Crossword clues for imaging
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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Image \Im"age\ ([i^]m"[asl]j; 48), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Imaged ([i^]m"[asl]jd; 48); p. pr. & vb. n. Imaging.]
To represent or form an image of; as, the still lake imaged the shore; the mirror imaged her figure. ``Shrines of imaged saints.''
To represent to the mental vision; to form a likeness of by the fancy or recollection; to imagine.
Condemn'd whole years in absence to deplore, And image charms he must behold no more.
n. 1 The technique or practice of creating images of otherwise invisible aspects of an object, especially of body parts. 2 The use of mental images to alter a person's perceptions or behaviors. vb. (present participle of image English)
n. the ability to form mental images of things or events; "he could still hear her in his imagination" [syn: imagination, imagery, mental imagery]
(medicine) obtaining pictures of the interior of the body [syn: tomography]
Imaging is the representation or reproduction of an object's form; especially a visual representation (i.e., the formation of an image).
Usage examples of "imaging".
Performing astrometric measurements of nearby stars, extrasolar planet detection, extrasolar planet imaging, and atmospheric spectroscopy.
General Gullick crooked a finger and Quinn hastened over to stand with him behind another operator whose screen showed a live satellite downlink, also with thermal imaging.
His full-coverage, dark-visored helmet incorporated a radio, a gyrostabilized laser designator, a thermal imaging camera and an image intensifier, with a visor screen for the projection of data from his video systems as well as computer graphics and aiming marks for his weapons.
By tagging a chemical, methylphenidate, that binds to the dopamine transporter - just like cocaine - and imaging it in her scanner, she has managed to measure the dopamine potential of cocaine users versus non-cocaine users.
Although the high price of the multichannel imaging machines has kept them from gaining widespread acceptance, in the long run they have the potential to reduce health-care costs substantially.
An employee was currently demonstrating and extolling the virtues of some sort of complex-looking, multitasking imaging unit to a customer.
He exhaled and glanced at the sonar display on the command console, flipping screens from the broadband to the narrowband processors to the acoustic daylight imaging.
If each soul has its own imaging faculty the images must in all cases be duplicated, since we cannot think that one faculty deals only with intellectual objects, and the other with objects of sense, a distinction which inevitably implies the co-existence in man of two life-principles utterly unrelated.
But if each of the two phases of the soul, as we have said, possesses memory, and memory is vested in the imaging faculty, there must be two such faculties.
The union with Poros, Possession, is designed to show that Matter does not attain to Reality, to Plenitude, but to some bare sufficiency--in point of fact to imaging skill.
Soon her monitors showed that data was starting to come in on hydrogen alpha emission, ultraviolet line spectra, ultraviolet and X-ray imaging, spectrography of the active regions, zodiacal light, spectroheliographs.
The high-energy proton spectrpmetry clusters flunked out, too, as did the gravimetric distortion mapping scanner, the fixed angle gamma frequency counter, the wide-angle EM radiation imaging scanner, the quark population analysis counter, the Z-range particulate spectrometry sensor, the low-frequency EM flux sensor, the localized subspace field stress sensor, the parametric subspace field stress sensor, the hydrogen-filter subspace flux scanner, the linear calibration subspace flux sensor, the variable band optical imagining cluster, the virtual aperture graviton flux spectrometer, the high-resolution graviton flux spectrometer, the very low energy graviton spin pola-rimeter, the passive imaging gamma interferometry sensor, the low-level imagining sensor, the virtual particle mapping camera, and even the life-form analysis instrument counter.
High definition, thermal imaging, overprinted with that data on elevations and distances.
Because it is painless, simple, and safe, it will replace other imaging techniques such as CAT scans and angiography and will become the standard procedure.
Because they involved simple transmission-ready photography instead of computer imaging and enhancement, the Tableaux could be mass-produced and commensurately priced, and for a brief time they helped ease the tension between the high cost of enhanced body-masking and the monstrous aesthetic pressures videophony exerted on callers, not to mention also providing employment for set-designers, photographers, airbrushers, and infomercial-level celebrities hard-pressed by the declining fortunes of broadcast television advertising.