afterimage

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  • noun

Synonyms for afterimage

an image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased

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Increased maximum number of database global buffers to reduce the I/O requirement; -- Increased maximum database page and buffer size limits to retrieve and store more information with a single I/O; -- Additional statistics screens and larger counter sizes to ease monitoring; -- Streamlined internal instruction sequences for more efficient CPU use; -- Improved caching of database AIP entry information for reduced I/O; -- Index node pre-fetch performance optimizations to reduce I/O stall time; -- Transaction rollback performance optimizations to reduce rollback time; -- Encrypted database and after-image journal backups for protection of confidential data; and, -- Query Optimizer enhancements for more efficient query execution strategies.
blindfold and focus on the after-image, without moving your head, until it vanishes.
Turn the light on and look directly at the bulb for precisely one minute, then turn the light off, close your eyes and focus on the after-image without moving until it vanishes.
Turn the light on and look at the bulb for one minute, then turn the light off, close your eyes and focus on the after-image without moving until it vanishes.
After one minute, turn the light off, close your eyes (put on your blindfold if the room is not completely dark) and focus on the after-image, without moving your head, until it completely vanishes.
OEL displays react quickly with no lingering after-image and are self-luminous, precluding the need for backlighting which is needed for LCDs.
His is an art of consciousness, of life lived as well as recalled: every image an after-image, his eye both highly focused and nomadic.
It confesses its white guilt, seeks a corrective for it, and yet can see black culture only in the after-image of that guilt.