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image space

[′im·ij ‚spās]
(optics)
The region of space where real or virtual images are formed by an optical system.
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Second, dispositions, in other words, are "implicit formulas for how to reconstruct maps in the image space" (109); therefore, the contents of the image space are accessible consciously while in the dispositional space "the contents of dispositions are always unconscious.
This can best be illustrated by the currently commissioned HU excellence cluster project Matters of Activity: Image Space Matter.
This situation is illustrated in Figure 1, where we have shown three transform modals [M.sub.1], [M.sub.2], and [M.sub.3] in the image space. [M.sub.1] contains a positive pair (query and Gallery) enclosed in green rectangles for which a metric is learned, while there are two more pairs lying in modals [M.sub.2] and [M.sub.3], respectively.
Secondly the star coordinates of the first FOV are transformed into the image space system of the second FOV.
However, because all these methods rely on reconstructions in image space, they have to provide a sufficient number of good-quality images during IR in order to allow for subsequent T1 fitting.
(2) [sup.P][T.sub.V] is the transformation matrix from the 3D image space to patient space.
contains the distortion-free coordinates of image space point, i, or the distortion-free projection of point I in the frame of camera [c.sub.k], where ([mathematical expression not reproducible]) are the observed or distorted image coordinates for point i; ([mathematical expression not reproducible]) is the principal point offset; [mathematical expression not reproducible] is the principal distance; and ([mathematical expression not reproducible]) are the image space distortions for point i.
In the training stage of the proposed PCA algorithm, an image space was produced that was further used for the classification purpose.
In the equation, x,y, and z are the coordinates of source and target images where T is image transformation function that maps the source image features into the corresponding target image space. In the registration process, the coordinates of source image is transformed to the corresponding coordinates of target image iteratively.
It identifies the subspace of the image space spanned by the training face image data and decorrelates the pixel values.
Relative orientation is the process of recovering the position and orientation of one image with the other in an individual image space coordinate system (Labe & Forstner, 2006), which is a classic topic in satellite photogrammetry, computer vision, and 3D model reconstruction.
If the image space is bounded, then the band is infinite, only an infinite number of samplers to get all spectrums so as to completely recover the entire space bounded image.