Mexican hat

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Synonyms for Mexican hat

coneflower with flower heads resembling a Mexican hat with a tall red-brown disk and drooping yellow or yellow and red-brown rays

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The Mexican hat wavelet basis function is used in designing the discrete wavelet transform dictionary.
For Kuwahara Filter, sampling window was kept at default; for median filter, a radius of 5 was chosen and for Mexican Hat Filter, a radius of 3 or 4 was selected.
Thirdly, a man at Molineux wearing a poncho, Mexican hat and false Zapata moustache coughed in my direction.
And while it's not quite the same as the here-it-is-now-off-you-go fast food from outlets such as McDonalds, it turned out to be little more than a Chili's, or Applebee's, but with its disappointment wearing a Mexican hat.
Blues coach Dai Young added: 'We are calling him Pedro Robinson and we've bought him a Mexican hat.
In this study, the usefulness of Mexican hat wavelet, French hat wavelet, Haar wavelet, Gabor function wavelet, Harmonic wavelet and Butterworth filter for source location on thin structures were investigated.
Tybalt much preferred his class when Amelia was an Indian princess and Hero wants to marry Elis in his great big Mexican hat.
Noticeable on Friday was a hugely impressive Mexican hat worn by one lady that would have turned just as many heads at Royal Ascot.
Typical plants: Buffalograss lawns, Rabbitbrush, Mexican Hat Coneflower
That one is painted in the same vivid green as the Mexican Hat.
I saw both of them on a poster of Wildflowers of New Mexico, although in New Mexico they are called Indian Firewheel (Gaillardia) and Mexican Hat (Coneflower).
Wants: Angelwing blue poppy, Mexican hat, Mexican fireplant, strawflower, carnation, columbine, white spider flower.
A distorted version of the Mexican hat dance became a recurring motif.
With each passing, the accordion, like the traditions it once animated, becomes less the medium of a specific folk music and more a mere commodity, its songs first reduced to hybrid pop hits ("Yes, Sir, That's My Baby" in the 1920s; "The Mexican Hat Dance" in the 1950s; "The Ballad of the Green Berets," "Winchester Cathedral" and the "Me and Bobby McGee Polka" in the 1970s), and then to silence.