Definitions for "Rectification"
the process of transforming a map or an image by systematically moving individual elements, such as pixels or lines, to align with some other reference image or map; sometimes called "rubber-sheeting"
The process of removing the effects of tilt, relief, or other nonsystematic distortions from imagery, photographs, or maps.
Process of removing the effects of tilt, relief, and other distortions from map data (or images).
With regard to distillation, the selective increase of the concentration of the lower volatile component in a mixture by successive evaporation and condensation.
(chemistry) the process of refinement or purification of a substance by distillation
enrichment of the vapor by contact and interaction with the condensed liquid.
The process of converting alternating current into a unidirectional current, by removing or inverting that part of the wave laying on one side of the zero amplitude axis. There are two general types of retificitaion processes, half-wave and full-wave.
Conversion of AC currents and voltages into DC currents and voltages. Typical rectifications are: half-wave, full-wave and bridge.
The conversion of alternating to direct current, sometimes accomplished with a rectifier tube but mostly with silicone diodes.
A process used to determine the true time of a person's birth based upon events, relationships, and experiences, as well as personality traits that you have or had.
When an exact birth time cannot be determined, this process of using major life events as markers can be used in order to figure out the time of birth
the correction of a document by court order. The court can rectify a document that could not be legally altered even by the parties who created it. This includes company records and signed contracts.
Rectification is a remedy whereby a court orders a change in a written document to reflect what it ought to have been or said in the first place. It is an equitable remedy, which means the circumstances where it can be applied are limited.
Keywords:  thru, pore, ions, theory, voltage
When conductance of ions thru the channel changes according to voltage in such a way that it flows better in one direction than another. Rectification can sometimes be caused by "blocking" of the pore by other ions. The term comes from electrical circuit theory.
The determination of a straight line whose length is equal a portion of a curve.
determination of the length of a curve; finding a straight line equal in length to a given curve
The act or operation of rectifying; as, the rectification of an error; the rectification of spirits.
A procedure to put right any errors or omissions in a registered trade mark.
Adjustment made to permit the auction or play to proceed as normally as possible after an irregularity has occurred.
the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right