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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Using Bellissima, high-quality prints equivalent to 350-450 lpi are produced with unrivaled image reproduction and no color shifts on misregistration.
High squeegee pressure may also reduce the tension of the stencil foil, which could result in poor gasketing, misregistration and/or poor print definition.
But the abdication of responsibility and exposure to harm began long before that, in the banality of administrative misregistration and premature discharge at the hospital.
Voluntary patient movement, a potential source of image artifact by causing image misregistration, which leads to false ADC values.
Therefore, misregistration artifact, similar to that seen in MRI with patient motion, may be present when pectoral outlining is seen.
This will result in a low CADE value and indicate misregistration.
In ASL, misregistration resulting from motion between the control and labelled data can cause local or global changes in ASL signal not related to tissue perfusion [83-85].
In this work, in order to avoid the unexpected artifacts brought by misregistration for the deblurring step, we present that the deblurring step can be finished in advance before the registration step in the application of AO image fusion.
sup][15] Furthermore, respiratory-triggered DW-MRI was as effective as breath-hold DW-MRI in preventing misregistration, [sup][16] and the results of our previous studies demonstrated that the ADC values were similar, as was ADC data scattering, in both sequences.
While the on-board planning gave an intuitive and reasonable answer, the actual rover paths were not as expected due to misregistration between orbital data products and the rover's on-board GPS estimate.
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.