normal orientation

normal orientation

[′nȯr·məl ‚ȯr·ē·ən′tā·shən]
(computer science)
In optical character recognition, that determinate position which indicates that the line elements of an inputted source document appear parallel with the document's leading edge.
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Normal orientation behavior returned only when he shielded the birds from electromagnetic noise with aluminum screens grounded by connection to the equivalent of a lightning rod.
The type D explants were inoculated the radicle side portion of the cotyledonary ring portion in contact with the medium such as normal orientation (NO).
On March 8, 2011, the 34-year-old Voyager 1 spacecraft did the deep space equivalent of a gymnastics routine at the Olympics as it rolled 70 degrees counterclockwise from its normal orientation and held the position by spinning gyroscopes for two hours and 33 minutes.
Conservatism is--over the long run of history--the normal orientation of government, which is meant to conserve the constitution, the political identity of a community, so that the people can go about their business.
5 years demonstrated normal appearing chondrocytes, high glycosaminoglycan (GAG) content, normal orientation of chondrocytes and matrix elements, and matrix integration between the hyaline and the fibrocartilage.
Yulia admitted: "They are our boyfriends, they are ordinary guys with a normal orientation.
Upon his arrival, Lyle was plunged immediately into the challenge of this special issue, and had no chance for a normal orientation.
By messing with the normal orientation of things that any Joe could assemble at home, Meadows's witty constructions consider just how little needs to be done to a given item to release its sculptural potential.
In general, Sykes and Matza put forth the idea that both delinquents and non-delinquents are oriented in similar ways, but on occasion delinquents are able to escape their normal orientation and neutralize certain behaviors that ordinarily would be considered negative.
The unusual positron signature seen by Fermi suggests that the normal orientation for an electric field associated with a lightning storm is somehow reversed, Briggs said.
Notice that the proposed method does not need to accurately determine position of random points, only needs to attain the normal orientations.