from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A scanning pattern of parallel lines that form the image projected on a cathode-ray tube of a television set or display screen.
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- noun A scanning pattern of parallel lines that form the display of an image projected on a cathode-ray tube of a television set or display screen.
- noun A
bitmapimage, consisting of a gridof pixels, stored as a sequence of lines.
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- noun the rectangular formation of parallel scanning lines that guide the electron beam on a television screen or a computer monitor
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
The award highlights Safe Software's strong partnership with Oracle and their contributions to the Oracle Spatial community, demonstrated by their consistent support for Oracle Spatial technologies and early adoption of new features such as raster and 3D.
· Supports embedding almost any kind of raster or vector images.
Below is the same carousel widget in N810, using the "raster" graphics backend:
It featured a monochrome 320 x 240 square-dot display and relatively advanced video features such as a purely bitmapped display, allowing a customizable character set, the mixing text and graphics on the same screen, and raster operations like continuous smooth panning and scrolling.
Because the FITS data format is not a raster format, but has a much larger dynamic range of values that can be analyzed, it is possible to scale our view of the full collected data and overcome the limits of standard photographic techniques.
And for awhile there have been hints that Tom was participating in anew project that would release abroader set of basemap data, including high-quality vector data as well as raster layers.
Flip wrote some kind of program in Mathematica which is probably trying to display a rotated raster, but he made a mistake in his code, which correctly caused Mathematica to display this error message.
What if we use the actual color data from the raster images of the flags and take into account the number of pixels of each?
In addition to bringing raster-based data into NetLogo models (such as using USGS elevation data in this Grand Canyon model that Eric previously contributed to) the extension allows for import of vector data in the form of shapefiles.
A few days ago I was trying to convert a raster image to a vector image.