from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. That can be compressed: compressible packing materials; a compressible box.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. able to be compressed
- adj. Containing a circle that does not serve as the boundary of a disk that lies in the surface, but does serve as boundary of a disk that lies in the ambient manifold.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being pressed together or forced into a narrower compass, as an elastic or spongy substance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being forced or compressed into a smaller space or narrower compass; yielding to pressure; condensable: as, gases are compressible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being easily compressed
- adj. capable of being compressed or made more compact
About mid-day the pulse has come down to 80; and though feeble and compressible, is a very respectable pulse.
This suggests that some parts of the brain are more 'compressible' than others, he said.
Your other options are. tif,. gif and. png (among others), but most of the time you'll use. jpg files because they're compressible, meaning able to be shrunk and downloaded quicker.
The file size (bitrate) will vary depending on how "compressible" your video is.
Of course, when you "Download Your Information," it's still a cloud of bits and bytes, a compressible, zappable zip.
In this case however, the average distribution is important since the pattern is specified as a result of it being algorithmically compressible (as a result of its digits 'average distribution).
So, it is easier for chance the âfindâ one of the less compressible patterns, because there are more patterns with the same lower compressibility than there are patterns with the same higher compressibility — in the above case there are only 2 out of 1,073,741,824 patterns which have the highest compressibility and those two patterns are shown above in the repeating 1s and the repeating 0s.
In this case K (T) as the Kolmogrov Complexity is used to calculate the number of specified patterns since the pattern is specified as a result of it being algorithmically compressible.
CJYman: The only difference is that you think, without providing any evidence to back up your assertions, that CSI is not clear and rigorous enoughâ ¦ FYI, a door opening and closing and represented as 101010101 can be described as law-like by a mathematical description of regularities (an algorithmically compressible pattern) and is thus ruled out of consideration.
That is the case, since the less compressible the pattern is, the more it becomes algorithmically complex and the more random it becomes.