airlight

airlight

[′er‚līt]
(meteorology)
In determinations of visual range, light from sun and sky which is scattered into the eyes of an observer by atmospheric suspensoids (and, to slight extent, by air molecules) lying in the observer's cone of vision.
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Globally renowned for intelligent running gear systems, BPW will feature the new Airlight Heavy Duty suspension system on ECO Plus 3 hub.
1), J(x)t(x) is called the direct attenuation [11], which describes the scene radiance and its decay in the medium; A[1 -1 (x)] is called the airlight (atmospheric veiling) [11], and it results from previous scattered light and leads to a shift in scene color.
The light reflected from the object and ambient light in the medium, referred to as the airlight [3].
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7], where a frameworkis proposed in order to reduce the effect of glow in the original night time image, leading the original image to consist of direct transmission and airlight only.
Buechler believes the Comfort Airlight and the Prolite will sell out very quickly because they are so deeply discounted.
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A red-coloured Airlight 200 mountain bike was taken from the shed at The Birches as well as a red F-Gecco plastic fishing box containing equipment.
While it's twice as heavy as the Model 340 AirLight, the extra heft makes it far more controllable.