bit mapping

bit mapping

[′bit ′map·iŋ]
(computer science)
The assignment of each location in a computer's storage to a physical location on an electronic display.
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Additionally, the TV s picture engine employs multi-frame analysis to help create missing resolution, and Sony s Super Bit Mapping technology incorporates 14 bit up-scaling, processing and pixel mapping to smooth gradation and improve the quality of low-tone pictures.
For LVQ the following abbreviations have been used: LVQ with bit mapping LVQ-B; LVQ with Fan-bean LVQ-F; LVQ with Radon LVQ-R.
1 channel analog output and superior video incorporating Sony's HD Reality Enhancer and Super Bit Mapping technologies.
Telarc's sound, produced in Direct Stream Digital (DSD) and Super Bit Mapping (SBM), is as clean, dynamic, and well-balanced as you could desire.
The new offering includes data mining tools to help identify yield opportunities among the massive amounts of data generated in the manufacturing process, and bit mapping tools engineered to allow wafer-level analysis for memory and embedded memory product manufacturers.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- (CEDIA Booth #600) -- Sony today announced the new BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Disc(TM) player, featuring the company's newly developed HD Reality Enhancer and Super Bit Mapping technologies that deliver even sharper and more vibrant images from today's Blu-ray Disc movies.
Much of the added resolution afforded by the DSD process is retained in standard CD production by using Super Bit Mapping Direct, a dedicated DSD conversion processor.
Xerox invented Xerography, the laser printer, Ethernet networking, bit mapping, the graphical user interface and hundreds of other technologies that have revolutionized the way people work by easing the flow of information from paper to digital form and back again.
Sony have reissued a number of their old Columbia musicals, newly remastered on CD using Super Bit Mapping (SBM).
The "BOX OF FIRE" contains all 12 of Aerosmith's original Columbia albums -- restored to pristine 20-Bit sonic grandeur via state-of-the-art Super Bit Mapping.
Other mastering based features included in this release are a 24-Bit mixing desk, new automation features, and powerful enhancements to Dithering, Super Bit Mapping, and Turbo Bit Mapping.
In his new role, Kawakami is responsible for the continued development of MiniDisc and the introduction of Super Bit Mapping, an audio enhancement technology for Compact Disc.