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Synonyms for compress

Synonyms for compress

to subject to compression

to reduce in size, as by drawing together

Synonyms for compress

a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever)

make more compact by or as if by pressing

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Input specification Application Version PNG ImageMagick 70.7-2 (libpng 1.2.46) PNG optipng 0.7.6 (libpng 1.2.46) PNG pngcheck 2.3.0 (libpng 1.2.46) GZIP gzip 1.4 ZIP unzip 6.00 tar tar 1.26 RAR rar 1.26 UDP/TCP/IP/IGMP tcpdump 4.9.0 Table 5: Time costs of the identification strategies.
The availability of high-value IP such as the CAST GZIP compression core in QuickStore completely streamlines the integration in QuickPlay and offers a pay-as-you-go mechanism that enables users to pay for IP based on the number of implementations rather than a sizable upfront one-time fee.
Within that B-tree the data is also compressed to make it essentially of identical size to a normal gzip of the same data--about 90% reduction of the raw data size.
These include archiving utilities, such as tar, and compression utilities, such as gzip. Both tar and gzip are available in open-source implementations and do not employ proprietary algorithms, which would require the payment of royalties.
It has a built-in compression/decompress utility for extracting and creating archives in Zip, GZip and TAR formats.
WebRider takes over such functions as SSL encryption, GZIP compression and TCP connection management.--Stampede Technologies
The devices will deliver ActiveX applets to extranet desktops, which will proxy for TCP traffic and compress it using a variation of the Gzip compression method.
Incorporated in early 2001, HyperSpace evolved from a compression algorithm (dubbed "gzip") developed a decade ago at Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a NASA-funded space research center in Pasadena, Calif.
This set, Issue 101, contains 18 528 structures in gzip format and requires 9 CD-ROMs per set.
For example, many corporate Web servers support only the HTTP 1.0 protocol, and therefore are not compatible with gzip. Similarly, most dial-up users today have 56K modems that have built-in hardware compression.
It also provides Z, TAR, Zip, and Gzip compression as well a Binhex, MacBinary, MIME, and uuencode encoding.
They obtain the same compression ratio as gzip for executable code.
As shown in Figure 2, this fact makes our compressor better than Gzip for files of at least 1MB instead of 10MB.(1) The need to decompress the vocabulary at search time poses a minimal processing overhead which can even be completely compensated by the reduced I/O.
GZIP: File compression program commonly found on the Internet.