integrated reflection

integrated reflection

[′int·ə‚grād·əd ri′flek·shən]
(physics)
The intensity of a beam of x-rays or neutrons reflected from a given atomic plane of a crystal, integrated over a small range of angles about the general direction of the beam.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Figure 5(b) shows the measured integrated reflection at different incident angles.
The present study aimed to develop a QUS method using a pulse-echo technique to extract five parameters: apparent integrated backscatter (AIB), frequency slope of apparent backscatter (FSAB), time slope of apparent backscatter (TSAB), integrated reflection coefficient (IRC), and frequency slope of integrated reflection (FSIR) by processing ultrasonic backscattered and reflection echoes to characterize cortical and trabecular bone from healthy bone diaphyses of Wistar rats in vivo.
Pearson's correlation between surface bone density, the integrated reflection coefficient (IRC; A) and frequency slope of integrated reflection (FSIR; B) for three experiments.
Even our medical colleagues envy the way we have integrated reflection into our clinical practice and our professional portfolios.
Tension between the instructional and assessment communities, as well the pejorative connotations that "teaching to the test" entails, the writer concludes, will continue so long as testing and assessment are seen as something quite apart from instruction and learning, rather than an integrated reflection of what was intentionally taught, and advocates for linkage of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and standards in a more generative and even transparent way.
Selection of the final entry allows for a more fully developed and integrated reflection process by the student.
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