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the act or an instance of interfering or intruding

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a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries

(American football) blocking a player's path with your body

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1.4.2 to unwrap the interferograms based on the minimum cost flow algorithm (Chen and Zebker, 2000) The calculations on the tremor of Nov.
Caption: Figure 1: Fabry-Perot interferograms of Q-switched ruby laser radiation (rings labeled M) and of the Brillouin scattered Stokes radiation (rings labeled B).
Sansosti, "A new algorithm for surface deformation monitoring based on small baseline differential SAR interferograms," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol.
To gain information about [S.sub.E] and [S.sub.O] or the phase [alpha] (see (8)), V(x) needs to be sampled on both sides of the spatial origin, so that the asymmetric feature in the interferogram is captured.
Xerogel Ti[O.sub.2] thin films were insolated by a 2 cm long interferogram, presented in the previous paragraph, while moving underneath at a speed of 0.01 mm/s.
An interferogram generated by propagating the three wavefronts is shown in Figure 8.
Analyzing laser Plasma interferograms with a continuous Wavelet transform ridge extraction technique: the method, Applied Optics, 40(35), 6561-6568.
Superimposing the images gives what is known as an interferogram. It can be used to generate digital terrain models with elevation at a resolution of a few metres.
In this context, two radar images that are acquired from the same surface area are differenced in phase to form a radar interferogram, which in turn detects and assesses possible deformations.
Visually, this is defined as the maximum bright band on the interferogram [7].
As mentioned before, the demodulation of a single interferogram often involves a combination of methods (GA + Zernike, PSO + Zernike, Neuronal networks + others, etc.).
The result will be an interferogram. Photograph this and then illuminate the interferogram with coherent optical light and record the reconstructed image on a photographic plate." (Mulvey, 1995).
Closely related with the SAR technology, InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) uses at least two SAR images (the product obtained is called interferogram) to track the temporal changes of different objects of interest, to map the vertical movements or the texture changes from certain areas or to obtain a very high resolution DEM.
Once the film surface was in focus, a primary interferogram representative of the film surface was observed.