imaging model

imaging model

A set of rules for representing images.
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At the top end, the 1198c Side Imaging model, with 10 1/2-inch screen, sells for about $2,799.
This sophisticated imaging model enables the visualisation of normal peripheral cells that have taken up circulating GBM-derived EVs and allows for subsequent tracking of the recruitment of these cells to the tumour.
To complicate matters a bit more, Adobe's Display PostScript--the font imaging model you and Apple have rejected--has won significant support among workstation vendors, particularly those who target document-creation and publishing markets.
Monotype Imaging's PDL imaging model is based on Advanced Raster Technology, developed internally.
Knowledgeable print service providers appreciate the importance of accurate, predictable output made possible by use of PDF, the industry's richest and most reliable imaging model.
0, based on the Adobe PostScript imaging model, Adobe has added increasing support for high-end production printing to PDF.
The Peerless controller, which uses an object-based imaging model, results in a product that helps users increase print quality and speed, while reducing costs.
Adobe "Bravo" Imaging Model to Revolutionize Graphics on the Internet
The FS-5900C utilizes a controller design based upon the PeerlessPage Object-Based Imaging model and incorporates a Peerless QuickPrint 1800 acceleration coprocessor to deliver high performance, high quality color printing.
Peerless Systems Corporation's technologies utilize an object-based imaging model designed to reduce memory requirements and cost, and to increase performance and output quality.
Vertigo' Technology to Leverage Adobe's New `Bravo' Imaging Model,

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