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The Origin - Vortech - The Occlusion (File)


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  1. Oct 01,  · occlusion (countable and uncountable, plural occlusions) The process of occluding, or something that occludes. Anything that obstructs or closes a vessel or canal. (medicine, dentistry) The alignment of the teeth when upper and lower jaws are brought together. (meteorology) An occluded front.
  2. Tian et al. [50] developed extensive part detectors using weakly annotated humans to handle occlusion problems occurred in pedestrian detection. Li et al. [34] presented a scale-aware DNN which adaptively combines the outputs from a large-size sub-network and a small-size one to generate robust detection results at different scales.
  3. occlusion top: in a cold-front occlusion cold air moves under a mass of warm air and under the cool air in front bottom: in a warm-front occlusion cool air moves under a mass of warm air while riding over the cold air in front oc·clu·sion (ə-klo͞o′zhən) n. 1. a. The process of occluding. b. Something that occludes. 2. Medicine An obstruction of.
  4. The aim of this series of papers is to explore the role of occlusion in dental practice. The range of opinion in the dental profession as to the importance of occlusion is enormous. 1 It is very.
  5. occlusion definition: Occlusion is defined as fitting together or obstructing. (noun) An example of an occlusion is when the top and bottom teeth fit together when the jaws are closed together. An example of an occlusion is when a blood vessel is bloc.
  6. Jun 07,  · In centric occlusion, contact forces directed toward the ridges according to the linear occlusal concept [Figure 5a]. In a right lateral position, the contact forces toward the ridge on the working side and slightly toward the buccal side of the lower ridge on the balancing side at a .
  7. The occlusion map is used to provide information about which areas of the model should receive high or low indirect lighting. Indirect lighting comes from ambient lighting and reflections, so steep concave parts of your model like a crack or a fold would not realistically receive much indirect light.
  8. Occlusion is defined as the contact relationship of the maxillary and mandibular teeth when the mouth is fully closed. Understanding perfectly those concepts will not only help you score more points in the dental hygiene board exams but will also make you a stellar clinician that everyone would want to work with!

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