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  • adj. Alternative spelling of highpass.
  • n. Alternative spelling of highpass.


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  • Plus, he did some excessive IMO sharpening and high-pass in PS.

    WIRED Video: Street Portraiture

  • Students who get several high-pass marks typically get a letter from the dean of students inviting them to find ways to contribute to the campus.

    25 New Ivies

  • The first term is graded high-pass, pass and fail.

    25 New Ivies

  • Sounds become grating, as if heard through a high-pass filter.


  • In certain situations, this process may restrict the extent to which a chronology portrays the evidence of long time scale changes in the underlying variability of climate that affected the growth of the trees; in effect providing a high-pass filtered version of past climate.

    More on the Divergence Problem « Climate Audit

  • For a cavity with a high-pass filter over it, I think it is really hard to imagine a scenario where the filter would not have the same temperature as rest of the cavity.

    Road Map #3 « Climate Audit

  • The 25-year smoothed age-banded reconstruction of the ALL temperature series with the 25-year high-pass filtered variability from the “Hugershoff standardized” reconstruction Briffa et al 1998a, the latter shown as annual bars above and below the 25-year variations.

    A Briffa Collation « Climate Audit

  • The net effect is a far more natural appearance than in any actual spacecraft image or in any processed images except the 1998 press release from JPL, for which the posted recipe consisted of passing the actual spacecraft image through high-pass and low-pass filters and averaging the two filtered images.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • The 1998 image received justified scorn and skepticism from the Mars anomaly "invisible college," having been needlessly subjected to a high-pass filter that served only to suppress detail -- precisely reflecting JPL's stated intent to "scotch this thing for good."

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Sounds like someone has stuck a high-pass filter between the microphone and the webcast computer or something.

    Whitfield SubCommittee: Edward Wegman Testimony « Climate Audit


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