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Ken
間
Ken
Ken is a unit of length in the traditional Japanese system of measurement known as shakkanho. Shakkanho was established under the Weights and Measures Act of 1891. Under this law, "shaku" was defined as the unit of length, "sho" as the unit of vol

DPI
dpi
dpi
DPI stands for dots per inch and is a unit which is used to represent the resolution of input devices, such as scanners, and of output devices, such as monitors and printers. It is sometimes used in the same sense as PPI (pixels per inch), a unit of

Byte
byte
byte
A byte is a unit of information in computing. Generally, 1 byte consists of 8 bits and can express 8 binary digits (i.e. 256 types) of information. If used to express whole numbers, a single byte can express 256 whole numbers (e.g. 0 to 255, 128 to

Shaku
尺
Shaku
Shaku is a unit of length in the traditional Japanese system of measurement known as shakkanho. Shakkanho was established under the Weights and Measures Act of 1891. Under this law, "shaku" was defined as the unit of length, "sho" as the unit of volu

Hertz (Hz)
Hz
Herutsu
Hertz (Hz) is a unit of frequency and is used to indicate the frequency of sound waves and electromagnetic waves, etc. A single wave or vibration cycle in one second is represented as 1Hz. This unit is often used in connection with computers to in

Dot
ドット
Dot
When the word, "dot", is used in relation to computer images and data input/output devices, "dot" can be assumed to indicate the smallest element in designating precision. The unit, dpi (dots per inch), for example, is used for the resolution of b

Pixel
ピクセル
Pixel
A pixel is the smallest element in the composition of bitmap data. It is an abbreviation of the word, picture element, and the word for it in Japanese is gaso. Digitized bitmap data images read by scanner or from digital camera photographs are typ

Bit
Bit
Bit
When a computer processes information, it usually does so by expressing that information in 0s and 1s (binary digit expression). The smallest unit of that information (a single digit of binary data) is called a bit. This is the shortened version of t

Kyū, Ha, Point
級・歯・ポイント
Kyū・Ha・Pointo
Kyū (級) is a unit of measurement used to express the size of characters in photocomposition that is particular to Japan; it is equal to 0.25mm. It can also be written as “Q,” an abbreviation that is derived from the origin of its name, “quarter,” as

Inch
インチ
Inch
An inch (in.) is a unit of measurement used to express length or distance in the imperial system. Other units in this system include feet (ft.) and yards (yd.), which also express length or distance, and pounds (lb.), which express weight. 1 yard =