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obvious to the eye or mind

without any attempt at concealment

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This report discusses four studies focused on the conspicuity of traffic control devices.
These recommendations are generally interpreted to be based on the conspicuity of an object in front of a uniform background.
The company's Forza-based research motorcycle, used in the same project, represents a further evolution of the vehicle-to-vehicle communications system developed from the previous model's preventive safety technologies and provides further enhancements to the FACE and LONG conspicuity designs, which make motorcycles more noticeable and correctly identifiable to other motorists.
Tyrrell RA, Brooks J, Balk SA, Carpenter TL, Pedestrian Conspicuity at Night: How Much Biological Motion is Enough?
Conspicuity of bone lesions was higher on DWI than other MRI sequences in 9/11 cases.
In If He Hollers, Jones's ventures into the public sphere thrust him into an undesirable conspicuity.
The Forza-based research motorcycle used in the same project represents a further evolution evolution of the vehicle-to-vehicle communications system developed from the previous model's preventive safety technologies and further enhancements of the FACE and LONG conspicuity designs, which make motorcycles more noticeable and correctly identifiable to other motorists.
These divergent demands entail risk for Mexican day laborers whose conspicuity in this social space is essential to finding work.
by Professor Ewen King-Smith, from Ohio State University, and was followed on Wednesday (October 29) by William Holmes, who spoke on 'The effect of colour deficiency on the conspicuity of objects in everyday visual scenes:
Lack of conspicuity occurs when the disclaimer is of insufficient size or appearance that an ordinary reasonable employee would not see and note its contents.
The second phase will assess potential image degradation, photon flux, and loss of lesion conspicuity created by the use of a breast shield.
The purpose of the saliency map is to represent the conspicuity of each locations of the visual field, that is, salient regions extracted have higher prominent importance than the other regions.
It ordered trials to see what could be done to increase the conspicuity of horse riders.
Color and defective color vision as factors in the conspicuity of signs and signals.
Both stealth and conspicuity require a control of contrast, and it is exactly the same process to minimise contrast, as you would for stealth, as to maximise contrast as you wish to do in a roof marking,' said Loveridge.