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a position reached after consideration

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a formal expression by a meeting

the ability of a microscope or telescope to measure the angular separation of images that are close together

finding a solution to a problem

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something settled or resolved

(computer science) the number of pixels per square inch on a computer-generated display

the subsidence of swelling or other signs of inflammation (especially in a lung)

(music) a dissonant chord is followed by a consonant chord

a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem

a decision to do something or to behave in a certain manner

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Temporal resolution is reduced with spatial compound imaging because more time is required to make an image.
Thus, in the case of annual temporal resolution of generated layers and the 10 years' temporal resolution of the initial database, the value f(x,y) = t is between 2 and 11 (Figure 4).
Especially this performance comparison is difficult due to the temporal resolution of the sensor.
26,27) In 2004, a prototype endorectal coil was introduced that resulted in increased spatial resolution of T2W and contrast-enhanced T1-weighted (T1W) MRI, an increased temporal resolution of DCEMRI, and increased spectral resolution of MRSI.
The system provides the imaging flexibility necessary for the best combination of spatial and temporal resolution matched to the cell structure and rate of activity.
For customers who require enhanced cardiac imaging, the Titan line is easily upgradeable to a 16- or 32-channel system, which will enable higher spatial and temporal resolution for better images of moving anatomy.
100 km comparable to that provided by GOCE whereas it is about ~500 km for GRACE) and higher temporal resolution than GRACE which is limited to ~1 month intervals between successive gravity field maps.
As regards temporal resolution, the underlying solar database represents more than 18 years of historical data (1994 - to present) with a time step of up to 15 minutes," said Marcel Suri, Managing Director of GeoModel Solar.
We've now generated a climate record from this core that has a very high temporal resolution, one that is decipherable at increments of 100 to 300 years," said Rashid.
Temporal resolution can also be problematic, especially for polar-orbiting satellites, whose positions remain fixed as the Earth rotates beneath them (this is less of a problem for geostationary satellites, which orbit in sync with a particular location and thus image that area all the time).
Even with the temporal resolution of current MDCT scanners, higher heart rates frequently result in significant motion artifact.
A fundamentally new concept of this proposal is the ability to adaptively change the recording~s spatial and temporal resolution during the experiment: The microscope learns to acquire only the data of interest.
position (or wavelength) information with single-photon sensitivity and temporal resolution down to 1 ps.
The new sounding mode enhances our temporal resolution of plasma irregularities within the ionosphere.
Although some satellite sensors can view the Earth's surface through cloud cover, experts say that spatial and temporal resolution are still inadequate, and there is no way to image what lies underwater.
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