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*  Ambiguous image
The orientation of the contours of different textures in an image can determine which objects are grouped together. Generally, ... If the components of an object perceived are in the same position and orientation of an object in memory, recognition is ... For example, two objects with varying distances and orientations from the viewer may appear to be proximal to each other, while ... They can vary in similarity of colour, size, orientation and other properties, but will ultimately be grouped together with ...
*  Orientation
... may refer to: Map orientation, the relationship between directions on a map and compass directions Orientation ( ... in the correct direction of migration Orientation (sign language), the orientation of the hands when signing "Orientation" ( ... Orientation (EP), a 2001 album by Sonata Arctica Page orientation, the way in which a rectangular page is oriented for normal ... Orientation (housing), the position of a building with respect to the sun, a concept in building design Student orientation, ...
*  Entrepreneurial orientation
... (EO) is a firm-level strategic orientation which captures an organization's strategy-making ... As a core firm strategic orientation, the breadth and depth of research on EO continues to expand as the concept is adopted to ... Entrepreneurial orientation has most frequently been assessed using a nine-item psychometric instrument developed by Jeff Covin ... Entrepreneurial orientation has become one of the most established and researched constructs in the entrepreneurship literature ...
*  Orientation (Heroes)
"Orientation" is the first episode of the fourth season of the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes and the 60th episode ... Heisler, Steve (September 22, 2009). "Orientation/Jump, Push, Fall". The A.V. Club. Retrieved November 17, 2013. Canning, ... Robert (September 22, 2009). "Heroes: "Orientation / Jump, Push, Fall" Review". IGN. Retrieved November 17, 2013. Orientation ...
*  Future orientation
It also provides a behavioral and neurological basis for future orientation. This approach to understanding future orientation ... Time orientation refers to the direction (i.e., past, present, or future) that most commonly motivates a person's behavior and ... Infants' future orientation was observed in relation to the area they fixated before appearance of the picture (the side they ... Evidence of future orientation has been identified as early as 2 months of age. Babies anticipated events through eye movements ...
*  Orientation (mental)
Orientation is a function of the mind involving awareness of three dimensions: time, place and person. Problems with ... Assessment of mental orientation typically lands within the immediate top three priorities: Safety - Assess the area safety ( ... Mental orientation is closely related, and often intermixed with trauma shock, including physical shock (see: Shock ( ... Disorientation is the opposite of orientation. It is a cognitive disability in which the senses of time, direction, and ...
*  Goal orientation
The goal orientation literature has examined the relationships among goal orientation and various proximal (e.g., self-efficacy ... Learning goal orientation has also been separated into two categories learning approach orientation and learning avoid ... Throughout the goal orientation literature, many studies have examined relationships between goal orientation and various ... Individuals with a learning goal orientation (sometimes referred to as mastery goal orientation or abbreviated as LGO), seek to ...
*  Page orientation
... is also used to describe the dimensions of a video display. The most common video display orientation is ... Page orientation is the way in which a rectangular page is oriented for normal viewing. The two most common types of ... Portrait screen orientation is also used for computer displays, though less commonly than landscape, and is the most popular ... Portrait orientation is still used occasionally within some arcade and home titles (either giving the option of using black ...
*  Achievement Orientation
... mastery orientation or performance orientation. A mastery orientation is characterized by the belief that success is the result ... Achievement orientations play a critical role in explaining academic performance. An individual's achievement orientation has a ... achievement orientations. Social influences, particularly parents and peers, affect the achievement orientation of students. ... A mastery-avoidance orientation describes individuals who want to avoid doing worse than they have done before or failing to ...
*  Orientation (Lost)
"Orientation" at ABC "Orientation" on IMDb "Orientation" at TV.com. ... "Orientation" is the third episode of the second season of Lost and the 28th episode overall. The episode was directed by Jack ...
*  Orientation sensing
An orientation sensor can be found in some digital cameras. By recording the orientation at the time of capture, the camera's ...
*  Student orientation
... or new student orientation (often encapsulated into an Orientation week, Frosh Week, Welcome Week or ... Freshman orientation lasts a few days or a week, on the other hand, transfer student orientation will typically last between ... Many universities will hold another student orientation similar to freshman orientation for these transfer students. ... This orientation week is a time for many social events, and is often a reason for alcohol fests. Flat warmings are often held ...
*  Coin orientation
There are essentially two options, referred to as medallic orientation and coin orientation. Medallic orientation (or medal ... For this reason, 'coin orientation' is used in the United States to express the opposite of 'medal orientation'. Coins with ... Coin orientation (or coin alignment or variations of these) is a feature of coins struck by some nations. In these nations, ... In Britain this is sometimes referred to as "British turnover". Coins with medallic orientation include British coinage and ...
*  Service-orientation
"Impact of service orientation at the business level" provided a study of how the service-orientation paradigm relates to ... which are essential characteristics of service-orientation. The key features of ODP are all inherited by service-orientation, ... Service-orientation has received a lot of attention since 2003 due to the benefits it promises. These include increased return ... Service-orientation is a design paradigm for computer software in the form of services. The principles of service-oriented ...
*  Orientation character
... which captures which loops are orientation reversing and which are orientation preserving. The orientation character defines a ... The orientation character is either trivial or has kernel an index 2 subgroup, which determines the map completely. Whitney ... In algebraic topology, a branch of mathematics, an orientation character on a group π {\displaystyle \pi } is a group ... The orientation character is an algebraic structure on the fundamental group of a manifold, ...
*  Orientation tensor
... with E1 being the primary orientation of clast orientation/dip, E2 being the secondary and E3 being the tertiary, in terms of ... The clast orientation is defined as the Eigenvector, on a compass rose of 360°. Dip is measured as the Eigenvalue, the modulus ... The output for the orientation tensor is in the three orthogonal (perpendicular) axes of space. Eigenvectors output from ... orientation and dip can be summarized in a 3-D space by six numbers. In the field, a geologist may collect such data for ...
*  Bipolar orientation
... a bipolar orientation or st-orientation of an undirected graph is an assignment of a direction to each edge (an orientation) ... In a graph containing edge st, an orientation is bipolar if and only if it is acyclic and the orientation formed by reversing ... A graph has a bipolar orientation if and only if it has an st-numbering. For, if it has a bipolar orientation, then an st- ... the same condition as the existence of a bipolar orientation), and it can be found in linear time. An st-orientation may be ...
*  Orientation (geometry)
... except by observing how the orientation evolves in time from a known starting orientation. For example, the orientation in ... Likewise, the orientation of a plane can be described with two values as well, for instance by specifying the orientation of a ... The attitude of a rigid body is its orientation as described, for example, by the orientation of a frame fixed in the body ... In general the position and orientation in space of a rigid body are defined as the position and orientation, relative to the ...
*  Orientation column
... of orientation columns were discovered. Pinwheels are the location where multiple orientation columns converge. Orientation ... Orientation columns are located in the primary visual cortex also known as the striate cortex. These orientation columns are ... These neurons are highly discriminatory for visual orientations and their motion. Most of the cells in orientation columns are ... The theory of Moire interference patterns governing the orientation map predicts the existence of orientation scotomas. This is ...
*  Character orientation
... is how people relate to the world by acquiring and using things (assimilation) and by relating to self ... In other words, the character of any given person is a blend of all, or some of the orientations, but where one is more ... The basis of character orientation comes from Freud who said that character traits underlie behavior and that they must be ... They have fewer positive qualities than the other orientations because they are essentially empty. There is a healthy ...
*  Orientation entanglement
This is an example of orientation entanglement: the new orientation of the coffee cup embedded in the room is not actually the ... Note that after this rotation, the cup has been returned to its original orientation, but that its orientation with respect to ... Stated another way, the orientation of the coffee cup has become entangled with the orientation of the surrounding walls. ... A full rotation will move the vector around so that the new orientation of the vector is the same as the old one. The vector ...
*  Orientation (EP)
Orientation is Sonata Arctica's second EP released on August 22, 2001 through the label Spinefarm Records. All tracks written ...
*  Strong orientation
Totally cyclic orientations are dual to acyclic orientations (orientations that turn G into a directed acyclic graph) in the ... Eulerian orientations and well-balanced orientations provide important special cases of strong orientations; in turn, strong ... if flipping the orientation of an edge produces an acyclic orientation) then the acyclic orientation formed by reversing st is ... Every bipolar orientation is related to a strong orientation in this way. If G is a 3-edge-connected graph, and X and Y are any ...
*  Nuclear orientation
... , AccessScience. General Idea of Nuclear Orientation, Nuclear Orientation Group, University of Oxford, UK. B ... There is now a Nuclear Orientation Group at Oxford. K. S. Krane, Nuclear orientation and nuclear structure. Hyperfine ... Nuclear orientation, in nuclear physics, is the directional ordering of an assembly of nuclear spins with respect to some axis ... In the early 1950s, Neville Robinson, Jim Daniels, and Michael Grace produced an example of nuclear orientation for the first ...
*  Vernacular orientation
... refers to the status that a language is afforded by one of its mother-tongue speakers (Tiessen, 2003). ... An example of research into vernacular orientation as expressed in a community can be found at [1]. This is a study on ... A speaker who exhibits positive vernacular orientation is one who exhibits a preferred status for their mother tongue in such ... Vernacular orientation is described in three areas of sociolinguistic behaviour: patterns of vernacular language use, ...