scan line

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scan line

The line produced on a recording medium frame by a single sweep of a scanner.
Translations
ligne de balayage
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Digitization of data sources acquisition scan lines,
The mirror has good imaging performance, operating to 20 scan lines per second below resonance and above resonance at 200 scan lines per second.
Appearance of scan lines annoy video makers, thus scan frequency must be faster than shutter time in order to avoid such issues.
Standard post-processing includes the R-[theta] conversion to rectangular coordinates from the polar image comprising the original scan lines.
The accuracy is changed by how fine of scan lines are being used in the camera.
The time required to produce one image depends on the imaging depth and the number of scan lines to make each image.
3) 1080p:A digital video signal format that uses 1,080 effective scan lines (1,125 actual lines) and progressive scanning at 59.
Without this computations, two different scan lines, one intersecting text, and one not (but having a darker background) might have had the same score and this fact could lead to serious errors in page space recognition.
Prior to section analysis, the data was modified to eliminate unwanted features from the scan lines by using a polynomial filter.
The scan lines in the bitmap are stored from bottom up.
The OBM group has embarked on the building of a proof-of-concept demonstration which will deliver a volumetric monochrome image 80 mm wide by 60 mm high and 80 mm deep, of 440 scan lines at 30 Hz frequency, with a 24[degrees] angle of view, all with an optical path length approx 1500 mm so that the whole system will fit into a shallow box.
Television cameras captured images as a stack of intensity scan lines at the same frequency as their 60-Hz AC power supplies.