American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The appearance of jagged distortions in curves and diagonal lines in computer graphics because the resolution is limited or diminished.
- n. The static distortion in digital sound caused by a low sampling rate.
“Remember that aliasing occurs when we resample a signal containing frequencies above the”
“Password aliasing is very helpful when we do not want to give our passwords to the personal in charge of application server management or administration tasks.”
“Being able to refer to classes in the current namespace without their fully qualified name is a good improvement over the long class names we had to deal with before namespaces, but we can expand the name aliasing further.”
“* RFC 21: OGR SQL supports type casting and field name aliasing”
“In digital signal processing, anti-aliasing is the technique of minimizing the distortion artifacts known as aliasing when representing a high-resolution signal at a lower resolution.”
“-- property portNumber = 1527: password = localhost: databaseName = GiADatabase: create = true GiA_Derby_Pool Password aliasing is not present just for external resources, but it can be used to protect the content of the password file which contains administration and master password for using instead of typing the password when the interactively asks for it.”
“(after all, IE7 - won't render fonts with anti-aliasing, which is a huuuuge visual difference), but there's a point where the aesthetics begin to suffer.”
“And, in the case of this New York Times iPhone app, it's clear that Apple didn't do much in the way of fixing "aliasing," that jaggy stair-step effect that occurs along diagonal straight edges when you enlarge text.”
“It’s completely free, and Ning offers a la carte upgrades like the ability to add your own Google Adsense code for $20/month, and domain name aliasing for $5/month.”
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