normal adjustment

normal adjustment

[′nȯr·məl ə′jəs·mənt]
(optics)
Property of an image formed by an optical system whose viewing position is similar to that of the object, such as an image at infinity formed by a telescope or an image at the viewer's near point formed by a microscope.
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He said the town would not have to raise its water rate, which it recently did "as a normal adjustment.
Among their topics are an online monitoring system for micro-hole drilling based on rough set fuzzy control, the effect of input shaping on actuator effort of inertial plants, a new algorithm for the normal adjustment of point cloud, calibration methods of a planar parallel robot, high-performance heat-insulated coating fabric and its production technology, the effect of process parameters on strain rates in laser shock forming, the effect of carbon nano-tubes on the properties of natural rubber composites, and analyzing yarn tension in a typical carpet tufting equipment system.
I found some of the older CT techs wanted to lower the MA and raise the kV (a normal adjustment in conventional X-ray before digital) but that distorted many of the images so radiologists did not allow lowering the MA without their permission.
I think actually this should not be seen as something extraordinary, this is part of the normal adjustment process.
This is an interesting step as it points to steps beyond the normal adjustment of the target rate and recurring lending facilities the ECB has stuck with in the past - steps that both the UK and US took before they dropped rates to near-zero.
On the basis of the clinical interview participants were classified as having mild depression, major depression or normal adjustment.
The linemen must also use their normal adjustment calls to either get help or free up a teammate assigned a double-team.
Individuals with congenital forms of blindness might experience normal adjustment reactions to the experience of being blind.
481(a) adjustment period that are generally less favorable than the normal adjustment rules.
The most recent softening in some of the economic data reflected at least in part a normal adjustment to unusual, weather-related strength at the start of the year and thus did not provide a firm basis for concluding that more than a pause, such as often occurs during an expansion, might be involved.
The final consideration is subject to a normal adjustment of net working capital.