Bitmap

[disambiguation] Bitmap is a type of memory organization or image file format used to store digital images. Bitmap or bit map may also mean the following: == See also == ...
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Bitmap

[group] Bitmap (born Luke Barwell, 8 January 1973) is a recording artist and producer. Barwell was brought up in Hedon, East Riding of Yorkshire and his first claim to fame was as a member of the indie band Salako. Barwell left Salako in 2002, donned the Bitmap moniker and embarked on a solo career. Released in 2003, Bitmap`s first album Al
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Bitmap

In computing, a bitmap is a mapping from some domain (for example, a range of integers) to bits, that is, values which are zero or one. It is also called a bit array or bitmap index. In computer graphics, when the domain is a rectangle (indexed by two coordinates) a bitmap gives a way to store a binary image, that is, an image in which each pixel
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bitmap

A grid of individual dots (known as pixels) that viewed together make up a shape or picture. TIFF and BMP graphic files are bitmap graphics. When describing a bitmap, them the number of 'bits' refers to the number of colours each dot can be, ie. in a 1-bit picture
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Bitmap

A digitised image that is mapped into a grid of pixels. The colour of each pixel is defined by a specific number of bits.
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bitmap

[n] - an image represented as a two dimensional array of brightness values for pixels
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Bitmap

A representation of an image containing characters, graphics, etc. as a series of pixels arranged in horizontal and vertical sequence. Each pixel can be represented by one bit or up to 32 bits. See also Raster graphics.
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Bitmap

(Digital cameras and photo printers) A representational form for a digital image in which each bit in the computers memory corresponds to one dot on the screen or printer.
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bitmap

A grid of pixels or printed dots generated by computer to represent type and images.
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bitmap

a computer graphic composed of little (usually square shaped) blocks called pixels.
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Bitmap

A combination of pels/pixels which are individually stored as bits by a computer and collectively define an image.
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Bitmap

A disk file or memory structure representing a Bitmap
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Bitmap

An image arranged accordingly to bit location in columns. Resolution of a PostScript file processed through a RIP will have a bitmap image with the characteristics and resolution of the particular output device (for example, laser printer at 300 upto 1200dpi, imagesetters at 1270dpi upto 5080dpi).
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Bitmap

Strictly speaking, a bitmap is a 1-bit black-and-white image. However, the term is often loosely applied to any two-dimensional image, regardless of bit depth. Still image manipulation packages such as Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro are sometimes referred to as ‘bitmap editors`.
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Bitmap

A file format used for storing bitmapped (pixelated) images.
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Bitmap

An image in Bitmap mode is 1 bit, i.e. Black and White. Most often refers solid black line art. A TIF Bitmap imported into Quark can be coloured. As they are not hafltoned they give fine, crisp edges and they must be saved with a resolution of 1,200 ppi. All resolution dependent, pixel based images are bitmaps.
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Bitmap

The method of storing information that maps an image pixel, bit by bit. There are many bitmapped file formats, .bmp, .pcx, .pict, .pict-2, tiff, .tiff, .gif (89a), and so on. Most image files are bit mapped. This type of file gives you the jaggies, when examined closely you can see the line of pixels that create edges. Bitmap images are used by all
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bitmap

A graphics file format in which every pixel on screen is represented by a piece of data in memory (as opposed to a vector image, in which only a description of the image is stored). Each pixel can be represented by up to 32 bits (high colour). Uses file extensions 'bmp', 'jpeg', 'gif' etc. See bit depth and colour depth.
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bitmap

electronic image noun an image represented as a two dimensional array of brightness values for pixels
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Bitmap

- An image defined by discrete values that are assigned to each pixel. Also, a common graphic file format in which the image is stored as a pattern of dots. See also Pixel.
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Bitmap

A Bitmap is a pixel by pixel image.
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Bitmap

This is a common graphic format used by computers, it can be likened to a map of bits (hence the name) the graphic/picture is made up of a number of individual dots (bits) to form an image. The file extension for these type of files is .bmp, these can get very large in file-size (i.e. kilobytes) and if storage space is a factor then it is best to c
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Bitmap

A method of storing digital information that maps an image pixel out, bit by bit. The density of the pixels determines how sharp the image resolution will be. Most image files are bit mapped. This type of file gives you the 'jaggies,' stair-stepped edges that become apparent when you zoom in. Bitmap images are compatible with all types of computers
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Bitmap

In computer graphics, a bitmap or pixmap is a type of memory organization or image file format used to store digital images. The term bitmap comes from the computer programming terminology, meaning just a map of bits, a spatially mapped array of bits or pixels as there commonly referred now.
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Bitmap

The method of storing information that actually maps an image pixel bit by bit. Formats include; .bmp, .pcx, .pict, .tif, .tiff, .gif. Most picture files are bit-mapped.
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