked in Technology
How does compression effect images?
Any type of compression will ideally reduce the size of an image. There are two types of compression which describe how they affect images: "Lossy" compression This type of compression reduces the size of the image by removing some data from it. This generally cause, effect the quality of the image, which mean it will reduce your image quality. "Lossless" compression This type of compression reduces the size of the image by changing the way in which the data is stored. Therefore this type...
Describe a compression and rarefaction of a sound wave traveling through air?
Rarefaction [expansion of Air Pressure] is the opposite of Compression of Air Waves traveling through the Atmosphere. ...
What is compressional vibration?
Compressional vibration is a term used to describe a vibration that occurs as the result of compression. Compression can be described as when particles are pressed or forced together. Vibration occurs as a result of this pressure. ...
Describe a compression and a rarefaction of a sound wave traveling through air?
Compression occurs when the emitter is moving towards the observer compressing the wavelengths. This increases the pitch and is the 1st half of the Doppler effect. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Describe brachial plexus palsy associated with nerve compression?
Brachial plexus palsy is paralysis associated with compression/tearing of a group of nerves called the brachial plexus. The nerves can become compressed or torn when the neck is stretched. ...
How would you describe the compression of a longitudinal wave?
if you take molecules for example, when the molecules are more compacted close together that is called compression. that is also when there is sound. when the molecules are spread far apart that is called rarefaction. if you need more help just tell me ...
Asked in Neuroscience, Nervous System, Emotions
Describe peripheral nervous system damage due to whiplash?
Damage is due to nerve root compression. Only a very small compression will interrupt blood flow to a nerve cell, resulting in numbness or tingling. Pain occurs when the damaged nerve is irritated. ...
Asked in Nervous System
Describe possible damage to the central nervous system or the peripheral nervous system due to whiplash?
The damage involves compression injures in which pressure, twisting or stretching is applied to nervous tissues. In severe cases, compression injuries can affect the brain resulting in hematomas. ...
2001 Kia Spectra misfiring on cylinder number one Plugs and wires new ideas on what to check next?
I suggest you run a COMPRESSION TEST on all cylinders. It has been so long, I cannot describe how to interpret the results, but basically, analysis of the test results, both for the suspect cylinder and the others, and the relationship of the differences can tell you a great deal about the condition of the rings and valves. IF the compression in the SUSPECT cylinder is outside of the range of the others, that could be the cause of your miss....
Asked in Geology
Describe how the conditions under which rocks form affect the physical stability of rocks?
The conditions that affect physical stability are heat, temperature, compression, pressure, and the molecular structure. ...
Asked in Geology, Earthquakes
Describe the movements that occur along each of the 3 types of faults?
Shearing, tension, and compression work over millions of years to change the shape and volume of rock ...
Asked in College Degrees, Learning Theories
Describe the various programming techniques briefly?
describe the various programming techniques briefly.
Asked in Hair
Describe the physical effects of styling techniques on the hair structure?
Describe the physical effects of styling techniques on the hair structure? ...
Asked in Education
Describe how a sound travels through air when a student taps his pencil on a desk?
When a physical object moves in air, it causes vibrations which lead to compression waves in the air. These waves travel in the form of sound. ...
The last characters after the period in a file name?
Are called a file extension. They typically describe the function of the file. .exe stands for an executable file, a .jpg is an image compression, .doc is a Microsoft Word document, etc. ...
Asked in Geology
Describe how compression forces make rocks move along a reverse fault?
A reverse fault occurs primarily across lithological units where as a thrust usually occurs within or at a low angle to lithological units. ...
Asked in Chevy Tracker, Chevy S-10
Compression ratio in foot lbs-1993 Chevy s10 pickup with a 2.8?
factory recomeded compression ratio in foot pounds for a 1993 Chevrolet s10 truck with a 2.8 engine? Compression ratio in a vehicle usually refers to the difference of cylinder displacement at top dead center versus bottom dead center. For example: if the volume is 1 cubic inch at the top of the piston stroke and 10 cubic inches at the bottom of the piston stroke, 1/10=10:1 compression ratio (or is it 9:1? Close enough for government work.) Foot pounds is a measurement of...
Asked in Digital Cameras, Canon
How many megapixels are in a megabyte?
Megapixels and megabytes are not directly related. Pixels are used to describe the resolution of an image, whereas bytes are used to describe a measure of data. mega- is a prefix used to describe how much of them there are (1 million). If, for instance, a 1 megapixel image is stored with 24-bit color (8 bits for red, 8 bits for green, and 8 bits for blue), the total amount of memory required to store it would be 3 megabytes (24 megabits...