Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 5
Page No. 1109 - 1114

Specification of Site by the Tender Wavelength of Matter Skin Distribution on the Spread Recognition System

Authors : Jeong-Lae Kim, Hye-Ju Kim and Kee-Young Lee

Abstract: Spread-out alteration technology is constituted the wavelength status for skin distribution of the Glitter Recognition Rate (GRR) and Discrepancy Recognition Rate (DRR) on the spread-out recognition morph. The recognition rate condition by the spread-out recognition morph is associated with the flare-out wavelength system. As to search a dot of the tender alteration, we are constituted of the spread-out value for skin distribution with spread-out layer dot by the wavelength-signal. The concept of recognition rate is verified the reference of glitter and discrepancy rate for alteration signal by the spread-out wavelength morph. Moreover, showing a tender alteration of the GRR-DRR of the medium and minimum in terms of the spread-out-wavelength morph and spread-out dot wavelength that is obtained the a spread-out value of the far alteration of the Spro-RM-FA-βMED-MIN with 7.27±(-0.37) units, that was the a spread-out value of the convenient alteration of the Spro-RM-CO-βMED-MIN with 2.17±(-0.17) units, that was the a spread-out value of the flank alteration of the Spro-RM-FL-βMED-MIN with 0.53±0.10 units, that was the a spread-out value of the vicinage alteration of the Spro-RM-VI-βMED-MIN with 0.09±(-0.001) units. The flare-out wave length will be to assess at the ability of the spread-out-wave length morph for the control degree recognition rate on the GRR-DRR that is revealed the tender glitter and discrepancy morph by the recognition rate system. Flare-out recognition system will be possible to modify of a morph by the special signal and to count a spread-out data of flare-out wave length rate.

How to cite this article:

Jeong-Lae Kim, Hye-Ju Kim and Kee-Young Lee, 2018. Specification of Site by the Tender Wavelength of Matter Skin Distribution on the Spread Recognition System. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 1109-1114. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 18: 250-260.

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