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blurring

[′blər·iŋ]
(mathematics)
An operation that decreases the value of the membership function of a fuzzy set if it is greater than 0.5, and increases it if it is less than 0.5.
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However, images that are clearly frozen in time and those that extend time and imply motion through blur are simply different forms of photographic expression.
Blur released their first single, She's So High, in 1990, and their debut album Leisure charted at number seven.
And in July he plays T In The Park with a reformed Blur - nine years after he fell out with lead singer Damon Albarn.
Blur last played Newcastle on December 2, 1997, with a gig at the Arena, following the release of their self-titled fifth studio album.
With this upper copy selected, I go to the Blur filter, select Radial Blur, and then choose the blur method of Spin with best quality.
The line between coated and uncoated is likely to blur even more.
Damon said: "Blur is like a family with one brother no-one talks to.
Away from the football pitch,much has changed in the world of music since Blur's last foray on Merseyside.
Other effects such as Zoom Blur (to imitate motion blur) and Lens Distortion help PhotoImpact 7 in its bid to challenge Adobe Photoshop.
The ASA upheld a complaint last February after the Coventry-based Jaguar company produced an advert headed 'Suddenly weekends are a blur again'.
Isherwood chronicled his life extensively in both fiction and memoirs, to the point where the two started to blur. One section has been missing, though: the period right after World War II, when he stopped keeping his diary.
Everything is a blur, but at least I can make out shapes and forms.