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antialiasing

Syllabification: an·ti·a·li·as·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌantēˈālēəsiNG, ˌantī-
 
/

Definition of antialiasing in English:

noun

(In computer graphics) a technique used to add greater realism to a digital image by smoothing jagged edges on curved lines and diagonals.
Example sentences
  • Also, edge antialiasing is used to keep the image ‘jag’ free and clean.
  • The industry's fastest antialiasing delivers ultra-realistic visuals, with no jagged edges, at lightning-fast speeds.
  • The technology's intelligent antialiasing captures a higher-resolution version of each image, then resizes and resamples it for output to your screen, smoothing away imperfections.

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