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Both are image order algorithms used in computer graphics to render three dimensional scenes to two dimensional screens by following rays of light from the eye of the observer to a light source.
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Both I and my feelings come up out of a chain of events that fan out into the past into sources that are ultimately very unlike the entity which I now am.
Both allowances are governed by conditions and restrictions set forth in detail in the state's Travel Regulations.
Both of these systems are essential for the production, development, and use of the National Forests.
Both the photocathode and the image plane of such an electrode configuration are curved concave as seen from the anode aperture.
Both man and wife should be aware of the fact that a lack of climax, and even the absence of the anticipated keen pleasure are not a sign that the wife may be cold or frigid.
Both are primarily concerned with the uses that can be made of the material that the collector has found.
Both Miss Garson and her oilman-rancher husband are active supporters of Boys Clubs of America and patrons of the vivid art and opera colony that flourishes in New Mexico.
Both are 6 feet tall and weigh between 195 and 200 pounds, but Mantle, incredibly muscular ( he has a 17-1/2-inch neck ), looks bigger.
Both these types, and those in between, are in existence by reason of a legislative interest in libraries that began at Albany as early as 1950, with the creation by the legislature of county library systems financed by county governments with matching funds from the state.
Both are members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, the African Union and other multilateral organizations.
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Both the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church define sin more or less as a " macula ", a spiritual stain or uncleanliness that constitutes damage to man's image and likeness of God.
Both of these terms became outmoded in the late 20th century except in specialist usage, as most fax machines now use the digital ITU-T fax standards, which encode the image digitally over a QAM-modulated signal.
Both his memory and image are frequently invoked by the Kuomintang, which is unable to base their electoral campaign on Chiang's successor, President and KMT Chairman Lee Teng-hui because of Lee's support of Taiwan for Taiwanese.
Both digital camera images and scanned film images are usually adjusted in image processing software to improve the image in some way.
Both the disc and the disc tray feature — as described by Chris Morris — an " image reflective of the mania displayed by the group's fans.
Both the leadership and supporters of the Reform Party realized that major changes had to be made in order to shed the party's image as a western-based protest party.
* Both offer a variable number of image tiles to increase compression effectiveness over the deep space channel.
Both skeptics and proponents tend to have very entrenched positions on the cause of formation of the shroud image, ( at times pitting science versus divine formation ) which has made dialogue very difficult.
Both of these offerings reflected the company's strategy to shed its " economy car " image and appeal to a more youthful, performance-oriented market.
Both the aspect ratio and coverage of field are important factors in defining a true panoramic image.
Both authors speak of seven arrows, placed before the image, which were cast for divination, in cases of death, virginity and marriage.
Both full beards and goatees are allowed, as long as they profer a professional, non-eccentric image.
Both sides of the Great Seal feature an image of the harp surrounded by the words " SAORSTÁT ÉIREANN " in Gaelic script.
Both the grille design and the Wide Track phrase remained part of Pontiac's image up to its termination.
Both featured a three-sided, hot wire " bent-glass " rear window ( image ) and, on the XSR, electric t-tops which slid inwards at the touch of a button.
Quebral ( in Jamias, 1997 ) for her part provided an expounded definition of development communication, calling it as “ the art and science of human communication applied to the speedy transformation of a country and the mass of its people from poverty to a dynamic state of economic growth that makes possible greater social equality and the larger fulfilment of the human potential .” Both definitions complement each other and bolster development communication ’ s image as a principled and critical way of doing communication in service to the people.
Both beams recombine at point C ' to produce an interference pattern ( assuming proper alignment ) visible to the observer at point E. To the observer at point E, the effects observed would be the same as those produced by placing surfaces A and B ' ( the image of B on the surface M ) on top of each other.
Both video and photographic film capture a series of frames ( still images ) in rapid succession ; however, television systems read the captured image by serially scanning the image sensor by lines ( rows ).