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Geology the horizontal extension of the upper beds in a series of rock strata beyond the lower beds, usually caused by submergence of the land

overlap

[′ō·vər‚lap]
(communications)
In teletypewriter practice, the selecting of another code group while the printing of a previously selected code group is taking place.
Amount by which the effective height of the scanning facsimile spot exceeds the nominal width of the scanning line.
(computer science)
To perform some or all of an operation concurrently with one or more other operations.
(geology)
Movement of an upcurrent part of a shore to a position extending seaward beyond a downcurrent part.
Extension of strata over or beyond older underlying rocks.
The horizontal component of separation measured parallel to the strike of a fault.
(metallurgy)
Projection of the weld metal beyond the bond at the toe of the weld.
Extension of one sheet over another in spot, seam, or projection welding.

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The amount by which one photograph includes the same area covered by another, customarily expressed as a percentage. The overlap between successive air photographs on a flight line is called forward overlap or ground overlap. The overlap between photographs in adjacent parallel flight lines is called lateral overlap or sidelap. The normal forward and side overlaps are 60% and 30%, respectively.
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4, we can know that the community overlap level impacts information propagation.
Most new models are designed to do well in the federal government's full width front crash test and in the IIHS' moderate overlap front test, but that is not a guarantee of good performance in the small overlap crash.
We determined home-range overlap by calculating the area of intersection for every raccoon dyad.
Therefore, while this approach, as intended, provided an accurate account of the number of unique serial titles in CINAHL and thus the number of titles that would be missed by only searching Scopus, it only roughly estimated the degree of overlap between these two sources.
e) If a boat obtained an inside overlap from clear astern and, from the time the overlap began, the outside boat has been unable to give mark-room, she is not required to give it.
Now, thanks to static control specialists Meech Intemational, packaging companies can not only ensure that the over-wrapping technique produces perfect seals but can save money by reducing the overlap to only 3-4mm.
The overlap between or among the select search engines is the set of results retrieved by each engine for a query and is represented by intersection (n).
Moreover, by electing not to arrange the essays in this section in strict chronological order, Wallace-Sanders creates a reading experience in which the essays thread back and forth between periods, exploring ideas that overlap rather than simply bump up against one another.
This study investigated the effects of the static radial force applied by ring debarker tips to frozen balsam fir logs, and tip path overlap on debarking quality.
Just as people don't always politely wait for a member of, say, another political party to finish a comment, birds in a fighting mood start singing prematurely to overlap the end of a rival's song.
The training program requirements for the subspecialty fellowships have recently been revised to minimize overlap with general otolaryngology, paring procedures such as tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy from the Pediatric Otolaryngology competencies and tympanoplasty and mastoidectomy from the Neurotology criteria.
The study described below was designed to explore the relationship or the degree of overlap between the PVI and other measures of communication skills that are typically collected by medical schools, primarily SP-based assessment in OSCE format.