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The visible "steps" of edges or lines around a pixel in a digital image, and is most notable in areas of high contrast. Anti- aliasing can reduce the visibility of the jagged features.…
Source: digitizationguidelines.gov

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Term for the stair-stepped appearance of curved or angled lines in a digital image file. The smaller the pixels and/or the greater their number, the less apparent are the “jaggies.” Jaggies are mo [..]
Source: bhphotovideo.com

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Slang term for the stair-like appearance of an angled or curved line in digital imaging. Read articles that include this term
Source: nikonusa.com

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/jag'eez/ n. The `stairstep' effect observable when an edge (esp. a linear edge of very shallow or steep slope) is rendered on a pixel device (as opposed to a vector display).
Source: hacker-dictionary.com

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See aliasing.
Source: www-rohan.sdsu.edu

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the visibly jagged edges of pixels in a digital image, especially apparent when viewing the square or rectangular pixels along the edge of a curved line. Smaller pixels (higher resolution) is the cure [..]
Source: halfhill.com

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One type of degradation found in digital images. Often described as zig-zag lines in hairlines or in the edges of highlights.
Source: lumixgexperience.panasonic.co.uk

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A slang term used to describe the jagged edges created by pixels.
Source: ephotozine.com

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This is the jargon or informal name for digital artifacts found in raster images. These star-line lines appear where there should be a smooth straight line or curve. Jaggies appear when the output device (i.e. printer or monitor) doesn’t have the adequate resolution to reproduce a smooth line.
Source: exposureguide.com

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" - Slang term for the stair-stepped appearance of a curved or angled line in digital imaging. The smaller the pixels, and the greater their number the less apparent the "jaggies". Also [..]
Source: digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au

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Slang term for the stair-like appearance of an angled or curved line in digital imaging. Read articles that include this term
Source: en.nikon.ca

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Nickname for the smooth edges of lines that experience the "stair-step" effect in a low resolution photo.
Source: tinyprints.com

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Jaggies is a term for various kinds of anomalies in computer graphics outputs or display imaging. The result displays shape edges composed of small squares or “steps” instead of a smoothly c [..]
Source: techopedia.com

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"Jaggies" is the informal name for artifacts in raster images, most frequently from aliasing, which in turn is often caused by non-linear mixing effects producing high-frequency components or missing [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Stairlike lines that appear where there should be smooth straight lines or curves. Jaggies can occur for a variety of reasons, the most common being that the output device (display monitor or printer) [..]
Source: webopedia.com

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Alternate term for the results of aliasing. See Aliasing
Source: malanenewman.com

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The jagged edges that appear in graphics on diagonal or curved lines. The stair-step appearance is the result of trying to build a diagonal or curved line out of little squares. One solution is to cre [..]
Source: computeruser.com


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