Any pictorial representation of an object, be it a type character, a photograph, a drawing, etc., that exists either in printed form, on a glass disc (as a font image used in …
Any portion of a photographic negative or positive, printing plate, gravure cylinder, offset blanket, stencil, or other image-carrying surface which contains the image(s) to be printed.
A form of piling characterized by an accumulation of paper debris (such as lint, particles of filler, or dislodged bits ofcoating) that collects on the image areas of the blanket or plate and collects …
Alternate term for stripping. See Stripping.
A digital representation of an image, or an image existing as a pattern of bits, each of which is mapped to a specificpixel. See Bit Map.
A portion of an image. It can be relicated to fill a defined area.
Any data compression algorithm designed and used specifically for the compression of images, such as JPEG or LZW. See Data Comprtession.
Alternate term for raster data. See Raster Data.
A 2- or 3-dimensional space in which graphic entities may be defined. Typically larger than the screen, the screen area represents a window into this larger area.
In a video camera, a CCD array that uses electron beams to convert light into a set of electronic signals.
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