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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

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Specifically, they determined that among their sample of 36 blast-exposed Veterans, a third or more performed below normal on measures of speech in noise (QuickSIN), auditory temporal resolution (Gaps-In-Noise Test), binaural processing (masking level difference), and speech segregation and competing speech (SSW).
Dynamic perfusion CT: optimizing the temporal resolution for the calculation of perfusion CT parameters in stroke patients.
Therefore, more time will be required to make an image and temporal resolution will decrease with the wider sector.
EEG measures changes in the electrical field by the electrodes applied to the scalp and therefore has excellent temporal resolution (milliseconds), but has poor spatial resolution (approximately 1 cm) and has poor sensitivity for deep brain structures.
The clinical need for bedside dynamic imaging that offers both regional detail and temporal resolution has generated considerable enthusiasm for electrical impedance tomography (EIT)--a technology adapted from non-medical fields that takes advantage of the differences in electrical conductivity of gas and fluid.
Ice cores trade off temporal resolution for age via the amount of snow that falls at a given location.
Mohr said the new upgrade is ideal for analyzing intermittent cable faults with better than 4 ms temporal resolution, quantifying real-time switch and button performance, and exploring TDR-based sensor techniques in geophysics and other fields.
Improved temporal resolution with dual-source CT (DSCT) improves diagnostic quality by significantly reducing cardiac motion artifacts, obviating the need for [beta]-blockade, Dr.
It gives far better temporal resolution than we can get with MRI," she said.
Continuous and semi-continuous methods have advanced temporal resolution and, in the case of single particle mass spectrometers, composition by size.
33 seconds, the new scanner routinely achieves a temporal resolution up to 83 milliseconds (ms), and thus facilitates scanning of patients even with higher heart rates, virtually freezing the heart's motion.
No brain research technology available today has this level of temporal resolution.

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