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The features it spotted have been analyzed before, but the new study uses a new computer model that can recognize surface deformations indicating large block structures in the lithosphere.

Using design software, it re-creates all car makes and models that its AI needs to recognize and then renders them with different colors, damages, and deformations under different lighting conditions, against different backgrounds.

Hipwell’s group recently developed a computer model that accounts for the effects of electroadhesion, moisture and the deformation of skin pressing against glass.

Adhesive proteins enable cells to attach to one another and to sense mechanical forces and deformations.

The team also found no other correlations between subsequent Steamboat eruptions and seismic activity, land deformation or thermal emissions.

A slow, surreal tide of deformation has appeared throughout the city.

The title—The Great Deformation—and tale of the decline you describe has an Old Testament-prophet quality to it.

Its structures embrace nearly every known type of deformation.

After the initial location of the folds along these lines, compression and deformation continued.

Therefore the presence of flat heads (artificial deformation being excluded) in equatorial Venezuela is not surprising.

The unital deformation produced by the stress is called the strain, for example, compression per unit of volume.

Now when we say that the Euclidean motions are the true motions without deformation, what do we mean?


On this page you'll find 109 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deformation, such as: deformity, anamorphosis, crookedness, dislocation, grimace, and malformation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.