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Supplementary material
, 2012
"... This supplementary material has five sections. The first shows the Snell’s window height is not a factor in our design and can be chosen arbitrarily (if a lenslet is present, it must at least cover the lenslet). The second discusses, in terms of lightfields, the types of optics that allow distant sc ..."
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value we choose. 1.1 Lenslet in a Snell’s window as in the paper In Figure 1 we show the setup as in the paper. Our approach is to derive an equation for the value of the exterior angle ω in terms of the exterior unrefracted angles in the design. We show this equation is identical in the next section
Local algorithms in exterior tomography
, 2004
"... Exterior tomographic data are taken over lines outside a central region, and such data occur in the industrial nondestructive evaluation of large objects such as rockets. We explain, using microlocal analysis, which singularities are well reconstructed from exterior data, and we explain how this phe ..."
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and to limited angle exterior data. The algorithm is tested on industrial data from Perceptics, Inc. © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Reconnection and energetic particles at the edge of the exterior cusp
 Ann. Geophys
"... Abstract. In this paper we study flux transfer events (FTE) observed at the postnoon edge of the exterior cusp region by Cluster satellites. During the outbound dayside orbit on 2 February 2003, intense bursts of energetic particles were observed in close conjuction with magnetic field FTE signatu ..."
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tures by the RAPID instrument onboard the Cluster 4. The pitchangle distribution of the particles showed that the enhancements consist of particles flowing antiparallel to the magnetosheath field lines away from the expected reconnection site to the exterior cusp. At the same time Cluster 3 observed enhancements
APERTURE ANGLE ANALYSIS FOR ELLIPSOIDS
 ELA
, 2013
"... Let Ω ⊆ Rn be a compact convex set and x be a point in the exterior of Ω. The aperture angle of x relative to Ω is defined as the maximal angle of the smallest closed convex cone that contains Ω − x. This note provides an explicit formula, based on eigenvalues of symmetric matrices, for the apertur ..."
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Let Ω ⊆ Rn be a compact convex set and x be a point in the exterior of Ω. The aperture angle of x relative to Ω is defined as the maximal angle of the smallest closed convex cone that contains Ω − x. This note provides an explicit formula, based on eigenvalues of symmetric matrices
Minimum Enclosures with Specified Angles
, 1994
"... Given a convex polygon P , an menvelope is a convex msided polygon that contains P . Given any convex polygon P , and any sequence of m 3 angles A = hff 1 ; ff 2 ; : : : ; ff m i, we consider the problem of computing the minimum area menvelope for P whose counterclockwise sequence of exterior an ..."
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Given a convex polygon P , an menvelope is a convex msided polygon that contains P . Given any convex polygon P , and any sequence of m 3 angles A = hff 1 ; ff 2 ; : : : ; ff m i, we consider the problem of computing the minimum area menvelope for P whose counterclockwise sequence of exterior
Study of attosecond delays using perturbation diagrams and exterior complex scaling
"... We describe in detail how attosecond delays in laserassisted photoionization can be computed using perturbation theory based on twophoton matrix elements. Special emphasis is laid on abovethreshold ionization, where the electron interacts with an infrared field after photoionization by an extreme ..."
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depends on both detection angle of the photoelectron and energy of the probe photon. ar
o, f) Exterior Orientation: Rotation + Translation of Camera: R and tRigid body transformation:
"... Toe: angle between projection of axle on horizontal plane and a perpendicular to thrust line. Caster: angle in side elevation between steering axis and vertical. SAI: angle in frontal elevation between steering axis and vertical. Planar Target ..."
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Toe: angle between projection of axle on horizontal plane and a perpendicular to thrust line. Caster: angle in side elevation between steering axis and vertical. SAI: angle in frontal elevation between steering axis and vertical. Planar Target
W.: Stagnant Exterior Cusp Region as Viewed by Energetic Electrons and Ions: A Statistical Study Using CLUSTER Research with Adaptive Particle Imaging Detectors (RAPID
 Data, J. Geophys. Res
"... [1] We present statistical results based on the data set obtained by Cluster when these spacecraft were in the dayside cusp and magnetopause. Forty clearest stagnant exterior cusp (SEC) events have been selected from 150 cusp crossings from 1 January was made on the basis of the following criteria: ..."
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[1] We present statistical results based on the data set obtained by Cluster when these spacecraft were in the dayside cusp and magnetopause. Forty clearest stagnant exterior cusp (SEC) events have been selected from 150 cusp crossings from 1 January was made on the basis of the following criteria
IHTC1422318 STUDY ON COMPARISON EXPERIMENT OF THE BIDIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION (BRDF) OF SURFACE OF EXTERIOR DECORATIVE MATERIALS FOR BUILDINGS UNDER DRY AND WET CONDITION
"... ABSTRACT: As Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF) can describe the reflection and scattering characteristic of solid material surface better, an experiment which is based on the basic concept of BRDF and combined with the effects on surface profile from surface wettability theory ..."
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and wet condition, was carried out for comparison. Using the white standard plate as a single sample for reference on a selfbuilt experiment table, the BRDF values of the surface of three exterior decorative materials for buildings, namely granite, coated glass and EthylenePropyleneDieneMonomer (EPDM
ANALYSE ON IMAGE DISTORTION CAUSED BY CAMERA TILTING ANGLE IN MOSAIC CAMERA
"... Digital aerial photogrammetry has the virtue of high precision and efficiency, but the plane array of single digital camera is not wide enough, so the land coverage and baseheight ratio of single digital camera is smaller than the traditional film camera. So people always array several single digit ..."
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digital cameras (usually two or four) together as one camera, and it’s called multiple plane array digital photographic camera or mosaic camera, the angle of single digital camera is not level as usual, it circumgyrates around it’s own axis of lens to get large land coverage, and it has become the focus
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