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All of the resources in this guide are free to the Lehigh University community. All links work on campus; where needed, off campus links are provided (login with your Lehigh user ID/password). You can also use AnyConnect, the Lehigh VPN system, for seamless access. Links change without warning. If you have difficulty accessing any service, please contact me.
Fig. 9. Percentages of error pixels for each frame of a dynamic animation sequence.
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