Superimposition


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Superimposition

Placing one classical order above another; generally placing the simpler orders at the bottom and the increasingly ornate orders above.
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Rapid-form 2002, a reverse modeling software, was used to perform reconstruction and superimposition. 3D models were superimposed using the palate to measure various tooth movements.
Superimposition is done on the mandibular plane, and the VTO is moved forward until the original sella and the VTO sella are in a vertical relation.
This study proposes an image superimposition method using laser scan and CBCT images to improve the surgical template interfacial fitting adaption problem.
where [MFGA.sub.burst] is the MFGA predicted through the burst superimposition method used in this study.
Structures not affected by metal artifacts during the superimposition process were coded in red, while the image artifacts caused by metal accessories were coded in yellow, green and blue.
This change produced an enormous amount of debate and research in the legal, constitutional, economic, political, and social fields: the profile of institutional change highlighted in this essay is related to how institutional changes of that level are, almost by definition, introducing some degree of superimposition of values and legal hybridisation.
In keeping with Stewart's claims, superimposition is one of the primary principles underlying the methods of recollection encapsulated in Benjamin's concept of similarity.
Because of the superimposition of the different speeds that each pianist is playing, a huge cloud of sound is created.
Key elements of the optical system include the beam path design with its maximum optical precision and the uncompromising concentration on the essentials, the beam combiner system for extremely accurate beam coupling and superimposition, the beam splitter with continuous and loss-free splitting of the light spectrum and, last but not least, the extremely stable pinhole.
It is also possible to obtain the information in real time from manufacturing field by superimposition of virtual objects to real scene(Ong et al., 2004; Wolfgang, 2004).
More successful was the occasional superimposition of words and music on a scrim, with the intensity subtly shifting between the two to focus the opera's debate in visual terms.
Methods currently employed in forensic facial comparison include comparative measurement from facial images ("photogrammetric approach"), anthroscopy (qualitative examination of facial features), and image superimposition.