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Synonyms for compression

Synonyms for compression

a compressing of something

Synonyms for compression

an increase in the density of something

the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together

encoding information while reducing the bandwidth or bits required

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It would be of interest to determine a relationship between compression set and CSR, and to evaluate the strengths and limitations of these tests in defining sealing capability and predicting service life.
This issue is reflected in an elastomer's high initial CSR relaxation and its high compression set values when test samples are removed at lower temperatures.
Professionals and manufacturers say most of what you know about compression - or think you know - is a myth.
The notion that a big hitter needs to play a 100 compression ball is simply wrong.
The three CPR trainers with the highest percentage of compressions in target were:
The AED Plus and the AED Pro now offer the ability to follow the newly recommended compression-to-ventilation ratio of 30 compressions to two breaths.
The AED Plus also allows rescuers to see and hear how well they perform the rate and depth of CPR chest compressions.
This special electrode set, known as the CPR-D--padz(TM), includes a sensor that measures the rate and depth of chest compressions.
With the use of Q-CPR, the median percentage of chest compressions within CPR guidelines more than doubled from 24% to 53%.
Dana Edelson, reported that a modest increase in the depth of chest compressions doubled the chance of defibrillation success, which is associated with more patients leaving the hospital alive.
Application Provides High-Volume Compression and Encryption of DICOM Images; Maintains Image Fidelity, While Dramatically Reducing File Size, Freeing Bandwidth and Storage Capacity; Protects Images from Improper Access
the leader in video compression and high-quality Web streaming services, Monday announced the availability of Sorenson Video 3 exclusively for QuickTime.
has agreed to license a UNIX version of LEADTOOLS(R), which contains LEAD's image compression technology, on behalf of McDonnell Douglas.
While the uniaxial compression test is well documented in ASTM D575, roughness and lubrication were found to affect force-deflections quite significantly.
With a tremendous technology already in place, we needed a CEO with the industry knowledge, international experience and leadership skills to lead this company forward," said Garrett Cecchini, founder of Compression Science.