good continuation

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a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive a line as continuing its established direction

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This first method to reconstruct corneal mosaics is based on the "good continuation" principle from the Gestalt Theory.
This algorithm is a strict implementation of the "good continuation": every segment can potentially be continued to another one and every pair of segment is thus tested.
The main drawback of the "good continuation" algorithm is obvious: no information about the distance between the segments is used in order to avoid (for example) the cross-over of two continuations.
I wish you a good continuation with your New African.
"We were able to do that and it has been a good continuation of our pre-season work."
Finally, it indicates the number of observations available in the constant sample--a sample in which institutions must have reported good continuation rate data (as well as other data for the multivariate analysis) in every year of this study to be included.
Data for all institution/year observations between 1996-97 and 2001-2002 for which good continuation rate data are available are used in each case.
Dayton Hudson's Kaplan noted a "good continuation of more elegant, casual merchandise."
Three away points this weekend will be a good continuation and a good distraction from that other event in London (with its attached emotion of jealousy!).