In signal processing and related disciplines, aliasing is an effect that causes
different signals to become indistinguishable when sampled. It also refers to the ...
An explanation of aliasing in digital images, and how to avoid the resulting Moire
In sound and image generation aliasing is the generation of a false alias
frequency along with the correct one when doing frequency sampling For images
Sep 4, 2012 ... Demonstrates how sampling a sinusoidal signal at an inappropriate rate results
in a discrete signal which is interpreted as being a sinusoid of a ...
Apr 25, 2013 ... AA or Anti Aliasing reducing the "jaggies" that make things (particularly games)
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Aliasing definition, a jagged, stairstep effect on curved or diagonal lines that are
reproduced in low resolution, as on a computer printout or display. See more.
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(1) In computer graphics, the process by which smooth curves and other lines
become jagged because the resolution of the graphics device or file is not high ...
a·li·as·ing n. 1. Visible or audible distortion introduced into digital information,
such as images or audio signals, caused when a continuous line or transition is
“Aliasing” may appear as jagged edges, interference patterns (“moiré”) and other
false detail. Although sometimes tolerable in still images, such artifacts are ...