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low-res·o·lu·tion

(lō′rĕz′ə-lo͞o′shən)
adj.
1. Of or relating to an image that lacks fine detail.
2. Computers
a. Of or relating to an output device, such as a printer, whose images contain a small number of dots per unit of area and therefore lack sharpness and detail.
b. Of or relating to a raster-based image that contains a small number of pixels per unit of area.
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Adj.1.low-resolution - of computer output devices; producing images that are not sharply defined
high-resolution - producing images that are sharp and finely detailed; "high-resolution photography"; "a high-resolution lens"; "high-resolution television"
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The AI technology based on machine learning analyses content and automatically upscales low-resolution images into 8K picture quality, said a statement from Samsung.
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It's a very large file and it must be analyzed quickly," says Spicer, "and the result is displayed in a low-resolution format on the operator's screen.
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That's where we got the low-resolution graphic to the right, after DARPA stonewalled our attempts to secure a high-resolution version.