combined frame

combined frame

A doorframe having fixed panes of glass flanking one or both sides of the door.
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[27] combined frame differencing with a scale invariant feature detector to detect the moving object in various environments.
The estimated parameters are: stations positions [X.sup.i.sub.c] expressed in epoch [t.sub.0] and appropriate velocities related to the combined frame c, transformation parameters [T.sub.k], [R.sub.k], [D.sub.k] and their rates [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] between combined frame c and individual frame k.
Each combined frame Gib-Guided press weighs about 500 metric tons.
The two attachment points consist of a small black stainless torx-head cross screw and captive nut at the top of the frame behind the fixed-notch rear sight, and a larger torx-head attachment screw at the lower front of the combined frame assemblies, which serves both to attach the aluminum cylinder frame to the polymer lower frame and to hold the crane/cylinder assembly into the cylinder frame.
The aim is to build, by the 2020-2025 time-frame, a completely digitized brigade-sized land unit, able to intervene rapidly and effectively in every possible operational scenario, in an integrated, joint, and combined frame. The digitized brigade will be network-centric capable and completely interoperable with similar units of allied armies.
A typical set of combined frames from a nebula imaged with S II, H[alpha] and O III filters will generally feature significantly more signal strength in the H[alpha] stack than in S II and O III.

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