stopniowe zmniejszanie jakości np. obrazu, aby utrzymać działanie
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
It is simply another instance of 'graceful degradation'.
This offers a graceful degradation of the filesystem - some machines will remain working.
Compared to graceful degradation, the operational quality does not decrease at all, but the breakdown may be just as sudden.
In practice, graceful degradation has been supplanted by an attitude that the end user should "just upgrade".
Sir Eric thinks the British university system, after years of financial squeeze, is suffering 'graceful degradation'.
This property is also called graceful degradation.
Graceful degradation not only of the layout but of the experience, but never dumb down the content.
Increased survivability and 'graceful degradation' may result from the spatially distributed nature of multistatic radar.
Sit next to Sir Eric Ash at dinner these days and, sooner or later, the conversation will almost certainly turn to 'graceful degradation'.
The big drawback is the lack of graceful degradation; instead of a burst of static, signals will simply go silent.
This support for scalability allows for nearly transparent sound quality at 64 kbit/s and graceful degradation at lower bit rates.
(see Graceful degradation).
The need for scalability arises from graceful degradation transmission requirements, or adaptation needs for spatial formats, bit rates or power.
Media integration, so I can play sounds or stream music in standard ways without relying on Graceful degradation for legacy browsers (IE.
Graceful degradation: Unobtrusive DOM scripts never generate error messages, in any browser, even when they fail.
On the edge of a clear-reception area, the signal doesn't simply grow fuzzier and fuzzier with every passing mile, a phenomenon known in the industry as "graceful degradation."
The quadruplex design permits "graceful degradation" in flight control response in that the loss of one channel renders the FLCS a "triplex" system.
Then, when N.J. Transit's improvements started to show in the early 80's, he returned to the train only to watch the "graceful degradation" of the new cars and locomotives.
"The whole system underwent a graceful degradation because we couldn't spend what we needed to spend in recent years," said John C. Egan, the State Transportation Commissioner.
Graceful degradation attempts to provide the same or similar functionality to all users and platforms, while diminishing that functionality to a 'least common denominator' for more limited client browsers.
Sir Eric is not expecting the sky to fall in over his campus, but in a sense that is the problem - graceful degradation is just a mite too graceful.
Graceful degradation was supposed to allow the page to "degrade", or remain presentable even if certain technologies assumed by the design were not present, without being jarring to the user of such older software.
When applicable, it can provide actuators that have graceful degradation, and that continue to operate at close to nominal performance even in the presence of multiple faults in the actuator elements.
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