Resolution

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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

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Images obtained with the inSPira HD[TM] SPECT camera provide a much higher spatial resolution than with any other SPECT camera on the market," said Dr.
A dual aperture system achieves optimum spatial resolution in infrared microscopy.
At the core of the Verifire HDX is a new optical design, which delivers improved instrument transfer function (ITF) and ultra-high spatial resolution for superior characterization of mid-spatial frequency (MSF) characteristics and high-slope surface form errors, with high precision and confidence.
While the IVIS 300 has lower throughput (longer imaging times), it does provide significantly greater information in terms of spatial resolution, source localization, and quantification.
NIST researchers are developing methods for detecting and quantifying, with high spatial resolution (sub 100 nm diameter), the elastic strains associated with selective wet oxidation of A1GaAs confined between GaAs layers.
To hunt planets, a telescope must detect faint objects and have high spatial resolution.
The prototype can distinguish individual cells in clusters, and is the first in the world to achieve a spatial resolution below 10 micrometers(?
The development of Imaging Ellipsometry, which combines the power of ellipsometry with microscopy, has a lateral or spatial resolution of down to 1 [micro]m.
While traditional spectroscopic techniques and far-field microscopy, being inherently diffraction limited, are successful for measuring the bulk/ensemble optical characteristics of photonic materials, they do not have the spatial resolution required to map out these properties on the mesoscale.
Yet its wavelength is short enough to provide good spatial resolution.
Called the High-Resolution Scanning Magnetometer, the instrument achieves a sensitivity of 6 picotesla and spatial resolution of 0.

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