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rescale

(riːˈskeɪl)
vb (tr)
(Mathematics) to alter the scale of; resize
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Verb1.rescale - establish on a new scale
resize - change the size of; make the size more appropriate
scale down - reduce proportionally; "The model is scaled down"
scale up - increase proportionally; "scale up the model"
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In Definition 5.4, Lemma 5.5, and Theorem 5.6, below, we will see that [GAMMA] consists of four subsets [S.sub.j], j = -1, 0, 1, [infinity], that are the asymptotic cluster sets of the zeros of the rescaled Hermite-Pade polynomials [P.sub.n], [Q.sub.n], [R.sub.n], and the remainder term [E.sub.n].
(That's in constant terms: IQ scores are periodically rescaled so that the average score is 100.) The increase was far too fast to result from genetic changes, so most researchers attribute it to an array of environmental influences: improved nutrition, more-challenging childhood games, better teaching methods, and even exposure to more media in the form of television and computers.
The population-weighted overlay of individual waterfowl species' ranges intersecting with HPAI H5N1 virus locations (Figure 2B) can, in turn, be intersected with the wintering areas' boundaries (rescaled from 0 to 1 as an index of wintering site suitability) to delineate the areas where migrating birds are more likely to concentrate.
The percolation curves are rescaled with the threshold pressure and plotted in Figure 9b and the figure shows that the [phi] vs.
Again, the scene is filtered through the lens of a camera, flattened and rescaled onto another monitor, calling attention to the way filming distorts the "real" world.
Because a bitmap uses a fixed or raster graphics method of specifying an image, the image cannot he immediately rescaled by a user without losing definition.
The accuracy of linking constant estimates and the accuracy of rescaled GPCM parameter estimates obtained with each method was examined in a simulation study.
These files have been rescaled with a data resolution of one byte per data element, each element thus having a value (greylevel) between 0 and 255.
The image can then be viewed, stored, analyzed or rescaled to produce and image that can be printed.
In the data analysis, the 15 percent attendance score is removed and the weights of the tests and assignment were rescaled back to the same grading scheme with the control class.
Also, to be empirically meaningful, Shephard's distance functions rely on an "attainability assumption." This assumption states that all output vectors can be obtained from the rescaling of any nonzero input vector or that all input vectors are feasible in the production of any rescaled nonzero output vector (see Shephard 1970, Chapter 9).
First proposed by Hurst (1951), the rescaled range technique has been applied to numerous time series of natural phenomena such as river levels and tree growth rates to measure the level of randomness in a system over time.