DCT

DCT may refer to:

In mathematics:

  • Discrete cosine transform, a mathematical transform related to the Fourier transform
  • Dominated convergence theorem, a central mathematical theorem in the theory of integration first proposed by Henri Lebesgue

In biology:

  • Distal convoluted tubule, a part of the functional unit of the kidney
  • Dopachrome tautomerase, a human gene

In business:

  • DCT Industrial Trust, from the companies ticker symbol

In computing and technology:

  • DCT (videocassette format), a videocassette format developed by Ampex
  • Dual clutch transmission, a vehicle technology which allows gears to be selected in fully manual or automatic mode
  • Discovery Channel Telescope, a 4.3-meter telescope
  • Director Control Tower, the controlling station for guns on a British warship, see British ordnance terms
  • Digital cable, Digital Cable Terminal, the generic term for the set-top box required to receive digital cable
  • DCT, Digital Core Technology, a baseband generation of Nokia mobile phones
  • .dct A proprietary audio file format for digital dictation

On warships:

  • Depth charge thrower, a mortar-like weapon used to launch depth charges at targets distant from the ship
  • Director Control Tower, a facility equipped to direct and control a ship's gun battery

In entertainment:

  • Dreams Come True (band), a Japanese band
  • dc Talk, an American Christian band
  • DC Thomson a publisher of British comics

In linguistics:

  • Discourse-Completion Task, a pragmatics research method

Other:

  • Divine command theory, a metaethical theory of morality
  • Danescourt railway station, Wales; National Rail station code DCT
  • Dennistoun Community Together, a Glasgow community group
  • Direct Coombs test, used to test for autoimmune hemolytic anemia.


Other articles related to "dct, dcts":

Clenshaw–Curtis Quadrature - Precomputing The Quadrature Weights
... In practice, it is inconvenient to perform a DCT of the sampled function values f(cosθ) for each new integrand. 0 to N/2, assuming that N is even) so that These weights are also computed by a DCT, as is easily seen by expressing the computation in terms of matrix algebra ... is the matrix form of the (N/2+1)-point type-I DCT from above, with entries (for zero-based indices) and is As discussed above, because of aliasing, there is no ...
Chlorothiazide - Chemical
... acid Etozoline Muzolimine Piretanide Tienilic acid Torasemide Thiazides (Na-Cl at DCT, Calcium-sparing) Hydrochlorothiazide# Bendroflumethiazide Hydroflumethiazide ...
Symmetric Convolution - Mutually Compatible Transforms
... by transforming real data through DSTs or DCTs) the inputs and outputs to the convolution can be and then tailor the symmetries of the transforms to the required symmetries of the ... of the domains from the main eight commonly used DST I-IV and DCT I-IV satisfy where represents the symmetric convolution operator ... f g h DCT-I DCT-I DCT-I DCT-I DST-I DST-I DST-I DST-I -DCT-I DCT-II DCT-I DCT-II DCT-II DST-I DST-II DST-II DCT-I DST-II DST-II DST-I -DCT-II DCT-II ...
Clorexolone
... Muzolimine Piretanide Tienilic acid Torasemide Thiazides (Na-Cl at DCT, Calcium-sparing) Hydrochlorothiazide# Bendroflumethiazide Hydroflumethiazide ...