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English: The simplest way to quantize a signal is to choose the digital amplitude value closest to the original analog amplitude. Unfortunately, the exact noise that results from this simple quantization scheme depends somewhat on the input signal. It may be inconsistent, cause distortion, or be undesirable in some other way.
Author Gregory Maxwell


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