back buffer

back buffer
вторичный буфер
область памяти, в которой рассчитываются объекты трехмерной сцены. Вывод изображения на экран осуществляется через Front Buffer (первичный буфер). Обычно процесс копирования содержимого вторичного буфера синхронизируется с обратным ходом луча ЭЛТ монитора. Таким образом, достигается плавная смена кадров.

English-Russian terms in computer graphics and 3D. 2005.

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  • Back Buffer —   [dt. »Hintergrund (Farb )Puffer«], Pufferspeicher von Grafikkarten, in dem bereits das nächste Bild aufgebaut wird, während die Karte noch das aktuelle Bild darstellt. Er wird beim Verfahren der doppelten Pufferung (Double Buffering) eingesetzt …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Buffer overflow protection — refers to various techniques used during software development to enhance the security of executable programs by detecting buffer overflows on stack allocated variables as they occur and preventing them from becoming serious security… …   Wikipedia

  • Buffer credits — Buffer credits, also called buffer to buffer credits (BBC) are used as a flow control method by Fibre Channel technology and represent the number of frames a port can store. Each time a port transmits a frame that port s BB Credit is decremented… …   Wikipedia

  • buffer — buff|er1 [ˈbʌfə US ər] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(protection)¦ 2¦(railway)¦ 3 buffer zone 4 buffer state 5¦(computer)¦ 6¦(person)¦ 7¦(for polishing)¦ 8 run into/hit the buffers ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Sense: 1 5, 8; Date: 1800 1900; …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • buffer — I UK [ˈbʌfə(r)] / US [ˈbʌfər] noun [countable] Word forms buffer : singular buffer plural buffers * 1) a) something that protects another thing by being between it and something else that could harm it The air bag acts as a buffer between the… …   English dictionary

  • buffer — 1 noun (C) 1 PROTECTION something that protects something else: The trees act as a buffer against strong winds. 2 RAILWAY one of the two special metal springs on the front or back of a train or at the end of a railway track to take the shock if… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • buffer — Neither buffer ‘fellow’ [18] nor buffer ‘shock absorber’ [19] can be traced back with any certainty to a source, but the likeliest conjecture is that they both come (independently) from an obsolete English verb buff, which was probably originally …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • buffer — Neither buffer ‘fellow’ [18] nor buffer ‘shock absorber’ [19] can be traced back with any certainty to a source, but the likeliest conjecture is that they both come (independently) from an obsolete English verb buff, which was probably originally …   Word origins

  • Buffer Theory — In the late 1950s a number of European countries (most notably West Germany and France) decided on a migration policy know as the Buffer theory. Owing to rapid economic recovery in the post WWII period (aided by the American Marshall aid program) …   Wikipedia

  • buffer — buff|er1 [ bʌfər ] noun count * 1. ) something that protects another thing by being between it and something else that could harm it: The airbag acts as a buffer between the driver and the steering wheel. a ) BRITISH one of two metal springs at… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Front Buffer —   [dt. »Vorderpuffer«] der, derjenige Bereich des Speichers einer Grafikkarte, der das aktuell darzustellende Bild enthält. Seine Größe ergibt sich aus der Anzahl der Pixel des Bildes, multipliziert mit der Farbtiefe (in Bit).   Der Front Buffer… …   Universal-Lexikon


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