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Description

In signal processing, distortion is the alteration of the original shape of a signal. In communications and electronics it means the alteration of the waveform of an information-bearing signal, such as an audio signal representing sound or a video signal representing images, in an electronic device or communication channel.

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Organizations relating to Distortion

European Fascial Distortion Model Association / Vienna, Austria / Est. 2006
African Fascial Distortion Model Society / Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso / Est. 2011
Fascial Distortion Model Global Organization / Est. 2017
FDM Asian Association

View all profiles (4 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

Action Strategies relating to Distortion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing agricultural trade distorting subsidies
Greenwashing
Distorting evidence
Distorting international trade by discriminatory preference agreements
Distorting
Clarifying musical pitch
Distorting statements
Identifying resource pricing distortions arising from environmental programmes
Distorting international trade through obstacles to patent protection
Distorting past events
Distorting planning
Distorting tax systems
Distorting foreign aid
Distorting musical pitch
Distorting indicators of achievement
Proportioning-Distorting
Distorting intergovernmental organizations by mini-state membership
Distorting
Distorting science
Reducing measures supporting uncompetitive production
Making innuendo
Distorting international trade as a result of government participation
Distorting maps
Improving pricing efficiency

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