A technique which allows to reduce the "scaling" of the border in an image through an interpolation operation obtaining in this way a better definition effect.
A technique for smoothing images to reduce the jagged-edge effect sometimes seen in graphics. Antialiasing provides the smooth, rounded shapes of characters and objects in games.
A form of interpolation used when combining images; pixels along the transitions between images are averaged to provide a smooth transition.
Any technique for reducing the visual impact of aliasing, or the "jaggies," on a computer graphics system.
A technique used on grayscale or color bitmap displays to make diagonal edges appear smoother by setting pixels near the edge to intermediate colors. For example, if you are creating an image that contains black text on a white background, all around the edges of the each black letter will be varying colors of gray pixels (black and white mixed) to create a smoother transition between the letters and the background.
The blurring of hard edges to create the appearance of smoothness. Most commonly used with respect to graphics, especially text.
A graphics procedure used to eliminate the stair-stepping effect, known as jaggies or aliasing, caused by pixels of contrasting colors next to one another.
(computer graphics) a technique that is used to smoothe jagged distortions in curves and diagonal lines so they appear smoother
The ability of some graphics programs to make jagged lines appear to be smoother than they are.
A rendering technique that assigns pixel colors based on the fraction of the pixel's area that's covered by the primitive being rendered. Antialiased rendering reduces or eliminates the jaggies that result from aliased rendering.
A technique used to make edges appear less jagged by setting pixels to intermediate colors near the edges.
In computer graphics, antialiasing is a technique for smoothing jagged edges by blending shades of color, or gray along the edges. Some video devices, such as character generators, have an antialiasing feature to minimize aliasing through filtering and other techniques.
Using software to create a smooth transition between the pixels at the edge of a graphic and the surrounding pixels.
The process used to remove "jaggies" or stair stepping in an image. Antialiasing smooths the diagonal lines by placing dots of an inbetween tone in appropriate places.
Techniques used to smooth the "jaggies" otherwise found on lines and polygon edges caused by scan conversion. Common techniques include adjusting pixel positions or setting pixel intensities according to the percent of pixel area coverage at each point.
Smoothing or reducing disturbing picture effects. By means of calculation of intermediate values along the sharp edges of types and graphics, these edges can be smoothed out, thus generating a smoother picture. The pixel structure along tilted or bent edges is mixed with the surrounding colors. When creating DVD Menu text, antialiasing must not be used.
Filtering or blending lines of video to smooth the appearance of jagged edges in order to reduce the visibility of aliasing.
The automatic removal or reduction of stair-step distortions in a computer-generated graphc image.
Smoothing out the sharp edges of text or graphics by mixing colors along the edge.
(AA) This is what is used when high resolution is being represented at a lower resolution to eliminate "noise" or jagged edges of different textures.