visibility function

visibility function

[‚viz·ə′bil·əd·ē ‚fəŋk·shən]
(astronomy)
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The number of steps in the visibility function corresponds to the number of nodes used to store visibility information on a per-pixel level during the render stage.
j](t) collected by the pair of antennas i and j, the so-called visibility function or spatial frequency [V.
Each complex correlation is a sample of the visibility function which, in the ideal case, is the spatial Fourier transform of the brightness temperature distribution [6].
The background cancellation method for the visibility function samples could be given as:
Based on Van-Cittert-Zernike Theorem [2], visibility function could be approximated by the spatial Fourier transform of the brightness temperature within the field of view (FOV).
The Ellacoya solution's network visibility function is being used for capacity planning and traffic analysis; providing visibility into aggregate traffic and specific application usage on both a real-time and historic basis.
The visibility function should be formulated as a vector due to the fact that the visibilities lie naturally in random locations for the circular arrays.
The digital signal processing subsystem is used to calculate the visibility function samples and reconstruct the millimeter-wave image in real-time.
Initially the school district used the LANShield visibility function and malware controls, and then the district implemented simple access control policies.
The same also applies to internal glazing where blinds and curtains are used for separation and visibility functions.
Their role is a far different one than the often high visibility functions performed by our diplomats, but one that can nevertheless have far-reaching consequences because of its direct interaction with the citizens of another country.
The nGenius Performance Management Solution for service providers, which includes the new MPLS VRF visibility functions, is available now.