range table

range table

[′rānj ‚tā·bəl]
(ordnance)
Prepared table that gives elevations corresponding to ranges for a gun or other weapon, under various conditions; part of a firing table.
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The traditional PVD steganography techniques follow a static range table. Due to this, the pixel difference histogram of the stego-image becomes zig-zag in nature.
The traditional PVD steganography techniques follow a static range table. Due to this some undesired steps are introduced in pixel difference histograms of the stego images.
The range table of cutting force F and surface roughness Ra were shown in Table 5 and 6, and the trend chart was shown in Fig.
ft., accommodates a variety of patients, including bariatric, with an open access, 75 cm bore and a standard 1.8 meter scannable range table that provides a 500 lb.
To see if I could do the proverbial "read a newspaper from a 100 yards away" thing with it, I turned the Dominator all the way up to Max Blast, set it on the range table and walked 100 measured yards to the backstop.
The pixel-value differencing (PVD) [1] scheme provides high imperceptibility to the stego image by selecting two consecutive pixels and designs a quantization range table to determine the payload by the difference value between the consecutive pixels.
Using the mil-dot formula, a range table can be formulated where the known size of the target object is compared to the number of mils subtended.
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The popular mil-dot reticle requires you to know the size of the target so you can use the scope's milliradian dots to formulate a range table and then the distance to target.
There were smiles all-around by the end of the day and the little guns were resting on the range table, still breathing heavily from the exertions of the day.