Resolution

The amount of pixels an image exists of. The higher the resolution, the more detailed the picture will be. A VGA resolution (640 x480) is ideal for small print-outs and computer use. XGA (1024 x 768) and SXGA-resolutions (1280 x 1024) will offer even more detail. A UXGA resolution of 1600 x 1200 approaches photo quality

Resolution

- A measure of image clarity based on the number of pixels used to reproduce the subject. For example, camera resolution is the number of pixels in the captured image. See also Pixel.
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Resolution

(1) In general, a measure of the finest detail distinguishable in an object or phenomenon. (2) In particular, a measure of the finest detail distinguishable in an image.
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Resolution

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Measurement of the image detail (dots per inch/ centimetre) that a device can capture or reproduce. With a monitor or printer, the resolution describes the number of pixels that can be shown. When used with devices for image capture, such as digital cameras or scanners, the resolution refers to the number of pi...
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(from the article `artificial intelligence`) ...1973. PROLOG was further developed by the logician Robert Kowalski, a member of the AI group at the University of Edinburgh. This language makes ...
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Resolution

(from the article `Bligh, William`) The son of a customs officer, Bligh joined the Royal Navy in 1770. After six years as a midshipman, he was promoted to sailing master of the ...
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resolution

(from the article `chromatography`) In general, resolution is the ability to separate two signals. In terms of chromatography, this is the ability to separate two peaks. Resolution, , ... The resolving power, or resolution, of a mass spectroscope is a measure of its ability to separate adjacent masses that are displayed as peaks on the ...
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resolution

(from the article `international law`) International law can arise indirectly through other mechanisms. UN General Assembly resolutions, for example, are not binding—except with respect to ...
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resolution

(from the article `photography, technology of`) The fineness of detail that a film can resolve depends not only on its graininess but also on the light scatter or irradiation within the emulsion ...
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Resolution

(i) In electronic imaging it defines the clarity and information content of a bit-map. Often measured in dots per inch (dpi) and commonly used as part of the specification of printers, scanners and computer displays. (ii) In micrographics it is a measure of a photographic system`s ability to resolve fine detail. Measurements are made with the aid o...
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resolution

(ITIL Service Operation) Action taken to repair the root cause of an incident or problem, or to implement a workaround. In ISO/IEC 20000, resolution processes is the process group that includes incident and problem management.
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Resolution

(mass) The smallest mass difference Dm between two equal magnitude peaks such that the valley between them is a specified fraction of the peak height.
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Resolution

(n) A resolution is the statement, decision taken in an officially convened body, accepted by the members or majority of the members requiring its approval present in that meeting, which is binding on the body as a whole
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resolution

(noun) This refers to the ratio of dots per inch on a display, which impacts the degree of sharpness or fineness of the images.
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resolution

(of a lens) the ability of a lens to produce distinct images of two point objects very close together
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resolution

(rez″o-loo´shәn) subsiding of a pathologic state, such as the reduction of inflammation or the softening and disappearance of swelling. perception of two adjacent points as separate; in microscopy, the smallest distance at which two adjacent objects can be distinguished as separate. ...
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resolution

[n] - (computer science) the number of pixels per square inch on a computer-generated display 2. [n] - the subsidence of swelling or others signs of inflammation (especially in a lung) 3. [n] - (music) a dissonant chord is followed by a consonant chord 4. [n] - a formal expression by a meeting 5. [n] - analysis into clear-cut...
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Resolution

• (n.) The state of being resolved or firm in opinion or thought; conviction; assurance. • (n.) The passing of a dissonant into a consonant chord by the rising or falling of the note which makes the discord. • (n.) That which is resolved or determined; a settled purpose; determination. Specifically: A formal expression of the opinion...
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resolution

noun finding a solution to a problem
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resolution

resolving noun analysis into clear-cut components
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resolution

(computing) In computing, the number of dots per unit length in which an image can be reproduced on a screen or printer. A typical screen resolution for colour monitors is 72–96 dpi (dots per inch). A laser printer will typically...
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Resolution

(Resolving power) A camera or a telescopes ability to capture fine details of a subject.
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resolution

(Rs) Type: Term Pronunciation: rez′ō-lū′shŭn Definitions: 1. The arrest of an inflammatory process without suppuration; the absorption or breaking down and removal of the products of inflammation or of a new growth. 2. The optic ability to distinguish detail such as the separation of closely adjacent objects. Synon...
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Resolution

[algebra] In mathematics, particularly in abstract algebra and homological algebra, a resolution (or left resolution; dually a coresolution or right resolution) is an exact sequence of modules (or, more generally, of objects in an abelian category), which is used to describe the structure of a specific module or object of this category. In ...
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Resolution

[beam engine] Resolution was an early beam engine, installed between 1781–1782 at Coalbrookdale as a water-returning engine to power the blast furnaces and ironworks there. It was one of the last water-returning engines to be constructed, before the rotative beam engine made this type of engine obsolete. == Water power in Coalbrookdale ==...
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