image force

image force

[′im·ij ‚fȯrs]
(electricity)
The electrostatic force on a charge in the neighborhood of a conductor, which may be thought of as the attraction to the charge's electric image.
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Urban policy power mainly includes three aspects: the city's decision-making power, the executive power and the government's image; City development it is a comprehensive system, including the development of city economy, enterprise development, social development and city brand competitiveness of city on the basis of the formation of the city's comprehensive competitiveness; Urban cultural power mainly from the perspective of urban cultural capital accumulation and operation, in order to enhance the cultural connotation of the city image; The city image force mainly includes the city brand management, the city environment cognition and the city image design and so on.
TV marketers, meanwhile, say that the limitations of a single static image force them to hold back on providing detailed tune-in information that can clutter the message and be difficult to digest by consumers passing by in cars.
A machine learning algorithm has been incorporated to include prior knowledge about the imaging domain of kidney biopsies within the customizable snake model and generate an image force field evaluating textural image features.
Crowell, "Effects of image force and tunneling on current transport in metal-semiconductor (Schottky barrier) contacts," Solid State Electronics, vol.13, no.
The image force exerted by ITO proximity and the thermally assisted tunneling through the barrier lowers the effective barrier height.
Those fringes are typically a patchwork of cheap, ill-planned suburban housing, warehouses, overpasses, and littered ground, which the camera and scale of the image force incongruously into the dramatic sweep and grandeur of the traditional landscapist's distant prospect.
Miskovic, "Image force on a charged projectile moving over a two-dimensional strongly coupled Yukawa system," Physical Review E, vol.
In both cases the ideality factors are deviated from the unity which can be related to current mechanism of the structure, barrier height inhomogeneity, recombination-generation, series resistance and image force levering which is voltage dependent, and/or an interface oxide layer [22].
The power of the image forces a conversation, one that may not be easy, but one that is necessary.
The precision of the image forces attention to certain cosmetic details like Gerald Finley's blue contact lenses.
The ambivalence experienced upon engaging with the TDK image forces us to reconsider the traditional view of advertising as a site of identification or desire.