imaging model

imaging model

A set of rules for representing images.
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For example, during your visit Eureka Dental Group takes both physical impressions of your teeth and do a computer imaging model, so you're getting the best fit and look possible.
This can result in a best practice imaging model that can be of significant help in positioning the HDO for value-based reimbursement changes that are coming its way.
The time-lapse phase contrast microscopy image can be decently approximated by a linear imaging model, given by
At the top end, the 1198c Side Imaging model, with 10 1/2-inch screen, sells for about $2,799.
Xin, "Microwave-induced thermoacoustic imaging model for potential breast cancer detection," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol.
Anastasio, "An imaging model incorporating ultrasonic transducer properties for three-dimensional optoacoustic tomography", IEEE Trans.
Because PGML is based on the same imaging model as Adobe PostScript language and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), few changes to existing applications are required to make them PGML authoring packages.
To complicate matters a bit more, Adobe's Display PostScript--the font imaging model you and Apple have rejected--has won significant support among workstation vendors, particularly those who target document-creation and publishing markets.
Monotype Imaging's PDL imaging model is based on Advanced Raster Technology, developed internally.
This sophisticated imaging model enables the visualisation of normal peripheral cells that have taken up circulating GBM-derived EVs and allows for subsequent tracking of the recruitment of these cells to the tumour.
A virtual aperture imaging model is developed, based on which the AR is calculated in the image-domain instead of the echo-domain to deal with the case of multiple trihedra.
Code-named "Vertigo," the product promises to be the first interactive authoring application built on "Bravo," Adobe's new imaging model that integrates high-fidelity images, line art, and text for the World Wide Web and desktop platforms.

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