binarization

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

binary +‎ -ization

Noun[edit]

binarization (countable and uncountable, plural binarizations)

  1. Conversion of a picture to only black and white.
  2. Conversion of a tree (in computing theory sense) to one with at most two children per node.
  3. Conversion of a formal grammar to one where each rewriting rule has at most two nonterminals on its right-hand side.