antialiasing technique

antialiasing technique

[‚an·tē′āl·ē·əs·iŋ ‚tek‚nēk]
(computer science)
In computer graphics, a technique for smoothing the jagged appearance of diagonal lines on printouts and on video monitors.
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Since this rendering was performed by a nonreal-time preprocessing step, there was no need to limit the number of polygons used to represent the terrain nor were there any restrictions as to which antialiasing techniques could be used.
Combined with antialiasing techniques and supporting the Iris Graphics library, the Indigo produces true-color 3-D graphics.