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Prophesee's sensor achieves pixel acquisition and readout times of milliseconds to microseconds, resulting in temporal resolutions equivalent to conventional sensors running at tens to hundreds of thousands of frames per second.
The aim the study is to describe the procedures for determining temporal resolution tasks using a Windows-based psychoacoustic experiment program named Psycon as described by Kwon.
Historically, weather data has been primarily available from large government-operated satellites that were designed and launched to support scientific research and development of historical models, not on improving the temporal resolution of weather observations.
Since CT was introduced to clinical medicine, some researchers focused on increasing the temporal resolution using traditional CT systems.
As for DC discharges, measurements with high temporal resolution are less frequent because it is often not expected any specific temporal behaviour of such discharges in the timescales of interest.
Others showed that noise-induced HF SNHL affected low-frequency temporal resolution in guinea pigs, even though the thresholds in the low-frequency region were within normal ranges [15, 16].
Secondly, the NeuViz Prime offers 0.259 second rotation speed, a critical feature for any application requiring high temporal resolution. The subsequent motion suppression improves imaging in trauma, pediatrics, and cardiac cases.
It includes information on mirror optics, index lenses, depth perception, smart displays, compressive displays and focus synthesis, on-axis displays, waveguide displays, diffractive optics, pinlight, and contact-lens supported near-eye displays; more on temporal resolution with 2D and 3D displays and 3D recording and multi-viewer auto-stereoscopic displays; and a new appendix on calibration.
Kaufmann et al, when commenting on the future of catheter-based angiography highlighted that in measures of performance catheter-based angiography with a spatial resolution of 0.2mm and temporal resolution of 0.25 seconds remains the clear winner when compared to CTA with a spatial resolution of 0.4mm and temporal resolution of 0.5 seconds and MRA with a temporal resolution of 2 seconds.
Temporal resolution refers to the individual's ability to detect time intervals between sound stimuli or to detect the minimum time that an individual can discriminate between two audible signals, that is, to perceive short gaps between two stimuli or to perceive that a sound is modulated in some way.
* High-quality sub-daily temporal resolution data on [N.sub.2]O emissions as a function of soil chemical and physical properties and agronomic management in a usable format for a wide variety of end users.
"Most Earth science phenomena measurements can be improved by sustained observations with increased spatial and temporal resolution. Validating these new compact instrument subsystems today will enable the relevant constellation measurements of the future," said ESTO program associate Charles Norton of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Caltech.

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