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The `` conventional '' image of a particular time and place is not necessarily congruent with the image of the facts as established over the years by scholarly and scientific research.
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A word taken in its dictionary meaning, a photographic image of a recognizable object, the mere picturing of a `` scene '' tends to lose experiential vividness and to connote such conventional abstractions as to invite neutral reception without the incitement of value feelings.
While " distortion " can include arbitrary deformation of an image, the most pronounced modes of distortion produced by conventional imaging optics is " barrel distortion ", in which the center of the image is magnified more than the perimeter ( figure 7a ).
In the SEM image of an ant shown at right, the image was constructed from signals produced by a secondary electron detector, the normal or conventional imaging mode in most SEMs.
Scanning electron microscopes operating in conventional high-vacuum mode usually image conductive specimens ; therefore non-conductive materials require conductive coating ( gold / palladium alloy, carbon, osmium, etc.
Before the Mariner 4 spacecraft arrived at Mars in July 1965 and dispelled some of the more exotic theories about the planet, the conventional image of Mars was shaped by the observations of the astronomers Giovanni Schiaparelli and Percival Lowell.
Leatherface has gained a reputation as a significant character in the horror genre, responsible for establishing the use of conventional tools as murder weapons and the image of a large, silent killer devoid of personality.
Single-channel works are much closer to the conventional idea of television: a video is screened, projected or shown as a single image, Installation works involve either an environment, several distinct pieces of video presented separately, or any combination of video with traditional media such as sculpture.
This gave a wider aspect ratio of 1. 5: 1 versus the conventional 1. 37: 1 Academy ratio, and a much larger image area.
In the process of rendering linear raw data to conventional RGB data ( e. g. for storage into JPEG image format ), color space transformations and rendering transformations will be performed.
Salomé is often called one of the first art films to be made in the U. S. The highly stylized costumes, exaggerated acting ( even for the period ), minimal sets, and absence of all but the most necessary props make for a screen image much more focused on atmosphere and on conveying a sense of the characters ' individual heightened desires than on conventional plot development.
Ueda commented that he purposely tried to distance Ico from conventional video games due to the negative image that video games were receiving at that time, in order to draw more people to the title.
* The Duplex Corporation creates a Split Duplex, an early widescreen film format where the film image is rotated 90 degrees and occupies half of a conventional frame.
RCA was included in this group ; on 5 February 1940 they demonstrated a system using three conventional tubes combined to form a single image on a plate of glass, but the image was too dim to be useful.
Spain's Remedios Amaya presented a song which was a stark departure from pop tastes and conventional perception of melody and harmony as it was a flamenco one, a style traditionally tied with the international image of Spain.
With silver retention, the silver leached out during conventional film processing is rebonded to the print, thus greatly increasing luminosity in the light portions of the image and the density of the dark tones.
" Elsewhere in his writings, he described the conventional image of a Creator, " as purely a manufactured article as any puppet of a half-penny theater.
For example, in conventional photographs, distances are accurate in the center of the image, with the distortion of measurements increasing the farther you get from the center.
An array of these emitters can be placed around a target item to be scanned and the images from each emitter can be assembled by computer software to provide a 3-dimensional image of the target in a fraction of the time it takes using a conventional X-ray device.
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Glass in particular has recently turned to conventional orchestras in works like the Concerto for Cello and Orchestra and the Violin Concerto No. 2.
) However descriptions of particular languages may use different conventional symbols to represent the phonemes of those languages.
As the name suggests, pseudocode generally does not actually obey the syntax rules of any particular language ; there is no systematic standard form, although any particular writer will generally borrow style and syntax ; for example, control structures from some conventional programming language.
Psychohistory derives many of its concepts from areas that are perceived to be ignored by conventional historians as shaping factors of human history, in particular, the effects of childbirth, parenting practice, and child abuse.
DeMause and others have argued that psychohistory is a separate field of scholarly inquiry with its own particular methods, objectives and theories, which set it apart from conventional historical analysis and anthropology.
Statites might also employ their sails to change the shape or velocity of more conventional orbits, depending upon the purpose of the particular statite.
Paul Schmidt adapted the text from the works of Lewis Carroll ( Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, in particular ), with songs by Waits and Kathleen Brennan presented as intersections with the text rather than as expansions of the story, as would be the case in conventional musical theater.
The academics responsible for reviewing his work were concerned about the unconventional nature of his major thesis ; Henri Gouhier, one of the reviewers, noted that it was not a conventional work of history, making sweeping generalisations without sufficient particular argument, and that Foucault clearly " thinks in allegories ".
The bassist, in a modal context, is not required to ' walk ' from one important chord tone to that of another in order to make each chord change sound, in the same way required in conventional bebop or hard bop compositions ; rather, he or she is free to improvise bass lines that may highlight or emphasize particular scale degrees within a specific mode ( e. g., a bass line that is constructed to highlight the 6th degree during a Dorian chord ).
In modal jazz, with its lack of conventional bop chord changes, the soloist can create interest by exploring the particular mode in rhythmically and melodically varied ways.
| Symbolism || || Applied use of symbols: iconic representations that carry particular conventional meanings.
Applications for jetboats include most activities where conventional propellers are also used, but in particular passenger ferry services, coastguard and police patrol, navy and military, adventure tourism ( which is becoming increasingly popular around the globe ), pilot boat operations, surf rescue, farming, fishing, exploration, pleasure boating, and other water activities where motor boats are used.
Typical antipsychotics ( sometimes referred to as first generation antipsychotics, conventional antipsychotics, classical neuroleptics, traditional antipsychotics, or major tranquilizers ) are a class of antipsychotic drugs first developed in the 1950s and used to treat psychosis ( in particular, schizophrenia ).
Agroecologists study a variety of agroecosystems, and the field of agroecology is not associated with any one particular method of farming, whether it be organic, integrated, or conventional ; intensive or extensive.
It is important to note that in the conventional use of reification, the subject of the reification triples is assumed to identify a particular instance of a triple in a particular RDF document, rather than some arbitrary triple having the same subject, predicate, and object.
( see mechanical filter ) In particular, quartz crystals can exhibit mechanical resonances with a very high Q factor ( from 10, 000 to 100, 000 and greater — far higher than conventional resonators built from inductors and capacitors ).
It contradicts mainstream Egyptology by proposing a major revision of the conventional chronology of ancient Egypt, in particular by redating Egyptian kings of the 19th through 25th Dynasties, lowering conventional dates up to 350 years.
With little respect for unity of action or conventional novel structure, his brightest books, such as Lorrequer, O ' Malley and Tom Burke, are in fact little more than recitals of scenes in the life of a particular " hero ", unconnected by any continuous intrigue.
As missi became a conventional part of court machinery, missus ad hoc came to signify missi sent out for some particular purpose.
While some may have been informed in a conventional manner in a particular field, they may choose to inform themselves in other, often unrelated areas.