digital representation

digital representation

[′dij·əd·əl ‚rep·rə‚zen′tā·shən]
(computer science)
The use of discrete impulses or quantities arranged in coded patterns to represent variables or other data in the form of numbers or characters.
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Only the combined voltages are converted back into digital representation and stored for processing.
Virtual or cryptocurrency, which is fast becoming popular around the globe, refers to a digital representation of value issued and controlled by its developers.
Virtual currency refers to a digital representation of value issued and controlled by its developers and used and accepted among the members of a specific community or users.
It [cryptocurrency] is a digital representation of a contractual value among its users, which is not issued and guaranteed by any central bank in the world (e.
In this way, the researchers could, for example, reconstruct a flat monitor, whose digital representation after a 3D scan looked rather like a paneled wall, so that everyone could once again recognize a monitor in the digital object.
Furthermore, the two companies highlighted that the collaboration will allow the companies to apply voice and image recognition, video processing and AR/Virtual Reality to create a digital representation of a physical asset using Microsoft's HoloLens and Surface devices.
It's embedding AR-ready technology into its iPhones later this year, potentially setting the stage for a rush of new apps that blur the line between reality and digital representation in new and imaginative ways.
Integral to the Life in Picoseconds experience is an extraordinary new form of digital representation, the Atom Screen.
This network monitoring system monitors cabling across all distances and in all magnitudes, and also enables three-dimensional digital representation of the data center infrastructure.
A token is a digital representation of an asset; the blockchain is a digital distributed ledger that records and facilitates transactions.
Johannesburg- and Tel Aviv-based MALAXA use "decolonial aesthetics" to explore the politics of digital representation.
A digital representation of his face goes on display Friday as part of the exhibition "Mummies of the World" that runs through August 28.

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