OPTICAL


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OPTICALOptics and Topography Involving the Cornea and Lens
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I made him touch the mirrors and the iron tree and the branches and explained to him, by optical laws, all the luminous imagery by which we were surrounded and of which we need not allow ourselves to be the victims, like ordinary, ignorant people.
By a strange optical delusion the whole sea appeared to rise upon her in one overwhelming heave of its silky surface, where in one spot a smother of foam broke out ferociously.
It is demonstrable that the scratches are going everywhere impartially and it is only your candle which produces the flattering illusion of a concentric arrangement, its light falling with an exclusive optical selection.
That wall," explained the Shaggy Man, "is what is called an optical illusion.
I have read about them, Geordie, and though they are better than the others, I am not satisfied with these optical delusions, as I call them.
There is an optical illusion about every person we meet.
Jesus, the "providential man," is a good man on whom many people are agreed that these optical laws shall take effect.
Details of the technology used in this switch were presented at ECOC-IOOC 2003 (European Conference on Optical Communication/International Conference on Integrated Optics and Optical Fibre Communications), held in Rimini, Italy starting September 21.
Factors leading to optical RAID's inability to mark a strong presence in the data center environment may be threefold: Lack of considerable price point advantage in comparison to magnetic tape, lack of performance advantage, and lack of consumer demand.
An optical disk provides greater storage capacities than do magnetic tapes or disks.
Proven DWDM optical technology from NEC, combined with core optical switching hardware and software from Tellium, will give carriers a high- capacity, reliable and cost-effective mesh network solution with a smaller footprint that requires less power and maintenance.