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- enPR: kwântĭzāshôn
- Hyphenation: quan‧ti‧za‧tion
- (uncountable, signal processing) The process of approximating a continuous signal by a set of discrete symbols or integer values.
- (countable, physics) A procedure for constructing a quantum field theory starting from a classical field theory.
process of approximating a continuous signal
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