- v. present participle of bin.
“From my time co-habitating the Greater Victoria Public Library with a number of homeless intellectuals, I’m aware that binning is a tricky enterprise that requires well-planned execution for financial sustainability, but this is a residential neighbourhood and I assume there’s plenty of recycling to be had.”
“By incorporating a technique called binning in 2x2 pixel groups, the S5K4AW's 1. 2Mp resolution (1280x960 pixel format) also can display standard VGA format without the need for cropping.”
“I like the idea of binning rural street lighting on motorways and large sections of A roads.”
“Also, the main camera sensor includes the ability to use 2 x 2 pixel "binning," meaning it treats four pixels as one.”
“Biotechnology's dual-use conundrum may hint at the difficulty of "binning" advanced cognitive science research and development into offensive or defensive categories.”
“binning" system, which provides tapeless delivery of VFX shots to the client via Avid or Final Cut Pro media files.”
““With this simple message want to inspire people to think twice about binning their empty bottles and cans … an empty drinks can that you recycle today could be back on the shelf as a brand new one in just six weeks.””
“My advantage - I hope - is that when I kill off two chapters, I'm binning 60 words, rather than 6,000.”
“Did you know, for instance, what was unusual about Louis Deacon's sin-binning for a blatant professional foul on Friday night?”
“Iknow you almost always zoom out (!) to see apattern, but if you want to get into pixel-peeping, Iknow alittle about decomposing apixel into constituent spectral signatures, k-means clustering and machine-learning classification, and all the lovely supervised and unsupervised pixel binning techniques.”
Looking for tweets for binning.