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to alter and spoil the natural form or appearance of

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Therefore, the optimization of material properties between deformable objects with different mesh resolutions is required to provide the coherent behavior of the same deformable object in the various hardware platforms in real-time.
Although the dual-vehicle deformable part model has a better performance in detecting multivehicle targets, wherein vehicles are close to each other, the artificial design of vehicle feature extraction method will be always imperfectly local [24].
Among the solutions targeted for flexible tires, a first direction was given by Bekker, who expressed the basic idea of the replacement of a deformable wheel by a larger substitute circle.
Materiable integrates multi-modal sensation of haptics and builds a perspective model of demonstrating properties of deformable materials.
Security company Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) announced on Thursday that AOX Xinetics, a Northrop Grumman company and part of the Aerospace Products group, has successfully delivered a deformable mirror (DM) for the Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST),
The company stated that the pump demonstrator is produced from silicon wafers, which include a thin deformable membrane sealed over a fluidic cavity and fluidic valves determining inlet and outlet.
In contrast with the assumed properties of conventional terrain, that is, "hard" and "flat," planetary terrain is deformable and rough [9].
(i) The heart is a highly deformable object with a wide range motion.
The state of the art for obtaining CT contours particularly in a 4DCT is deformable registration [7-9] based segmentation.
The images show that the scientific discovery power of GeMS (derived from the Gemini Multi-conjugate adaptive optics System), which uses a potent combination of multiple lasers and deformable mirrors to remove atmospheric distortions (blurriness) from ground-based images.
Applications for flexible electronics can be found in smart textiles that require elastically deformable circuits, or circuits that need to be deformed only one-time, such as sensor layers that are embedded in composites to monitor structural health properties, or electronics embedded in randomly shaped plastics, such as lighting integrated in interior panels of cars.
The numerical method used is the deformable body spring model (DBSM) in which deformable elements are connected by linkage elements.
After exploring the relevance of Eshelby stress in the thermodynamic description of singular interfaces, the text focuses on fracture problems, microstructured media, systems with mass exchanges, and electromagnetic deformable media.