Definition of Paraxial. Meaning of Paraxial. Synonyms of Paraxial

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Definition of Paraxial

Paraxial
Paraxial Par*ax"i*al, a. [Pref. para- + axial.] (Anat.) On either side of the axis of the skeleton.

Meaning of Paraxial from wikipedia

- In geometric optics, the paraxial approximation is a small-angle approximation used in Gaussian optics and ray tracing of light through an optical system...
- Paraxial mesoderm, also known as presomitic or somitic mesoderm is the area of mesoderm in the neurulating embryo that flanks and forms simultaneously...
- Because of the paraxial inequality stated above, the ∂2u/∂z2 term is neglected in comparison with the k·∂u/∂z term. This yields the paraxial Helmholtz equation...
- three important components, the paraxial mesoderm, the intermediate mesoderm and the lateral plate mesoderm. The paraxial mesoderm forms the somitomeres...
- reasonably well by using the paraxial approximation. When discussing ray tracing this definition is often reversed: a "paraxial ray" is then a ray that is...
- (outdated term: primitive segments) are a set of bilaterally paired blocks of paraxial mesoderm that form in the embryonic stage of somitogenesis, along the head-to-tail...
- several components which develop into tissues: intermediate mesoderm, paraxial mesoderm, lateral plate mesoderm, and chorda-mesoderm. The chorda-mesoderm...
- calculations in sufficiently simple problems which can be solved considering only paraxial rays. Each optical element (surface, interface, mirror, or beam travel)...
- for the two transverse dimensions x and y. Arbitrary solutions of the paraxial Helmholtz equation can be expressed as combinations of Hermite–Gaussian...
- process by which somites form. Somites are bilaterally paired blocks of paraxial mesoderm that form along the anterior-posterior axis of the developing...
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