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deviation from a particular direction

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a graded change in the magnitude of some physical quantity or dimension

the property possessed by a line or surface that departs from the horizontal

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Where Dg (fJ) means the gradient distribution of the estimate image of fJ, and the average Dg means the average gradient distribution of database face images which is shown in Fig.
The bigger the average gradient, the better the image clarity.
As to the average gradient and contrast, the result of the proposed method is better than others and the obtained image is clearer.
The average gradient is 18-20 percent, depending on where you start the calculation.
5km at an average gradient of seven per cent, and represented the last chance for the American's rivals to mount a serious challenge.
The author has done an excellent job of explaining average gradient and the effects of different speeds on the images produced.
If Borchard gets built as planned - with an average gradient of about 9.
The average gradient evaluation ratio (geval) is the total number of gradient evaluations required by all the tensor runs, divided by the total number of gradient evaluations required by all the Newton runs on these problems.
The category-two ascent from Lago del Cedrino to Genna Silana is over 26km in length but the average gradient of 3.
The route then goes up to Abergavenny on the A4042 heading up to Llanfoist for The Tumble climb - a challenging 6km stretch of road with an average gradient of 9%.
30 m high arch (base), average gradient of 9% over 64 m and about 1% of 33 m, head protection with screen mesh barrier block.
We have selected three kinds of quantitative assessment criteria to estimate the fusion performance, including Entropy, Average gradient and Standard deviation.
At 435 metres in length and with an average gradient of 17% the Monsal climb is considered one of the most prestigious hill climbs in the country.
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