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two-dimensional

1. of, having, or relating to two dimensions, usually describable in terms of length and breadth or length and height
2. lying on a plane; having an area but not enclosing any volume
3. (of painting or drawing) lacking the characteristics of form or depth
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With parallel processing, a row of detectors is scanned through an angular segment, as shown in Figure 4.2, to provide two-dimensional area coverage.
A weak one, for instance, is "Shadows and Shapes." The basic idea of relating shadows of three-dimensional objects to colored two-dimensional representations of the same objects is good.
Using Eq A.4, one can easily obtain the modified DC in Eq A.2 for the case of the two-dimensional flow approximation.
Details about two-dimensional data matrix symbology are contained in literature from International Data Matrix, Inc., 28050 U.S.
The Principle of Two-Dimensional Maximum Between-Class Variance (Otsu) and Its Improvement
A) Two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiography revealing dilated right atrium and ventricle, atrial septal defect and a membrane at the left atrium, B, C) Two-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography confirming cor triatriatum sinister and atrial septal defect, D) Three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography revealing a single opening on the fibromuscular membrane.
While photolithography can create intricate patterns on a two-dimensional surface by adding or removing thin layers, "it is difficult and expensive to use it to make a three-dimensional structure," says Lee.
The MicroMegas (MicroMesh Gaseous Structure) detector concept developed at the European laboratory, CERN [3], is used to convert charged particles to an electron shower that is subsequently detected on one-dimensional wire strip arrays or on two-dimensional pixels.
Fawcett Trophy (individual two-dimensional artwork, under-18s) - Jake Jones; The Junior Art Shield (best overall entry, under- 16s) - Timothy Pratt; The Age Concern Plate (artwork, pre-school to under- 7s) - Olivia Price; The Cawthorne Cup (murals, under-15s) - Stockingford Junior School; The Inner Wheel Club of Bedworth Junior Photography Trophy (photography, under-18s) - Kelly Leese; The Senior Francis L.
A hinged "door," constructed from a white metal beach chair laid over a more abstract grill mesh, operated graphically--a two-dimensional sculpture.
Chinese painters rely heavily on line to present outer edges, thus giving form to the work, while the inner surfaces are softly colored to create two-dimensional images.
What the work also reveals is the extent to which the two-dimensional image has replaced, for some architects and critics, the making of building as the ultimate act of architecture.

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