specular reflection


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specular reflection

a reflection from a smooth surface, such as a mirror. In ultrasonography, such reflections are from smooth surfaces such as organ walls.
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illumination problems) thus the different lighting conditions, the various shiny parts due to specular reflection are corrected up to a certain degree so that the final classification can contain the least amount of errors as possible.
In a previous work, it was shown that specular reflection can be modeled on the basis of a convex mirror model because the human cornea has a convex shape and its surface is reflective and uniform [23].
The horizontal axis Z is the direction of specular reflection.
The lens with diameter 80MM and focal length 150MM gathers the light, dispersed by the sample within 10[degrees] from the direction of specular reflection, and focuses it on a think round plate made from mate glass, placed in the center of rectangular screen.
Specular reflection from a surface inclined to the south, but horizontal in the E-W sense would be expected 11.
In a ground reflection range, the specular reflection from the ground is used to obtain uniform amplitude and phase distribution over the AUT (see Figure 5).
Unlike rectangular chambers, the specular reflection from the sidewalls is being used to create the plane-wave behavior in the QZ area.
The company determined these particles should have minimal light absorption, high total transmission of light, light diffusion, scattered reflection and minimal specular reflection, such as fumed aluminum and Nylon 12.
The shape of that feature, known as a specular reflection, is characteristic of a smooth, liquid surface of hydrocarbon, Campbell's team reports in an upcoming Science.
A specular reflection cancellation (SRC) circuit operates in conjunction with AGC to eliminate reading errors caused by highly reflective backgrounds.