Definition of Resmoothing
1. resmooth [v] - See also: resmooth
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Literary usage of Resmoothing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adaptive Statistical Procedures and Related Topics: Proceedings of a by Herbert Robbins, John Van Ryzin (1986)
"Lemma 5.2 suggests resmoothing based on W. (y). Procedure 2. resmoothing Based on W (y). First, let Q (N ) - W.(N ) and for each 1^/2 < у < N -l, ..."
2. English Prose: Its Elements, History, and Usage by John Earle (1890)
"The upper end of the stilus was partly flattened, partly convex; to serve as a tool for erasure, which was effected by the process of resmoothing the wax. ..."
3. A Man of Athens by Ioulia D. Dragoumē (1916)
"A Man of Athens resmoothing of every scrap of packing-paper, for fear something might be overlooked; the desperate attempt to attach some meaning to this or ..."