Definitions for "Mask"
A cover, or partial cover, for the face, used for disguise or protection; as, a dancer's mask; a fencer's mask; a ball player's mask.
That which disguises; a pretext or subterfuge.
A grotesque head or face, used to adorn keystones and other prominent parts, to spout water in fountains, and the like; -- called also mascaron.
(1) In color separation photography, an intermediate photographic negative or positive used in color correction. (2) In offset lithography, opaque material used to protect open or selected areas of printing plates during exposure. to top
Early filmmakers created in-camera composites by covering part of the lens with a mask while filming, or placing a sheet of glass with a blacked-out area between the camera and the scene, to prevent a portion of the film from being exposed. The cameraman would then rewind the film, and shoot again with the mask removed and the previously exposed area covered, thus combining two images in one shot. In "The Playhouse," (1921), Buster Keaton used this method to put himself on-stage as nine different characters. A stationary matte marks off a static defined area; a travelling matte follows the silhouette of a moving character or object and changes shape from frame to frame. Digital compositing techniques have largely replaced this effect today.
Mask is the process used to prevent light from reaching part of an image, therefore isolating the remaining part.
A material, such as tape, paper or a strippable coating, used to prevent the application of paint to certain areas of, or around, a substrate.
A device used to deposit materials on a substrate in the desired pattern.
A chrome and glass pattern for a layer of the wafer used in the photolithography process for silicon device manufacture.
A material applied to enable selective etching, plating, or the application of solder to a PCB. Also called soldermask or resist.
Metallic stencil-type structure, used to apply solder paste or cream.
Graphic film applied to an awning to be used as a stencil for eradicating graphics.
In communications systems, to obscure, hide, or otherwise prevent information from being derived from a signal. Masking is usually the result of interaction with another signal, such as noise, static, jamming, or other forms of interference.
To hide parts of the stage from the audience.
To cover or hide a food completely with a sauce or flavoring ingredient.
A festive entertainment of dancing or other diversions, where all wear masks; a masquerade; hence, a revel; a frolic; a delusive show.
A person wearing a mask; a masker.
To take part as a masker in a masquerade.
a way of customizing blocks in SIMULINK to look a certain way
a technique for using the shape of one graphic object to crop or otherwise block out portions of another graphic object.
To block off a background or other area, so that the unmasked area can be printed, or worked on.
A binary value used to selectively screen out or let through certain bits in a data value. Masking is performed by using a logical operator (AND, OR, XOR, NOT) to combine the mask and the data value. For example, the mask 00111111, when used with the AND operator, removes (masks off) the two uppermost bits in a data value but does not affect the rest of the value. This is shown in the figure, which uses the data value 11010101. 11010101 Data Value AND 00111111 Mask ----------------------- 00010101 Resulting Value
Determines which bits are used for the network part of an IP address, as well as which bits are used for the node part of an IP address.
A pattern of bits or characters that controls the keeping, deleting, or testing of portions of another pattern of bits or characters. I, ANSI.
The lower lip of the larva of a dragon fly, modified so as to form a prehensile organ.
Mask is the calculating, mysterious god of shadows, thievery, and thieves in the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms setting. Ed Greenwood created Mask for his home Dungeons & Dragons game, loosely inspired by the Greek deity Hermes.
A skin care treatment that's left on the skin for a period of time in order to clean pores and slough off dead cells. Masks come in many formulas, including clay, moisturizing, peel-off, rub-off, and soothing.
a special treatment for your skin that you use just once or twice a week
a treatment product that is left on the skin for a period of time and can come in many different forms for cleansing and moisturizing
Mask (sometimes The Mask) is a 1985 album by the Greek artist Vangelis. It was the last album he produced while living in London, and also the last he produced for the Polydor label. It is in a somewhat dark mood and classical in style, although it branches into ethnic styles.
Mask is the second album by the British gothic rock band Bauhaus, released in 1981 (see 1981 in music) on Beggar's Banquet Records. The album cover is a drawing by Daniel Ash.
In a permanent fortification, a redoubt which protects the caponiere.
used during this period mostly by women to protect the complexion and preserve her incognito.
a cream that is applied to the foot, then dries (in minutes) and adheres to the spaces between the toes, protecting and healing
The colored spot on the base of the lip in miltonias.
A photo negative or positive used in the color separation process to color correct. Reference, PRINTING, mask.
In colour separation photography, an intermediate photographic negative or positive used in colour correction.
Keywords:  leitmotif, unsettling
an unsettling leitmotif
A dramatic performance, formerly in vogue, in which the actors wore masks and represented mythical or allegorical characters.
a single sequence of characters that describe multiple matching strings at once
a string made up of special characters which are used to validate data entry
a structure used in laser vision correction surgery to modify the light beam produced to refine the removal of surface tissue by the laser. Some machines use an internal constricting diaphragm as an internal mask, especially for treatment of myopia. Variable rotation of the masks is used to deal with astigmatism. Others use external masks made of metal, especially for the treatment of hyperopia. A third type of mask is applied onto the cornea and is destroyed or ablated by the laser light during treatment.
a monochrome version of the icon pic
In the Icon Editor, used to give an icon its highlighted appearance when it is selected. It is important for an icon to have a mask so you can tell the difference between selected and unselected icons as you work. See also creation mask.
The Mask is the picture directory of Walla Walla College. It takes the form of an annual print edition and an online edition which has been upgraded every year since 1996. The Mask contains students, faculty, and staff of the college and categorizes them by class standing, age, gender, favorite food, hobbies, social status, etc., allowing users to find both useful and silly information on their peers.
A device placed in front of a lens to reduce the horizontal or vertical size of the frame or to create a particular shape (for example, periscope eyepiece, binoculars, or gun-sight).
When comparing packet header infomration, portions of the search field may be eliminated because they may be the same for every address. This facilitates searching for a match to only the variable information. Masks can be redefined and reconfigured depending on the database being searched.
Keywords:  flank'rs, fling'n, spear, aim, improve
Used by Spear Fling'n Flank'rs to ?improve aim.
Keywords:  photomask, see
See: photomask
Keywords:  nose, chin, facial, temples, eyes
A skirted glass window constructed to provide air space between eyes and water and to permit both eyes to see in the same plane; a regular mask covers eyes and nose only; modern mask skirts are usually made of silicone rather than the older rubber ones.
a necessary means in nurses' work to shield their mouth and nose against dangerous factors and reduce the probability of infection
Facial coloring around the eyes and down the nose giving the dog the appearance of wearing a mask split mask - top half of face has mask, bottom half does not full mask - mask goes all the way down the nose
an essential tool of survival
a powerful psychological tool, and humans have used them for thousands of years, to escape, to transcend, and to become something else
a reflective tool, promotes creativity and artwork, and again prompts a safe way to express more unconscious thoughts and feelings about oneself
Keywords:  interline, subnet, input, see
See input mask.
See subnet mask.
See interline mask.
Keywords:  array, boolean, idle, massive, logical
a logical array the same shape as your array
(n.) A Boolean array or array-valued expression used to control where a data parallel operation has effect; the operation is only executed where array elements are true.
a user defined rectangular area that can be used to create split screen effects or to crop unwanted objects in a key
A physical device that completely obscures unwanted picture information and defines the intended picture area.
an effect that allows you to add more layers of color to your morph
a special layer that defines what is visible on the layer beneath it
A level of interconnect or via (through-holes) defining one layer of a die.
an arbitrary union of arbitrarily weighted angular regions bounded by arbitrary numbers of edges
A mask indicates that you feel insecure about a situation, but you should have more confidence in yourself.
Keywords:  datatype, constraint, format
a datatype format constraint
Pretending someone is someone else, often used with overly-familiar sex partners
Keywords:  perceptual, filter, see
(See “Perceptual Filter.”)
Keywords:  armored, shell
an armored shell
a good idea if you use it around the garden, just as it is with anything sprinkled or sprayed around the garden
Keywords:  rectangle, container
a rectangle contained within a container rectangle
Keywords:  crest, radar, screen, antenna, beams
A screen for a battery.
High ground in front of the antenna that blocks the transmitted radar beams. mask angle-- The vertical angle from the radar to the top of the mask, or screening crest.
a technique of creating sections, also called placeholders, in a field
a picture of where the holes are in the foreground
a way of keeping certain portions of a picture from being altered.
Clear plastic mask of the head made to hold the head and neck still. Worn during radiotherapy treatment.
a hexadecimal representation of a (set of) trace kind(s)
A natural or artificial obstruction that gives shelter form or interferes with observation or fire.
a comfortable, lightweight, low-maintenance alternative to more expensive respirators
Keywords:  flags, false, grid, true, land
True/false flags associated with a specific grid; e.g., a land mask.
Keywords:  cat, facial, marking
the facial marking of a cat.
Keywords:  underneath, something, window
a window to something underneath
In computer science, a mask is some data that, along with an operation, is used in order to extract information stored elsewhere.
Keywords:  alpha, rendered, six, segment, effects
an effects segment with an approximate running length of about six minutes
Information in the alpha channel of a graphic that determines how effects are rendered.
Keywords:  clipping, specify
Specify a clipping mask
Keywords:  uniform, symbol
a symbol for a uniform
The method, often changing according to the circumstance, with which human beings present themselves to others.
a personality trait that you create and project to the world
a set of conditions that is applied to each concept in a knowledge map as the concept is being considered for display
Keywords:  convention, personality
a convention for a personality
Keywords:  voice, extra, stand, way
a way to stand out and have an extra voice
a map that describes how the two materials should be blended together
a single data value that indicates the presence of a particular condition
Keywords:  equipment, piece, personal
a very personal piece of equipment
a technique of specifying how a value would display to the user
Keywords:  way, taking, another, period, time
a way of taking on another personality for a period of time