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secondly, the proposed method should use ADPLS method mainly to be fast and robust when the zero level set evolves in the intensity homogeneity area and use LBF model mainly to segment image accurately when the zero level set evolves near the objective boundary.
The LBF, while clearing Mouttahed fans of involvement in the clashes, also decided to ban "Riyadi fans from attending Game 4 in Tripoli [on Saturday]" in order to send a message of accountability to the club.
Also in the new M Series are four tabletop testing systems: the 1/M, 2/M, 4/M, and 4/M, and 4/ML load frames offering load ranges of 5 kN (1125 lbf) to 20 kN (4500 lbf).
The LR5K Plus (5 kN, 1,100 lbf.) and LR10K Plus (10 kN, 2,200 lbf.) machines are said to provide a stable platform to test materials and products in the laboratory or on the production floor.
Lab personnel use the 2,000 lbf. (10 kN) capacity MHT for tensile testing injection-molded specimens and bar samples cut from actual finished goods.
LBF will pay a distribution of USD0.0450 per share; DHG will pay USD0.0890 per share; KHI disclosed USD0.0600 per share; KMM will pay USD0.0550 per share; KTF's distribution is USD0.0700 per share; KST will pay USD0.0775 per share; and KSM declared a distribution of USD0.0770 per share.
Four benchtop models are described, featuring capacities up to 50 kN (11,250 lbf.).
LBF will pay a distribution of USD0.0450 per share, DHG will pay USD0.0890 per share, KHI's distribution amount is USD0.0600, KMM will pay USD0.0550 per share, KTF disclosed a payment of USD0.0700 per share, KST will pay USD0.0775 per share and KSM will pay a distribution of USD0.0770 per share.
They are available in five models which provide capacities from 5kN (1,125 lbf.) to 100 kN (22,500 lbf.) and can test robber, plastics, textiles and a range of other materials.
The TCM Series consists of two force testers offering fast and effective force testing up to 350 lbf (1500 N) at an affordable price.
The test frames are available in three force capacities: 110 lbf (500 N), 330lbf (1500 N) and 550 lbf (2500 N), and in two travel lengths: 20 inches (508 mm) or 30 inches (760 mm).
Fraunhofer ILT has developed a new ultra-precise, non-contact ablative process, known as Laser Beam Figuring (LBF), which uses a pulsed C[O.sub.2] laser to perform ablations of less than 5nm on surfaces of almost any shape, and is both faster and more accurate than either IBF or MRF.