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The sample size to estimate the mean of ten traits, with estimation error equal to 1% of the mean and 95% of confidence, in fruits from Sao Borja fluctuated between 59 and 6,128 fruits, respectively for the evaluation of skin luminosity and skin weight (Table 2).
Cloud based hosting and delivery via our Luminosity Learning Management System
The luminosity 100-normalization (Doi,2012b) was applied as the method for normalization of brightness of the entire area of the grayscale image.
L] is the luminosity distance, [chi] the comoving distance, a the scale factor at the time of emission, t the time which is equal to zero at the origin set at the center of the sphere from which light is emitted, and [t.
These are applied with felt and Q-tips in acrylic ink that maintains a sense of fluidity and captures the luminosity of the support.
We summarize the properties of our public Internal Luminosity Function (ILF) database for Gamma-Ray Bursts (GRBs) and discuss some initial analyses.
Embedded software company LynuxWorks Inc has introduced the Luminosity Integrated Development Environment (IDE), a Linux and Solaris-based IDE powered by the Eclipse platform.
Set against the ever-changing Spanish skies, the facade possesses mirage-like qualities, as shades of colour, angles of inclination and degrees of opacity combine to mysteriously freeze the skin in liquid form, with depth, luminosity and reflectivity in constant flux.
Turner (1775-1851), the British painter whose wholly original treatment of luminosity late in his career inspired the Impressionists and revolutionized art.
She reminds us that we are spiritual beings who possess a luminosity powerful enough to transform our humanity pass our limitations.
The use of glazing and detailing and a rich color pallette infuses his paintings with a luminosity usually seen in sacred altar pieces.