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Synonyms for sampling

items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population

measurement at regular intervals of the amplitude of a varying waveform (in order to convert it to digital form)

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Starting at $2,499, the Echos notebooks include four Pentium-based models, PCI bus architecture with 256Kb L2 cache, 1.3Gb hard disk drives, high-resolution 800 x 600 Super VGA color displays and a multifunction bay with 6x CD-ROM, 16-bit sound card, a microphone, stereo speakers and a modular floppy disk drive.
* 11 Bay mid-tower * 75 MHz Pentium * 16 MB RAM, 256 K cache * 1 GB, 10 ms IDE hard drive * PCI-bus IDE controller * 64-bit PCI-bus video card with 2 MB * 17-inch monitor * 3.5-inch 1.44 MB floppy drive * 14.4 fax/modem * Quad-speed CD-ROM * 16-bit sound card and speakers * DOS, W4W 3.11, mouse, software * Cost: $2,699
Technologically superior 16-bit sound cards (Sound Blaster 16) offer much higher quality sound output.
The computer also includes a 16-bit sound card to provide the system's audio messages, which play through dual speakers.
video memory, mouse, 16-bit sound card with speakers or headphones, Internet connection for some features.
Windows: 486DX2/66MHz or higher, minimum of 12 MB (16 MB recommended for Windows 98), 256 color, 640 X 480 display, 16-bit sound card, quad-speed CD-ROM drive, Windows 3.1, 95, 98.
16-bit sound board from Creative(R) Labs or other SoundBlaster(R)-compatible, 16-bit sound boards.
In addition, the title requires an IBM or IBM-compatible PC, 486DX66 or higher, 16 MB of RAM, 25 MB of free hard-disk space (additional storage needed for installation of QuickTime), SVGA color monitor, 16-bit sound card, CD-ROM drive (double speed or faster), and a mouse.
You need a PC with a minimum of a 133 MHz Pentium[TM] or MMX microprocessor, 32 MB of memory with Windows 95[TM] (more with Windows NT[TM]), a 16-bit sound card, and 60 MB of storage space on your hard drive.
With clear 16-bit sound and the language spoken by French speakers its perfect for people aged seven to 70 Don't delay.
If your PC does not come factory equipped for multimedia, you may need applications that support Moving Pictures Expert Group (MPEG) for full-motion video; devices such as a 16-bit sound card and speakers for stereo sound.