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JPEG

 (jā′pĕg′)
n. Computers
1. A standard algorithm for the compression of digital images.
2. A digital image stored as a file so compressed: a JPEG of a cat.

[J(oint) P(hotographic) E(xperts) G(roup).]
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JPEG

(ˈdʒeɪˌpɛɡ)
n
(Computer Science) computing
a. a standard file format for compressing pictures by disposing of redundant pixels
b. a picture held in this file format
c. (as modifier): a JPEG image.
[C20: technique devised by the J(oint) P(hotographic) E(xperts) G(roup)]
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JPEG

(ˈdʒeɪ pɛg)
n.
1. a set of standards and file format for compression of digital images.
2. a digital image compressed in this format.
[1990–95; J(oint) P(hotographic) E(xperts) Group)]
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JPEG

A high-compression format for graphics files used widely on the Internet.
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Translations

JPEG

Jpeg [ˈdʒeɪpeg]
n (= format, image) → JPEG m
modif
JPEG image → image f en format JPEG
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jpeg

n (Comput) → JPEG nt; jpeg file/formatJPEG-Datei f/-Format nt
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The discussed images formats are like BMPF, CALS, DICM, FPIX, GIFF, JFIF, PCXF, PCXF, PNG, RPIX, TGAF.
One of today's wide-spread image formats is JPG, or more correctly the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), Joint File Interchange Format (JFIF) [5].
The Geometrix database consists of 3115 folders, each containing the raw stereophotographic image data, including eight JFIF (JPEG File Interchange Format, where JPEG is Joint Photographic Experts Group) images corresponding to the eight cameras used by the Geometrix FaceVision scanner, two XML (Extensible Markup Language) files containing the repeated sets of landmark coordinates, and the 3-D face-surface data in three standard formats--3ds (3D Studio) (Autodesk 3ds Max, San Rafael, California), DXF (Drawing Exchange Format) (Autodesk AutoCAD) and VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language).