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Chapter 1 in Computer Concepts 2016 Revised Version

TermDefinition
3-D Graphics A type of digital graphics format that displays a three-dimensional image in a two-dimensional space.
Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) A file format that provides highly compressed audio files with very little loss of sound quality and is promoted by Apple on its iTunes Web site.
Alpha Blending The process of combining a foreground color with background colors as when an image is pasted onto a background and the edges are blended to look more natural.
Analog Data Data that is measured or represented on a continuously varying scale, such as a dimmer switch or a watch with a sweep second hand.
Analog-to-Digital Converter Any device, such as a sound card, that converts analog data into digital data.
ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) A code that represents characters as a series of 1s and 0s. Most computers use ASCII code to transfer data between computers.
ASCII Text Text files that contain no embedded formatting codes.
Advanced Systems Format (ASF) Microsoft's proprietary container format for streaming digital multimedia; typically holds WMV and WMA files.
Aspect Ratio The ratio of the width and height of an image or
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