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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

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This test evaluates the temporal resolution ability by presenting several pairs of stimuli in binaural condition of a gap, inserted in a pure tone or click, in the frequencies of 500 to 4kHz, with interval of silence between each pair of pure tones--the intervals ranging from 0 to 40 ms.
15]N) in combination with automated chambers and laboratory studies to deliver the high temporal resolution emissions data required for an advanced understanding of the nitrogen cycle and [N.
A constellation of RainCube satellites would be able to provide the temporal resolution for weather observations that could be used to improve forecasting models.
The last level of decomposition has minimum temporal resolution and has the best frequency resolution.
Table 1 presents a comparison of the characteristics of temporal resolution spatial resolution and depth sensitivity for these functional imaging techniques.
Dynamic perfusion CT: optimizing the temporal resolution and contrast volume for calculation of perfusion CT parameters in stroke patients.
To sufficiently document these interactions, the imaging device must provide adequate spatial and temporal resolution, while maintaining high sensitivity.
Maher Abouzeid, president and CEO of GE Healthcare for the Middle East and Pakistan, said: "One of the landmark products being introduced to the region for the first time at the event is the Revolution CT scanner, a first-of-its-kind computed tomography (CT) system combining wide coverage, high spatial resolution and high temporal resolution technology into an 'all in one' CT system.
Novel laboratory techniques with high spatial and/or temporal resolution for observing molecules such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) are covered in detail.
The ability to acquire high time-resolution images in a matter of milliseconds allows for novel applications in which temporal resolution is able to resolve questions not addressed by many existing imaging techniques.
The better temporal resolution achieved by re-bunching, combined with the fact that electrons are very bright, is what allows us to see what we see," says Gao.
The ABI class imager being used by South Korea provides five times the temporal resolution than current imagers, completing a scan of the full hemisphere in five minutes rather than the 30 minutes.

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