Here the discrepancy in height measurements between microCT and digital calliper can be explained by the observers' inability to accurately create a starting point by demarcating a single reference line
on the Collum mandibulae (neck of mandible) for both modalities of measurement.
To see the multifunctionality, two reference lines
were drawn, one of which lies between the plane of relative cost (133) and energy density (1000mWh.m-3 ) of a commercial supercapacitor.
The uppermost limit of the tumor in the cranial direction was determined and CC distance to the reference line
(CC_BT) was measured (Figure 1b).
For Holdaway line, normal value LL should touch the reference line
or line -1 to -2 mm.
Spatial separation between the measured point and reference line
is known as an Abbe offset .
This reference line
represents the interconnection of the tuberculum sella anteriorly with the diaphragm sella insertion point posteriorly.
The estimated reference lines
and sample windows are also shown in Fig.
Before compensation, the actual strains all stay below the reference line
in Figure 5.
TMs were divided into four regions: 20-40%, 40-60%, 60-80%, and 80-100% on the reference line
. They were carried in 4% PFA, followed by the esterase staining protocol.
The reference line
represents zero residuals between the predicted and actual values.
It can be seen that the gold market has significant volatility aggregation; that is, one large fluctuation of the return sequence during a certain period of time follows another fluctuation, among which, the left side of the reference line
is the parameter estimation sample, and the right side is the prediction training sample.
In regional and long-haul networks, WaveLogic Ai establishes 200G and 300G as the new reference line
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