is the smoothing of the image or sound roughness caused by aliasing. With images, approaches include adjusting pixel positions or setting pixel intensities so that there is a more gradual transition between the color of a line and the background color.
Removes the jagged edge effect that occurs when object edges are rendered as pixels by blending the object's color with what is behind it. Anti-aliasing also refers to altering texture maps to prevent moire patterns.
a technique in computer graphics of adding in pixels of intermediate values at high-contrast edges to reduce the "jagged" appearance of diagonal lines