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Artifact (US), artefact or related terms may refer to:



  • Artifact (error), misleading or confusing alteration in data or observation, commonly in experimental science, resulting from flaws in technique or equipment
  • Compression artifact, when the data compression of an image, audio, or video is too complex, resulting in a loss of clarity
  • Digital artifact, any undesired alteration in data introduced during its digital processing
  • Iatrogenic artifact, a medical problem created by medical treatment
  • Visual artifact, anomalies during visual representation of digital graphics and imagery

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  • Artifacting, a technique used on some older computers to generate colour in monochrome modes by exploiting artifacts of analogue television systems

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