an early name for the J/psi particle.
See J/psi particle.
[jey-peg] /ˈdʒeɪˌpɛg/ noun, Computers. 1. a set of standards and file format for compression of digital color images. 2. an image file compressed in this format. /ˈdʒeɪˌpɛɡ/ noun 1. (computing) JPEG (jā’pěg’) Joint Photographic Experts Group Joint Photographic Experts Group
- Jpeg file interchange format
graphics, file format (JFIF) The technical name for the file format better known as JPEG. This term is used only when the difference between the JPEG file format and the JPEG image compression algorithm is crucial. (1998-02-10)
image, file format A potential successor to JPEG with better compression and multiresolution images. JPEG-2000 gives reasonable quality down to 0.1 bits/pixel (JPEG quality drops dramatically below about 0.4 bits/pixel). (2001-12-02)
language JAM Programming Language. Jet Propulsion Laboratory