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Synonyms for blur

become indistinct

Synonyms

  • become indistinct
  • soften
  • become vague
  • become hazy
  • become fuzzy

obscure

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Synonyms for blur

Synonyms for blur

a hazy or indistinct representation

become glassy

to make less distinct or clear

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make unclear, indistinct, or blurred

make a smudge on

make dim or indistinct

become vague or indistinct

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The cepstrum of the blurred image gradient is neither sensitive to the effect of the random path [2] nor to the random noise which produced in the blurring process.
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Blurring using intermediate lower resolution buffer at approx.
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Our goal is to present digital signature method with pixel-wise tamper localization ability, capable to resist blur/sharpen procedures, as usually image blurring or sharpening does not influence essence of the image.
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Here the blurring takes us still further from the source and toward quasi-expressionistic territory.
Shrum summarizes The Psychology of Entertainment Media: Blurring the Lines Between Entertainment and Persuasion as an inquiry into "how the lines between entertainment and persuasion have become increasingly blurred and how these blurred lines might either facilitate or inhibit changes in attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions" (p.
The choreography was transparent, much of it in unison, often concentrating on a single body part: fiercely fluttering hands, blurring windmill arms, and feet dancing over hot coals.
Beaulieu's approach draws attention to Morrison's original treatment of gender roles, as well as to her use of "blurring" as a recurrent narrative strategy.
Now we are seeing changes that are leading to a "blurring of the lines" between formerly separate; fixed points on the long-term care spectrum, such as traditional nursing home care, and residential alternatives such as assisted living.
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While Moriyama tries to arrest the invisible by means of radical blurring, Suzuki does so by insisting on the materiality of a photographic vision.