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  • 1 OPTICS — (Ordering Points To Identify the Clustering Structure, etwa ‚Punkte ordnen um die Clusterstruktur zu identifizieren‘) ist ein dichtebasierter Algorithmus zur Clusteranalyse. Er wurde von Mihael Ankerst, Markus M. Breunig, Hans Peter Kriegel und… …

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  • 2 Optics — Студийный альбом I:Scintilla …

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  • 3 optics — UK US /ˈɒptɪks/ noun [U] COMMUNICATIONS, IT ► the study of light or the use of light in technical instruments: »The phone uses advanced optics to provide a sharp display …

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  • 4 Optics — Op tics, n. [Cf. F. optique, L. optice, Gr. ? (sc. ?). See {Optic}.] That branch of physical science which treats of the nature and properties of light, the laws of its modification by opaque and transparent bodies, and the phenomena of vision.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 optics — (n.) science of sight and light, 1570s, from OPTIC (Cf. optic); also see ICS (Cf. ics) …

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  • 6 optics — ► PLURAL NOUN (usu. treated as sing. ) ▪ the branch of science concerned with vision and the behaviour of light …

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  • 7 optics — [äp′tiks] n. [< OPTIC] the branch of physics dealing with the nature and properties of light and vision …

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  • 8 Optics — For the book by Sir Isaac Newton, see Opticks. Optical redirects here. For the musical artist, see Optical (artist). Optics includes study of dispersion of light. Optics is the branch of …

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  • 9 optics — /op tiks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of physical science that deals with the properties and phenomena of both visible and invisible light and with vision. [1605 15; < ML optica < Gk optiká, n. use of neut. pl. of OPTIKÓS; see OPTIC,… …

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  • 10 optics — Synonyms and related words: Newtonian physics, acoustics, actinology, actinometry, aerophysics, applied physics, astrophysics, basic conductor physics, biophysics, catoptrics, chemical physics, cryogenics, crystallography, cytophysics, dioptrics …

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  • 11 optics — /ˈɒptɪks/ (say optiks) noun 1. the branch of physical science that deals with the properties and phenomena of light and with vision. –phrase 2. the optics of …, the overall impression made by …: the optics of the last week have not been good for… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 12 optics — noun a) The physics of light and vision. The optics of this telescope are particularly good. b) The light related aspects of a device. Id be interested to know whether US authorities proffered any advice on the optics: Ixnay on the torture… …

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  • 13 optics — [[t]ɒ̱ptɪks[/t]] N UNCOUNT Optics is the branch of science concerned with vision, sight, and light. → See also fibre optics …

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  • 14 optics — noun Optics is used after these nouns: ↑fibre …

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  • 15 optics — UK [ˈɒptɪks] / US [ˈɑptɪks] noun 1) [uncountable] the scientific study of sight and light 2) [singular] the way a situation looks to the general public The optics of this protest will either take it to historic highs, or cause it fall apart… …

    English dictionary

  • 16 optics — optika statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. optics vok. Optik, f rus. оптика, f pranc. optique, f …

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  • 17 optics — optika statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. optics vok. Optik, f rus. оптика, f pranc. optique, f …

    Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • 18 optics — See fiber optics …

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  • 19 optics — n.pl. (treated as sing.) the scientific study of sight and the behaviour of light, or of other radiation or particles (electron optics) …

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  • 20 optics — noun plural but singular in construction Date: 1579 a science that deals with the genesis and propagation of light, the changes that it undergoes and produces, and other phenomena closely associated with it …

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