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The SPEM was developed by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with the main objective of obtaining ultra-high spatial resolution SPECT images of small volumes inside the brains of mice (10).
Some studies have been published where images acquired in thermal infrared bands have been synthesized with a better spatial resolution with a satisfactory quality by means of images acquired in the visible range [8,9,10,11].
Vogel and Ippisch found that the critical limit for the spatial resolution can be estimated based on more easily available soil properties: the soil water retention characteristic.
Because of the steepness of the myocardial AP upstroke, and the consequent steepness of the spatial distribution of transmembrane potential, RD models must have a high spatial resolution of 0.
Climate data provide longer temporal applicability, but remotely sensed data that summarize aspects of surface reflectance can provide finer spatial resolution, and may measure aspects of ecologic landscapes that climate parameters alone may not capture (40).
The most important limit for its spatial resolution in the mode of scanning the neutron density with a scatterer follows from the finite sharpness of the gravitational barrier penetrability in function of a scatterer height.
CT, with its high degree of spatial resolution for bone, and MRI, with its high degree of contrast resolution for soft tissue, are complementary in imaging patients with Wegener's granulomatosis.
Its high speed, programmable front-end flexibility, flexible input timing and spatial resolution are just some of the innovations that will help drive these markets into wider acceptance.
For CT, xenon CT permits quantitative measurement of regional cerebral blood flow with a relatively high spatial resolution and reliable correlation with anatomy, but the handling of large amounts of stable xenon gas and the anesthetic side effects of xenon concentrations restrict its use today.
a geographic data provider, has introduced the Instant Imagery USA Millennium Mosaic, the first seamless color satellite image mosaic of the continental United States produced at 15-meter spatial resolution, i-cubed is making this digital image map available to the precision agriculture market for use as an accurate and inexpensive basemap for its GIS and automated mapping applications.
PeakForce KPFM[TM] utilizes frequency-modulation detection to provide the highest spatial resolution Kelvin probe data.
on spatial resolution, spectral bands, geometric accuracy, elevation angle, processing levels, etc.

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