zero layer

zero layer

[′zir·ō ‚lā·ər]
(oceanography)
A reference level in the ocean, at which horizontal motion is at a minimum.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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They come with two 3.7 Volt batteries and a wall charger--the batteries last up to four hours on a single charge--and, of course, feature Volt's patented Zero Layer Heat System for superior heat transfer.
The jacket and vest are made with four-way-stretch polyester shells for quiet mobility and have safe, durable 7-volt Zero Layer Heat System heating elements in the middle of the back and on both sides of the chest.
By many experiments it was discovered that ideal (sufficient) structure for multilayer feed-forward neural network is 5 neurons in input layer (zero layer), 10 neurons in hidden layer and 1 output neuron.
Typical applications include nitride etch, contact/via etch, photoresist descum, LOCOS nitride etch, zero layer etch, backside etch, isotropic oxide etch, non-critical polysilicon etch and titanium/tantalum alloy etch.
Its patented Zero Layer heating technology allows users to manage their thermal comfort regardless of the temperature.
Also on the downside, it's surprising how one-dimensional Jackson Storm is, who's a very simplistic antagonist with zero layers, delivering one condescending line after another to Lightning.