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Fast A-Buffer Algorithm Using OpenGL 4.0: GeeXLab


A- Buffer

What is an A-buffer? In its simplest form, an A-buffer is a memory buffer that stores a list of fragments per pixel. A Z-buffer stores only the nearest fragment for each pixel while an A-buffer can store several fragments for each pixel.

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