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paraxial

(pă-raks -ee-ăl) Lying close to the optical axis of a lens, mirror, or system of such elements.

paraxial

[par′ak·sē·əl]
(science and technology)
Lying near the axis.
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The Fresnel-Fraunhofer transform presents a restriction inherited from the paraxial approximation performed on the Fresnel-Kirchhoff integral, where the condition [z.
La teoria de las ondas escalar se utiliza tradicionalmente para el efecto Talbot en el Emite paraxial, donde el patron de luz de una matriz de agujero periodico en z = 0 (la estructura inicial) puede ser representado por una onda escalar [PSI] y expandida en Fourier como una suma de ondas planas en la direction de propagation de la luz z > 0[3]ari :
Cranial Paraxial Mesoder: regionalisation of cell fate and impact on craniofacial development in mouse embryos.
The analyses of the wave equation with the standard paraxial form provide the matched spot radius [r.
I was making the paraxial connections I hitherto had not; for example, I was able to see that my use of the project method was not new, and that Willam Heard Kilpatrick had some suggestions that could improve my use.
It evokes the trope of memory as an essential device in the construction of narratives, and ruptures mundane time through the imposition of parallel timescales and paraxial space.
Optica fisiologica: modelo paraxial y compensacion optica del ojo.
Stromal swelling in the ventrolateral paraxial cornea was present with a visible break in the epithelium, and a subsequent 2-3-mm-diameter, superficial corneal ulcer, with a pinpoint white plaque, present in the center.
Somites are transient developmental structures and the derivatives of paraxial mesoderm which have an important role in organization of segmented pattern of vertebrate embryos (1).
Among the topics are electromagnetic waves in linear media, wave propagation across the interface of two homogeneous media, paraxial propagation of Gaussian beams, scalar and vector diffraction theories, and vector diffraction across a curved interface.
5,6) El mesenquima facial esta compuesto tanto por celulas de la cresta neural craneal (CCNC) como por celulas del mesodermo paraxial cefalico.