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image processing

Any of the computer-aided improvements in a radiological image to highlight some of its features and/or improve its contrast or definition.
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A Composite image is formed by randomly combining at least four images and a single question related to it.
The new, higher resolution composite image of Earth at night was released at a news conference at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco.
which features Aimi Eguchi along with a few other AKB48 members in the commercial for its product ''Ice no Mi'' (Fruit of Ice), on Monday confirmed that she is a composite image of six members of the group.
org, which is taken from an image Risinger produced of the entire night sky made up of a composite image of more than 37,000 exposures taken in different locations all over the world.
The composite image has been put together over the past decade from more than seven million 2.
The photo, part of a composite image of four, is carried along with the message of the President, Prime Minister, defence minister, navy chief, the western naval command chief, and the governor of Maharashtra.
This smart imaging stitching tool enables every pixel to be transferred to a composite image complete with its own radiometric data.
The composite image (see below) features the spectacle of stellar evolution: from vibrant regions of star birth, to young hot stars, to old cool stars, to seething remnants of stellar death called black holes.
They have also released a composite image created from CCTV pictures of the man calling himself Peter, who is believed to be Mr Arshad's last known customer.
The ability to view a composite image of the entire scanned area serves a number of purposes, including verification that there were no faults in the filter paper itself.
If the subject is moving, Anti Motion Blur mode also superimposes six frames to produce one composite image with less subject blur.
Rachel Hidderley, Christie's director and co-head of 20th Century British Art said previously: "Manchester City vs Sheffield United is from a small and important group of paintings in which Lowry records an actual event rather than a composite image of different locations or impressions.