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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If the service were just to create a "second life" digital representation that troops still predominately operated through the use of keyboards and game controllers, "how is that teaching anybody about the real world?" he said.
The wood-backed illustration above shows the digital representation of our bookshelf which is available from all pages on the IDMi web site.
Digital drawing for landscape architecture; contemporary techniques and tools for digital representation in site design.
The Torkdisc features a field proven telemetry system that consists of an onboard electronic module that converts torque signals into a high-speed digital representation. Once in digital form, this data is transmitted to a non-contacting pickup loop, with no risk of noise or data corruption.
Her efforts are part of a Tees Valley-wide drive to create a digital representation of regional identity.
It still isn't clear what prompted Michelangelo to mutilate his work, but art historian Jack Wasserman of Temple University in Philadelphia hopes that a new digital representation of the sculpture will offer him some clues.
A digital representation of the converted parcel map is manipulated to match the coordinate locations specified for each section corner.
Also important, choice of a digital representation affects integration of video with other data types already in use in computer interactions.
I left the restaurant more knowledgeable on the subject than when I walked in but still hardly an expert.Virtual currency refers to a digital representation of value issued and controlled by its developers and accepted by users.
BIM is a concept that uses a combination of processes and technologies to develop a digital representation of a building and, if put in place properly, can improve the quality of building projects and potentially save time and money.
This is a big claim, but Dahmash argues that using the software leads to the creation of a "reliable, digital representation" of a building before any construction work starts.

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