In general the data de-duplication is accomplished by splitting the input data into minor fragments and chunking
the fragments, using data de-duplication algorithm the redundant data is detected and further duplication process is continued.
More specifically, files are chopped into data blocks, called chunks, using either fixed-sized or variable-sized chunking
methods, so that redundant ones can be skipped for storage or network transfer.
" is one of those rare words that is a contronym--a word with two opposite meanings.
For two days of chunking
, we loaded a large box of squid, 50-plus pounds of frozen sardines, 8 dozen ballyhoo and as much ice as we could fit on the boat.
The eBook, titled Best Practices for Content Chunking
to Create Cogent E-learning Courses, is a very useful resource for instructional designers and training managers.
Shallow parsing, is also called text chunking
, plays a significant role in natural language processing (NLP) community.
It means that successive fixations constitute a higher order chunking
over and above the primary chunking
of gaze points.
" is scheduling all your weekly chores for the same day.
A benefit of this book is that it has added to the language of prefabrication and offsite manufacturing, quilting and chunking
their way to substantive and durable architecture.
Equal size chunks are generated by static chunking
(STAT) where all the chunks are of size NIP, self scheduling (SS) where all the chunks are unit size, and fixed size chunking
 (FSC) which requires the following parameters to be known a priori: [mu], [alpha]--the mean and the standard deviation of the iteration execution times, and h--the overhead of scheduling.
ROADWHEELS, IDLER WHEELS AND SUPPORT ROLLERS SHOULD BE INSPECTED FOR WEATHER CRACKING, CHUNKING
AND TREAD SEPARATION.