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orthogonal

Imaging
adjective An MRI term referring to a plane or section perpendicular to the XYZ co-ordinate system.
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From the well-known formulas for the Christoffel symbols of a surface of revolution, we deduce that Z is orthogonally Killing.
The rhabdoms are generally square in cross-section [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 6D OMITTED] and consist of orthogonally orientated layers of microvilli [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 6E OMITTED].
Figure 1(a) presents a dual polarized antenna structure on Rogers RO4003C laminate containing two pairs of orthogonally oriented dual fed Vivaldi radiators located on rectangular form.
Condition monitoring of journal bearing supported rotor systems usually relies on two orthogonally installed proximity sensors.
The sensor frame [x.sub.s][y.sub.s][z.sub.s] corresponds to the axes of three orthogonally mounted accelerometers/magnetometers.
In [4,5], two orthogonally polarized signals are separated at two different frequency bands.
In Study 2, we orthogonally manipulated status and power to examine the causal relationship between the power x status interaction and prosocial behavior.
It has a superior access technology for broadband wireless data network compared with traditional access technologies such as Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), due to the scalability, orthogonally and ability to take advantage of the frequency selectivity of the channel [16].
The presence of the deletion allele was orthogonally confirmed using a specific digital PCR assay that only amplified the deletion alleles for that DIP locus.
In [9], two PIFA are merged into a single unit to be orthogonally oriented toward each other to achieve better isolation.
The green arrow points to a black rectangular region, which, as a result of patient motion, has absent information (these images were formed by registering and merging orthogonally acquired volumes; at the intersection of motion artifacts in these orthogonal volumes, there is missing information).
where [I'.sub.[parallel]] and [l'.sub.[perpendicular to]] are the total intensity of outgoing light with the polarization of polarizers parallel or orthogonally intersected with each other, respectively.

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