bar pattern

bar pattern

[′bär ‚pad·ərn]
(electronics)
Pattern of repeating lines or bars on a television screen.
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Thus a bar pattern of the above polymers may be formed and irradiated with a pattern of electron beams and read by a radiation detector.
The bar pattern is largely worn on the heel of these particular shoes.
The bar pattern in this puzzle has four-way symmetry; that is, the pattern remains the same no matter which side is up.
He estimates that the bar pattern rotates around the galactic center once every 120 million years, compared to the Sun's galactic orbital period of about 220 million years.
If it fails this time, the printer overstrikes it with an aggressive bar pattern, making it obvious that the label is not good.
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First, they abandoned the square and bar patterns that others thought might be important features in the receptive fields, adopting instead a set of abstract grid patterns called Walsh functions (see illustration).