sharpening technique

shar·pen·ing tech·nique

(shahrpĕn-ing tek-nēk)
Procedure used to maintain the sharpness of a cutting edge on an instrument that is used for scaling. There are two versions: stationary and moving techniques.
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Osher and Rudin introduced a novel image sharpening technique called the shock filter (SF) [11], which is based on a modification of the nonlinear Burgers' equation and simulates the shock wave calculation in the computational fluid mechanics [25].
A method for improving the efficiency of digital filters using filter sharpening technique has been presented in [1].
If you get our American Handgunner TV DVD (see the full page add in this issue) you'll find this is the exact stone used to do the handy "Two-Quarters" sharpening technique. It actually works as advertised and even I can put a good quality edge on a knife now.
Extrusion Dies Industries will show new specialized coatings for film and sheet dies, including a sharpening technique for tungsten carbide coatings on BOPET dies and a corrosion resistant ceramic coating for use with PVC.
The best sales pitch is to demonstrate the correct sharpening technique. Keep a sharpening stone or set of ceramic rods on the countertop as an invitation to Visitors to see, stop, talk about and buy a sharpener - or a new knife.
You can't always match blade angles with jigs, so if you want an exact match, use the traditional sharpening technique with a sharpening stone.
Each layer in which high-pass filtering is applied needs to be changed from Normal mode to Overlay in the Layers palette in order to achieve the benefits of this sharpening technique.
You will also learn sharpening techniques to maintain the edge of your new knife.
Twelve chapters are: managing photos using the organizer; processing your images using camera raw; how to resize and crop photos; using quick, guided, and expert editing; working with layers; fixing common problems; selection techniques; retouching portraits; removing unwanted objects; special effects for photographers; sharpening techniques; printing, color management, and my elements 12 workflow.
Hu-Friedy states the cards are available in extra fine, fine and medium grits, and are used with the same sharpening techniques as traditional sharpening stones; no oil is necessary for lubrication during sharpening procedures as the cards can be used dry or, if preferred, with water.
These images are so free of noise that aggressive sharpening techniques can be applied to reveal details only hinted at in the best images of the film era.