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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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They found that the strain gradient can help prevent recombination by separating the light-excited electron-holes, enhancing the conversion efficiency of the solar cells.
"All of the gradients at Becoming Tile are on sale for all of 2019 to celebrate the launch of their new website and expanded product lines," said DeWald.
With several breakthroughs such as industry's first 6.3 inch 'Waterdrop Screen' design, high screen to body ratio of 90.8%, unique gradient colour design and a 3500 mAh battery, the OPPO F9 offers much more in addition to an excellent selfie function an immersive experience, fast charging and long-lasting battery.
Currently, the former is more commonly applied for processing GOCE gradient data for gravity field recovery, for example, the resolving of time-wise solution (Pail et al., 2011) and direct solution of the GOCE gravity field models (Bruinsma et al, 2010) by ESA DGM-1S (Hashemi et al, 2013), etc.
George Long, CEO OPPO Pakistan said, 'Everything that you can see in the world around you presents itself to your eyes only as an arrangement of patches of different colors and OPPO brought this arrangement to technology to the next level in its new Gradient F9.
The phone is claimed to have white with yellow and pink colours in a gradient fashion.
Moreover, to achieve a unified design, F9 for the first time applies a gradient design on the side frame, making the sides and the back a naturally connected whole.
The lenses have a built-in 'water gradient,' an engineering breakthrough that helps make them so comfortable, nine out of ten DAILIES TOTAL1EeA contact lens wearers agreed that the lens is so comfortable they didn't feel anything.
Using clinically defined cut-offs for transpulmonary gradient (>12 mm Hg), pulmonary vascular resistance (3 Woods units), and diastolic pulmonary gradient (≥7 mm Hg), the frequency of precapillary PH was 12.6, 8.8, and 3.5 percent, respectively.
Then, according to the chaotic characteristics of the spatial distribution and the gradient direction of the edge pixels on the boundary of the defective areas, the feature vector, which evaluates quantitatively the significant degree of the defect characteristics by using the gradient direction information entropy and the uniform local binary patterns, was constructed.
In relation to prior studies using column percolation tests, Yong (2001) adopted a hydraulic gradient of the order of 55, Morandini and Leite (2015) adopted a hydraulic gradient of the order of 50, based on recommendations of the standard ASTM D 4874 (American Society for Testing and Materials [ASTM], 1995) it could be used a hydraulic gradient of 24, and Rojas, Consoli, and Heineck (2007) worked with a maximum hydraulic gradient of approximately 92.
Next, the defects of microgroovemachining are identified on the gradient edge formed by the method.
Now even the most novice of needlecrafters can add a whole new dimension to their knitting projects by utilizing gradient colors with help from "Gradient Knits: 10 Lessons and Projects Using Ombre, Stranded Colorwork, Slip-Stitch, and Texture" by Tanis Grey (who was the Yarn Editor of Vogue Knitting).
Google announced Tuesday the launch of Gradient Ventures, a venture fund designed to target and invest in young startups focusing on artificial intelligence development.
ABSTRACT: Blurred face image restoration algorithm by using image gradient magnitude prior model is presented.