defect from (something)

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defect from (something)

To leave some place, often under repressive conditions and when it is prohibited. I defected from my homeland after witnessing the atrocities carried out by the government.
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defect from something

to run away from something; to forsake something. Thousands of soldiers defected from the army. Roger would never think of defecting from the armed services.
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Second, this analysis could not separate infants with isolated defects from those with more than one major defect or those with a recognized syndrome.
Defect detection is the process of separating the defects from the otherwise good product background.
Four foundries share their whats, whys and hows of investigating casting defects and the solutions that were provided to eliminate the defects from production.
The researchers identified 131 infants born with limb defects from 1988 through 1992.
This edition has been expanded to include defects from processes that did not exist when the first edition was written 15 years ago.
In order to learn what distinguishes nitrogen defects from other gas blows (H.
Enhanced with dual-incidence darkfield channels, plus the addition of a new brightfield channel, the Surfscan SP2XP system captures the full spectrum of defect types, then utilizes multi-channel comparison algorithms to reliably separate unacceptable "intrinsic" defects from re-workable ones, in a single inspection step.
Visual examination may be sufficient to separate exogenous inclusion defects from gas holes or shrinkage cavities.
This integrated design allows the customer to automatically detect, classify and correlate macro defects from the front, back and edge of semiconductor wafers for deposition, lithography, etch and CMP applications.
The ANTARES system provides an all-dry, nonreactive method of removing defects from FEOL and BEOL planar and patterned structures, including low-k structures, without damage and without altering the k value or physically damaging the interconnect, which delivers a clear advantage over traditional methods.
DMSVision will be added to the Company's existing suite of tools to extend its capabilities to analyze a broad array of defects from the front, back and edge of wafers across many wafer and device manufacturing process steps.
Users can also change classifications, compare classification categories and add or delete defects from categories using DefectID's library management system.
With d-Tracker we are now able to provide our customers a simple, yet powerful tool to access and manage Web application defects from any browser," said Yves de Montcheuil, director of product management, RSW Software.
The key capabilities required for patterned process tool monitoring are high throughput to prevent manufacturing bottlenecks, a high defect capture rate and surface selectivity to minimize detection of defects from previous layers.
By starting earlier, Teradyne developers can actually prevent many defects from being passed on to customers.