headroom
Noun

headroom

  1. The vertical clearance above someone's head, as in a tunnel, doorway etc.
  2. (electronics) The ability of a system to reproduce loud sounds free of distortion; dynamic headroom.
  3. The distance between the actual performance of an algorithm and its maximum possible performance.
Translations
  • German: Kopffreiheit
  • Spanish: pierrecto



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