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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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However, Image Resizer handles all the image rescaling and optimization tasks efficiently.
For the purpose of understanding the "vanishing elasticity" limit, a simple rescaling can be done as follows.
The productivity plan focuses on three key areas: Rescaling the supply chain involves consolidating and right-sizing its manufacturing capacity to better match volume as well as adjust for expected changes in 2018.
It shows how these practices work together for migration and immigration governance in Spain through probation resulting from the rescaling of bordering practices across space and time, the deployment of a space of legally produced liminality for irregular migrants, and the use of conditionality and discretion in the assessment of desirability.
Also, since the detected regions have different sizes, an input image is generated through the process of rescaling and cropping the region of the obejct [17, 28].
Substituting black hole mass, temperature, and entropy into (32), then making a rescaling by the quantities at the critical point, we will obtain
We have included two more examples for point-wise operations into the benchmarks in Table 1: median filtering and intensity rescaling. Intensity rescaling is a two-step operation.
propose Kuijia, a robust traffic engineering system for data center WANs, which relies on a novel failover mechanism in the data plane called rate rescaling. The victim flows on failed tunnels are rescaled to the remaining tunnels and put in lower priority queues to avoid performance impairment of aboriginal flows.
In addition, recent works (Musterd, Murie & Kesteloot, 2006, Kennett & Forrest, 2006) recall that the neighborhood is a traditional unit of social integration, and argue that it can also be a favored mechanism for the development of strategies to fight against social exclusion, and new forms of solidarity, integration and social cohesion (Forrest & Kearns, 2001, Bridge, 2006), especially in a rescaling context of the State and its welfare policies.
The alternative approach takes advantage of the fact that a rescaling of the parent function plot's axes changes it into the generalised parent function plot.
where the matrix [A.sup.r](m x r) and [A.sup.c](c x n) determined by the scaling factor s and interpolation kernel embodies the rescaling process for the row and column, respectively.