A technique for encoding images using fractals.
Yuval Fisher’s fractal image compression site (http://inls.ucsd.edu/y/Fractals/).
[frak-tid] /ˈfræk tɪd/ adjective, Obsolete. 1. broken; having a part displaced.
[frak-shuh n] /ˈfræk ʃən/ noun 1. Mathematics. 2. Chemistry. (in a volatile mixture) a component whose range of boiling point temperatures allows it to be separated from other components by fractionation. 3. a part as distinct from the whole of anything; portion or section: The meeting started with a fraction of us present. 4. a […]
[frak-shuh-nl] /ˈfræk ʃə nl/ adjective 1. pertaining to ; comprising a part or the parts of a unit; constituting a : fractional numbers. 2. comparatively small; inconsiderable or insignificant: The profit on the deal was fractional. 3. Chemistry. of or noting a process, as distillation, crystallization, or oxidation, by which the component substances of a […]
- Fractional crystallization
noun 1. (chem) the process of separating the components of a solution on the basis of their different solubilities, by means of evaporating the solution until the least soluble component crystallizes out fractional crystallization (frāk’shə-nəl) A process by which a chemical compound is separated into components by crystallization. In fractional crystallization the compound is mixed […]