clamping

(klamp┬┤ing) in the measurement of insulin secretion and action, the infusion of a glucose solution at a rate adjusted periodically to maintain a predetermined blood glucose concentration. euglycemic clamping a clamp technique in which the blood glucose is maintained at normal levels...
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Clamping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Clamp
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Clamping

Occurs when a defending player places the head of his/her stick over the top of an offensive player's stick.
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clamping

a process in which some feature of a recurrent signal, for instance its d.c. component, is held at a reference value NOTE 1 - The reference value may be fixed or adjustable. NOTE 2 - The French term 'clampage' applies to a specific clamping process, for instance in television.
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clamping

holding the level of a defined part of the complete video signal at a specified value NOTE 1 - Clamping is usually used to restore the DC component of a picture. NOTE 2 - Associated term: to clamp.
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Clamping

[graphics] In computer graphics, clamping is the process of limiting a position to an area. Unlike wrapping, clamping merely moves the point to the nearest available value. To put clamping into perspective, pseudocode for clamping is as follows: ==Uses== One of the many uses of clamping in computer graphics is the placing of a detail inside...
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