Correct. Classic Machine Doubling. Note the areas you are looking at are: 1. On the outside edges of the devcies.
Some areas are also called pushed doubling when the Machine Doubling distorts the normal devices opposite the area where the MD happened. 2. Flat shelf like, because the contour of the design is now flatten right after the strike happened.
3. The devices are reduced from the outside normal shape of the design.
4. The same thing happens on doubled dies, that experience the same Machine Doubling after the strike. Why? Because this is a machine issue, not a die issue. So doubled dies can experience this as well.
Note the yellow arrows on the MD areas and the other doubling that is showing enlarged devices are from hub doubling on the die, thus the term. Doubled Die.