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ALSO CALLED: Vector Graphics Software, 3D Design Software, Bitmapped Graphics Software, Raster Graphics Software, Clip Art Programs, Three-Dimensional Graphics Software, Three-Dimensional Design Software
DEFINITION: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is the description of an image as an application of the Extensible Markup Language (XML). Any program such as a Web browser that recognizes XML can display the image using the information provided in the SVG format. Different from a raster graphics image (which consists of a bit pattern description), a vector graphics image is expressed by mathematical statements.  … 
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GRAPHICS SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  The scalable part of the term emphasizes that vector graphic images can easily be made scalable (whereas an image specified in raster graphics is a fixed-size bitmap). Thus, the SVG format enables the viewing of an image on a computer display of any size and resolution, whether a tiny LCD screen in a cell phone or a large CRT display in a workstation. In addition to ease of size reduction and enlargement, SVG allows text within images to be recognized as such, so that the text can be located by a search engine and easily translated into other languages.Vector graphics images also have the potential … 
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