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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Alparone, "A theoretical analysis of the effects of aliasing and misregistration on pansharpened imagery," IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, vol.
Third, misregistration could occur if a patient moves or breathes differently while undergoing unenhanced and contrast-enhanced CBCT and this could affect the diagnostic accuracy of the fusion images.
BT kullanilarak yapilan AD ile ilgili iki problem BT ve SPECT kesitlerinin fuzyonunun dogru yapilamamasi (misregistration) ve ek radyasyon maruziyetidir.
FS 3D_WATSc is an easy-to-apply and widely accepted sequence that does not require new data, know-how, and skills for post-processing in contrast with other cartilage imaging methods such as magnetization transfer imaging and does not contain matching errors such as "misregistration" (1, 5).
The fusion of PET and SPECT with computed tomography (CT) or MRI helps, but it requires additional hardware and is subject to misregistration artifacts.
Abstract: Misregistration of holes is the maximum amount of variation between the centerlines of all terminal pads within one plated through-hole in a PCB.
Bellissima DMS doesn't suffer from colorshifts when any misregistration occurs.
Using Bellissima, high-quality prints equivalent to 350-450 lpi are produced with unrivaled image reproduction and no color shifts on misregistration. Utilizing fixed palette inks the screening delivers smooth flat tints and moire free prints.
Nevertheless, misregistration was not a big problem as errors on the order of 0.3 mm were insufficient to cause ambiguity when matching tumors between cryo- and MRI volumes.
This pattern helps us to reduce the misregistration artefact that may be introduced during image subtraction, and the remaining motion artefact can be further reduced during preprocessing via coregistration.
Conwell, "A new technique to systematicallyminimize misregistration introduced errors in cardiac perfusion studies with attenuation correction," in Proceedings of 2012 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference Record (IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record), B.