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Synonyms for resolution

Synonyms for resolution

a position reached after consideration

Synonyms for resolution

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


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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Zaidan et all [11], compared the performance of 25 normal young adults of both genders, aged 18-29 years in RGDT and GIN temporal resolution tests and analyzed the differences between these two assessment methods.
For example brain functional imaging having both sub- second temporal resolution and depth sensitivity is required in many neuroscience research applications like studying consciousness and the effects of anaesthetics.
CT perfusion in acute ischemic stroke: A comparison of 2-second and 1-second temporal resolution.
Higher temporal resolution makes the MIT a good candidate for 4D imaging technique which can be applied into various dynamical object monitoring applications, such as molten metal flow monitoring and ice front detection for cryosurgery operation.
It is aimed to contrast if the brain areas estimated from ERP waveforms using LORETA are those reported by neuroimaging studies; in addition, it is aimed to determine the temporal pattern of activation of these areas, with a millisecond temporal resolution.
This new system provides volumetric velocity information at kHz temporal resolution.
The Silicon Retina (SR) sensor technology is a novel sensor type with a high temporal resolution, a high dynamic range and an asynchronous event triggered data interface.
The temporal resolution of the eye was evaluated by determining the values of the slope of the exponential function, slope b, by least-squares fit, instead of using the critical flicker fusion frequency (CFFF).
Ice cores trade off temporal resolution for age via the amount of snow that falls at a given location.
Mohr said the new upgrade is ideal for analyzing intermittent cable faults with better than 4 ms temporal resolution, quantifying real-time switch and button performance, and exploring TDR-based sensor techniques in geophysics and other fields.
The different modalities will be presented in terms of necessary equipment and facilities, the degree of invasiveness, spatial resolution, and temporal resolution.
Improved temporal resolution with dual-source CT (DSCT) improves diagnostic quality by significantly reducing cardiac motion artifacts, obviating the need for [beta]-blockade, Dr.
Although optical phase-sensitive measurement solutions have been demonstrated in research laboratories, the temporal resolution of these solutions is limited by the electronics to around 20 picoseconds--that's not enough to accurately characterize 40 Gbaud (symbols/s) signals.
It gives far better temporal resolution than we can get with MRI," she said.
Continuous and semi-continuous methods have advanced temporal resolution and, in the case of single particle mass spectrometers, composition by size.
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