from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to an image that has fine detail.
- adj. Of or relating to an output device that produces images that contain a large number of dots per unit of area and are therefore sharp and detailed.
- adj. Of or relating to a raster-based image that contains a large number of pixels per unit of area.
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- adj. Having a high resolution; for example, having a large number of pixels per unit area.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. producing images that are sharp and finely detailed
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It marks the first time researchers have been able to comprehensively quantify the impact of exemestane on bone health using a state-of-the-art screening mechanism known as high-resolution peripheral quantitative computed tomography.
The women were evaluated by a relatively new technique called high-resolution peripheral quantitative CT.
We do this - use this technique called high-resolution MRI, which, by the way, isn't very high resolution compared to histology that we can do with animals.
The unmanned LEMV will reduce the need for risky special-ops reconnaissance missions by staying “on station” at 20,000 feet for three weeks, with high-resolution cameras and sensors that can backtrack from an explosion to find who planted the bomb, and where they went.
Hit the jump for high-resolution cover art of the Blu-ray and the press release:
Too bad H.G. Wells wasn't alive to check out Google Mars 3D, featuring high-resolution terrain and other imagery of the red planet and our closest neighbor in the solar system.
Now you can download high-resolution "movie" posters to these classic games, for free, at Lucas Forums.
If you're a real glutton for posting all your high-resolution photos, additional storage fees from Google range from $20 yearly for 80 GB to $256 yearly for 1 terabyte.
A movie is even bigger -- around750 MBfor a high-resolution copy.
That gives hope to Peter Pezaris, CEO of Multiply, a social-networking environment that sells itself on strict privacy controls, a six-degrees-of-separation approach to networking and high-resolution photos.