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resample

(riːˈsɑːmpəl)
vb (tr)
(in digital media) to change the resolution of (a digital image or audio file) by increasing or decreasing the number of pixels in an image or altering the sample rate in an audio file
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Most, if not all, video mixing software such as vMix and Telestream Wirecast will resample all outbound audio sampling rates to a fixed rate, but server-side-based management of sources may not be able to resample audio rates on-the-fly.
Method 4: on the basis of method 2, use the clustering boundary sampling algorithm proposed in this paper to resample the training set.
ij] denotes the resample characteristics of the audio signal; H here is a function of high-pass filtering.
We have proved in our work that there is a nonzero zeroing mask for any resample factor p/q, where p and q are coprime positive integers and p > q, or that there is a (p+1) x 1 zeroing filter [F.
Vector signal analyzer (VSA) software then is used to further resample the DDC-decimated data for modulation-domain measurements.
We first resample from the "New, X" sample by picking 6 points with replacement.
The intelligent interpretation of features have been utilized to effectively align the images and to adaptively resample without much loss of sub pixel information.
The pattern in the absolute residuals was examined as a function of resample size to estimate minimum effective pooled sample size for each data set.
For the first run the plot of the resample is shown with the count in each cell and the History button clicked to highlight the counts.
In this study, we use the second scheme to resample the raw temperature-dependent developmental rate dataset of Colaphellus bowringi Baly (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) from 16 to 26 [degrees]C (Fig.