aberration

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} sapınç
{i} (doğru/doğal/normal olandan) sapma
{i} sapıtma
{i} sapıklık
{i} aberasyon
normalden sapma
(Tıp) Optik sapınç, bir lensin eksik refraksiyonu veya fokalizasyonu, aberasyon
normal durumdan uzaklaşma
sapkınlık
(Denizbilim) bozukluk
yoldan çıkma
geçici akli hastalık
(Fotoğrafçılık) görüntü bozulması
anormallik
(Tıp) sapkı
dalâlet
doğru yoldan ayrılma
düz yoldan uzaklaşma
yayılma
uzaklaşma
azma
kısa süreli bellek kaybı
akıl hastalığı
{i} ruhb., (Gökbilim) sapınç, aberasyon
yan delilik
inhiraf
(Nükleer Bilimler) aberasyon, sapma
adese veya ayna sisteminde bütün ışınların bir noktaya toplanamaması
{i} (Tıp) sapkı
hata
(Tıp) Yarı delilik, akli hastalık
(Anatomi) mutad gidişi veya durumundan sapma
(Tıp) Anormal gelişme, anomali
(Tıp) Mantık noksanlığı
aberration chromatic
renk sapması
aberration light
ışık sapması
aberration test
aberasyon testi
spherical aberration
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) küresel sapma
spherical aberration
(Fotoğrafçılık) küresel görüntü bozulması
spherical aberration
(Bilgisayar) yuvarsal sapınç
spherical aberration
(Fizik) küresel bozulma
annual aberration
yıllık aberasyon
chromatic aberration
renk sapması
chromatic aberration
kromatik sapınç
chromatic aberration
kromatik aberasyon
chromosomal aberration
kromozom anomalisi
mental aberration
mental aberasyon
optical aberration
optik aberasyon
spherical aberration
küresel aberasyon
spherical aberration
küresel sapınç
deviance, aberration, abnormality
sapma, sapma, anormallik
annual aberration
(Astronomi) yıllık sapınç
in a fit of aberration
dalgınlıkla
mental aberration
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) akli sapma
optic aberration
optik sapınç
optical aberration
görme hatası,optik aberasyon
spherical aberration
yuvarsal sapinc
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The producing of an unintended effect by the glancing of an instrument, as when a shot intended for A glances and strikes B
atypical development or structure
A small periodical change of position in the stars and other heavenly bodies, due to the combined effect of the motion of light and the motion of the observer
A mental disorder, especially one of a minor or temporary character
The act of wandering; deviation, especially from truth or moral rectitude, from the natural state, or from a type

Aberrations from theory.

A deviation of an organism from the state which is regarded as normal
A partial alienation of reason

Whims, which at first are the aberrations of a single brain, pass with heat into epidemic form - I. Taylor.

The convergence to different foci, by a lens or mirror, of rays of light emanating from one and the same point, or the deviation of such rays from a single focus
deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course
{n} the act of wandering, a deviation
(1) Something that prevents light from being brought into sharp focus, disenabling the formation of a clear image (2) Lens flaw - the inability of a lens to reproduce an accurate, focused, sharp image Aberration in simple lenses is sub-categorized into seven types
An effect which distorts the final image in a telescope See spherical aberration and chromatic aberration
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a state or condition markedly different from the norm
The imperfection of an optical device (like a lens) Aberrations include astigmatism and chromatic (prism like color separation)
The convergence to different foci, by a lens or mirror, of rays of light emanating from one and the same point, or the deviation of such rays from a single focus; called spherical aberration, when due to the spherical form of the lens or mirror, such form giving different foci for central and marginal rays; and chromatic aberration, when due to different refrangibilities of the colored rays of the spectrum, those of each color having a distinct focus
An optical defect in a lens causing the lens to form an image that is not sharp or that is distorted
{i} deviation, irregularity, abnormality
an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image a disorder in one's mental state
any error that results in image degradation Such errors may be chromatic, spherical, astigmatic chromatic, distortion, or curvature of field: and can result from design or execution, or both
An aberration is an incident or way of behaving that is not typical. It became very clear that the incident was not just an aberration, it was not just a single incident. an action or event that is different from what usually happens or what someone usually does. Deviation of light rays by lenses or mirrors which causes the images to be blurred. Spherical aberration occurs because curvature in a lens or mirror causes rays falling on the outer edges to be brought to a focus at a different point from those from the middle. This makes the images formed appear blurred. Chromatic aberration, which occurs in lenses but not mirrors, is the failure of a lens to focus all colours (wavelengths) of light in the same plane; the image appears blurred and shows rainbow-coloured fringes around the edges. See also astigmatism
Any errors that result in image degradation Such errors may be chromatic, spherical, astigmatic, or comatic, and can result from design or execution, or both In an optical system, the aberration of light refers to the straying away of rays from their appointed courses These errors, unless corrected, tend to produce a hazy image and give rise to spherical aberration, coma, astigmatism, curvature of field, distortion, and longitudinal and lateral chromatic error Aberration, Chromatic Present in a lens system when the rays of the component colours of white light are not brought to one focus, thus producing colour fringes in the image
The passage of blood or other fluid into parts not appropriate for it
(1) a disturbance in color that interfere with clarity, typically one of the faults found in interpolated colors; (2) errors in a photographic lens which prevent the lens from producing a single focus of all intensities of the light rays reflected from the subject, resulting in poor image definition at the film plane
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An optical defect in a lens causing it to form an image that is not sharp or one that is distorted
an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image
a flaw in a mirror or lens causing rays of light from a single point to fail to focus at a single spot in space
Blurred or distorted image quality that results from inherent physical properties (shape, curvature, density) of an optical device such as a lens or prism
Any optical defect and/or design error which causes any of the processed light to deviate from reaching the focal point, therefore reducing the quality of the image Field of View: The maximum view angle of an optical instrument The number, in degrees, supplied by the manufacturer is the Apparent Field of View To find the Actual Field of View ( also known as the Actual Field of View ), divide the Apparent Field of View by the Magnification
Distortion in an image produced by a lens
Any inherent deficiency of a lens or optical system which is responsible for imperfections in shape or sharpness of the image
A genetic or environmentally produced variation on the usual form of the species For example very cold conditions can produce very dark forms of some species
Optical problem in a camera lens that produces slight errors in subject appearance, usually noticeable in small details
A conclave of seven Chaos Sorcerers
Deviation from the straight line Responding, thinking, feeling, or acting in ways that aren't really aligned with what one wants
a departure from rational thought or behavior From the Latin, aberrare, to wander from; Latin, ab, away, errare, to wander It means basically to err, to make mistakes, or more specifically to have fixed ideas which are not true The word is also used in its scientific sense It means departure from a straight line If a line should go from A to B, then if it is aberrated it would go from A to some other point, to some other point, to some other point, to some other point, to some other point, and finally arrive at B Taken in its scientific sense, it would also mean the lack of straightness or to see crookedly as, in example, a man sees a horse but thinks he sees an elephant Aberrated conduct would be wrong conduct, or conduct not supported by reason Aberration is opposed to sanity, which would be its opposite
a disorder in one's mental state
A defect of an optical image caused by the fact that essentially no lens system can form a perfect image
Property of an optical system that causes an image to have certain easily recognizable flaws Aberrations are caused by geometrical factors such as the shapes of surfaces, their spacing, and alignments Image problems caused by factors such as scratches or contamination are not called aberrations
This is the inability of the camera lens to produce a true image There is no such thing as a ‘perfect lens’, generally the more expensive the lens the less aberrations there are in the picture quality
Scientology A departure from rational thought or behavior From the Latin, aberrare, to wander from; Latin, ab, away, errare, to wander It means basically to err, to make mistakes, or more specifically to have fixed ideas which are not true The word is also used in its scientific sense It means departure from a straight line If a line should go from A to B, then if it is aberrated it would go from A to some other point, to some other point, to some other point, to some other point, to some other point, and finally arrive at B Taken in its scientific sense, it would also mean the lack of straightness or to see crookedly as, in example, a man sees a horse but thinks he sees an elephant Aberrated conduct would be wrong conduct, or conduct not supported by reason Aberration is opposed to sanity, which would be its opposite
A small periodical change of position in the stars and other heavenly bodies, due to the combined effect of the motion of light and the motion of the observer; called annual aberration, when the observer's motion is that of the earth in its orbit, and daily or diurnal aberration, when of the earth on its axis; amounting when greatest, in the former case, to 20
Planetary aberration is that due to the motion of light and the motion of the planet relative to the earth
1 In an imaging system, the failure to obtain a simple point-to-point correspondence between the astronomical object and the image, as in, e g chromatic aberration, spherical aberration 2 In astrometry, the angular displacement of the apparent direction to an astronomical object resulting from the Earth's orbital motion with velocity v and the finite velocity of light c For earth-based observers, an object annually describes an ellipse on the celestial sphere whose semi-major axis is arctan(v/c), i e 20 496"; the eccentricity of the ellipse is zero for an object at the ecliptic pole, and the ellipse degenerates to a straight line for an object in the ecliptic plane
An optical defect in a lens causing it to form an image that is not sharp or that is distorted See also astigmatism, barrel distortion, chromatic aberration, coma, field curvature, pincushion distortion, spherical aberration
aberration of starlight
Apparent displacement of a star or other celestial body resulting from Earth's orbital motion around the Sun. The maximum displacement is about 20.49 seconds of arc. It depends on the ratio of Earth's orbital speed to the speed of light and Earth's direction of motion and thus provides confirmation that Earth orbits the Sun rather than the reverse
aberration of the needle
aberration of the magnetic needle
aberr
To wander; to stray
chromatic aberration
an optical aberration, in which an image has coloured fringes, caused by differential refraction of light of different wavelengths
spherical aberration
A type of lens aberration which causes blurriness, particularly away from the centre of the lens
aberr
To go astray; to err
aberrational
{s} abnormal, irregular, straying from the norm
aberrational
Characterized by aberration
aberrations
Causes completely blurred images There are six types of aberrations: spherical, coma, astigmatism, curvature of field, distortion and chromatic
aberrations
Imperfections, irregularities and/or distortions of the optical quality of the eye
aberrations
a deviation in power of the optical components of the eye, (either individually or in combination), from the ideal system that would produce a perfect point image on the retina The aberrations induced by refractive surgery are best described as irregular but some studies tend to refer to them as being most similar to spherical aberration and coma
aberrations
Distortions in the wavefront which result in a blurry image
aberrations
Effects associated with the performance of optical components which give rise to imperfect optical images
aberrations
plural of aberration
aberrations
A phenomenon in optics that cause the reproduction of a point as a patch or a straight line as a more or less curved band, and chromatic errors There are six types of aberrations -- Seidel's five aberrations (spherical aberration, coma, astigmatism, curvature of field and distortion) and chromatic aberration
chromatic aberration
Color distortion in an image produced by a lens, caused by the inability of the lens to bring the various colors of light to focus at a single point
chromatic aberration
an optical aberration in which the image has colored fringes
chromosomal aberration
any change in the normal structure or number of chromosomes; often results in physical or mental abnormalities
correct the aberration
fix an abnormality
mental aberration
mental defect, mental retardation, flaw of intelligence
serious aberration
major defect; major crime
spherical aberration
The blurring of an image that occurs when light from the margin of a lens or mirror with a spherical surface comes to a shorter focus than light from the central portion. The changing focal length is caused by deviations in the lens or mirror surface from a true sphere
spherical aberration
a optical aberration resulting in a distorted image
aberration
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