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Article | 30-November-2018

Research on Digital Camouflage Design and Camouflage Material of Tent Cloth

I. INTRODUCTION With the rapid development of space and space reconnaissance technology, the resolution of satellite imaging reconnaissance to the ground is getting higher and higher. Camouflage camouflage, as the most basic measure against military reconnaissance and weapon attack, is a common method of “weapon equipment” anti-reconnaissance detection, and also an important symbol of the camouflage technology level of a country. In the reconnaissance environment of multi-dimension

Zhiyi Hu, Tong Xian, Jun YU, Haitao Su

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 4 , ISSUE 1, 77–82

Article | 07-May-2018

The Research and Implementation of 3D Scene Simulation of Camouflage

Aiming at the problems in the camouflage design of military engineering, such as strong subjectivity and unpredictable camouflage effect, etc. We propose a 3D camouflage scene simulation method based on MFC and Vega Prime technologies. On the basis of real DEM data in an area in American, we use 3D visualization technique to create terrain model and ground object model. The camouflage pattern is applied to the surface of the model by texture mapping technology, and real-time rendering is used

Yu Jun, Li Zhonghua, Hu Zhiyi, Dai Jun

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 3 , ISSUE 1, 126–129

Article | 15-August-2021

A study of Class III treatment: orthodontic camouflage vs orthognathic surgery

Aim: To evaluate the differences in pretreatment and post-treatment characteristics of Class III patients treated with orthodontic camouflage or orthognathic surgery, and to compare the range of skeletal, dental and soft tissue changes that are likely to occur with treatment, with particular reference to the influence of extractions on the resultant incisor angulations. Method: Pretreatment and post-treatment cephalograms of 31 Class III orthodontically-camouflaged patients and 36 Class III

Katherine Georgalis, Michael G. Woods

Australasian Orthodontic Journal, Volume 31 , ISSUE 2, 138–148

Article | 20-July-2021

Reversing treatment from surgical orthodontics to camouflage therapy: a four-year follow-up

Patients in active treatment and transferred to another orthodontic clinic may present a difficult challenge for the receiving orthodontist. The purpose of this case report is to illustrate and discuss the orthodontic therapy of a 35-year-old male who had been prepared for orthognathic surgery, transferred to a different clinic and whose treatment was revised to involve orthodontic camouflage. A reflection of the difficulties in managing transferred patients is offered, and the consequences of

Dauro Douglas Oliveira, Giordani Santos Silveira, Larissa Salgado da Matta Cid Pinto, Bruno Franco Oliveira, Mariele Cristina Garcia Pantuzo

Australasian Orthodontic Journal, Volume 35 , ISSUE 1, 75–84

research-article | 12-October-2021

Class III malocclusion: a challenging treatment using miniscrews for extra anchorage

social and psychologic reasons, and current satisfaction with his facial profile and appearance. Therefore, orthodontic camouflage with the extraction of the lower first premolars and third molars, and dentoalveolar compensation using miniscrew anchorage was planned to correct the mandibular dental asymmetries and the occlusal relationship. A non-surgical orthodontic treatment option would reduce the risk of morbidity; however, there would be greater demands related to time and patient compliance.6

Mirian Aiko Nakane Matsumoto, Patrícia Maria Monteiro, Wendes Dias Mendes, José Tarcísio Lima Ferreira, Fábio Lourenço Romano, Maria Bernadete Sasso Stuani

Australasian Orthodontic Journal, Volume 37 , ISSUE 2, 227–236

research-article | 30-November-2020

Multidisciplinary management of an adult skeletal Class III patient with generalized aggressive periodontitis and canine-premolar transposition

had multiple diastemata, a skeletal Class III relationship, an anterior crossbite and a straight profile with a retruded upper lip. Therefore, orthodontic camouflage treatment was plan considered to mask the underlying skeletal problem. Two non-extraction treatment alternatives were identified upon presenting the treatment objectives. The first option was to keep the transposed order of the teeth by maintaining the first premolar in the canine region. The second alternative was to correct the

Sinem İnce-Bingöl, Mediha Nur Nişancı-Yılmaz, Burçak Kaya

Australasian Orthodontic Journal, Volume 37 , ISSUE 2, 165–175

research-article | 30-November-2021

Non-extraction camouflage treatment using extra-alveolar skeletal anchorage

-alveolar TSADs, the present case report describes the non-extraction camouflage treatment of an adult patient who presented with moderate crowding and a bilateral molar scissor-bite. Diagnosis and aetiology A 23-year-old female patient presented with the chief complaint of crowding. Her medical history was unremarkable but she showed temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disc displacement with reduction and intermittent locking. After a year of splint therapy conducted in the department of oral medicine, the

Young-Jun Lee, Jae Hyun Park, Na-Young Chang, Kang-Gyu Lee, Jong-Moon Chae

Australasian Orthodontic Journal, Volume 38 , ISSUE 1, 63–73

Article | 03-December-2014

SECURITY METHOD FOR COMBINATION STEGANOGRAPHY ALGORITHMS ON TRANSFORM DOMAIN FOR JPEG IMAGES

0.1 algorithm and F4 algorithm) to make use of it to provide more than level of protection for the secret message (image). When save the secret message (image) within an image by using outguess01 algorithm, Which produces outguess-image, then hide outguess-image within another image by using F4 algorithm, Which produces F4-image(stego image). Adopt the principle of camouflage and deception to hide image gives another level of safety for secret Image. Good selection of size and type images used in

Hamdan L. Jaheel, Zou Beiji

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 7 , ISSUE 4, 1962–1979

Article | 20-July-2021

Mandibular repositioning in adult patients – an alternative to surgery? A two-year follow-up

, initial records, lateral and frontal head films, study casts and photos were obtained (T0) and the mandible was repositioned to camouflage a retrognathic skeletal discrepancy or a mandibular transverse asymmetry by means of an occlusal build-up using Triad™ gel. Results: Three months later (T1), 23 patients had adapted to the new occlusion reflected by an absence of functional disturbance and without fracture of the composite occlusal build-up. Mandibular position in these patients was

Giorgio Fiorelli, Paola Merlo, Michel Dalstra, Birte Melsen

Australasian Orthodontic Journal, Volume 35 , ISSUE 1, 61–70

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