The action of distorting or the state of being distorted
strain on the muscles of the eye leading to a distortion in shape or structure
Distortion involving change in the phase relations of the components of a waveform, caused especially by a difference in the speed of propagation for different frequencies.
A type of defect in optical or electronic images in which vertical or horizontal straight lines appear as convex curves
Distortion occurring where a signal changes from positive to negative or vice versa
The distortion produced by an amplifier, as measured in terms of the harmonics of the sinusoidal components of the signal that it introduces
A form of optical distortion in which straight lines along the edge of a screen or a lens bulge towards the centre
Used attributive with reference to a spatially periodic distortion of a linear chain of atoms or molecules in certain solids, adduced to explain an observed change from a conducting to a semiconducting or insulating state at low temperatures; especially in Peierls distortion, Peierls transition.