nonimage

nonimage

(ˌnɒnˈɪmɪdʒ)
adj
not relating to or containing an image
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The typical process on press is wetting of the plate in the fountain to soften the coating, which begins the process in unexposed nonimage areas on press losing adhesion of the coating.
All operations were contactless and gesture based and recognized using the Leap Motion sensors, and nonimage operations such as the selection of the active target image window or the type of operation were done by pressing a combination of three buttons on the foot pedal.
You should love him as he is a nonGod, a nonspirit, a nonperson, a nonimage, but as he is a pure, unmixed, bright 'One', separated from all duality; and in that One we should eternally sink down, out of 'something' into 'nothing'.
Intelligent computer systems will, within the next 10 years, be used to automate many of these nonimage interpretation related functions, which will make us not only substantially more efficient, but will decrease error rates and improve patient safety.
These processing operations "create images from other images or nonimage data.
Server software requirements include FileNet's Image Management Services software for imaging applications or Visual WorkFlo/Services for nonimage applications.
Unlike visible-light exposure, he says, in thermal imaging an infrared laser acts on a plate's nonimage area, leaving it in an oil-repellent state.
Among other things, JPEG2000 also is not limited to RGB colors and is designed to handle large images and black-and-white images, function without error or loss in noisy, wireless transmissions, give superior compression efficiency and a lossless option, provide nonimage metadata with files, and support security marking.
The fluid is separated at the last roller of the inking train with a shearing action that allows image and nonimage areas to take up ink and water in the normal lithographic manner.
It acts as a positive plate in the sense that the laser writes on the nonimage area.
In place at more than 30 European sites, NewsFlow ensures that versions of pages for given editions or sections go to the correct RIPs and imagers, balances the load across multiple RIPs, permits images to be rotated, reoriented and resized, performs automatic page pairing and electronic double burn of elements, annotates nonimage areas of plates with text or bar codes and soft-proofs separations.
The Goss digital press was also the first demonstration of the company's single-fluid lithographic system, in which ink and water are mixed in a compact unit on the press, fed into the inking roller tram, and then separated at the last roller of the inking train with a shearing action that allows image and nonimage areas to take up ink and water in the normal way.