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Definition of the verb Resample
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verb - inflections: resampled | resampling | resamples
- To sample again; to repeat sampling
- [computing, media] To change the sample rate or dimensions of digital imagery or audio
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A Resampling Perspective by Peter C. Bruce
Definition: Resample A resample is a new simulated sample, that is, a collection of observations drawn from the original sample or generated randomly by ...
A Dictionary of Epidemiology (2014)
by Miquel Porta
One applies the estimator to each sample drawn, thus obtaining a set of resample estimates. The empirical variance of this set is the naïve bootstrap estimate of variance (“naïve” because better estimates can be created from the resamples by ...
by S. M. H. Collin
in the new message enter the correct address, copy the subject line from the original message and preface it with 're:' and insert the text of the original text request for comment see RFC resample to change the number of pixels used to make ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
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by Dominic J. Brewer, Lawrence O. Picus
That is, iftheOLS estimator from a givenmodel is unbiased, then if onewere to continually resample and reestimate the empirical model, the average ofthe OLS estimates will be equal to the causal effectof interest. Unbiasedness says that the ...
by M N Doja
resample To interpolate cell values in a raster object and create a raster with larger or smaller cells. resampling Extrapolating pixels values for a new grid from values in an old grid. It is applied after an image is rectified to a ...
The Professional's Guide to Terms and Techniques for Film and Digital Imaging by Barbara A Lynch-Johnt, Michelle Perkins
See also resample. Samsung. Manufacturer of digital cameras and other consumer electronics. sandarac. Acomponent of photographic varnishes. sandbag. Aweight used to stabilize light stands, tripods, and other equipment. Seealsoweight ...
by Steven G. Rogelberg
Thus, a frequent remedy is to resample indirect effects from the data, creating a normal distribution of sampled indirect effects in a process called bootstrapping. Generally, theoretical justification should reflect whether a full mediation or partial ...
by Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., Mehdi
the bootstrapping method (500 resample) was done to determine the significant level of loadings, weights and path coefficients. The research model of this study is as below. Measurement Model ...
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Video shows what resample means. To sample again, to repeat sampling. To change the sample rate or dimensions of digital imagery or audio. Resample ...
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The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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