See "vector/raster conversion."
The process by which vector information is converted into pixel information, which can then be displayed by a monitor or printed by a non-PostScript printer.
a process that converts a mathematical description of a shape (such as a polygon or line) into pixels on the screen
Converting mathematical and digital information into a series of dots for use in printing
A way to convert the curves in type and illustrations (vector-based graphics) into a pattern of dots which can be displayed on a raster based screen or print device.
The conversion of computerized image data into tiny dots. Raster dots are distinct from halftone dots: everything on a rasterized page, whether a solid area of a halftone, is made up of raster dots. For instance, when an image-setter rasterizes and prints and entire page at 2540 dpi, including a 150-LPI halftone., each halftone dot is composed of thousands of raster dots.
This is the final step in the 3D pipeline where pixels are drawn and placed into the frame buffer.
The conversion of image data into a pattern of dots, usually performed by an imagesetter for the production of a negative or positive image on paper or film.
The process that automatically converts vector and text into raster. This process is done on-the-fly for plotting, or can be stored as a file in raster format.
The process of converting Outlines into bitmaps. The outlines are scaled to the desired size and filled by turning on pixels inside the outline. ( See pixel)
Conversion of digital information by an imagesetter into dots and lines.
The process of converting mathematical and digital information (vector commands) into a series of dots by an output device.
Converting mathematical and digital information into a series of dots by an Imagesetter for the production of negative or positive film.
The process of converting a graphic image to a bitmap.
Translating data to a specific bitmap pattern for use by a digital printing device.
The process of turning polygons and other internally vector type graphics into raster graphics (made up of discrete pixels.)
Conversion from vector to raster data. It is sometimes called vector raster conversion.
Changing vector-type image information to raster image information.
The process of converting mathematical and digital information into a series of dots using an imagesetter for the purpose of producing film negatives or positives.
The conversion of vector graphics (images described mathematically as points connected by straight lines) to equivalent images composed of pixel patterns that can be stored and manipulated as sets of bits.