misregistration

misregistration

[‚mis‚rej·ə′strā·shən]
(computer science)
In character recognition, the improper state of appearance of a character, line, or document, on site in a character reader, with respect to a real or imaginary horizontal baseline.
(graphic arts)
Improper alignment of register marks in matching overlays on a page or in matching the front of a type page to the back.
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Helios and Apollo can deal with a range of faults such as color variations, streaks, low contrast defects as hazing or scumming, misregistration, spots, splashes and more.
One challenge of f-MDCT is misregistration secondary to respiration or other motion.
Table 1 also gives the percentage of misregistration and the mean and standard deviation of registration errors of all successful registrations.
The impact of misregistration upon composited wide field of viewsatellite data and implications for change detection, Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on 38: 2017-2032.
On MRI, fat constituents create a so-called "chemical shift" artifact due to misregistration of the signal in the frequency-encoded direction.
In a way, Zago's misregistration is closer to something we might expect from an artist, a pointed and formally imaginative critical commentary in the spirit of Matta-Clark.
Among them: solder bridging, insufficient solder, missing solder, and print misregistration (FIGURE 1).
A sampling of paper topics includes automation of toll gate and vehicle tracking, nonlinear message expansion for hash function, image stitching of scenes with large misregistration, and robust fuzzy optimization.
It improves web control and print quality by reducing uneven paper pulling, which can lead to sheet walking, wrinkles, jams and misregistration.