overcompress

overcompress

(ˌəʊvəkəmˈprɛs)
vb (tr)
(Computer Science) computing to excessively apply a compression program to (electronic data), thus distorting it
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Furthermore, when a significant volume of bone graft material is required, there is risk that the screw can displace the graft or overcompress the fracture site.
In addition, wet shoes cannot absorb shock as effectively and will tend to overcompress. Rotating pairs so they have a couple of days to dry out before running in them will help.
When people see that water, they often assume the valve didn't close, so they crank down harder, which overcompresses the washer, greatly reducing its life.
Because the maximum pressure of 0.16 MPa or more was much higher than the back pressure of 0.1349 MPa, it was in an overcompressed state, which not only produced severe noise but also wasted the energy required by the compression process; therefore, it is necessary to take measures to reduce the compression end pressure.
Before optimization, the compression chamber is overcompressed, with a pulsation peak of about 0.162 MPa, and, after optimization, the compression chamber is undercompressed, with a pulsation peak of about 0.118 MPa.
The voiceover does not accompany the 'visualized flash-back', as Smith's overcompressed description implies; it follows, separately.
You can use it to remove blemishes from a photo, repair overcompressed JPEGs, or replace unwanted details and larger objects.
In The Phoenix and the Tortoise and The Signature of All Things, the typical line is seven or eight syllables long and features three heavy stresses, and it is consistently supple, neither fragmented nor overcompressed, because of Rexroth's use of punctuation.
Part of the blame may be laid on adherence to facts: Covering a roughly two-decade span, pic's events too often seem overcompressed, with psychological depth sacrificed.
This mistake has not passed unnoticed and emendations have been suggested;(32) but given the superficial nature of the whole passage I am inclined to think that we have here an overcompressed paraphrase of another summary, made without reference to the text of Thucydides.
But he's pretty certain that unless ASkyB is willing to compromise reception quality by jamming as many channels as it can into an overcompressed environment, the technology for satellite to go local on any realistic level is at least several years off.