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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Further, the report states that the storage of signature verification is a digital representation that can be pilfered, lost, and compromised, raising concerns among end-users and deterring them from adopting signature verification.
Think about it creating a digital representation of the physical asset - in other words, building an information model.
A Building Information Model is the resulting data-rich, object-oriented and parametric digital representation of the facility, from which views and data for various users' needs can be extracted and analyzed.
BIM is a digital representation of the building rather than a drawing.
It also contends the possibility of a paradigm shifting utilisation of AR within social media, potentially breaking the digital-physical wall with potential future uses allowing a digital representation of a person to appear in the users surroundings.
It includes an engineering information system that provides a digital representation of the physical plant, as well as unique nuclear quality assurance and reporting software.
The idea is to encode the soldier's DNA, so to speak, within a digital representation.
Amanda Altree, the company senior director of marketing for Autograph Collection, said, 'Autograph Collection is thrilled to debut an online destination that is a true digital representation of what we offer within the collection.
Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Contemporary Techniques and Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design provides architecture and landscape workers with principles of analog representation and how they cross over to digital techniques.
A Voice Signature is a digital representation of a person's voice used to verify their identity with a high degree of accuracy.
The 19 exhibitors cover a broad range of practice including ceramic, textile, jewellery, upcycling fashion, letter cutting, furniture, enamelling, animation, digital representation and photography.
This situation resembles the history of the digital representation of texts.

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