bitmapped graphics

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bitmapped graphics

The common representation of a digital image as a matrix (rows and columns) of picture elements (see bitmap). All CRT, LCD, OLED and plasma screens are bitmapped-graphics displays. Images acquired by digital cameras, digital camcorders and scanners are bitmaps. Also known as "raster graphics," images created in paint programs are bitmapped. There are many bitmapped formats, including JPEG, GIF, BMP and TIFF (see graphics formats). Bitmapped graphics and "vector graphics" are the two fundamental architectures of digital images (see graphics for details).
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This paper is about one such method that is used to detect the tampered regions using enhanced pixel based tamper detection algorithm.
11] proposed a novel method to assign objectness value to every pixel based on the definition of objectness.
Bilinear Interpolation determines the value of a new pixel based on piecewise linear function and bicubic interpolation determines the new pixel value on the basis of cubic function [3].
25] described a pixel based method where it generates a new artificial texture by growing the borders of input texture pixel-by-pixel and then obtains the possible matches in available patterns.
Sauvola) overcome this obstacle by computing the individual thresholds for each pixel based on the information from the pixels in the neighborhood.
Finally, the secret message is embedded into the embeddable pixel based on Equation 6, where [SM.
Remote sensing analysis strategies in this context are generally biased as continuous and discrete, in which former uses pixel based strategy and latter object based.
It has been reported in the business daily The Economic Times that Tata Motors will unveil a new compact car, PIXEL based on its micro-car Nano platform exclusively for the European market at the 81th Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday.
The main difference between a vector image and a pixel based graphic like a bitmap or jpg is that a Vector graphic can be resized without the loss of resolution, whereas a pixel (bitmap) base graphic will not resize and render the same sharp quality of line and resolution on screen and in print.
This scope provides up to 256 levels of color intensity gradation for each pixel based on acquisitions as long as 8 MB mapped to a high-resolution display (XGA).
This method is still pixel based, and we contrast results of image segmentation of this algorithm with our approach later in this paper.
The PCA option allows users to automatically find phases in the recorded data, by clustering spectra at each pixel based on similarity in the channels counts.