quantization

Normalization vs Quantization - What's the difference?

normalization | quantization |


As nouns the difference between normalization and quantization

is that normalization is any process that makes something more normal or regular, which typically means conforming to some regularity or rule, or returning from some state of abnormality while quantization is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values.

Quantization - What does it mean?

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Conservation vs Quantization - What's the difference?

conservation | quantization |


As nouns the difference between conservation and quantization

is that conservation is the act of preserving, guarding, or protecting; the keeping (of a thing) in a safe or entire state; preservation while quantization is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values.

Quantization vs Quantitation - What's the difference?

quantization | quantitation |


As nouns the difference between quantization and quantitation

is that quantization is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values while quantitation is the process of quantitating.

Quantization vs Quantification - What's the difference?

quantization | quantification |


As nouns the difference between quantization and quantification

is that quantization is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values while quantification is the act of quantifying.

Taxonomy vs Quantization - What's the difference?

taxonomy | quantization |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and quantization

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while quantization is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values.

Quantization vs Quantizer - What's the difference?

quantization | quantizer | Related terms |

Quantization is a related term of quantizer.


As nouns the difference between quantization and quantizer

is that quantization is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values while quantizer is an electronic device that samples a varying quantity (eg a waveform) and generates a digital response.

Quantization vs Quantized - What's the difference?

quantization | quantized |


As a noun quantization

is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values.

As a verb quantized is

(quantize).

As an adjective quantized is

(physics) expressed or existing only in terms of discrete quanta; limited by the restrictions of quantization.

Quantization vs Quantize - What's the difference?

quantization | quantize | Derived terms |

Quantization is a derived term of quantize.


As a noun quantization

is (uncountable|signal processing) the process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values.

As a verb quantize is

(physics) to limit the number of possible values of a quantity, or states of a system, by applying the rules of quantum mechanics.

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