Find a Ghost image download images for your creative needs, desktop wallpaper or Android device. Ghost (an acronym for general hardware-oriented system transfer) is a disk cloning and backup tool originally developed by Murray Haszard in 1995 for Binary Research. The technology was acquired in 1998 by Symantec.
The backup and recovery functionality has been replaced by Symantec System Recovery (SSR), although the Ghost imaging technology is still actively developed and is available as part of Symantec Ghost Solution Suite.Ghost image may refer to:
Ghosting (television), a television signal problem resulting in an offset replica of a transmitted image in an analogue broadcast
Screen burn-in or image persistence
Afterimage, an optical illusion of an image continuing to appear in one's vision after the exposure has ceased
An image of a ghost
Spirit photography, an attempt to capture an image of a ghost
Ghost imaging (also called "coincidence imaging", "two-photon imaging" or "correlated-photon imaging") is a technique that produces an image of an object by combining information from two light detectors: a conventional, multi-pixel detector that doesn't view the object, and a single-pixel (bucket) detector that does view the object. Two techniques have been demonstrated. A quantum method uses a source of pairs of entangled photons, each pair shared between the two detectors, while a classical method uses a pair of correlated coherent beams without exploiting entanglement. Both approaches may be understood within the framework of a single theory.
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