Ev kelimesi bir çatısı ve tüten bacaları olan bir dikdörtgen binanın zihinsel görüntüsünü anımsatır, ki bu çimenlerle ve ağaçlarla çevrili olabilir ve mutlu bir aile tarafından oturulabilir. - The word house evokes the mental image of a rectangular building with a roof and smoking chimney, which may be surrounded by grass and trees and inhabited by a happy family.
Onun bütün umursadığı onun görüntüsüdür. - All he cares about is his image.
Şeytanın var olmadığını düşünüyorum, bence insanlık onu yarattı,kendi hayalinde ve tasvirinde - I think the devil doesn't exist, but man has created him, he has created him in his own image and likeness.
Ben onun o zaman ne kadar acımasız olduğunu hayal edemiyordum. - I could not image how cruel he was at that time.
Şeytanın var olmadığını düşünüyorum, bence insanlık onu yarattı,kendi hayalinde ve tasvirinde - I think the devil doesn't exist, but man has created him, he has created him in his own image and likeness.
Image Viewer bir resim görüntüleme yazılımıdır. Bu yazılım çok küçük bir programdır. Bu yazılımda sadece basit fonksiyonlar var. Bu, Tatoeba Project kullanıcıları tarafından çevrilebilir. - Image Viewer is an image viewing software. This software is a very small program. This software has basic functions only. This is translatable by Tatoeba Project users.
En sevdiğiniz resim düzenleme yazılımı hangisi? - What's your favorite image editing software?
(Askeri) GÖRÜNTÜ BOZULMASI: Sensörün çalıştırılmasında, banyo usullerindeki hata veya filmin yanlış kullanılması nedeniyle tek sensör sistemlerinin yapısında mevcut optimum görüntü gücünün azaltılması. Sensör sistemleriyle ilgisi bulunmayan önlenemez faktörler (atmosfer olayları, kar vs) nedeniyle meydana gelen kalitedeki düşüklük bu terimle ilgili değildir
(Askeri) GÖRÜNTÜ/HAYAL YORUMLAYICI: Hayaller bütününde gösterilen eşyayı, faaliyetleri ve araziyi tanımada, mahiyetini ortaya çıkarmada, yerini tespitte, tarif ve incelemede ve bunlardan istihbarat bilgileri çıkarmada nitelik sahibi bir askeri istihbarat uzmanı
A picture, example, or illustration, often taken from sensible objects, and used to illustrate a subject; usually, an extended metaphor
The representation of a scene as recorded by a remote sensing system Although image is a general term, it is commonly restricted to representations acquired by non-photographic methods
A graphic representation or description of a scene, typically produced by an optical or electronic device Common examples include remotely sensed data (e g , satellite data), scanned data, and photographs An image is stored as a raster data set of binary or integer values that represent the intensity of reflected light, heat, or other range of values on the electromagnetic spectrum
a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture); "the coin bears an effigy of Lincoln"; "the emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone"
A graphic representation or description of an object that is typically produced by an optical or electronic device Common examples include remotely sensed data such as satellite data, scanned data, and photographs An image is stored as a raster data set of binary or integer values representing the intensity of reflected light, heat, or another range of values on the electromagnetic spectrum Remotely sensed images are digital representations of the earth
someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor); "he could be Gingrich's double"; "she's the very image of her mother"
A graphic in GIF or JPEG file format that can be inserted in a world wide web page FrontPage lets you import images in the following formats and insert them as GIF or JPEG: GIF, JPEG, BMP (Windows and OS/2), TIFF, TAG, PCD, RAS, EPS, PCX, and WMF
An image is an online graphic Images may be photographs, line drawings or anything that could be scanned in or created online Images may be part of a Web page (inline image) or they may be attached to a hyperlink on a Web page
A representation or duplicate of something In terms of graphics, an image is a stored description of a picture
a standard or typical example; "he is the prototype of good breeding"; "he provided America with an image of the good father"
A graphic representation of an object that is produced by an optical or electronic device An example of this is remotely sensed data from a satellite, scanned data and photographs An image is stored as a raster data set of binary or integer values representing the intensity of reflected light, heat or other range of values on the electromagnetic spectrum
imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
The image of a person, group, or organization is the way that they appear to other people. The tobacco industry has been trying to improve its image
(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"
The optical reproduction of an object, produced by a lens or mirror A typical positive lens converges rays to form a real image which can be photographed A negative lens spreads rays to form a virtual image which cant be projected
To represent or form an image of; as, the still lake imaged the shore; the mirror imaged her figure
A picture or graphics file that can be inserted on a Web page and displayed in a Web browser FrontPage lets you import images in the following formats: GIF, JPEG (standard and progressive), BMP (Windows and OS/2), TIFF, TGA, RAS, EPS, PCX, and WMF Imported images are converted to GIF format (for images containing up to 256 colors) or JPEG format (for images containing over 256 colors) when the page is saved to the current FrontPage web
a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
In the field of image processing, a two-dimensional representation of a scene Synonym picture
A set of attitudes or beliefs that a person or audience holds about a college or university Institutions have multiple images For example, older alums often view you differently than younger alumni; faculty with tenure often perceive you differently than faculty without Importantly, an image is how you are perceived and not necessarily how you are But because perceptions guide behavior, it is very important that you know how you are perceived by the audiences you value most
An imitation, representation, or similitude of any person, thing, or act, sculptured, drawn, painted, or otherwise made perceptible to the sight; a visible presentation; a copy; a likeness; an effigy; a picture; a semblance
To represent to the mental vision; to form a likeness of by the fancy or recollection; to imagine
If you are the image of someone else, you look very much like them. Marianne's son was the image of his father
Pictorial representation of data acquired by satellite systems, such as direct readout images from environmental satellites An image is not a photograph An image is composed of two-dimensional grids of individual picture elements (pixels) Each pixel has a numeric value that corresponds to the radiance or temperature of the specific ground area it depicts See gray scale
A concrete representation of an object or sensory experience Typically, such a representation helps evoke the feelings associated with the object or experience itself Images are either "literal" or "figurative " Literal images are especially concrete and involve little or no extension of the obvious meaning of the words used to express them Figurative images do not follow the literal meaning of the words exactly Images in literature are usually visual, but the term "image" can also refer to the representation of any sensory experience In his poem "The Shepherd's Hour," Paul Verlaine presents the following image: "The Moon is red through horizon's fog;/ In a dancing mist the hazy meadow sleeps " The first line is broadly literal, while the second line involves turns of meaning associated with dancing and sleeping
Can be a logo, photograph, custom graphic, map, or animated graphic The number of images on one page is determined by the size of the image file(s) Too many and the page takes too long to download (appear in the browser) One option commonly used is to have a smaller image (thumbnail) link to a larger photo to show detail
a picture or representation of an object or scene on paper or a display screen Remotely sensed images are digital representations of the earth
An electronic picture, also called a graphic There are several formats for images EPS (Encapsulated PostScript)Highest quality image for electronic publishing (not Web page publishing) GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)Most common image format used for Web pages It is best used for images drawn by hand or created with a computer JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group)Image format used for Web pages It is normally used for digital camera photos and scanned photos PICTMost commonly used image format for publishing TIFF (Tag Image File Format) High quality image Also used in publishing
A representation of anything to the mind; a picture drawn by the fancy; a conception; an idea
The figure or picture of any object formed at the focus of a lens or mirror, by rays of light from the several points of the object symmetrically refracted or reflected to corresponding points in such focus; this may be received on a screen, a photographic plate, or the retina of the eye, and viewed directly by the eye, or with an eyeglass, as in the telescope and microscope; the likeness of an object formed by reflection; as, to see one's image in a mirror
If you have an image of something or someone, you have a picture or idea of them in your mind. The image of art theft as a gentleman's crime is outdated
an iconic mental representation; "her imagination forced images upon her too awful to contemplate
n 1 A stored description of a graphic picture, either as a set of brightness and color values of pixels or as a set of instructions for reproducing the picture 2 A duplicate, copy, or representation of all or part of a hard or floppy disk, a section of memory or hard drive, a file, a program, or data For example, a RAM disk can hold an image of all or part of a disk in main memory; a virtual RAM program can create an image of some portion of the computer's main memory on disk
Stemming from Latin imago (imitation, copy, likeness, bust), the image is generally a representation, or double of something The emphasis of this term does not lie on a graphic quality, but on the likeness (a difference that can be compared to index vs icon) Thus, the image is 192 a (mental) picture of something not real or present; 193 a figure of speech, especially a metaphor; 194 concrete representation, as in art, literature, or music; 195 in mathematics, the image is a set of values of a function corresponding to a particular subset of a domain; 196 in computer science it is an exact copy of data in a file transferred to another medium; 197 in the context of media theory and semiotics, the image of a person or an institution is the public opinion of that person or institution, especially as interpreted by the mass media
The steps necessary to convert a raw digital image, as received from a sensor, and make it interpretable The steps include removing possible errors caused by the sensor and geocoding the image to the area it covers so it can be used in reference to other images and data sets
The alteration or manipulation of images that have been scanned or captured by a digital recording device Can be used to modify or improve the image by changing its size, color, contrast and brightness, or to compare and analyze images for characteristics that the human eye could not oerceive unaided This ability to perceive minute variations in color, shape, and relationship has opened up many application for image processing
operations designed to make an image more useful Image processing is often regarded as embracing image analysis, but in this course we tend to regard image processing as the set of methods used to enhance the image prior to image analysis
Set of computational techniques for analyzing, enhancing, compressing, and reconstructing images. Its main components are importing, in which an image is captured through scanning or digital photography; analysis and manipulation of the image, accomplished using various specialized software applications; and output (e.g., to a printer or monitor). Image processing has extensive applications in many areas, including astronomy, medicine, industrial robotics, and remote sensing by satellites. See also pattern recognition
The general term "image processing" refers to a computer discipline wherein digital images are the main data object This type of processing can be broken down into several sub-categories, including: compression, image enhancement, image filtering, image distortion, image display and coloring, and image editing See also Machine Vision
n The analysis, manipulation, storage, and display of graphical images from sources such as photographs, drawings, and video Image processing spans a sequence of three steps The input step (image capture and digitizing) converts the differences in coloring and shading in the picture into binary values that a computer can process The processing step can include image enhancement and data compression The output step consists of the display or printing of the processed image Image processing is used in such applications as television and film, medicine, satellite weather mapping, machine vision, and computerbased pattern recognition See also image enhancement, video digitizer
Think of "data processing": it refers to the manipulation of raw data to solve some problem or enlighten the user in some way not possible without the manipulation So it is with image processing Digitized images which have been "acquired" (scanned, captured by digital cameras) can be manipulated The purpose may be simply to improve the image - change its size, its color, or simply to touch-up parts of it But a more important application of image processing is to compare and analyze images for characteristics that a human eye alone couldn't perceive This ability to perceive minute variations in color, shape and relationship has opened up applications for image processing in high-speed manufacturing quality control, criminal forensics, medicine, defense, entertainment and the graphic arts
Image processing: a group of activities regarding the elaboration of images in raster format Many techniques used in this discipline require complex mathematical processes, aimed at determining the phenomena described by the image like for example, in GIS, pollution, humidity and termperature at ground level, vegetation, etc
the physical dimensions of the image as measured in the small squares (pixels) of a computer screen; an image filling a "typical" computer screen (13 inch diagonal) would be 640 x 480 pixels; compare to image file size above
any undesired image appearing at the image plane of an optical system; either a false image of the desired object, or an out-of-focus image of a bright source of light in the field of the optical system
Images are generally useful and improve the web experience, but some users prefer not to see them Turning images off improves download speed for dial-up users, and eliminates advertisements that don't use scripting, movies, or Flash animation
When in some chatting rooms, chatters can bring up pictures, or, to use the yuppy terminology, "images" This might include cute diagrams, pictures (sorry, images) of their favourite movie star or even photos of themselves This last one is considered a real risk, for people can talk along with you for ages, thinking your a really terrific human being before your mule-like features are revealed for all to see and the saying, "it's what inside that counts" becomes the conspicuous new subject in the room
for web pages Find out about different file formats, eg jpg, gif, png, compression basics, optimizing graphics and other essential information Image collections can be found on the web View the Mortlock Library Pictorial Slideshow
To keep page load time to a minimum, keep the size of a graphic (GIF and JPG) under 30 kilobytes and the total number of graphics on any page to a minimum Including HEIGHT and WIDTH tags for all images helps them load faster Provide text equivalents for all non-text elements (e g , images, image map regions, graphical representations of text, etc ) so that those who view your pages without images will be able to understand it For more information about formatting and optimizing for the web, see Webmonkey: Design: Graphics, or Web Reference: Optimizing Graphics
Acronym for International Marine Global Change Study, a joint project of SCOR and PAGES whose primary goals are to quantify climate and chemical variability of the ocean on time scales of oceanic and cryospheric processes, determine the sensitivity of the ocean to identified internal and external forcing functions, and determine the ocean's role in controlling atmospheric CO2 A global program including at least 30 dedicated oceanographic expeditions from 1994-2004 is planned to answer questions concerning how changes in ocean properties controlled the evolution of global heat transfer through to deep and surface ocean and so modified the climate, how changes in ocean circulation, chemistry, and biological activity have interacted to generate the observed record of pCO2 over the past 300 Ka, and how close continental climate has been linked to ocean surface and deep water properties
Images are a subcategory of media type files Images are presented in the form of picture, x-ray, ECG, EKG, etc Images can be found in the patient chart under different categories such as physical exam, history, lab tests, and diagnostic tests
Images are what makes the World wide web different from other methods of presenting data on the internet Most web browsers are capable of reading only two image formats: gif and jpeg As a rule of thumb, gif format is better for drawings and logos and jpeg is better for photographs On the web, an image can be made into a link so that clicking on the image is the same as clicking on highlighted text
- The ability to accurately create a soundstage, incorporating a 3 dimensional effect possessing height, width and depth Good imaging should create the illusion of different instruments or vocalists placed in certain locations, such as what is experienced in a live show effect Imaging in a vehicle is greatly effected by limitation of the environment of listening area
A technique that allows the students to slow down and focus individually on an issue The students, sitting quietly with eyes closed, allow pictures to form in their minds These images may be motivated by bits of narration, music, sounds, smells, etc
A system that allows documents such as new account agreements, to be stored as electronic images The image can then be viewed and printed from a special computer terminal Mutual fund companies also use imaging technology to store applications and letters related to a client's account
Imaging is the process of forming images that represent things such as sound waves, temperature, chemicals, or electrical activity. thermal imaging cameras. a technical process in which pictures of the inside of someone's body are produced, especially for medical reasons. diagnostic imaging medical imaging magnetic resonance imaging
(n ) The broad category of image-related computer technologies that includes computer graphics, image processing, image reconstruction, and scientific visualization Imaging technologies capture, store, display, and print graphical images
The ability to localize a sound in a stereo field or mix is called imaging Several things will affect the ability of a speaker system to image accurately: How matched the speakers are in construction and level (volume), exactly matched phase, and the interaction of the speakers with the listening environment will all be critical in determining imaging Assuming that the first items are determined by the speaker manufacturer and your system set up, careful acoustic treatment in your room can often make the largest difference in the clarity, stereo spread, and imaging of your studio monitoring system
Imaging describes the extent to which an audio system reproduces the directional cues that enable the listener to locate the instruments and vocalists as they were positioned during recording and mixing (See also soundstage below) Good imaging creates a listening experience that seems natural and lifelike Since directional cues in sound come mainly in the higher frequencies, the key to attaining the best possible imaging is equal and unobstructed path lengths between the tweeters and the listeners ears That's one of the reasons why matched component speakers, with their versatile tweeter placement, sound as good as they do
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