(1) The loss of quality when copying or printing data. The more copies are used, rather than originals, and saved the higher the quality loss.
(2) In video terminology it is video degradation caused by successive recordings from the original source (dubs from dubs). Generation loss also results from analog duplication of original video recording.
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