noun, (used with a plural verb)
pictorial computer output produced on a display screen, plotter, or printer.
the study of the techniques used to produce such output.
(functioning as sing) the use of a computer to produce and manipulate pictorial images on a video screen, as in animation techniques or the production of audiovisual aids
- Computer graphics metafile
graphics, file format (CGM) A standard file format for storage and communication of graphical information, widely used on personal computers and accepted by desktop publishing and technical illustration systems. MIME type: image/cgm. ANSI/ISO 8632-1987. Worked on by the ISO/IEC group JTC1/SC24. CGM Open Consortium (http://cgmopen.org/). See also: WebCGM. (1999-02-16)
noun, Computers. 1. the design and production of publications by means of specialized software enabling a personal computer to generate typeset-quality text and graphics. noun 1. a means of publishing reports, advertising, etc, to typeset quality using a desktop computer DTP
- Computer integrated manufacturing
application (CIM) (http://dmtf.org/). [Summary?] (2003-06-07)
[kuh m-pyoo-tuh-rahyz] /kəmˈpyu təˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), computerized, computerizing. 1. to control, perform, process, or store (a system, operation, or information) by means of or in an electronic or computers. 2. to equip with or automate by computers: to computerize a business. verb (used without object), computerized, computerizing. 3. to make use of computers: […]
[kuh m-pyoo-tuh-rist] /kəmˈpyu tə rɪst/ noun 1. a person who works with , especially a hobbyist or amateur programmer.