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rendering

[′ren·dər·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Methods or techniques that are used to display realistic-looking three-dimensional images on a two-dimensional medium such as a computer display.

rendering

1. A drawing, especially a perspective of a building or interior space, artistically delineating materials, shades and shadows, done for the purpose of presentation and persuasion.
See also: Design drawing
2. A coat of plaster applied directly to an interior wall or stucco on an exterior wall; a perspective or elevation drawing of a project or portion thereof with artistic delineation of materials, shades, and shadows. See also: Plaster

rendering

1. Applying a coat of plaster directly on an interior wall or stucco on an exterior wall.
2. A perspective or elevation drawing of a project or portion thereof with artistic delineation of materials, shades, and shadows.

rendering

(graphics, text)
The conversion of a high-level object-based description into a graphical image for display.

For example, ray-tracing takes a mathematical model of a three-dimensional object or scene and converts it into a bitmap image. Another example is the process of converting HTML into an image for display to the user.
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"MORGENROT offers cloud based distributed rendering service which is highly efficient and scalable for all creators who are hungry for more computing power as they need it.
Rendering needs were not the same as nowadays, but proportionally, the computing power neither.
Experiments show that our efficiency control method can stabilize the rendering efficiency within the user's expectations to within 0.6 s for the scenery drawing of tens of thousands of sports fans.
Rendering yield, fat recovery rate, and moisture content: The rendering yield and fat recovery rate of chicken fat were determined according to the methods of Sheu and Chen [4] and Zhang et al [5] using the following equations.
Vince Wareham of Alexander Park in Sunderland who has complained about the rendering on his new Persimmon home, they have now agreed to replace the entire render
"Having to re-create a rendering can slow down an actual process.
Most of the workers of the Shumen-based rendering plant will be forced to go on a leave of absence as of Monday.
Most American rendering plants use a continuous cooker system in an agitated vessel to heat the raw material to between 240 F and 290 F (115 C to 145 C) at atmospheric conditions.
Shaderlight Cloud Rendering powered by Limitless Computing renders Google SketchUp animations up to 30x faster, and scenes up to 5x faster, delivering high resolution, photorealistic visualizations direct from Google SketchUp in hours, not days.
Rendering software and visualisation tools provider mental images announced on Thursday its iray rendering solution has been incorporated into the Autodesk Subscription Advantage Pack for Autodesk 3ds Max 2011 and 3ds Max Design 2011 software.
Once the datasets were reconstructed, all images were sent to a workstation (Leonardo running InSpace, Siemens Healthcare) for 3-dimensional rendering by the radiologist.