ALE aligns and merges similar images from a digitizing device (such as a digital camera or scanner) into a single image. This produces a relatively alias-free image (sometimes called "anti-aliasing"). The correct similarity between images is roughly that achieved by a somewhat unsteady hand holding a digital camera.
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