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designating an airship having a shape maintained only by internal gas pressure and without a supporting structure

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An automatic nonrigid registration for stained histological sections.
Nonrigid registration using free-form deformations: application to breast MR images.
For example, the implications of Kripke's account of rigid and nonrigid designation for the problem of negative existentials is never discussed.
Furthermore, it can be observed from Tables 1 and 2 that the recognition rates for the depth only under the same view achieved by the Bosphorus database are higher than the results achieved under the corresponding head rotations by low quality data in the CurtinFaces dataset; the reason for this phenomena is that (1) in terms of depth precision high precision models provide more robust and accurate projection for texture rendering, thus producing more realistic rendered view compared with its low precision counterparts; (2) as in this paper, we did not handle nonrigid deformations (i.
Shojaifard, "Automatic classification of left ventricular regional wall motion abnormalities in echocardiography images using nonrigid image registration," Journal of Digital Imaging, vol.
8] presented a comprehensive error model of three-axis CNC machine tool on the assumption of nonrigid body.
finding the optimal design solution, when aforementioned restrictions caused by nonrigid connections are "transferred" into the set objective functions, because the parameters of these connections depend on object design parameters and its producing technology.
After her treatment, she has been able to gradually practice ballroom dancing and nonrigid exercises.
Braudeau E, Frangi JP, Mohtar RH (2004) Characterizing nonrigid aggregated soil-water medium using its shrinkage curve.
Many different forms of treatment have been used to manage such fractures like open reduction and nonrigid fixation with transosseous wires, circummandibular wires, AO reconstruction plates, mini dynamic com- pression plates, compression plates, lag screws and non compression plates.
Houmard, "Maximum Size of a Nonrigid Airship," in AIAA Paper 1986-2736, October (1986).
Badler, Virtual humans for animation, ergonomics, and simulation, Proceedings of the IEEE Nonrigid and Articulated Motion Workshop, 1997, pp.
In 1921, the Navy flew the first nonrigid dirigible to use helium; the C-7 traveled from Hampton Roads, Virginia, to Washington, D.
This approach allows the construction of mini-airships with shapes that are difficult to implement with nonrigid or semirigid hulls.
At present and in the near future, there is not a considerable alternative to nonrigid pavement of bitumenbased materials.