remasking

remasking

[rēmas′king]
in digital fluoroscopy, the production of one or more additional mask images if the first is inadequate because of patient motion, noise, or other factors. See also mask image.
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Quickly remasking, you watch via the UAV's sensors as the Hellfire impacts the target.
His enforced remasking at the poem's end is presumably intended to signal the contrast between the spiritualized love he bestowed upon the King when sighted and the physical love, tending towards procreation, he must generate in his new partnership with Venus.
Postprocessing techniques such as remasking and pixel shifting have been used to acquire motionless DSA images, but misregistration artifacts caused by motion of the diaphragm still occur during the early phase of hepatic DSA.
ESDdoctor is just what the name implies - a fast and trustworthy cure for ESD challenges or problems that would otherwise slow up the completion of a design, causing critical market introduction delays and expensive rework and remasking," said Koen Verhaege, Senior Director of Sarnoff's Integrated Circuit Systems & Services Business Unit and Executive Director of Sarnoff Europe.