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filtering

In neuropsychology, devoting selective focus to certain stimuli while ignoring or minimizing others.
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The residual is then added to the original signal and this sum is again run through the filter, giving the overall filtering operation
Currently, the most commonly used filtering technique for 3D data is still the classical Gaussian filter because of its isotropic and phase correct transmission characteristic [2,5,7,8].
Donaldson says it's more filtering media and less frame area, plus deeper filter pleats and the evenly distributed size and shape of the fiber that contributes to better air flow.
Conveniently integrated on top of the collector, these after-filter modules prevent collected dust from re-entering the work space if there should be a leak in the dust collector's primary filtering systems.
The Neapolitan drip pot (with a coffee chamber containing a perforated metal floor) and the French drip pot (made of metal or vitreous china; whose upper chamber contains a perforated floor) may pre-date later filtering devices, but hand poured filter coffee is most probably one of the oldest brewing methods.
With a digital filter, the signal is digitized with an ADC, and the filtering is done in the digital domain.
The dirtier they get, the more efficient they become at filtering the air.
With the Modu-Kleen downdraft dust collector, the air enters at the top of the dust collector housing and flows downward to the cartridge filters, improving the filtering process and the material-to-air ratio.
Due to the variety of coatings and papers involved, proper process filtering of the type found in actual paper mills was a critical part of enhancing the new operational capability of the coating plant.
Bridging the gap between the nanoworld and the macroworld, researchers have created a membrane out of carbon nanotubes and demonstrated its potential for filtering petroleum and treating contaminated drinking water.
Additionally, software solutions require manual spam and virus updates versus centrally managed update subscriptions often included with filtering services or hardware solutions.
A three-judge federal panel overturned CIPA in 2002, ruling that constitutionally protected speech would be blocked by the Web filtering. The United States Justice Department, however, appealed this decision to the Supreme Court, which reversed the ruling by the three-judge panel and reinstated the law.