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Research supported, in part, by HP labs, Palo Alto.*Words or phrases in single quotes are those introduced by author here or elsewhere in the literature.

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...sections
Images combined in non-overlapping sections (typically by mechanical means) are said to give rise to an image mosaic, whereas images that are combined together with overlap, feathering, or the like, typically by electronic means, are said to give rise to an image composite
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...clew
The ``clew'' metaphor is derived from Greek mythology, in which Theseus used a clew (ball of thread) to retrace his path back out of the ``labyrinth of perversion''.
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...measurements
Of course, one would want to have one's medical records replicated (backed up) in the clothing of selected friends and relatives, to prevent data loss in the event of clothing failure.

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Steve Mann
Wed Jan 7 21:38:49 EST 1998