Glitch

Glitch is slang for an unforeseen fault, error or malfunction.
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Glitch

[video game] Glitch was a browser-based massively multiplayer online game. It was created by Tiny Speck, a company founded by Flickr co-founder Stewart Butterfield. Stewart Butterfield`s in-game name was `stoot barfield`. The game was officially launched on September 27, 2011, but reverted to beta status on November 30, 2011, citing accessi...
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glitch

A momentary hiccup in the picture or sound. Not as severe as corruption, and may not even be that noticeable.
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Glitch

Describes an unwanted short term corruption of a signal, or the unexplained, short term malfunction of a piece of equipment. For example, an inexplicable click on a DAT tape would be termed a glitch.
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glitch

(from the article `star`) Modern observations have recorded sudden changes in the rotation rates of pulsars. The Vela pulsar, for instance, has abruptly increased its spin ...
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glitch

A sudden change in a pulsar`s period and spin-down rate believed to be caused by a starquake – the abrupt release of stress energy either in the crust of the star or between the crust and the superfluid interior. Glitches tend to occur in young pulsars, such as the Crab pulsar and Vela pulsar,...
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glitch

[English words of Yiddish origin] a minor malfunction (possibly from Yiddish glitsh, from glitshn 'slide', cf. German glitschen 'slither')
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Glitch

[astronomy] A glitch is a sudden increase (up to 1 part in 106) in the rotational frequency of a rotation-powered pulsar, which usually decreases steadily due to braking provided by the emission of radiation and high-energy particles. It is unknown whether or not they are related to the timing noise which all pulsars exhibit. Following a gl...
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Glitch

A glitch is a short-lived fault in a system. It is often used to describe a transient fault that corrects itself, and is therefore difficult to troubleshoot. The term is particularly common in the computing and electronics industries, and in circuit bending, as well as among players of video games, although it is applied to all types of systems in...
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Glitch

[music] Glitch is a style of electronic music that emerged in the late 1990s. It has been described as a genre that adheres to an `aesthetic of failure,` where the deliberate use of glitch-based audio media, and other sonic artifacts, is a central concern. It has become very popular in recent years and is considered to be a mainstream genre...
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Glitch

An error in a circuit. Glitches can occur extremely quickly, and in order to accurately capture information about glitches, a digital oscilloscope may need to be specially configured to take readings at specific times. The acquisition rate of an oscilloscope is critical when trying to detect glitches
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glitch

(colloquialism) momentary uncontrolled operation of control surfaces caused by electronic interference or equipment malfunction
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glitch

a fault or defect in a computer program, system, or machine
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