scanning

The process of converting a hard copy into digital data ready for editing and design. the quality of the scan is dependent on the quality of the original, the scanning equipment and software as well as the experience of the operator!

Scanning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Scan
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scanning

(from the article `television`) The fourth determination in image analysis is the path over which the image structure is explored at the camera and reconstituted on the receiver ...
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scanning

(skan´ing) close visual examination of a small area or of different isolated areas. any of several diagnostic radiologic techniques, including computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography. scanning speech.
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scanning

noun the act of systematically moving a finely focused beam of light or electrons over a surface in order to produce an image of it for analysis or transmission
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scanning

A process of moving items over a laser in order to record a transaction.
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scanning

a process of sequential interrogation, generally initiated periodically, that determines the status of each device within a group of common control devices
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Scanning

Capturing an image using an optical input device that uses light sensing equipment. The image is translated into a digital signal that can be manipulated by optical character recognition software or graphics software.
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scanning

In medicine, the noninvasive examination of body organs to detect abnormalities of structure or function. Detectable waves – for example, ultrasound, gamma, or X-rays – are passed through the part to be scanned. Their absorption pattern is recorded, analysed by computer, and displayed pictorially on a screen
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scanning

in relation to a radio system, sequential examination of a group of channels automatically in search of a free channel to establish a communication link
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Scanning

Reading or looking at material quickly to gain an overview of the content.
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scanning

scanning in which the elements of a rectangular surface are explored in equidistant straight lines substantially parallel to the largest side of the rectangle, which are traversed at constant speed in the lame direction
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scanning

The act of imaging by traversing with an active or passive sensing device, often identified by the technology or device employed. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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scanning

the process of building up an image on a display device, element by element, these being derived successively from the electrical signal NOTE - Associated term: to scan.
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Scanning

The rapid movement of the electron beam in the CRT of a monitor or television receiver. It is formatted line-for-line across the photo-sensitive surface to produce or reproduce the video picture. When referred to a PTZ camera, it is the panning or the horizontal camera motion.
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scanning

the systematic exploration of a surface, element by element, for example, by the movement of a scanning spot NOTE - Associated term: to scan.
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scanning

Type: Term Pronunciation: skan′ing Definitions: 1. The act of imaging by traversing with an active or passive sensing device, often identified by the technology or device employed.
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scanning

[n] - the process of translating photographs into a digital form that can be recognized by a computer
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