in English law, the power in the courts to correct a document that has been drawn in such a way that it incorrectly reflects the intention of the parties. Similar statutory provision has existed in Scotland since 1985.
Risa Hontiveros, in a news statement, said the measure aims 'to grant amnesty and allow the rectification of the simulated birth of a child where simulation was made for the best interest of the child, and that such child has been consistently considered and treated by the person' who considered the child as his or her own.
To simplify the procedure of a time-consuming matching point search, rectification, which aligns epipolar lines in parallel with the x-axis using parameters obtained from calibration , should be performed as a preprocessing step in the stereo vision.
The oxide films formed on the surfaces of the valve metals such as Al, Nb, Ta, Zr, Hf, introduced by Gunterschultze and Betz [7, 8] have the rectification property, defined as the current passing through in one direction but not in the reverse one.
Nanofluidic diode system was fabricated using single conically shaped nanopore by manipulating pH gradient and an enhanced current rectification was obtained comparing with the condition that there exists homogeneous electrolyte .