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Striation

In numismatics, small lines on the surface of a coin, sometimes only visible with magnification. Striation may be caused by polishing the die that struck the coin.
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In other words, it measures intensity pattern repeatability, like striations. Feature 12 is a histogram-based feature, measuring the mean intensity amplitude of the image.
Consider the diagnosis even in unusual sites such as the iliac bones if linear striations of cortical bone are evident.
Surface metrology is a diverse field of study potentially suited for the quantitative analysis of saw kerf wall striations. Broadly, surface metrology is the study of measuring the deviations in the convoluted plane that is a surface (Gambino et al.
After using the striations to determine the wavelength of this "global vibration," the scientists were able to determine the true shape of this gas cloud.
sp., and with little aperture and without subsutural striations. Such is the case of G.
Elongated striations with deep diamond-shaped etch marks that are characteristic of prisms, reaching 20 - 50 [micro]m in size, are shown on the right.
Tire marks sometimes exhibit striations. In the absence of braking or partial braking, yawing tires are simultaneously rolling and sliding which creates striation marks that run at an angle to the direction of the tire mark.
This method of subdividing the stream and generating striations leads to highly efficient and repeatable mixing with minimal pressure loss.
The Moderno flatweave design is made of hand-spun wool with tonal striations and starts at $795 for a 5-by-7.