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specularity

(ˌspɛkjʊˈlærɪtɪ)
n
the state of resembling a mirror
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Parameter Highland Lunar mare Thermo-optical Solar absorptivity [21] 0.703 0.924 properties Specularity (albedo) [21] 0.297 0.076 IR emissivity 0.97 Thermo-physical Thermal conductivity Eq.
All of this serves to create a texture of unrelenting specularity in Un trajet en hiver.
Thus, while the very title of Portraits frames all its speakers, male and female, as subjects on display, it is significantly only Webster's female speakers that she "enfreaks," marking them doubly as object and other by displaying their bodies, exhibiting their deformities, and foregrounding their specularity.
In their approach, they did not apply unreliable highlight separation and specularity estimation.
We use the following color-coding in the annotations: red for background (mucosa), blue for lumen, yellow for polyp, and green for specularity. (a), (b), (c), (d) show correct polyp segmentation, whereas (e), (d) show incorrect polyp segmentation.
By saying "papa" Eduardo was possibly using a dialogical process (specularity) when he repeated the speech of the adult who had just said "daddy." Eduardo said "boba" during the play telephone call after saying "papa".
A no-slip boundary condition was described at the wall for the gas, while a partial-slip boundary for the solid phase with a specularity coefficient of 0.6 was implemented, as specified in other works [20, 45, 46, 62].
The concepts which the human made out of this act of specularity are only the similarities or the differences among objects rather than each object seen in itself.
Villette has often been identified as a novel overtly concerned with the gaze, specularity, and surveillance.(23) The simultaneously spying/prying eyes of Madame Beck, Monsieur Paul, Dr.