graininess


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graininess

a fault in x-ray films in which there is clumping together of the silver particles in the emulsion, causing the image to lose its homogeneous appearance and to give an impression of lumpiness.
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c](T), then the time scale T has bounded graininess and if for all defective [lambda] [member of] [sigma] (A) the scalar equation (4.
We will use the following notation: given the quintuple (T, [sigma], [rho], [mu], v), where T denotes a time scale with jump functions, [sigma], [rho], and associated forward graininess f and backward graininess , its dual will be ([T.
Combine the remaining ingredients in a blender or food processor; puree until smooth without a trace of graininess, and serve with the salad.
For example, Montserrat Caballe's chest voice in a 1974 broadcast of I Vespri Siciliani "is pungent where needed and free of the ugly graininess that she sometimes has favored" (p.
The graininess at t is then defined by [rho](t) = [sigma](t) - t.
Rub a bit between your fingers to make sure there is no graininess.
I love tepanyaki and while the sauce was absolutely delicious, rich, spicy and sweet, the salmon was overcooked so the moistness of the flesh was replaced with graininess.
Despite a graininess in film quality, this video is valuable in its authentic view of the traits, characteristics, and practices of this vibrant community.
Other segments, such as "Matching skintone," "Matching picture graininess," "The perfect haircut," "Short back and sides," and "The problem of hair loss," take the reader through a wide number of other "head shot" facial and hirsute manipulations to match or change a portrait image for better or worse.
This causes graininess and inhomogenities in the product.