surface map

surface map

[′sər·fəs ‚map]
(meteorology)
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"We present the first two-dimensional surface map of Earth reconstructed from light curve observations without any assumptions of its spectral properties," the scientists said in a (http://astrobiology.com/2019/08/earth-as-an-exoplanet-a-two-dimensional-alien-map.html) statement .
We can exemplify the use of disembedding through the partial analysis of a surface map by an imaginary meteorologist.
Figure 2 shows the concept of our work--a NN being shown a beam shape, which it then uses to predict how the 3D surface map of a machined sample would look.
Finally, a cost surface map was created by querying and analyzing the determined weight values for all factors, and the MSWLS selection process was performed.
Then next section shows the road map stitching result and the registration of the road surface map to Google Map.
The goal of the proposed framework is to acknowledge the dynamic depth and 3 -D model from the surface map. Depth data is generated by the depth sensor (IR projector and camera) as info and deliver a refined depth map as yield.
PSU research elsewhere has shown how hot cities get during a heat wave by providing a "temperature surface map," Shandas said.
Catalyst projects green and red light onto the patient to generate a 3D surface map of the area to be treated, giving instant feedback on the patient's position and highlighting if adjustments need to be made.
Special note to G1000 users: Garmin does not depict Class E surface areas on the G1000 surface map out of concern for making the map too cluttered.
Capable of geospatial positioning, the robots can pinpoint a location 1,000 to 2,000 metres underground on a surface map within two centimetres of accuracy.
"Together, these cells could form the basis of determining heading direction and position according to a brain representation of a magnetic Earth surface map," he said.

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