Definition of "resampling" [resampling]

  • Any technique or instance of generating a new sample from an existing dataset. (noun)
  • Present participle of resample. (verb)

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Use "resampling" in a sentence
  • "Just one more thing: For some idiotic reason, web browsers * suck* at resampling images."
  • "New coders are encouraged to hack experienced coders work, resampling and modifying the code to create new works."
  • "But CMOS chips initially had trouble delivering live video images due to overheating, the need to come up with a way of resampling images on the fly (converting them from the sensor's maximum capacity to the smaller resolution of HD video) and other problems."
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