Standard Interchange Format for video images of 240 lines with 352 pixels each for NTSC, and 288 lines by 352 pixels for PAL and SECAM.
stands for standard interchange format. SIF is a format which allows data to be transferred among dissimilar computer systems.
See definition for: Standard Image Format (SIF)
Standard Image Format. A video format that is a version of CIF and is specific to NTSC or PAL television standards. SIF has 352 x 240 non-square pixels for NTSC.
In Scandinavian mythology, the grain goddess renowned for her long golden hair. Mate of the thunder god Thor.
(Norse mythology) wife of Thor and guardian of the home
(seev) [ sif affinity, the sanctity of marriage] An Asynja: Thor's wife. Her golden hair is the harvest
Sif ("relative") is, in Norse mythology, a goddess of the Ã†sir, wife of ÃžÃ³rr (Thor) and mother of ÃžrÃºÃ°r (Thrud), Ullr (Ull) and MÃ³Ã°i (Modi). Thor is not the father of Ullr. Sif was not the mother of Magni; this was Thor's son with JÃ¡rnsaxa.
SONET Interoperability Forum
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The State of Connecticut's Second Injury Fund.
The Solicitors Indemnity Fund, covering liability for claims made against its members.
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