interferometry

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in·ter·fer·o·me·try

(in'tĕr-fĕr-om'ĕ-trē),
Measurement of minute distances or movements by interaction of waves of electromagnetic energy.
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Axial length is best measured by laser inferometry and the Zeiss IOLMaster has become the gold standard.
To this end, KEF has frequently been on the cusp of new design technologies: laser inferometry, breakthroughs in driver design and materials, and more recently, in the use of finite element analysis to improve its designs.
As detailed in a GTI report (GRI-99/0096), interpretations of satellite radar data of three sites along a Northwest Pipeline Corporation natural gas line showed that the technique--called satellite radar inferometry --could provide a less expensive means of determining significant slope motion risks.