Definitions for "Shading"
That filling up which represents the effect of more or less darkness, expressing rotundity, projection, etc., in a picture or a drawing.
Apparent color shade difference between areas of the same carpet caused by normal wear and/or random difference in pile lay direction. It is a characteristic of cut pile carpet. It is not a manufacturing defect.
Shading is a modification of a color that is made by adding complementary colors or small amounts of black.
Dislocation of colours from left to right.
In 3D graphics, the polygons that make up the pictures you see need to be colored; otherwise they'd be wireframes like those on targeting computers in Star Wars. The simplest kind of shading is flat shading, which simply fills the polygons with one color. Flat shading is not acceptable for 3D gaming, so be wary of benchmark ratings that use it. In 3D graphics, the polygons that make up the graphics need to be shaded. Phong Shading is one of the more sophisticated techniques for doing this. It works like Gouraud Shading but requires more computer horsepower and yields better results. In 3D graphics, every shape you see is built on a framework of polygons. The process of coloring the polygons is called shading, and the techniques for doing it are often more complicated than just flooding a shape with a single color.
The exclusion of some of the rays of the sun by the use of blinds, netting or glass colourant.
The use of fabric or coatings applied to glazing to reduce the indoor light level or solar heat gain in a greenhouse.
1) The protection from heat gains due to direct solar radiation; 2) Shading is provided by (a) permanently attached exterior devices, glazing materials, adherent materials applied to the glazing, or an adjacent building for nonresidential buildings, hotels, motels and highrise apartments, and by (b) devices affixed to the structure for residential buildings.
A technique that can be used to either highlight contrast, or create a more uniform appearance.
A multistage technique similar to airbrushing.
a gradation involving small or imperceptible differences between grades
A measure of the non-uniformity of signal in an infrared system. Shading is measured by exposing the system to a wide area, constant temperature target and measuring the variations around a mean value. Shading may be identified by source - for example optical shading will be characterized by strong responses in the center and weak responses in the corners (vignetting). Channel to channel variations in response can also be a source of shading (Channel balance).
Keywords:  pips, traders, engaged, quote, dealer
Traders, engaged in phone-based trading, have to request a quote for each transaction. Accordingly, the dealer can read the client's position, and shade the price in the dealer's favor. Shading can range from just a few pips for a large client, and up to 50 pips, or more, for a smaller transaction.
Keywords:  rendering, see
See Rendering.
In reference to printing, printing on a form usually to make the area more distinctive.
Keywords:  act, making, process
Act or process of making a shade.