curvature correction

curvature correction

[′kər·və·chər kə′rek·shən]
(astronomy)
A correction applied to the mean of a series of observations on a star or planet to take account of the divergence of the apparent path of the star or planet from a straight line.
(geodesy)
The correction applied in some geodetic work to take account of the divergence of the surface of the earth (spheroid) from a plane.
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The determination of curvature correction function in milling deformation model
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The ADR36x family of micropower precision band gap voltage references uses a patented temperature drift curvature correction technique that provides a stable output voltage from a minimum supply of 300 mV above the output.
The detector features two rotary knobs for easy adjustments and trigonometric flaw location calculations with curvature correction.
This section examines and quantifies the errors associated with using Taylor series approximations for the range curvature correction.
today announced a research breakthrough in algorithmic curvature correction from 2D images.
Book Curvature Correction, Finger and Frame Masking, Centering and Center Erase
Abstract: We use curvature correction and high-numerical-aperture imaging to demonstrate a soft-x-ray diffraction microscope with 70-90 nm resolution using two tabletop coherent sources.
This set offers surgeons an advanced means of achieving controlled curvature correction, which can lead to better outcomes for scoliosis patients.
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