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noun - plural: aliasings

  1. [signal processing, graphics, sound recording] Distortion caused by a low sampling rate, as Moire effect or stair-stepped edges.

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  1. Aliasing: In signal processing and related disciplines, aliasing is an effect that causes different signals to become indistinguishable when sampled. It also refers to the distortion or artifact that results when the signal reconstructed from samples is different from the original continuous signal.
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  2. Aliasing: In computing, aliasing describes a situation in which a data location in memory can be accessed through different symbolic names in the program. Thus, modifying the data through one name implicitly modifies the values associated with all aliased names, which may not be expected by the programmer. As a result, aliasing makes it particularly difficult to understand, analyze and optimize programs. Aliasing analysers intend to make and compute useful information for understanding aliasing in programs.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aliasing

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Google previewCIW Server Administration Study Guide (2006)

Exam 1D0-450 by James Stanger, Alan Grayson

Aliasing is a renaming practice for accounts on a local host that creates an...

Google previewMRI (2012)

Essentials for Innovative Technologies by Giuseppe Placidi

When overlap occurs, it is impossible to recover the original function because the contribution of some frequencies will be summed to other frequencies: this effect is called aliasing. This will occur also for any function that is not band-limited.

Google previewTime Series Analysis in Meteorology and Climatology (2012)

An Introduction by Claude Duchon, Robert Hale

Aliasing is a direct consequence of digitally sampling an analog signal.

Google previewComprehensive Textbook of Echocardiography (Vols 1 & 2) (2013)

by Navin C Nanda

Aliasing is an erroneous frequency estimation that occurs when the sampling frequency is less than twice the frequency to be...

Similarly, aliasing is a property used in the PISA (proximal isovelocity surface area) method of flow quantification.

Google previewSVG Programming (2008)

The Graphical Web by Kurt Cagle

Aliasing is an artifact of scaling bitmaps—especially when scaling larger.

Google previewMalware Detection (2007)

by Mihai Christodorescu, Somesh Jha, Douglas Maughan, Dawn Song, Cliff Wang

Memory aliasing refers to the problem that two different symbolic expressions s\ and «2 might point to the same address.

Google previewMultirate Statistical Signal Processing (2007)

by Omid S. Jahromi

Aliasing is an effect that causes different continuous signals to become indistinguishable (or aliases of one another) when...

Aliasing is a major concern in the analog-to-digital conversion of audio/visual signals: improper sampling of the ...

Google previewIntroductory Guide to Musculoskeletal Ultrasound for the Rheumatologist (2011)

by George Arthur Willem Bruijn, W.A.Kurt Schmidt

Aliasing is a Doppler artifact occurring when velocities of red blood cells are higher than the pulse repetition frequency (PRF). This occurs in areas of stenosis for example, where the reduced lumen of the vessel is seen with a red to blue shift.

Google previewIntroduction to Vascular Ultrasonography (2012)

by John Pellerito, Joseph F Polak

If the sampling rate is lower than the Nyquist rate, aliasing occurs. Aliasing is a production of artifactual, lower-frequency signals when ...

Google previewMathematical Principles for Scientific Computing and Visualization (2008)

by Gerald Farin, Dianne Hansford

Aliasing is a distortion that can occur with sampling and reconstruction. The reconstruction is an alias of the original data. A simple example is the “jaggies” that can occur with a line drawn on the computer. The discretization of a continuous ...

Google previewComputer Science Handbook, Second Edition (2004)

by Allen B. Tucker

Aliasing refers to the presence of unreproducibly high frequencies in the image and the resulting artifacts that arise upon undersampling. Together with defining theoretical limits on the continuous reconstruction of discrete input, sampling ...

Google previewProgramming Languages and Systems (2013)

11th International Symposium, APLAS 2013, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, December 9-11, 2013, Proceedings by Chung-chien Shan

Aliasing is an important feature of OO because it allows sharing of objects between different parts of a program; this is essential for the efficient implementation of important programming idioms, including iterators over collections. However ...

Google previewHandbook of Image and Video Processing (2010)

by Alan C. Bovik

Aliasing is particularly problematic because once introduced it is difficult to remove, since there is more than one acceptable interpretation of the observed data. Aliasing is a familiar effect that tends to be localized to those regions of the image ...

Google previewThe Adobe Photoshop CS4 Dictionary (2009)

The A to Z Desktop Reference of Photoshop by Philip Andrews

Anti-aliasing,. fonts. Anti-aliasing,. selections. Menu: – Shortcut: – See also: Aliasing Version: 6.0, 7.0,CS...

Google previewThe Visual Dictionary of Photography (2009)

by David Prakel

A Aliasing and Anti-aliasing 24 Digital systems store information about the original image as a code. When a display or printer interprets that code to create an image we are seeing an alias. If the sampling process is not sufficiently good – if it ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microcomputers (2000)

Volume 26 - Supplement 5 by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

aliasing in the image space, one effective approach for combating the object space aliasing is to increase the depth of voxel values. However, unlike antialiasing in the image space, which focuses largely on an optical illusion of a smooth ...

Google previewComputer Jargon Dictionary and Thesaurus (2006)

by Eddie Martin

See Also: Aliasing; Anti-Aliasing; Attachment; Avatar; Banner Ad; BitMaP; BMP; Clip Art; Display; Extension; Filename Extension; Format ...

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Information Technology and Systems (1993)

by A.E. Cawkell

ALIASING 1. Interference produced by frequencies outside the pass-band of interest produced by sampling action when converting an analogue into a digital signal. If the sampling frequency is high enough there should be little or no aliasing.

Google previewA Dictionary of Computer Science (2016)

by Andrew Butterfield, Gerard Ekembe Ngondi, Anne Kerr

aliasing A distorting effect caused by *sampling an image at too low a rate. When a signal is undersampled, highfrequency components ...

Google previewDictionary of Pure and Applied Physics (2000)

by Dipak Basu

aliasing If signals are sampled at certain rates during measurements, a well-known phenomenon in ...

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