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An armband with a special dye, which gives back correct responses to a minified radar scope, is worn by Library employees on those floors.
In programmer culture, aiming at extremely minified source code is the purpose of recreational code golf competitions.
MinifyImage scans the reference image to create a minified image by computing the weighted average of a 4x4 cell centered at each reference pixel.
However, minification is not necessarily convenient nor efficient, and may still require separate HTTP connections to get the page and the minified resources.
The total CSS code of Cascade Framework is only 9712 bytes minified and gzipped and can be further reduced if you don't need all modules.
With Peli's glasses, the transparent display allows patients to retain their ability to see detailed visual information, while also viewing a superimposed minified outline version of a wider visual field.
Featuring a minified housing and reduced 8.5mm contact element, the Volk DynaView 156 revolutionizes retinopathy of prematurity surgery and is an absolute requirement for lens sparing vitrectomies in ROP.
Because the minified outline can strongly distort perception of distance and obstacle location, and only provides coarse information about the scene, Peli and his team wanted to know if patients were able to use the device to make correct judgments about potential collisions.
Minified source code may also be used as a kind of obfuscation, though the term obfuscation may be distinguished as a form of false cryptography while a minified code instance may be reversed using a pretty-printer.
Minification can be distinguished from the more general concept of data compression in that the minified source can be interpreted immediately without the need for an uncompression step: the same interpreter can work with both the original as well as with the minified source.