checkerboard pattern

checkerboard pattern

A term referring to the normal interspersing of dark (type I) and light (type II) skeletal muscle fibres, a pattern that develops by the 30th foetal week and is directly controlled by the CNS.
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Sub-microscopic slices of the two metals, arranged in a checkerboard pattern, act as tastebuds in the team's tiny taster.
Women-on-the-go can throw on relaxed separates, including trousers, a blouse and a dress, in a graphic checkerboard pattern to run errands, catch up with friends at a coffee shop or even dance the night away.
By platting private and public land in a checkerboard pattern, states hoped to attract industry and settlement.
James Wade, the district's acquisitions manager, said a checkerboard pattern can emerge when some homeowners decide to do repairs and stay in their homes, while others participate in a buyout program.
By bringing a commonsense approach to land development, this legislation will help move Pershing County away from a complicated checkerboard pattern that placed limits on economic innovation, said Heller.
"If the system detects a bar code whose quality does not meet the required grade standard, the printer overstrikes the entire label with a checkerboard pattern and then reprints a new one," Edwards continues.
In the test, the TVs were therefore made to display a checkerboard pattern for deep black and very bright white values for longer periods of time.
Camera calibration includes collecting a sequence of images of a planar checkerboard pattern. The intrinsic camera calibration is derived by estimating the parameters using the perspective camera model [19].
In the paper "An Efficient Calibration Method for a Stereo Camera System with Heterogeneous Lenses Using an Embedded Checkerboard Pattern," P.
Eclipse Screen Systems are entirely "seamless" - allowing the guest to be close to the surface with no visible evidence of the typical perf panel checkerboard pattern caused by dust collection, butt joints and panel color variances.
The design of the matting is said to be unique to EMS, and consists of an aluminum extrusion with the rubber infill arranged in a checkerboard pattern. The design is said to provide maximum grip in any direction, hence the name Multi-Track.
(3) The stimulus is a high contrast checkerboard pattern which changes while the overall luminance remains constant.