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three-dimensional

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Of or pert. to three dimensions.

three-dimensional 

Pertaining to depth perception or the illusion of depth (e.g. a perspective drawing).
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Three-dimensionally printed models can aid in teaching gross examination of specimens to anatomic pathology residents and biomedical scientists.
The presented quantum-coherent left-handed atomic vapor that can exhibit high gain for overcoming the losses has four advantages (they can also be viewed as four fascinating characteristics): i) the produced LHM is three-dimensionally isotropic, and can have a potential application to superlens for perfect imaging, ii) the present left-handed atomic vapor would have a negative refractive index at visible and infrared wavelengths (compared with the negative refractive index of artificial metamaterials at microwave frequencies), iii) such a quantum-coherent medium can be a low-loss, or loss-free and active optical negativeindex material, and iv) the negative refractive index can be quantumcoherently manipulated.
In this paper, for a general arrangement of sensor positions based on the iterative method, we propose a simple examination method using a random number, and show two examples applied to the cases where the sensor network cannot enclose a monitoring region three-dimensionally due to respective monitoring restrictions.
For optimal process operation, the temperature needs to be controlled and monitored accurately and fast, as well as three-dimensionally at multiple pre-set levels within the reactor catalyst filling.
Each rotary basket can contour three-dimensionally to match the ground.
The ability to visualize surfaces three-dimensionally, with high resolution and in true color, and also allows precise measurement of 3D microstructures as well as roughness determination with high quality.
The site contains thousands of exquisite three-dimensionally preserved fossils dating back to 565 million years ago--the world's oldest examples of Ediacaran life forms.
The microscope visualizes surfaces three-dimensionally, with high resolution and in true color, and also allows precise measurement of 3D microstructures as well as roughness determination with high quality.
The landscape around Alston has been three-dimensionally radar-mapped, and sites of particular potential interest will now be subjected to detailed ground survey.
Scientists in the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) Laboratory of Bioengineering and Physical Science have developed a new technique that allows researchers to visualize fine details of cell structure three-dimensionally in thick sections, thus providing greater insight into how cells are organized and how they function.
uses a simple weighted gel bal (an inexpensive floor mat is also recommended) and features movements designed to three-dimensionally sculpt one's abdomen.