Artifact or artefact may refer to:

* Artifact (archaeology), any object made or modified by a human culture, and later recovered by an archaeological endeavor
* Artefact (band) black metal band from France
* Artifact (band), a band from Norway
* Artifact (error), an error or misrepresentation introduced by a technique and/or technology
* Artifact (fantasy), in the fantasy genre, is usually a magical object so powerful that it cannot be duplicated or destroyed by ordinary means
* Artifact (medical imaging), misrepresentations of tissue structures seen in medical images
* Artifact (observational), any perceived distortion or other data error caused by the instrument of observation
* Artifact (software development), one of many kinds of tangible byproduct produced during the development of software
* The Artifact (Eureka), a fictional object appearing in the TV series "Eureka"
*Compression artifact, data compression artifact in computer science, resulting from lossy data compression
*Cultural artifact, a human-made object which gives information about the culture of its creator and users
*Digital artifact, a visible defect in a digital photo or video picture
*Iatrogenic artifact, a medical problem created by medical treatment
*Social artifact, a product of individuals or groups (social beings) or of their social behavior
*Sonic artifact, in sound and music production, sonic material that is accidental or unwanted, resulting from the editing of another sound
*Virtual artifact, objects in the digital environment
*Project artifact, documented outputs and work products specific to a project implementation

ee also

* Artifacts
* Different spellings and connotations for "artefact" or "artifact"

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  • artifact — ARTIFÁCT s. n. obiect primitiv făcut de mâna omului. (< engl. artifact) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • Artifact — Ar ti*fact, n. [L. ars, artis, art + facere, factum, to make.] 1. (Arch[ae]ol.) A product of human workmanship; applied esp. to the simpler products of aboriginal art as distinguished from natural objects. Syn: artefact. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • artifact — artifact. См. артефакт. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …   Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • Artifact — Artifact. См. Артефакт. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …   Словарь металлургических терминов

  • artifact — (n.) 1821, artefact, anything made by human art, from It. artefatto, from L. arte by skill (ablative of ars art; see ART (Cf. art) (n.)) + factum thing made, from facere to make, do (see FACTITIOUS (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • artifact — product, *work, production, opus …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • artifact — (Brit. artefact) ► NOUN ▪ a functional or decorative man made object. ORIGIN from Latin arte using art + factum something made …   English terms dictionary

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  • artifact — 1. Anything, especially in a histologic specimen or a graphic record, that is caused by the technique used and not reflecting the original specimen or experiment. 2. A skin lesion produced or perpetuated by self inflicted action, as in dermatitis …   Medical dictionary

  • artifact — artefact; n. 1) (in radiography) an appearance on an image reflecting a problem with the radiographic technique rather than representing the true appearance of the patient. For example, a movement artifact is blurring of the image due to movement …   The new mediacal dictionary

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