The beginning of the printing industry - a large inventory of abbreviated terms (2)

EB: Electron beam Electron beam.

EDI: Electronic Data Interchange Electronic Data Interchange.

EPS: Encapsulated Postscript encapsulated PS file format.

FTP: File Transfer Protocol means the upper layer of TCP/IP, which is used to implement highly reliable file transfer between computers. Translate to file transfer protocol.

GUI: Graphical User Interface You can see the operation and presentation of the screen with the naked eye. Translated into a graphical man-machine interface.

HTML: Hyper Text Markup Language refers to the specification of adding a logo to a file. Translated into a hypertext group language.

ICC: The International Color Consortium means an international arbitrary group on color management. Translated into International Color Group.

IP: Internet Protco Internet Protocol.

IPM: Information Publishing Management Information Publishing Management.

IR: Infra Red infrared.

ISO: International Standard Organization.

IT: Information Technology Information Technology.

JBIG: International Standard for Binary Image Compression by the Joint Bi-level Imge experts Group.

JDF: Job Definition Format was established in February 2000 by Agfa, Adobe, Heidelberg, Man Roland, and others. It is built on PPF, etc. It can also meet standards such as PDF and PJTF. We are trying to deal with standards from pre-press to post-press processing and even to Web, and have an XML structure that aims at. Can be translated into a print definition format.

LW: Line Work Linework.

Lab: A space in which colors are numerically represented in three dimensions. L indicates brightness, a refers to red-green, and b refers to yellow-blue, which is represented by 1 to 10.

L*a*b*: Transforms Lab into a compensated three-dimensional color space that matches the visual characteristics of humans.

LED: Liquid Cristal Display LCD.

LED: Light Emitting Diode LED.

Lpe:Line Per Inch The number of lines per inch.

LUT: Look Up Table Check the meaning of the chart.

LUV: A space that digitizes colors in three dimensions.

MIS: Management Information System Management Information System.

NIP: Non Impact Printing means that it can handle the printing of small batch prints. Translated into non-contact printing.

ODBC: Open Data base Connectivity According to the ISO standard, the interface to the database. Translated into open database connection.

OLED: Organic Light Emitting Diode Organic Light Emitting Diodes.

OPI:Open Prepress Interface is a job and function developed by Adobe Co., Ltd., which can convert low-resolution and high-resolution images. Translated into open prepress interface.

PC: Personal Computer refers to Windows PCs.

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