The optimization is finally carri ed out by maximal matching the gradient
distribution of estimate to that of a prior face image.
Mean percentage of sperm motility in post-preparation of density gradient
procedure was 83.
Pairing two gradients
will create fascinating stripes that play off of each other.
It might be less than a mile, but make no mistake - this is the one of the toughest climbs in South Wales, with the gradient
hovering around 15% virtually all the way until it finally shows mercy in the last 200m.
In vehicle dynamics modelling, the road profile is generally treated in one of two ways; either the gradient
is a property that changes over a length scale far greater than that of the vehicle's wheelbase, or as a very detailed road surface model for determining the behaviour of vehicle suspensions.
Tenzer, 2013: Gravitational gradients
as a tool for probing the Earth's structure.
the means of the gradients
were compared against a criterion value of 4, the numerical value assigned to S+).
A high flow rate allows running short gradients
with relatively shallow gradient
slopes; the shallow slope is required to preserve selectivity between charge variants.
are often due to unwanted light sources such as light pollution, but there are many natural light sources that will introduce gradients
to your deep-sky images, including the zodiacal light, aurorae, and even natural airglow.
Many tissues form during development and healing processes at least in part due to gradients
of signals; gradients
of growth factors, gradients
of physical triggers.
Abstract In this study, gradient
acrylate latex particles were synthesized by gradient
Alternative views have suggested physical features are not necessarily the result of a specified number of proteins, but, rather, come from more complex interactions between multiple gradients
that work against one another.