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  • Artifact (US), artefact or related terms may refer to: Artifact (archaeology), an object formed by humans, particularly one of interest to archaeologists
    3 KB (360 words) - 16:45, 23 February 2016
  • quality factors, different types of visual artifacts Compression artifacts Digital artifacts, visual artifacts resulting from digital image processing Noise
    3 KB (224 words) - 00:36, 6 June 2016
  • In natural science and signal processing, an artifact is any error in the perception or representation of any information introduced by the involved equipment
    4 KB (448 words) - 09:23, 3 August 2016
  • An artifact or artefact (from Latin phrase arte factum~ars skill + facere to make) is "something made or given shape by man, such as a tool or a work of
    6 KB (579 words) - 19:07, 22 August 2016
  • For other uses, see mosquito (disambiguation). A compression artifact (or artefact) is a noticeable distortion of media (including images, audio
    16 KB (1,831 words) - 12:30, 16 August 2016
  • Cultural artifact or artefact is a term used in the social sciences, particularly anthropology, ethnology, and sociology[citation needed] for anything
    3 KB (319 words) - 21:44, 4 June 2016
  • Artifact is a 2012 American documentary film. It was directed by Jared Leto under the pseudonym of Bartholomew Cubbins, and produced by Leto and Emma Ludbrook
    23 KB (2,575 words) - 12:42, 20 February 2016
  • An artifact (in the UML) is the specification of a physical piece of information that is used or produced by a software development process, or by deployment
    1 KB (123 words) - 14:13, 7 October 2015
  • Not to be confused with Virtual artifact. Digital artifact in information science, is any undesired or unintended alteration in data introduced
    3 KB (279 words) - 19:44, 28 March 2016
  • In sound and music production, sonic artifact, or simply artifact, refers to sonic material that is accidental or unwanted, resulting from the editing
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  • The Coso artifact is an object claimed by its discoverers to be a spark plug found encased in a lump of hard clay or rock on February 13, 1961, by Wallace
    4 KB (584 words) - 11:58, 8 April 2016
  • Sanity: Aiken's Artifact is a 2000 action video game developed by Monolith Productions and published by Fox Interactive. The game's lead character, Agent
    4 KB (474 words) - 19:42, 7 January 2016
  • OOPArts (album). For the SYUN album, see OOPARTS (SYUN album). Out-of-place artifact (OOPArt) is a term coined by American naturalist and cryptozoologist Ivan
    17 KB (1,970 words) - 21:28, 10 August 2016
  • Artifact is the sixth studio album by The Electric Prunes, released in 2002. It was their first studio album since 1969. The album is said to be the "real
    2 KB (150 words) - 22:18, 14 December 2015
  • Artifact-centric business process model represents an operational model of business processes in which the changes and evolution of business data, or business
    12 KB (1,519 words) - 15:49, 22 August 2016
  • "Artifacting" redirects here. For other uses of the term, see Artifact. Composite artifact colors is a designation commonly
    11 KB (1,365 words) - 16:47, 7 August 2016
  • An artifact is one of many kinds of tangible by-products produced during the development of software. Some artifacts (e.g., use cases, class diagrams
    4 KB (610 words) - 20:47, 28 October 2015
  • Journey The Egyptian death metal band Scarab takes their name from these artifacts. The famous Dutch print-maker, M. C. Escher (1898–1972) created a wood
    21 KB (2,807 words) - 20:19, 22 August 2016
  • Aboriginal artifacts consist the boomerangs, spears, dillybags and other things the semi-nomadic Aborigines had to carry around. Many artifacts were devised
    1 KB (141 words) - 08:45, 1 June 2016
  • The Kingoodie artifact (also known as Kingoodie hammer) is an object with the characteristics of a corroded iron nail found in a block of Devonian sandstone
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