bit-mapped graphics

bit-mapped graphics

[¦bit ‚mapt ′graf·iks]
(computer science)
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This is a problem with bit-mapped graphics embedded into text and it is not a consistent problem.
These systems combined features such as high CPU performance, multiple megabytes (MB) of memory and large local hard disk storage along with high-resolution, high-performance color bit-mapped graphics, and high-speed local area networks to interconnect large numbers of these workstations.
This was followed in the 1970s by the rise in popularity of raster or bit-mapped graphic terminals connected to mainframe or minicomputers.
Bit-mapped graphics produce the lowest quality output, even on a laser printer, while EPS produces the highest and is typically used on the finest commercial laser printers.
has the ability to either import or produce bit-mapped graphics using its paint tools, and object oriented graphics using its draw tools.
The third section includes twelve tools for object-oriented graphics, and the fourth nine tools for bit-mapped graphics.
The third row begins with the bit-map frame tool, which creates a frame to receive a bit-mapped graphic.
X Windows utilizes bit-mapped graphics to display its interface, which consists of windows, pop-up menus, dialog boxes, etc.
For embedded system designers with character and bit-mapped graphics CRT display requirements, the C6845 offers improved product time-to-market, lower product development costs, and reduced risknce of 49 MHz.
Three series of bit-mapped graphics - for Holidays, Education, and an assortment - each furnish more than 500 pieces of art.
The Scientific-Atlanta 8600x bit-mapped graphics, onscreen menus and easy programmability turn cable TVs into interactive video and information centers.
Bit-mapped graphics were easy to draw, and electronic clip art became a small industry in its own right.