Modularity

Manovich (2001) uses the term ‘modularity’ to define this affordance of new media.

According to Manovich’s findings modularity refers to the notion of digital media content being made up of independent parts that can be divided into small pieces, which may remain separate.

As we know that Quantization as a process of converting a continuous range of values into a finite range of discreet values, discrete nature of the environment just like the its distributive language make the representations also discrete. The series that will be seen as an end products have multiple attitudes.

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