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In what follows we address the strong wavefront distortion limit N [much greater than] 1: we reduce the problem of speckle intensity distribution to the problem of turbulent mixing by incompressible velocity field in six-dimensional phase space.
Myocardial imaging; tissue Doppler and speckle tracking.
JHS will be published quarterly and is targeted to scientists working in the fields of holography, speckle, lasers, optics, engineering, physics, chemistry and biomedical optics.
Speckle was discovered by a passer-by in Leasowe and taken to the RSPCA centre at Cross Lane, Wallasey.
Using two automated analytical methods - "fuzzy logic" and "principal component analysis" - scientists scour a set of speckle parameters to extract statistical information about changes in red blood cells' membranes and their flickering movements.
presents a conceptual and mathematical treatment of speckle, its suppression, and speckle applications in imaging and metrology.
American Science Publishing (Stevenson Ranch, CA), the publisher of Genome Letters and Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, is embarking on a major expansion plan with the launch of four new quarterly journals, including Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience (JCTN), Journal of Holography and Speckle (JHS), Journal of Low Power Electronics (JLPE) and Sensor Letters.
A laser beam passing through a tag produces a speckle pattern, which then is used to calculate an identification number.
Speckle, a 10-month-old tabby, was left for dead in the road.
has sponsored Speckle Tracking by Echo, a faCTor64substudy using Toshiba's Wall Motion Tracking ultrasound technology.
Elsewhere a speckle of little dots turns out on inspection to be airplanes flying their flight patterns, tokens of the machine world.