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Aberration
Accessibility (archival environment)
Accessioning (Documentation Committee)
Acquisition (museum-related environment)
Activities
Agents
Aliasing
Analog
• AnalogueAnalog
Animation
• Anti artAnti-art
Anti-art
Appearance
Appropriation
• ARAugmented reality
• ArchiveArchives (archival environment)
Archives (archival environment)
Art Practices
aRt&D = Artistic research and development
• ArtefactArtifact (audiovisual environment)
• ArtefactArtifact (museum-related environment)
Artifact (audiovisual environment)
Artifact (museum-related environment)
Artificial intelligence = Artificial life
Artificial life
Artistic intent
Artistic research and development
Artwork
Attributes & properties
Audio tape = Sound tape
Auditory
Augmented reality
Authenticity
Authoring program
Authoring system = Authoring program
Authoring tool = Authoring program
Avatar
Bandwidth
Behaviour (variable media environment)
Binaural recording
Bitstream duplicate
Blanking interval
Blog post
Browser (computing environment)
Browser art
Bug = Glitch (computing environment)
Capturing
Cascading Style Sheet * CSS
Cataloging
• CataloguingCataloging
Cathode Ray Tube * CRT (computing environment)
CAV format = Constant Angular Velocity format * CAV format
Chat (computing environment)
Choreography
Chrominance
Cinetic art = Kinetic art
CLI = Command line interface
Clone
Cluster (computing environment)
CMC = Computer-mediated communication * CMC
Co-author
Code
Collaborator
Command line interface
Compact disc = Laser disc
Compatibility (computing environment)
Compiled
Components
Composite signal
Compression
Computer-for-art
Computer-mediated communication * CMC
Concept
Conception
Conceptual art
Conservation (artistic environment)
Conservation report
Conservator (artistic environment)
Constant Angular Velocity format * CAV format
Constant bit rate
Contained
Control Program for Microcomputers * CP/M
Control Program for Monitor = Control Program for Microcomputers * CP/M
Copy
Copyleft
Copyright
Corporate body
CP/M = Control Program for Microcomputers * CP/M
Creation
Criticism (Documentation Committee)
Cross-colour
CRT = Cathode Ray Tube * CRT (computing environment)
CSS = Cascading Style Sheet * CSS
Cue point
Curation (museum-related environment)
Curator (museum-related environment)
Custodial problem
Custody (Documentation Committee)
Data integrity = Integrity (computing environment)
Database
Degeneration
Deinstallation (Documentation Committee)
Demagnetization
Design
Designed work
DHTML = Dynamic HyperText Markup Language * DHTML
Digibeta
Digital archaeology
Digital art
Digital copy
Digital curation
Digital Light Processing * DLP (computing environment)
Digital Linear Tape * DLT (computing environment)
Digital preservation
Digital sculpture
Digital video
Dispersion (computing environment)
Dispersion (optical environment)
Display
Display (computing environment)
Dissemination
Distortion
DLP = Digital Light Processing * DLP (computing environment)
DLT = Digital Linear Tape * DLT (computing environment)
DLT Technology = Digital Linear Tape * DLT (computing environment)
DMM = Documentation Map Model * DMM
Documentation
Documentation Map Model * DMM
Dubbing (audiovisual environment)
Dubbing (audiovisual environment)
Dubmaster = Submaster
Duplicated
Dynamic (variable media environment)
Dynamic HTML = Dynamic HyperText Markup Language * DHTML
Dynamic HyperText Markup Language * DHTML
Electronic art = Unstable media
Emulation
Encapsulated
Encoded
Equipment
Exhibition
Exhibition copy
Exhibition format = Exhibition copy
Expression (Documentation Committee)
File Transfer Protocol * FTP
Fixity
Format
Free software
FTP = File Transfer Protocol * FTP
General Public Licence = Copyleft
Generative art
Generator
Glitch (computing environment)
Glitch (electronic environment)
GNU = Gnu's Not Unix * GNU
Gnu's Not Unix * GNU
Go-to
GPL = Copyleft
Granularity (optical environment)
Granularity (Documentation Committee)
Graphical User Interface * GUI
GUI = Graphical User Interface * GUI
Happening
Haptic
Hardware-for-hardware
Heart of artwork
Hinting
Holography
Hypermedia
Hypertext
Immersion
Implementation
Implemented work
Information object
Installation
Installation (Documentation Committee)
Installation art
Installed (artistic environment)
Intangible cultural heritage
Integrity (artistic environment)
Integrity (computing environment)
Interaction
Interactive
Interactivity (computing environment)
Interface
Interference pattern (computing environment)
Intermediate
Intermediate negative = Internegative
Intermediate positive = Interpositive
Internegative
Internet art
Interoperability (computing environment)
Interpolation
Interpositive
Intervention
Irrelevance
Item (Documentation Committee)
Iteration = Iterative design
Iteration (Documentation Committee)
Iterative design
Jaggies = Pixelization
Joint author = Co-author
Key frame (computing environment)
Kinetic art
Laser disc
Library (computing environment)
Locative media
• LosslessLossless compression
Lossless compression
• LossyLossy compression
Lossy compression
Luminance
Machine code
Machine language = Machine code
Main memory (computing environment)
Malfunction
Malleability
Manifestation (Documentation Committee)
Manifestation and Reception
Master
Media art
Mediation
Metadata
Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard * METS
METS = Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard * METS
Migration
Mirroring
MOO = Mud Object Oriented * MOO
Mosaic
MUD = Multi-User Dungeons * MUD
Mud Object Oriented * MOO
Multi-user
Multi-User Domains = Multi-User Dungeons * MUD
Multi-User Dungeons * MUD
Native format (computing environment)
Negative
Nested-works
Net art = Internet art
• Net.artInternet art
Netcast
Network protocol
Networked artwork
New media (artistic environment)
Object code
Object oriented
Obsolescence
Occupation
Occurrence
Online art
Open source
Optical disc = Laser disc
Overlay
Patch
Perceived work
Performance
Performed
Pixelation = Pixelization
Pixelization
Plug-in
Positive
• postBlog post
PREMIS = Preservation Metadata Implementation Strategy * PREMIS
Preservation
Preservation Metadata Implementation Strategy * PREMIS
Preventive conservation
Production
Proprietary format
Prototype
Random Access Memory * RAM = Main memory (computing environment)
Raster
• Re-interpretationReinterpretation
Re-mastering = Migration
Real time
• Real-timeReal time
Reception = Criticism (Documentation Committee)
Reconstitution = Reconstruction
Reconstruction
Recording tape = Sound tape
Recreation = Reconstruction
Redocumentarization
Refabrication = Reconstruction
Reference print
Refreshing (archival environment)
Reinterpretation
Relational aesthetics
Release print
Replica = Exhibition copy
Replica = Copy
Reproduced
resampling = Interpolation
Restoration
Reverberation
• RoleOccupation
S-video (computing environment)
Script (computing environment)
Sensory mode
Separate video = S-video (computing environment)
• Single channel videoSingle-channel video
Single-band = Single-channel video
Single-channel video
Single-channel videotape = Single-channel video
Skin (computing environment)
Software
Software art
Software-for-hardware
Software-for-software
Sound art
Sound spatialization
Sound tape
Source code (computing environment)
Spatial Mode
Stand-alone
Static preservation
Stereophony
Storage
Storage carrier
Strategy
Streaming
Submaster
Sync = Synchronization
• SynchronisationSynchronization
Synchronization
System Design
Tactile = Haptic
Tag
Technologist
Telematic
Telematic art
Telerobotic
Temporal mode
Ternary work
Time-based work
Tool and technology
• TranscriptionRefreshing (archival environment)
Translation problem
Trap device
Unstable media
Usability
User number
Variability
Video art
Video installation
Video sculpture
• Video TapeVideotape
• Video-tapeVideotape
Videotape
Virtual reality
Virtual Reality Modeling Language * VRML
Visual
Visual programming environment
VRML = Virtual Reality Modeling Language * VRML
Web = World Wide Web * WWW
Web 2.0
Web art = Internet art
Webring
Work (Documentation Committee)
Workshop
World Wide Web * WWW
WWW = World Wide Web * WWW
Y/C video = S-video (computing environment)


360 terms including 277 valid terms, 64 synonyms, and 19 rejected terms.