A phenomena that exhibits or arises due to signal interference as signals of similar frequency interact in a destructive manner. Common examples in photography are "jaggies" along the edges of strait or lightly curved lines, and "moire" when high frequency patterns are resolved by a sensor without an optical low pass filter.
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