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block·y

 (blŏk′ē)
adj. block·i·er, block·i·est
Blockish.
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blocky

adj
like a block, esp in shape and solidity
ˈblockiness n
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block•y

(ˈblɒk i)

adj. block•i•er, block•i•est.
1. heavily built; stocky.
2. marked by blocks or patches, as in a photograph.
[1870–75]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blocky - resembling a block in shapeblocky - resembling a block in shape    
cubic, three-dimensional - having three dimensions
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blocky

adjective
Short, heavy, and solidly built:
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The Authors developed distortion-specific metrics to estimate blockiness, sharpness, and noisiness, leading to general-purpose blind PRI-based (BPRI) metric.
Net-MOZAIC is an advanced video content quality probe that provides specialized metrics including blurring, blockiness, freezing, lip sync and more with simultaneous full motion preview and image analysis.
The wide pavements create a wonderful spacious feel and repetition of key features in the buildings on either side of the road make links between them while tree-planting softens their confident blockiness.
But look closer and it seems Audi has ditched some of the old car's blockiness. Strakes on the hood lead down to wider headlights and a hexagonal grill.
It checks for video blockiness, dropouts, audio clipping, and other items such as looking for color bars and black sequences that should or shouldn't be present.
Any value below 100 is an indicative of a propensity toward blockiness to form contiguous comonomer-comonomer sequences.
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Most of the current NR-IQA metrics are designed for specific distortions, such as blockiness [11, 12, 13] and blur [14, 15, 16].
The main drawback is that with a small amount of blur (small blur kernels), the "blockiness" pattern from down-sampling to lower resolution and back becomes obvious, so this can be problematic if an effect needs to fade in/out, especially with moving images.
Rather, the bodies of water in the Ward Point Member appear to record a gradual shallowing and a transition to muddy floodplains marked by an increase in blockiness and abundance of carbonized roots.