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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

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By reinforcing the high-order cumulate method and fully considering the energy cumulates in the neighborhood of the target's movement, the effect is better than the original high-order cumulates.
Top-Hat TDLMS [14] NBP [15] ABP [16] IABP SG [17] GSNR 5.24 6.43 7.32 9.16 10.75 8.11 FRA [18] MoG [19] GSNR 8.72 8.34 Table 6: Comparison between the enhancement effects of the original high-order cumulates and the improved high-order cumulates.
Li, "New method for moving dim target detection based on third order cumulate in infrared image," Hongwai Yu Haomibo Xuebao/Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, vol.
These plots show a linear relationship with some degree of scatter probably in rocks having cumulate phases.
Most of the gabbro samples plot in the arc-related mafic cumulate field, whereas some samples plot in the arc-related non-cumulate field non-cumulate gabbroic rocks formed in a supra- subduction zone tectonic setting.
Characteristic mineralogy of arc related cumulate gabbros: implications for the tectonic setting of gabbroic plutons and for andesite genesis.
Cumulate recycling and crustal evolution in the Bay of Islands ophiolite.
Compaction causes the densification of cumulates and simultaneous removal of intercumulus melt through porous flow (Hunter 1996).
The origin of these adcumulate textures through exchange with an overlying reservoir would be indicated by preservation of either significant plagioclase-pyroxene rocks with cotectic proportions and/or complementary mafic-ultramatic cumulates. Neither is significantly developed within the Hosenbein pluton.
Compaction driven by the weight of overlying cumulates, on the other hand, is unlikely because the cumulus minerals had similar to lower density relative to the intercumulus melt.
neous cumulates part I: geochemical consequences for cumulates and liquid fractionation trends.
Compaction of igneous cumulates part II: compaction and the development of igneous foliations.