NPP/ NPOESS Product Data Format. Richard E. Ullman NOAA/NESDIS/IPO • NASA/GSFC/NPP Algorithm Division • System Engineering Data/Information Architecture richard.ullman@nasa.gov. Scope.

ByWarm Up 1. Translate the triangle with vertices A (2, –1), B (4, 3), and C (–5, 4) along the vector <2, 2>. A' (4,1), B' (6, 5), C (–3, 6). 2. ∆ ABC ~ ∆ JKL . Find the value of JK. Objective. Identify and draw dilations.

ByIntroduction to Wavelets. By Burd Alex. List of topics. Why transform? Why wavelets? Wavelets like basis components. Wavelets examples. Fast wavelet transform . Wavelets like filter. Wavelets advantages. Why transform?. Image representation. Noise in Fourier spectrum.

ByTransformation Geometry Dilations. What is a Dilation?. Dilation is a transformation that produces a figure similar to the original by proportionally shrinking or stretching the figure. Dilated PowerPoint Slide. Proportionally. Let’s take a look….

ByEnlargements. Last one of these - honest. Most complicated transformation. Can make the shape larger or smaller in size. The position of the centre of enlargement determines where the image will be, the scale factor determines the size. Keywords.

ByMonday, 21 October 2019. Enlargements. Objective: Transform a shape given a centre of enlargement and a scale factor (including negative and fractional). Enlarge this triangle by a scale factor of 3. Enlarge this triangle by a scale factor of 3. X 3. 6. 2. 1. 3. X 3.

ByHAAS UNIQUE G-CODES. UNIQUE MILL G-CODES. G12/13 - CIRCULAR POCKET MILLING G51 - SCALING G53 - NON-MODAL MACHINE COORDINATE SYSTEM G68 - ROTATION G101 - MIRROR IMAGE G150 GENERAL PURPOSE POCKET MILLING. OVERVIEW. Description of Codes Code Format Effects of Settings Unique Features

ByYear 10 Term 1 Higher (Unit 8 ) REFLECTION, ROTATION AND TRANSLATION. Key Concepts. Examples. A reflection creates a mirror image of a shape on a coordinate graph. The mirror line is given by an equation eg . The shape does not change in size.

ByThe Consequences of a Dynamical Dark Energy Density on the Evolution of the Universe. By Christopher Limbach, Alexander Luce, and Amanda Stiteler. Background image: Andrey Kravtsov., University of Chicago, 2003. Presentation Overview. Image by Martin Altmann, Observatory Hoher List, 1997.

ByKS3 Mathematics. S4 Coordinates and transformations 1. Reflection. An object can be reflected in a mirror line or axis of reflection to produce an image of the object. For example,.

ByChapter 6 Lesson 3 Scale Drawings & Models pgs. 276-280. What you will learn: Use scale drawings Construct scale drawings. Vocabulary. Scale drawing/scale model (276): is used to represent an object that is too large or too small to be drawn or built at actual sizes

ByLecture 40 Cosmology IV. In spite of all this, there are arguments that Omega must be 1 There is observational evidence that space is Euclidean, not curved “Inflation” (see p634) requires Omega to be 1 If Omega is approximately 1, it is probably exactly 1 (??!!!***).

BySimilar shapes. Cuboid A is enlarged with scale factor k to obtain B. Find expressions for the surface area & volume of B. Write down expressions for the surface area & volume of A. x. A. B. z. y. V A =xyz. V B =kxkykz=k 3 (xyz). S A =2(xy+xz+yz). S B =2(kxky+kxkz+kykz)

By2-D and 3-D Blind Deconvolution of Even Point-Spread Functions. Andrew E. Yagle and Siddharth Shah Dept. of EECS, The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI . Presentation Overview. Problem Statement Problem Relevance 1-D Blind Deconvolution of Even PSFs

ByDilations. We are learning to transform an object by performing a dilation. Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Vocabulary. Dilation - A transformation in which an object is altered by expanding or shrinking all sides of the figure by the same amount .

ByDilations. A dilation is a transformation that changes the size but not the shape of an object or figure. Every dilation has a fixed point that is called the center of dilation. Dilations. To dilate an object: 1) Graph object if necessary.

ByThe vertices of quadrilateral KLMN are K (– 6, 6), L (– 3, 6), M (0, 3), and N (– 6, 0). Use scalar multiplication to find the image of KLMN after a dilation with its center at the origin and a scale factor of . Graph KLMN and its image. . K L M N. K ’ L ’ M ’ N ’.

By( x , y ) (2 x , 2 y ). A (2, 1) L (4, 2). B (4, 1) M (8, 2). C (4, –1) N (8, –2). D (1, –1) P (2, –2). EXAMPLE 1. Draw a dilation with a scale factor greater than 1.

ByA scale factor (SF) more than 1 increases the size of an object, so SF of 2 doubles the size. A scale factor less than 1 reduces the size of an object, so a SF ½ halves the size. Two pieces of information are required to ‘enlarge’ a shape. 1. Centre of enlargement. 2. Scale factor. X.

ByView Scale factor PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Scale factor PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Scale factor presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.