radiometrically

radiometrically

(ˌreɪdɪəʊˈmɛtrɪkəlɪ)
adv
(General Physics) using a radiometric method, in terms of radiometry
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In other applications, narrow band filters may be necessary to radiometrically determine the temperature of a source or to simply monitor a process with optical emission at some particular wavelength.
In this work we reported the results of our efforts to create visually and radiometrically accurate renderings of the appearance of gloss in coated epoxy samples (with controlled roughness), gloss and haze in painted metallic panels, and color in painted metallic panels.
1), have been dated radiometrically by U-Pb in zircon as 479 [+ or -] 7 Ma (Whalen et al.
Calculations were performed on the radiometrically corrected data (in the forms: 3/[3+4+5], 4/[3+4+5], and 5/[3+4+5]) to eliminate most between-scene radiometric variance.
It is possible, by direct measurement of the radiant flux, to determine the freezing-point temperature radiometrically, without reference to gas thermometry.
There, the age of the bones was radiometrically determined using carbon-14 analysis, the standard method for determining the age of biological material.
The multispectral UV fluorescence images were radiometrically calibrated; namely, all the images were corrected for the spectral sensitivity of the CCD camera, the spectral transmittance of the optical lens, and the filters [17].
These images were already orthorectified and radiometrically corrected but from the perception of co-registration, there was a slight shift between the pre- and post-event imagery.
The rock was radiometrically dated to 3.5 billion years old, so it's safe to say anything embedded in within it is similarly ancient.