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An imitation, representation, or similitude of any person, thing, or act, sculptured, drawn, painted, or otherwise made perceptible to the sight; a visible presentation; a copy; a likeness; an effigy; a picture; a semblance.
A representation of anything to the mind; a picture drawn by the fancy; a conception; an idea.
A picture, example, or illustration, often taken from sensible objects, and used to illustrate a subject; usually, an extended metaphor.
The figure or picture of any object formed at the focus of a lens or mirror, by rays of light from the several points of the object symmetrically refracted or reflected to corresponding points in such focus; this may be received on a screen, a photographic plate, or the retina of the eye, and viewed directly by the eye, or with an eyeglass, as in the telescope and microscope; the likeness of an object formed by reflection; as, to see one's image in a mirror.
(1) A representation of information produced by radiant energy, such as light.(2) A unit of information, such as a drawing or a page of text.(3) An object's optical counterpart produced by a lens, mirror, or other optical system.
two-dimensional data representation (e.g. a photograph, a multi-spectral imaging sensor data output [digital image(ry)], and the processed result of an aeromagnetic survey)
Graphic (raster or vector) or text displayed on a page or on a layer.
A still picture, or one frame of a motion sequence.
In visual arts, the term used to describe all visual forms, ranging from a simple mark on paper or on a cave wall to elaborate architectural forms. Images may be representational, abstract, conceptual, performance-related, or functional. They may be 2-D or 3-D, and they may be static or kinetic.
Multidimensional pixellated representation of sky brightness with axes position, frequency, Stokes parameter, and possibly others. Can mean a simple spectrum.
Some form of representation of a person or thing. This includes hardcopy such as pictures and printed graph ics, electronic imaging where these potential hardcopies are commit ted to electronic media, and notional images such as the impression portrayed by the culture and behavior of an organization. [D02829] RMW
An artificial imitation or representation of the external form of an object, person or scene.
A graphic representation of a real world object or area. Images can include aerial imagery, satellite data and photographs.
In Web terms, an electronic picture. Images displayed on a Web site are usually in GIF or JPG (JPEG) format
Nontext graphical item displayed by browsers
An Image is a computerized representation of a picture or graphic.
A general definition is a visual representation of a real world entity. However a more appropriate definition of a digital image would be an array of numerical values which may be meaningfully rendered as a visible image by means of an algorithm that maps between the array values and the displayed pixel values. The information in each of the pixels will be contained in bytes which will determine its level of grey on the greyscale. See Pixels, Image depth and bytes.
The photographic representation produced of the subject photographed.
(picture, graphic) : an artifact that reproduces the likeness of some subject, usually a physical object or a person; may be two-dimensional (e.g. a photograph) or three dimensional (e.g. a statue); in the broader sense any two-dimensional figure or illustration, e.g. a map or a graph, when synonyms picture and graphic are used more often. computing & web
Line art, paintings, sketches, photos, and other visual representations of a subject matter.
A graphic representation of an object that is produced by an optical or electronic device. An example of this is remotely sensed data from a satellite, scanned data and photographs. An image is stored as a raster data set of binary or integer values representing the intensity of reflected light, heat or other range of values on the electromagnetic spectrum.
In item processing a digital representation of an actual check item.
Picture or graphical representation. In remote sensing and GIS as a term that describes digital representations of earth features.
A digital electronic representation of a document.
An image is an online graphic. Images may be photographs, line drawings or anything that could be scanned in or created online. Images may be part of a Web page (inline image) or they may be attached to a hyperlink on a Web page.
FIGARO word for display of 2d picture
A mental picture of the future - similar to vision.
in astronomy, a picture of the sky. (See also text in maincomp and computation.)
A bitmap or other graphical image created outside G2. You can use an external image as part of an icon, or as the background of a workspace.
A Zope object for a picture. For more information on Images see the Basic Objects chapter of The Zope Book. API Documentation
a functional and psychological picture in the consumer's mind (417)
In literature, the verbal representation of a sensory experience. Images in myths, as in literature, often have metaphorical connotations. For example, vivid descriptions of a dark, subterranean enclosure may suggest death or burial. In contrast, descriptions of a garden resplendent beneath an early morning sun in springtime may suggest childhood and innocence.
A stored description of a graphic picture, either as a set of brightness and color values of pixels or as a set of instructions for reproducing the picture. A duplicate, copy, or representation of all or part of a hard or floppy disk, a section of memory or hard drive, a file, a program, or data. For example, a RAM disk can hold an image of all or part of a disk in main memory; a virtual RAM program can create an image of some portion of the computer's main memory on disk.
( 1) A reproduction of an object, produced by light rays. (2) A photographic reproduction of an object on film.
Graphic representation or description of an object that is typically produced by an optical or electronic device. An image is stored as a raster data set of binary or integer values representing the intensity of reflected light, heat, or another range of values on the electromagnectic spectrum. Remotely sensed images are digital representations of the earty.
A representation or duplicate of something. In terms of graphics, an image is a stored description of a picture.
a picture that was created or viewed on a computer.
a photograph used in advertising or collateral materials to illustrate the product or service being promoted; the managed perception of a company and its products in the marketplace.
what the consumer thinks, as a result of seeing, hearing about, or otherwise coming into contact with an organization, product, or service; the entire collection of thoughts wrapped into a single mental picture from the consumer's viewpoint. See brand image, perceived value, and perception.
A graphic of a ThinkFast for Windows Card. The Image might serve as the stimulus in place of or as a supplement to the Question. Later versions of ThinkFast for Windows will allow the learner to respond to the Image by pointing.
A computer graphic.
A digital picture file. Also a graghic appearing within a Web Document.
Any representation of a document or data produced by radiant energy.
The optical representation of an object produced when light from the object is reflected or refracted by a mirror or lens.
Can be a logo, photograph, custom graphic, map, animated graphic etc. The more images on the page, the longer it takes to download (appear in the browser).
A visual element used on a web page, such as an illustration, photograph, or background texture. e.Order item images are in GIF format.
A photograph. A unique representation of a person or thing.
Images are files that represent graphical bitmaps. By default, SmarterStats considers the following to be images: .BMP, .CDR, .CGM, .DIB, .EPS, .GIF, .ICO, .IMG, .JAS, .JPEG, .JPG, .PCX, .PIC, .PNG, .PSD, .TIF, .TIFF. Your administrator may set up specific extensions as images. Typically, a single web page can link to several images.
In Web design, any photo, illustration or imported graphic displayed on a page.
an iconic mental representation; "her imagination forced images upon her too awful to contemplate"
a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture); "the coin bears an effigy of Lincoln"; "the emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone"
a binary representation of the site control file, which is stored in the SMS site database
a concrete representation of a sensory experience or an object
a graphical object presented in a visual format
a homomophic representation of an object
a likeness or representation of something
an inner representation of your experience of your fantasies - a way your mind codes, stores, and expresses information
an off-screen representation of rectangular pixel patterns
an optical representation of an object produced by light rays from the object being refracted or reflected by a lens or mirror
a photograph of your drive
a representation of a person or thing - a type or embodiment
a representation of light which we see with our eyes, but a computer only works with numbers, sequences of digits
a representation of visible light, whereas a computer works with numbers
a representation or facsimile of something real - a projection
a two-dimensional representation of visual word
a visual or aural representation that is metaphoric
a visual representation of a work
Graphics that you include in your page. All images should be saved as either .gif or .jpg. .PNG is becoming more familiar, however not all browsers support this format. Images created on a Macintosh will appear darker on a PC.
In digital imaging, a visual representation of graphics data shown on the display surface of an output device or a single frame from a video. Interpolation: The addition of pixels between pairs of others. Usually made necessary when enlarging an image.
A physical likeness or representation of a person, animal, or thing, photographed, painted, or sculptured; a thought from the imagination made visible.
The functional pattern representation on a substrate: a) drafting - as part of a master drawing or layout; b) optical - as projected on a screen; c) photographic - a photomask or the emulsion chemical on a film or plate; d) photo resist film - exposed and developed coating on a substrate.
That portion on artwork masters, working tools, silkscreens or photomasks that would be considered the photographic image. Also would include images created with photo-resists or silk-screening techniques. Generally, "one image" refers to a single circuit board image, thus there may be several images per flat.
Any text material, line drawing, photograph, symbol, or dot made intentionally to communicate a message to be reproduced by any printing process.
An image that appears on a web page can be a photo, a drawing, or a diagram. That's obvious. What's not so obvious is that words can also be an image. The only way to be sure of displaying a particular font (e.g. in a company logo) on the Web is to send it as an image. For example, the words "Audience Dialogue" in our logo are part of the logo image file.
A picture, photograph, or other graphic.
An image is a visual representation of something.
(n.) A picture or graphic representation of an object.
A bitmapped object that can be stored and loaded into a component or web site, and displayed using a web browser.
The recorded representation of an object produced by optical, electro-optical, optical mechanical, or electronic means. It is generally used when the electromagnetic radiation emitted or reflected from a scene is not directly recorded on film. Harrison & Jupp, 1990
a picture formed when light shines in a mirror or through a camera lens.
visual representation projected by a person, business, or organization which forms a mental picture.
A digital picture of a paper document that is stored electronically on SCRIPS.
A reference to a file, which contains a picture or graphic.
In the case of Shropshire Routes to Roots, an image is a digital, visual version of an archive document such as a letter, a photograph or a newspaper.
1. A physical likeness or representation of a person, animal, or thing, photographed, painted, sculptured, or otherwise made visible. 2. A mental representation; idea; conception.
A logo, photograph, custom graphic, map, animated graphic. Too many and the page takes too long to download.
Electronic representation of a document, stored and displayed as a bitmap. Various compression techniques that are in use to minimize file size and network load.
( 1) any graphic item, made up of any graphical elements including text. (2) a precise copy of the contents of a computer's memory, elsewhere in memore or on a disk.
any part of a layout other than text, such as a logo, photo, background, etc..
Your design, either a logo, or design.
concrete representation of an object or sensory experience. Typically, such a representation helps evoke the feelings associated with the object or experience itself. Images are either "literal" or "figurative." Literal images are especially concrete and involve little or no extension of the obvious meaning of the words used to express them. Figurative images do not follow the literal meaning of the words exactly. Images in literature are usually visual, but the term "image" can also refer to the representation of any sensory experience. In his poem "The Shepherd's Hour," Paul Verlaine presents the following image: "The Moon is red through horizon's fog;/ In a dancing mist the hazy meadow sleeps." The first line is broadly literal, while the second line involves turns of meaning associated with dancing and sleeping.
A conception that we have of people, institutions, or nations; a mental picture we have of something that is not physically present.
An image is a primarily symbolic visual representation other than text.
A computer generated picture (usually either in printed form or digital form on your computer screen)
Concrete representation of an object, or something seen.
A graphical representation of digital data.
A customary term for graphics used in the WWW. Image files are formatted as GIF or JPG. PNG is now being discussed for the future use.
Refers to still image data. Subtypes recognized by graphics programs include JPEG, GIF, RGB, TAR, TIFF, X-PICT (PICT), X-XBM (X bitmap image), and other formats.
(IMG): Ch. 7 Causes an image to be placed in the HTML document at the point where the tag occurs. The graphic file's location is specified using the SRC attribute. Other commonly used attributes are ALIGN and ALT.
An image can be a digital photographic image, illustration, clip art, or web art, usually provided as a GIF or JPEG file.
Bitmap pictures, often representing real scenes as viewed by a camera, as opposed to text or line graphics.
another term used to describe the picture in a photograph
A digital representation of a surface or object, composed of pixels. They are not called photographs, since no film is used in their production.
The computerised representation of a picture or graphic.
The representation of a scene as recorded by a remote sensing system. Although image is a general term, it is commonly restricted to representations acquired by non-photographic methods.
(1) A file that stores the entire state of an individual VisualWorks Smalltalk system, including all the current object s, all the information on the screen, and any pending instructions to the system. A VisualWorks image preserves objects between VisualWorks sessions. When you start VisualWorks, the object engine reads the image file and restores the system to its previous state. graphical image.
In the context of mobile phones, an image may be a photograph or a schematic of any types that may be exchanged by mobiles for the user to view. Images may be black and white (greyscale) or colour of various qualities.
Graphics or photos that represent the front of a Postcard.
The digitized representation of a picture, graphic, or document.
A drawing, picture, or photograph in electronic form. See Part IV.
A picture, photograph, illustration, logo or other graphical element on a computer. Made up of pixels (dots of colour) set very close together. Raster images are stored by remembering the colour of every pixel in the image, vector images are stored by remembering mathematical equations for lines and areas of the images and the colours of each line and area.
Nothing more than a representation of a person or object; a picture of something.
computer representation of a picture or graphic.
a graphical file which can be uploaded to the portal and used in articles. Can take several formats, the most common of which are jpeg and gif.
A visual representation of an object, scene or person produced on a surface.
In the Icon Editor, a user-created illustration or graphical identifier that is imported to create an icon.
An electronic file of a picture, drawing, or almost any static illustration.
photograph, drawing or graphic of any kind. Represents a photograph, drawing, etc. When used in a link, it retrieves the image and displays it. Example: a link of type I in a Gopher menu; a `submit' button in a form that sets image parameters. (or: ) [test: &index;
The word image is generally used throughout the Bible in a literal sense to denote a physical or material representation, whether in human or animal form. In a theological sense, it denotes a relationship between man and his Creator, God.
The "picture" of an object produced by a mirror or a lens.
Electronic representation of a picture.
A two-dimensional representation of a scene.
An image is a graphic used in a website. Not every image is a picture. Images can include photos, buttons, banners, and other non-text elements.
A picture or graphic displayed on a web page. Most images are in one of the following formats: .gif, .jpeg, .bmp, .tif or .avi. If an image changes or your curser changes when it passes over an image, it is probably a hyperlink to another page.
A graphical presentation or photograph.
The visual representation of illustrations, photos, pretty much anything graphic in nature.
Visual information about the historic place or a visual representation of the place's name in an Aboriginal language.
a graphic representation of an object (such as a document)
A file usually in GIF, JPEG, or Bitmap file, used to display graphics on web browsers.
A graphic in GIF or JPEG file format that can be inserted in a World Wide Web page.
the picture of one side of a single paper document page.
A graphic representation or description of a scene, typically produced by an optical or electronic device. Common examples include remotely sensed data (e.g., satellite data), scanned data, and photographs. An image is stored as a raster data set of binary or integer values that represent the intensity of reflected light, heat, or other range of values on the electromagnetic spectrum.
(4) The reflection of a picture or object that you see when you look through a transparent mirror. See transparent mirror.
A graphic picture. The source could be a photograph, drawing, or generated image.
an array of pixels making up a digital picture
1) The printed or colored portion of a print. 2) A physical likeness or representation of a person, animal or thing; photographed, painted, sculpted or otherwise made visible.
The picture that is a result of the sensing process. A remote sensing image can be displayed on a computer monitor or it can be made into a printed copy. (Related word: imagery)
descriptive language that 'paints a picture' or speaks to the reader`s senses
An imitation or representation of a person or thing, drawn, painted, phtographed, digitized, etc.
Data representing a picture or a drawing; an image is represented by an array of pixels called the raster of the image.
A representation (e.g., a statue); a mental picture of something not actually present; an impression; an idea produced by the imagination.
Digital representation of spatial data stored in raster format. Scanned photos, maps, diagrams, or remote sensing data (aerial photos, satellite scenes, radar telemetry) electronically stored as a raster (pixel) data set made up of either binary or integer values representing (singular or multiple) reflected light, heat, and/or other relative intensity measurements. Exact copy of data in a file transferred to another medium. One of the three kinds of Data (spatial, textural and image).
a representation of the form of an object using graphics.
A common term for a picture.
An on-line representation of a picture, map, or other graphical illustration.
The area of a composition on the paper. The representation of a concept or an object on paper or other material.
The digitised visual representation of a document, form, picture or graphic.
A picture stored in electronic form. Images that appear on Web pages are generally stored in one of the few formats that can be understood by a Web browser: GIF, JPEG or PNG. All of these formats use compression techniques to reduce the size of the image files and thus speed up download times.
A graphic element that can be displayed on a web page.
An electronic picture, also called a graphic. There are several formats for images. EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) Highest quality image for electronic publishing (not Web page publishing). GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) Most common image format used for Web pages. It is best used for images drawn by hand or created with a computer. JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) Image format used for Web pages. It is normally used for digital camera photos and scanned photos. PICT Most commonly used image format for publishing. TIFF (Tag Image File Format) High quality image. Also used in publishing.
The term used on the world wide web to refer to any picture or drawing.
A two-dimensional array of data with values at each element of the array related to an intensity or a color. An image is typically defined as the result of some type of image collection system; however, it could be the representation in two dimensions of any data by intensity or color.
(1) Figure formed by rays of light or other electromagnetic radiation at a mirror's focal plane. (2) A picture obtained by a telescope, camera, or other imaging device.
The computerized representation of a picture or graphic.
In common usage, an image (from Latin imago) or picture is an artifact that reproduces the likeness of some subject—usually a physical object or a person.
Images are representations of sensations perceived through the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste. Visual images are the most common e.g. William Carlos Williams' famous: 'a red wheel/barrow/glazed with rain/water'. However, images can rely on any of the senses. 'Then in a wailful choir the small gnats mourn' from Keats' To Autumn is an example of an auditory image.