To pour out and cause to spread, as a fluid; to cause to flow on all sides; to send out, or extend, in all directions; to spread; to circulate; to disseminate; to scatter; as to diffuse information.
To pass by spreading every way, to diffuse itself.
Poured out; widely spread; not restrained; copious; full; esp., of style, opposed to concise or terse; verbose; prolix; as, a diffuse style; a diffuse writer.
(adj.) A term describing a reflection of light that strikes a surface and reflects uniformly in all directions, creating no highlights or hot spots.
light which is indirect, and has no reflections or highlights, similar to ambient
Widely and evenly spread
scattered, not all coming from the same direction; i.e., sunlight on a cloudy day
Light that is scattered, spread out and not coming from a single point. For example, light on a cloudy day is diffuse.
not concentrated, or not localized.
spread or diffuse through; "An atmosphere of distrust has permeated this administration"; "music penetrated the entire building"
lacking conciseness; "a diffuse historical novel"
in POV-Ray, an attribute that controls how much of an object's color comess from direct light. ( Language Reference) ( Exploration Tool)
Diffuse component of the surface lighting properties in a model specifies shading or how much light source shines on polygons: more brightly on polygons facing the light source, but not at all on polygons that face away
To spread out freely in all directions.
Diffuse basis functions are typically of low angular momentum (unlike polarization functions) but with much smaller exponents, so that they spread more thinly over space. Usually essential for calculations involving negative ions or Rydberg states.
When particles spread out from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration. Energy
Diffuse lighting and reflection accounts for the directionality of a light source. The intensity of light striking a surface varies with the angle between the orientation of the object and the direction of the light source. A diffuse material scatters that light evenly in all directions.
Of running bamboo, having evenly spaced culms rather distant from each other.
Scattered; not concentrated.
to move from an area where there is greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration
spreading (compare with follicular)
A reflection characteristic of projection screens. Diffuse reflective projection screens evenly scatter the incident light in all directions. The viewing angle is approx. 45 up to 60 degrees. The luminance factor is approx. 1.2.
Term describing dispersed light distribution. Refers to the scattering or softening of light.
spread out; not concentrated.
Loosely or widely spreading, an open form.
Open and much branched, widely spread.
To spread out so as to cover a larger space or surface. To scatter.
Spread out. Opposite of concentrated or contained, or localised.
Spread about, without any specific restrictions.
Widely spread; not localized or confined.
Lacking a distinct border, spread out, not localized.
Lacking a distinct border, not localized, spread out. See circumscribed.
not definitely localized or limited; spread widely through a tissue or substance.
Spread about and not limited to a specific area.