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    Normalized Device Coordinate System

    Device-independent two-dimensional or three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system whose coordinates are in the range 0 to 1. Normalized device coordinates are used in defining views of objects. In particular, they are used for specifying viewports, image transformation, and input from stroke and locator devices.

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