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depth

Nautical the distance from the top of a ship's keel to the top of a particular deck
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Depth

The extent, measurement or distance from top to bottom (downward) or from front to back (inward), or an element consisting of several layers.
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depth

[depth]
(naval architecture)
The vertical distance amidships from the upper surface of the flat plate keel to the underside of the plating of a specified deck at ship's side.
(oceanography)
The vertical distance from a specified sea level to the sea floor.
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depth

Depth refers to a numerical amount or to distance. See bit depth, color depth and depth of field.
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[USPRwire, Mon Jul 29 2019] A depth gauge is a measurement device used to accurately measure the depth of cavities, holes or recesses, grooves or other type of openings.
[ClickPress, Mon Jul 29 2019] A depth gauge is a measurement device used to accurately measure the depth of cavities, holes or recesses, grooves or other type of openings.
This is the familiar cinema and documentary view of how depth charges were used against the U-boat menace.
They combine spoon and plug (crankbait) to create a lure that dives to a prescribed depth at a range of speeds.
The up-sampled depth map can be obtained by conventional image super resolution, which directly convolves a low-resolution (LR) image with an interpolation kernel to obtain a target high-resolution (HR) image.
Results suggested a good relationship of source-sink for P remobilization and translocation at shallow showing depth and sowing seeds at 2 cm depth could results in better source P utilization and healthy crop stand for sustainable agriculture.
Boyles, a former classroom teacher and professor of reading, consultant, and author, uses the framework from Norman Webb's Depth of Knowledge to show how to help K-8 students achieve greater Depth of Knowledge in literacy.
We employed a forward modeling method to accurately analyze the relationship between depth and radius of object and long and short axis of hyperbolic imaging.
The Effect of the Micropit Depth on the Oil Film Loading Carrying Capacity
In Section 2, the related works about sparse-to-dense depth propagation for 2D-to-3D conversion are reviewed.
(2)); however, there is considerable variability within regions and by depth (Echave et al., 2012; Head et al., 2014).