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concealment

n. ~ 1. Law · The failure to disclose something, either passively, by not declaring what is known about the thing, or actively, by hiding the thing or hindering its discovery. - 2. Imaging · The use of interpolation to supply an approximation of missing or questionable data in an image.

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An example of concealment2 is a process that fills in information between scan lines in a television picture to produce a smoother image.