to increase in density; the act of compressing, or the state of being compressed; compaction(noun)
Examples of word compression
It is what we call a compression astomosis ring, or CAR.
If Huffman compression is used then the related tables should be made available to receiver manufacturers without the need for a licence for Huffman look-up tables from the BBC.
Heavy use of compression is not a new development.
While the second form of compression is as old as vinyl (the revenge of Phil Specter?) these two types of compression are related as apparently louder music gives more room to hide digital compression artifacts, so producers are compressing music and increasing loudness.
For me, one artifact of extreme dynamic range compression is that it makes kick drum strikes painful to listen to.
"If Huffman compression is used then the related tables should be made available to receiver manufacturers without the need for a licence for Huffman look-up tables from the BBC".
Aside from fixed dollar margins, margin compression in the face of a rising cost (worsening FX) could also lead to a non-linear outcome.
You could see margin compression and the bearish ramifications of consumers saving rather than spending.
One of the fictional liberties I took with the story was a certain compression of timeframe.
But, of course, the problem with MP3 compression is that a lot of stuff over 15kHz is removed anyway.