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Synonyms for image

Synonyms for image

something that is reflected


one exactly resembling another

the character projected or given by someone to the public

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

to copy (another) slavishly

to send back or form an image of

Synonyms for image

(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world

a standard or typical example

someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)

(mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined

the general impression that something (a person or organization or product) presents to the public

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a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture)

render visible, as by means of MRI

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25) Since, however, he says they are not his, are we allowed to suppose that Theaetetus inspired in him a phantom image of Theaetetus that he generously imputed to Theaetetus himself?
It also underscores the need to separate the Protagorean thesis that soul is to the speech of soul as condition is to symptom from the Socratic thesis that soul, without philosophy, necessarily completes what it knows with a phantom image of what it knows.
The missing dialogue Philosopher, which would have been the truth of which the Sophist and Statesman are two phantom images, could never have been written without Plato's reversion to Socrates' or Theodorus's narration of it.
The optical density of the film at the center of the phantom image changes no more than [+ or -] 0.
Like the phantom image test, the system artifact evaluation tests the entire mammography system, but allows the medical physicist to determine whether artifacts are caused by the cassette, film, mammography unit or the processor.
The ACR formed five committees charged with research and analysis of data; the development of mammography-specific curricula for radiologic technologists, radiologists and medical physicists; and investigation of methods of image quality assessment, with particular emphasis on the correlation between clinical image quality and phantom image quality.
Our results demonstrate that standard FBP reconstruction algorithms for projection data may alter the boundary structure of two-phase phantom images in such a way that measurements of boundary length are substantially affected.
Phantom images also must be submitted, which usually requires purchasing the necessary phantom and hiring a physicist to assist with the scanning and measurement.
veil phantom images, including a fragment of Raphael's religious icon afloat in a giant ear and the ghostly head of Dali's brother, also named Salvador, who died nine months before the artist's own birth.
A new 13-floor office building at Helsinki-Vantaa airport, Finland reportedly causes reflections and phantom images on the radar screens of the primary radar at the air traffic control.
The Associated Press reports that air traffic controllers around the country claim phantom images of other planes often appear on airliners' cockpit computers.
The first of the two-part accreditation process includes the review of credentials of physicians, physicists and technologists; the second part involves the acquisition of clinical and phantom images and corresponding data for each.
The team of radiographers took phantom images with and without the surgical instruments to prove their theory.
Working in teams, attendees will work through several patient studies, each of which includes a case history complete with mammographic images and ultrasound, MRI, or phantom images as appropriate.
Phantom images, patient radiographs and historical photos enhance the text.