asr-e yax (#)
Fr.: âge de glace
A major interval of geologic time during which extensive ice sheets (continental → glaciers) formed over many parts of the world. There have been at least five significant ice ages in Earth's history, with approximately a dozen epochs of glacial expansion occurring in the past 1 million years. The last one ran from about 75,000 to 15,000 years ago.
1) vine, tasvir (#); 2) vine gereftan, ~ bardâštan
1) In an optical system, the point to which light rays are converged (real image) or
from which they appear to diverge (virtual image) after reflection or refraction.
From O.Fr. image, from L. imaginem (nom. imago) "copy, picture, likeness " from stem of imitari "to copy, imitate," from im-, stem of imitare "to copy, imitate" + -ago noun suffix.
1) Vine, from (Sorani) Kurd. vina or vena "image, picture; similar,"
from vin/ven, variant of bin, present stem of dîtin, Pers.
didan "to see, to look;" cf. Taleshi vinde "to see," Tati vindiyan
"to see," Persian bin-, didan "→ see."
The relation between "image" and "see"
is probably from the fact that the image of a subject can be seen without its presence.
hamafzâyeš-e vinehâ, ~ tasvirhâ
Fr.: addition d'images
The process of adding several usually low-exposure images to create an image having a significantly higher signal/noise ratio.
tigeš-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: correction de l'image brouillée
A technique using a mathematical model of the blurring process to recover the original, sharp image. See also → blurred image.
diseš-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: formation de l'image
The meeting of light rays emanating from an object after crossing an optical system.
tanugar-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: intensificateur d'image
Device that produces an observable image that is brighter at output than the image at input.
hâmon-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: plan d'image
The plane in which is formed an image produced by an → optical system.
noqte-ye vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: point image
One of the points constituting an extended image formed in an → optical system.
âmâyeš-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: traitement d'image
The use of techniques to produce, extract, identify, and display images for evaluation, interpretation, and further interaction with the data.
cunâ-ye vineh, ~ tasvir
Fr.: qualité d'image
1) The degree of visibility of relevant → information
in an image.
vâgošud-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: résolution d'image
The separation between two detached but adjacent points in an image.
bâzsâzi-ye vine, ~ tasvir (#)
Fr.: restauration d'image
The process by virtue of which the original image can be created by removing the blurring and the noise that occur during image formation.
marpel-e vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: échelle de l'image
The quantity that relates the length on the image to the angular or physical separations on the sky.
fazâ-ye vine, ~ tasvir
Fr.: espace image
lule-ye vinegar, ~ tasvigar
Fr.: tube imageur
A device for amplifying faint images by electronic means. Electrons, released when the incident radiation forms a pattern on a photocathode, are accelerated by a magnetic field so that they form a second, brighter image when they strike a phosphor screen.
An electronic device which records images.
1) The formation of mental images, figures, or likenesses of things, or of such images
Noun from → imager.
asr-e âhan (#)
Fr.: âge du fer
The period generally occurring after the → Bronze Age, marked by the widespread use of iron. Its date and context vary depending on the country or geographical region. The Indo-European Hittites are the first people to work iron, in the Asia Minor, from about 1500 BC.
Any means of conveying or communicating ideas; specifically, human speech.
M.E., from O.Fr. langage, from L. lingua "tongue; speech, language."
Zabân "tongue; language," from Mid.Pers. uzwân "tongue; language;" O.Pers. hzanm, hizânam "tongue," Av. hizuua-, hizū- "tongue;" cf. Skt. jivhā- "tongue;" L. lingua "tongue, speech, language;" O.Ir. tenge; Welsh tafod; Lith. liezuvis; O.C.S. jezyku; M.Du. tonghe; Du. tong; O.H.G. zunga; Ger. Zunge; Goth. tuggo; PIE base *dnghwa-.
Fr.: paléontologie linguistique
An approach in which terms reconstructed in the → proto-language are used to make inferences about its speakers' culture and environment.