decompressor

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decompressor

(ˌdiːkəmˈprɛsə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a device for lowering motor engine compression
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Further studies into the effect of biological decompressors on no-till soils are necessary.
This may be related to the presence of larger pores derived from NT system, as well as to the cultivation of forage radish as a soil biological decompressor.
The IH-ZIP compressed data is totally decompressable by any regular UNZIP decompressors available.
In contrast, broadcast television is characterized by a powerful compressor (at the studio) feeding a very large number of smaller decompressors (at the viewer's end).
By the time you read this there might be a few new titles available using ActiveMovie, with various software decompressors working invisibly in the background.
At its simplest, every test compression solution requires some form of decompressor on the input side as well as some form of compactor on the output side (Figure 2).
Test compression methodologies typically decompress test data in one of three ways: Illinois scan (scan segment approach), reseeding, and continuous-flow decompressor (Figure 3).