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RAD 789 Image File Formats : Past , Present , and Future 1

  title={RAD 789 Image File Formats : Past , Present , and Future 1},
  author={Richard H. Wiggins and H. Christian Davidson and H. Ric Harnsberger and Jason R. Lauman and Patricia Goede},
Despite the rapid growth of the Internet for storage and display of World Wide Web–based teaching files, the available image file formats have remained relatively limited. The recently developed portable networks graphics (PNG) format is versatile and offers several advantages over the older Internet standard image file formats that make it an attractive option for digital teaching files. With the PNG format, it is possible to repeatedly open, edit, and save files with lossless compression… 

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