Antialiasing technique | Article about antialiasing technique by The Free Dictionary
antialiasing technique[‚an·tē′āl·ē·əs·iŋ ‚tek‚nēk]
In computer graphics, a technique for smoothing the jagged appearance of diagonal lines on printouts and on video monitors.
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