nonreflecting


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nonreflecting

(ˌnɒnrɪˈflɛktɪŋ) or

nonreflective

adj
not reflecting light
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Adj.1.nonreflecting - not capable of physical reflection
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Different colors highlight pixels in the scatterplot that are associated with regions circled in the visible reflectance image (purple shows cold and reflecting cloud pixels, green shows warm and nonreflecting vegetated surfaces, and blue shows warm and nonreflecting ocean).
In the buffer region, the grid is sufficiently stretched to dissipate acoustic and voritcal disturbances near the artificial nonreflecting boundary conditions.
The plate was held a few inches above a black, nonreflecting surface illuminated with reflected light.
This emissivity value is appropriate for the heat sink surface, which is a gray nonreflecting surface.
Second, with regard to color, if you take a nonreflecting black tube and look through it only at the color of the object to be depicted, thereby blocking your view of the illumination conditions and the background colors surrounding the object, the pigment of the color you would need to use to match the color observed in the tube is explicitly relative, since it is relative to illumination conditions.
A nonreflecting boundary condition for discrete acoustic and elastic wave equations".
The matched boundary condition is particularly useful for modeling acoustic waves in ducts; such condition belongs to the class of nonreflecting boundary conditions (NRBCs) (Givoli and Neta 2004) and it is a reformulation of the Higdon conditions for plane waves (Higdon 1994).
In the absence of [SIGMA] or in the case of a perfectly nonreflecting boundary condition, the Fourier coefficients satisfy [[tau].
In a paper on receive signal processing, the authors comment on the properties of human tissue: "The medium will reflect at all angles and at all depths at the same time, and there are hardly any nonreflecting regions at all as in e.