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Synonyms for isochronous

happening or appearing at regular intervals

Synonyms for isochronous

equal in duration or interval


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As an example, if the mean ISI of an m-sequence is 2q, this means that the noise is [square root of 2] times larger than the equivalent isochronic stimulation with the same ISI.
Dubbing cannot be reduced to lip synchronization, but it may be time-synchronized or isochronic (when the length of the dubbed utterance matches the length of the original one).
Isochronic tones "are regular beats of a single tone that are used alongside monaural beats and binaural beats.
Judging by this data, the foot is not isochronic. However, the difference between the length of V2 in the genitive and illative is statistically significant (Table 2).
Digital drugs are an audio file or mp3 of ambient music or sounds that are enhanced with a specifically targeted binaural beat or isochronic tone frequency.
List of possible diagram maps in ArcGIS Point and area diagram maps in ArcGIS Types of diagram map ArcGIS Notes Simple YES many types of diagrams Composite NO Cumulative YES "Pie charts" and "Stacked 2D and 3D forms Structural YES "Pie charts" Comparative NO Dynamic YES/NO only bar charts Anamorphous NO Line diagrams in ArcGIS Vector accessible NO Vector flow directional NO Ribbony simple YES only one direction Ribbony composite NO Ribbony cumulative NO Ribbony structural NO Ribbony comparative NO Ribbony dynamic NO Ribbony isochronic NO
These include Isochronic or Imperial Time, which underpins the Canadian invader-settler narrative and "understands everyone in the world to be on a single timeline, with some cultures being more advanced" (231); Nation-based Postcolonial Time, which "marks its beginning as the moment when the colony cut its ties to its colonial parent" (232); Diasporic Displacement Time, in which "cultural groups retain their image of themselves in time by reference to the trauma of displacement" (233); and what Coleman tentatively calls Indigenous Concentric Time, in which time is shaped like the concentric circles of a tree trunk and in which the past "is not placed in a line of progression where it is seen as superseded by the present" but rather forms "the centre of ongoing life" (235).
It is possible to have an isochronic effect in an aesthetical sense with the relationship between the whole and the piece or the usage of space in form.
Cost-distance models in a Geographic Information System (GIS) have been used to generate isochronic polygons for half-an-hour walk and one-hour walk from each site.
For instance, as Latour notes, interactions should not be viewed as isotropic or isochronic, as time and space are always folded, even if they may produce effects of isotropy or isochrony.