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bitmapping

The process of assigning colours or depths to the pixels of a computerised image, which is intrinsic to raster graphics and is best suited for images that require high definition and little manipulation.
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If the attribute is there and is redundant in the collection to specify the relationship between the attributes in Friends collection, those are indexed with bitmap indexing.
There is a trade-off between the efficiency of cache and the size of a bitmap when we increase the degree of expansion.
The color table is not present for bitmaps with 24 color bits because each pixel is represented by 24-bit red-green-blue (RGB) values in the actual bitmap data area.
OCR or Optical Character Recognition analyzes the light and dark areas of the bitmap that is produced when you scan a document into your computer.
The proposed SBSI scheme selectively tunes the bitmap index and data arrival time information on the basis of whether the size of the data sent from the server is identical or varying.
The role of a scanner is to convert a hard copy into a bitmap image.