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paraxial

(pæˈræksɪəl)
adj
(General Physics) physics (of a light ray) parallel to the axis of an optical system
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Jackson, though, favors the study of fantasy that begins nominally in the real world and then introduces fantastic elements (what she calls "paraxial" fantasy), seeing this uncertainty as the locus of fantasy's estranging effects.
Developmentally, vertebrae form from the sclerotome portions of the somites, which are derived from paraxial mesoderm.
However, this is challenged by a latest case report with intact thoraco-acromial arteries and muscle fascia, suggesting an alternative theory of paraxial mesenchyme developmental failure (5).
In this talk the implications of the modelling and the design of diffractive and refractive freeform surfaces in paraxial and non-paraxial system configurations to shape the profile of a laser beam in its farfield, its focus or, in general, at any arbitrary position, will be discussed.
The musculoskeletal system associated with the trunk develops from paraxial and lateral mesoderm.
For the volume of sperm inside the storage organ, we took pictures of the seminal vesicles contained in the paraxial organs (Fig.
Airy beam, which makes up one of the important non-diffracting waves, was first described by Berry and Balazs in 1979 by solving Airy solution of the paraxial wave equation [1].
We introduce the reduced function associated with the paraxial direction x