a jagged, stairstep effect on curved or diagonal lines that are reproduced in low resolution, as on a computer printout or display.
(radio, television) the error in a vision or sound signal arising from limitations in the system that generates or processes the signal
Jagged distortions in curves and diagonal lines in computer graphics caused by limited or diminished screen resolution. Compare antialiasing.
Distortion in a reproduced sound wave caused by a low sampling rate during the recording of the sound signal as digital information.
1. When several different identifiers refer to the same object. The term is very general and is used in many contexts.
See alias, aliasing bug, anti-aliasing.
2. (Or “shadowing”) Where a hardware device responds at multiple addresses because it only decodes a subset of the address lines, so different values on the other lines are ignored.
- Aliasing bug
aliasing bug stale pointer bug
Law. the defense by an accused person of having been elsewhere at the time an alleged offense was committed. an excuse, especially to avoid blame. a person used as one’s excuse: My sick grandmother was my alibi for missing school. Informal. to give an excuse; offer a defense: to alibi for being late. Informal. to […]
nutritive; nourishing. alible al·i·ble (āl’ə-bəl) adj. Having nutrients; nourishing.
a seaport in SE Spain, on the Mediterranean. Contemporary Examples The test fraud spanned from Romania to Moscow and Alicante, Spain, and the cheaters were from the U.S., Egypt, Japan, and Russia. Sex, Bribes & Rhythmic Gymnastics: The IOC’s Biggest Scandals Sujay Kumar September 5, 2013 More than twenty-two grape varieties flourish including Mission, Syrah, […]