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the initial TRAINING an employee may receive at the commencement of employment to familiarize him or her with the workings of the organization.
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With the smallest disparities, the response time was close to 500 ms, irrespective of the spatial frequency of the stimuli or whether the disparity was crossed or uncrossed.
33) As such, the term 'frequency doubling technology' is a misnomer, as the test is not based on the illusion, nor is visualisation of the illusion part of the task of the patient; FDT attempts to determine the contrast threshold for a grating of a fixed spatial frequency and fixed rate of flicker.
F] does not contain any components of low spatial frequency (which, for the FD method, is in the range 0 < [beta] [less than or equal to] [pi]L/10).
No statistical differences were found using paired t-test between the CSFs of the 34 microtropic patients and the 15 anisometropic patients at any spatial frequency (3 cpd, t=1.
The human visual system is organized to process visual information through spatial frequency (SF) channels that are each sensitive to a particular range of frequencies of repeating light-dark patterns across the visual field (Campbell & Robson, 1968; De Valois & De Valois, 1980; Thurman & Grossman, 2011).
Huang et al measured the fMRI Blood Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD) response to achromatic gratings with a range of spatial frequencies and showed that those with mid spatial frequency (which are uncomfortable) gave the largest response.
As the air gap distance between the film and the TFT image plane increases, the image appears to become more defocused because the MTF function of the film is filtering out the higher spatial frequency components of the image.
Finally, P5 is designed through consideration of the factor of spatial frequency in addition to temporal frequency.
By contrast, the stimulation of neurons with long axons that transmit messages too quickly occurs through stimuli with low spatial frequency, which is probably called magnocellular.
Using these tools, he will describe their effort to study the genetic and epigenetic basis of histopathological hallmarks in cancer, and visualizing the transcriptome in the spatial frequency domain to investigate the relationship between diffusible activators and inhibitors in tissue patterning.
Thus, the contrast sensitivity function (CSF) represents the CS for a set of spatial frequency bands low, medium and high (De Valois & De Valois, 1988).
di] are the complex-valued scattering coefficient, spatial frequency, and Doppler frequency of the ith clutter patch, respectively.

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