A paper property that measures the extent to which a paper will retain its original color, brightness, and whitenesswith exposure to light. Various chemical constituents in paper pulp reduce its lightfastness, in particular the
Formerly called bible paper, lightweight papers include a variety of different types of low-thickness, high-opacitypapers used in bibles, handbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other uses that require low bulk or low weight
Alternate term for a halftone screen. See Screen.
Any data compression algorithm that will reduce the size of a particular file with no—or no appreciable—loss of data. (See also Lossy.) See Data Compression.
Any data compression algorithm that will reduce the size of a particular file with varying degrees of data loss. (See also Lossless.) See Data Compression.
See Low-Resolution File.
Descriptive of an image—either on a computer display or in printed form—that has a low number of dots—or pixels—per square inch. On computer screens and digital output devices, images are essentially
Alternate term for coarse data file. See Coarse Data File.
A unit of measurement of a light source, 12.6 of which equal one candle. See Candle.
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