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Therefore, the proposed scheme performs the quality control after the initial buffering. In the case of HTTP adaptive streaming, the client selects the lowest quality to fill the buffer after streaming has started.
Many researchers have studied the vibration and dynamic responses of the buffering devices under the effects of impact loading in order to reveal influences on the stability of buffering devices.
The method of buffering with capacity can vary depending on the operation.
This is especially the case where just-in-time and Lean buffering strategies are in place.
The first section reviews principles of acid-base physiology, describing pH and hydrogen ions, buffer systems, and intracellular and extracellular buffering mechanisms.
This study offers promise that farmers will be able to gain income from the buffers while keeping their buffering capacities at peak levels.
The scientists are searching for evidence of significant global changes in ocean pH that might indicate the ocean's buffering system had been outmatched at times in the past.
Rather, buffering should begin in the fields and headwater reaches where most of the runoff, sediment, and chemical pollutants first enter the channel system.
A robust network, data buffering, and high-performance storage management solutions are needed too.
Each I/O subsystem uses its own buffering or caching mechanism, and applications generally maintain their own private I/O buffers.
A restatement of the first question is: "Which work stations need buffering against the variations in the flow of parts from other work centres?" The development of answers to these questions must begin with the selection of an objective function.
For this reason, it is essential to limit the data traffic between FPGA based NPS and external memory by buffering image data on chip (FPGA).