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viewport

[′vyü‚pȯrt]
(aerospace engineering)

viewport

A scrollable region on screen. See window.
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As he stepped back from the telescope and looked out the viewport, John took in an infinite sea of black with a few dots of white.
So the tiles directly behind the current field of view, and the poles, might be the lowest quality, with improving quality delivered closer to the current viewport. This is all managed via a DASH manifest.
Published in the Partnership for Public Service's 2016 Best Places to Work index, the rankings are based on the Office of Personnel Management's Federal Employee Viewport Survey, which analyzes data collected from more than 421,000 Federal workers to produce a detailed view of employee satisfaction and commitment.
Intuitally predictable, if the finger move was horizontal to the viewport, rotation about y-axis was produced Fig.4(a).
This paper proposed an adaptive multilevel method for generating tiles for massive raster dataset, which can dynamically switch rendering tragedy according to the viewport display level.
(Walther calls it a "viewport.") Unlike other subcompact polymer-frame pistols, the PPS M2 has a steel feedramp set into the frame.
"When considering your content through the limited viewport of a tiny screen, it's clear that you need a hierarchy, because on a tiny screen, your content is stacked top to bottom, rather than displayed side by side on a more or less equal footing the way it is on a large monitor," she says.
Datacolor Viewport(tm) is designed to meet the needs of product quality control professionals and color analysts, Viewport enables accurate imaging, remote visualization and color evaluation for a wide range of products under multiple lights.
Luke Skywalker's X-wing fighter can travel at 652mph in the atmosphere while Han Solo has a pair of dice hanging in the viewport of the Millennium Falcon.
All profiling (the "Run Benchmark" button in the sample) is done by drawing to the off-screen buffer in the size of the selected scene content (1280x720, 1600x900, 1920x1080 and 2560x1600) and displaying it to 1280x720 viewport, so the numbers are fairly device resolution independent.
Hence users select a click-point from within this viewport, or may press a "shuffle" button to randomly reposition the viewport until a suitable location found.