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  1. ... Lond.; 1909, iij 98.5.���Hastings (C. S.) The error of collimation in the human eye. Am. J. Sc, N. Haven, 1905, 4. s., xix, 310-314. -----. On a group of visual phenomena depending upon optical errors of the human eye. Ibid., 401-412. ��� Hau- ...
  2. NLM Digital Collections - Instruments and methods of physical measurement 
    Publication: Easton, Pa. : The Eschenbach Printing House, 1892
    ... the telescope for error of collima- tion.���The error of collimation is that due to the non-coincidence of the point of intersection of the cross-wires with the optic axis of the lenses. The error is detected by rotating the telescope in its ...
  3. NLM Digital Collections - Annual of the National Academy of Sciences for 1863/64 
    Publication: Cambridge : Welch, Bigelow, and Company, Printers to the University, 1865
    ... and amount of flexure by comparisons of the error of collimation deduced from re- versing the telescope on a ...
  4. NLM Digital Collections - A dictionary of arts and sciences (Volume 2) 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Published by Isaac Peirce ..., 1815-1816
    ... it is more commonly called, the line of collimation, kc Now when the stars or planets are ... is generally situated so that the line of collimation ofthe telescope may move in the plane ofthe ...
  5. ... must be moved one-half the quantity of error, by turning the little screws ... to the Line of Collimation.��� Move the telescope till it lies in the ...
  6. ... the details on the energy source, beam angles, collimation techniques, body immobilization systems, imaging used for treatment ... the device and photon energy, radiation beam angles, collimation technique, body immobilization technique, treatment planning imaging, treatment ...
  7. ... microscopes, and whose proportions made the axis of collimation of each, equidistant from the anterior edge of ...
  8. ... H, Kono A, et al. Influence of detector collimation and beam pitch for identification and image quality ...
  9. ... variation in the number of detectors, reconstruction interval, collimation, and slice thickness. The number of reading radiologists ... nonadherence, issues with preparation or CTC examination, technical error). 50 – 52 , 169 , 183 Only three studies used ...
  10. ... meas- ured by first bringing into line of collimation the observing tel- escope and collimator, so that ... resent the axes of the two telescopes in collimation and making any undetermined angles with the two ...
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