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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As most of you know, over 75 percent of the lands within this Pershing county are administered by the federal government and much of that land is in a checkerboard pattern.
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.
3) The stimulus is a high contrast checkerboard pattern which changes while the overall luminance remains constant.
One potential technique discussed by Valve's Alex Vandros involves using a checkerboard pattern to reduce the detail level and save bandwidth in VR.
Score the surface with your knife to make an evenly spaced checkerboard pattern.
A down-to-the-studs renovation includes custom-finished wood floors, an unexpectedly spacious, loft-style family room/media lounge upstairs, and a narrow but lengthy private terrace where she's installed glammy, high-gloss black-and-white marble tiles in a formal checkerboard pattern.
The traces captured inside its imprecise borders seem like a vibrating checkerboard pattern.
The theoretical models for this behaviour describes charges lining up in either parallel lines or a well-ordered checkerboard pattern but until now it has been impossible to discern one from the other at the experimental level.
Subjects were placed in front of a video monitor displaying black and white checkerboard pattern.
The brown-and-white checkerboard pattern on the cabinet adds playful touch.
Fibers are aligned into ultrathin flat weaves, then interlaced to form a checkerboard pattern to give it a smoother surface, or less crimp, with fewer openings in the weave.