Definitions for "contrast"
To stand in opposition; to exhibit difference, unlikeness, or opposition of qualities.
To set in opposition, or over against, in order to show the differences between, or the comparative excellences and defects of; to compare by difference or contrariety of qualities; as, to contrast the present with the past.
The act of contrasting, or the state of being contrasted; comparison by contrariety of qualities.
Keywords:  corelli, badinerie, album, tempo, heard
Contrast of musical materials sustains our interest and feeds our love of change; it provides variety to a form. Example: Corelli, Suite for Strings, "Badinerie" Real Audio: 28k | 56k | About this album In this example, the first musical idea (heard twice at a fast tempo) is balanced by a contrasting idea, which is also repeated.
Contrast of musical materials sustains our interest and feeds our love of change; it provides variety to a form. In this example, the first musical idea (heard twice at a fast tempo) is balanced by a contrasting idea, which is also repeated. Example: Corelli, Suite for Strings, "Badinerie" Real Audio: 28K | 56K | About this album
Contrast is the first Klinik album after Dirk Ivens' departure.
Keywords:  dye, scan, mri, injected, ray
The ‘dyeâ€(tm) given to enhance a scan.
a liquid dye injected into the bloodstream to show blood vessels under X-ray or CT scan.
Short for "contrast media." Contrast media are X-ray dyes used to provide contrast, for example, between blood vessels and other tissue.
a conceptual separation or demarcation; "there is a narrow line between sanity and insanity"
To give greater effect to, as to a figure or other object, by putting it in some relation of opposition to another figure or object.
In relation to the radiation emerging from an irradiated object, if the photon fluence at some reference point is Ø0, and at an adjacent point is Ø1, the contrast can be defined as (Ø1 - Ø0) / Ø0. Contrast can also be expressed in terms of energy fluence or exposure.
A literary technique in which the author examines two opposites.
In linguistics and semantics contrast is a relationship between two discourse segments.
a gentle and workable conflict between elements, used to accent a focal point and create interest
used to keep the attention of the reader and to keep the reader's interest moving from one element to another. (see emphasis)
Either an arbitrary description of how "clear" an LCD screen is for viewing, or a specific adjustment that allows you to customize the screen's visible characteristics. See also: Ambient light, LCD screen, backlight.
Keywords:  counterpoint, function, point
point and counterpoint on each function
a comparison of means among some or all of the groups
Contrast: See comparison.
See comparison. Deduction
The ability to see details in the snow. When it's cloudy features on the snow surface are not visible and everything looks white - this is poor contrast and it makes travelling difficult.
a trade between private companies, or trade within the boundaries of a free market, such as Virginia trading with Texas
The amount of color change divided by the number of pixels. Therefore, large and fast color changes have a high contrast.
The term used to describe the variations in color and shading.
Color variations which create a sense of depth in your painting.
Keywords:  coefficients, zero, sum, set
a set of coefficients that sum to zero
Keywords:  token, compare, files
compare files token by token
Keywords:  ray, clear, fluid
a clear fluid that is seen by X-ray.
The bringing together of opposing views, ideas etc.
Keywords:  symbol, see
See Symbol Contrast
Keywords:  monitor, adjustment, your
Adjustment on your monitor.