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See Colour Filter.

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To remove lumps, excess liquid, or impurities by passing through paper or cheesecloth.
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[large eddy simulation] Several filter operations which eliminate or minimize these error terms have been proposed.{Citation needed|date=November 2010} == Classic large eddy simulation filters == === Box filter === === Gaussian filter === === Sharp spectral filter === == See also == ...
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To remove impurities by passing through paper, cheesecloth or chinoise.
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[signal processing] In signal processing, a filter is a device or process that removes from a signal some unwanted component or feature. Filtering is a class of signal processing, the defining feature of filters being the complete or partial suppression of some aspect of the signal. Most often, this means removing some frequencies and not o...
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A rule that stipulates when a security should be bought or sold according to past price action.
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Hardware or software designed to restrict access to certain areas on the Internet.
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[n] - an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it 2. [n] - device that removes something from whatever passes through it 3. [v] - remove by passing through a filter
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Something with small holes in it used in filtering.
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1) A device that removes signals with frequencies above or below a certain point called the cut-off frequency.
2) An equalizer section, used in this sense because filters are used with other components to give an equalizer its frequency response characteristics.
3) The action of removing signals of some frequencies and leaving the rest.
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(Digital cameras and photo printers) 1. A transparent, mostly coloured sheet of glass or plastic that can be placed in front of a lens to create a certain effect. 2. An option in an image editing program that enables certain adjustments to the picture, e.g. colour and brightness or foreshortening.
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To remove impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas, e.g., the removal of dust particles from air that is breathed in as it passes the hairs that line the nose.
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a circuit which permits certain frequencies to pass easily while inhibiting or preventing others. Typical filters include low pass, high pass, band pass, and band reject. A function that cuts off a specific frequency band to change a sounds brightness, thickness and other qualities. A few common filter types are Low-pass, High-pass and Bandpass. A ...
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Audio, Electronics, Signal ProcessingAny of various electric, electronic, acoustic, or optical devices used to reject signals, vibrations, or radiation of certain frequencies while passing others. Think sieve: pass what you want, reject all else. For audio use the most common electronic filter is a bandpass filter, characterized by three parameters...
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To separate an insoluble solid from a liquid by pour it through a solid (usually paper) to trap the solid particles and separate them from the liquid.
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A frequency sensitive network, consisting normally of inductors and capacitors, that attenuates noise and ripple components of a DC rectified output, or EMI components which might affect an input supply
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The name for any device that imposes a time constant on or removes harmonics or disturbances from a signal. Current common usage is for a device that is installed on the a.c. supply to a drive for the purposes of E.M.C. noise immunity and suppression.
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Creative effects applied with an illustration program to selectively emphasise or de-emphasise all or portions of an image. Filters can be used to sharpen or blur images or apply special effects. Filters also allow text and graphic images to look like they were created using textured backgrounds or applied on various types of backgrounds using diff...
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An electrical circuit that passes frequencies within a specified frequency band and attenuates signals that fall outside of that frequency band.
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A colored piece of glass or other transparent material used over the lens to emphasize, eliminate, or change the color or density (ND) of the entire scene or certain areas within a scene. Also see 'colour temperature', 'UV'. Technically, it explained as a piece of material which restricts the transmission of radiation. Generally coloured to absorb ...
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Fil'ter noun [ French filtre , the same word as feutre felt, Late Latin filtrum , feltrum , felt, fulled wool, this being used for straining liquors. See Feuter .] Any porous substance, as cloth, paper, sand, or charcoal, through which water or other liquid may passed...
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Fil'ter transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Filtered ; present participle & verbal noun Filtering ] [ Confer French filter . See Filter , noun , and confer Filtrate .] To purify or ...
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Fil'ter intransitive verb To pass through a filter; to percolate.
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Fil'ter noun Same as Philter .
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