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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.
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Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Ram Vasudevan, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering went on to say that, 'Radar has a spatial resolution of a quarter of a mile and a temporal resolution of 15 minutes.
The medium range camera has a maximum field of view of 1,370 x 900mm, with a spatial resolution of 0.23mm and 0.07mm depth precision at 0.6m.
Even then, the spatial resolution isn't good enough, so Huang's lab created a large, two-dimensional interface to create order in the chaotic arrangement of molecules.
Coarse spatial resolution severely restricts the use of such precipitation products in regional scale or watershed scale applications [19].
However, the idea of recovering the inherent spatial resolution of CT images using the knowledge of the system blurring PSF and its deconvolution can be practical in that it does not require any additional hardware modification.
The recently lunched freely available data of Sentinel-2 with spatial resolution of 10 m is good source of dataset for regional based landslide inventory developing and landslide susceptibility mapping.
Helps Clinicians Possibly Diagnose Early Stroke Sooner: Neuro FIRST MBIR improves high-contrast spatial resolution and low contrast detectability in the brain, opening doors for the possibility of seeing early signs of stroke with CT.
If now the numerical aperture is reduced, namely it is only considered the inner part of the hologram in Figure 3A reducing the numerical aperture to 0.28, the micrometer sized spatial resolution is no longer reach, as illustrated in Figure 3C.
Spatial resolution, that is, the ability to measure deformation and temperature changes with spatial continuity, can be achieved by a pulsed pump beam: in this way, the interaction takes place along successive sections of the fiber as the pump pulse propagates down the fiber under test.
The Hard X-Ray Scanning Microscope with Multilayer Laue Lens Nanofocusing Optics is a high throughput scientific imaging tool that routinely provides sub-20 nm spatial resolution imaging.
The company said FIRST improves high contrast spatial resolution while reducing radiation dose up to 85.3%, as compared to filtered back projection and drastically cuts the time needed for model-based computed tomography (CT) image reconstruction.
The spatial resolution of x-ray microanalysis in thin foils is defined in terms of the incident electron beam diameter and the average beam broadening.

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