scissoring


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scissoring

[′siz·ər·iŋ]
(computer science)
In computer graphics, the deletion of those parts of an image that fall outside a window that has been placed over the original image. Also known as clipping.
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scissoring

In computer graphics, the deleting of any parts of an image which fall outside of a window that has been sized and laid over the original image. Also called "clipping."
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