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corresponding point

The point in the retina of each eye that, when stimulated simultaneously, results in a single visual sensation.
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The changes in the equivalent strain at the selected bone-implant interface points for the 6 mm diameter implant screw did not vary significantly from that in the corresponding points in the un-implanted spine in most cases, while for the 5 mm diameter screw the variation was significant (63.33% as compared to 3.33% insignificant cases; Table 1).
where (x',y') is the corresponding point after perspective projection transformation on key point P.
Corresponding Point on Years of Experience = CPOYOE (ranges from +5 for each year)
As a result, the accuracy is decreased when finding the corresponding point to estimate the optical flow.
In such an unconstrained setting without markers, we just know that a surface point estimated by the optical sensor belongs to some corresponding point of the surface in the voxel image captured for definition of the 3D planning volume.
It could be obtained by writing the coordinates of one set of feature points into a corresponding point cloud file.
In the absence of noise and other deformation, the rotation and displacement between two fingerprint images can be completely determined using two corresponding point pairs [18].
"Working and massaging congested or 'crunchy' points found in the feet, can help release tension and pain in the corresponding point in the body, which can help rebalance you," says Sharon.
Gasoline stocks at refineries, tank farms and blending terminals amounted to 243 million barrels last week, up from 229 million barrels at the corresponding point in 2015.
According to the ONS, government borrowing for the current tax year to January 2016 from April 2015 was GBP66.5bn, GBP10.6bn lower than the corresponding point in the prior 12 month period.
Step 2: Pinch the fabric at the midpoint of the shirt's shoulder, find its corresponding point at the bottom of the shirt, and pull it taut.
The problem solution is based on the combined use of projective geometric method of pattern recognition and the fuzzy set theory, which allows for a quantitative assessment of the state parameters current value [G.sub.q]([A.sub.2](t)) to each of the state classes at the corresponding point belonging to the intersection region [B.sub.2i].