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Synonyms for induction

the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

compulsory enrollment in military service

Synonyms for induction

an electrical phenomenon whereby an electromotive force (EMF) is generated in a closed circuit by a change in the flow of current

reasoning from detailed facts to general principles

stimulation that calls up (draws forth) a particular class of behaviors

the act of bringing about something (especially at an early time)

an act that sets in motion some course of events

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The estimated values for the neural fusion limits (in minutes of arc) together with the upper fusion limits are plotted in Figure 4 as a function of both spatial frequency and whether the stimuli had crossed or uncrossed disparities.
20), in the present study we detected no significant differences in CSF throughout the spatial frequency range when the normal eyes of microtropic and anisometropic patients were compared with age-matched nomograms.
Our visual system uses spatial frequency channels to perceive objects in situations of either high or low contrast.
This method is based on successive and random presentation of pairs of stimuli in the center of the screen: each pair consisted of a neutral stimulus and another containing the spatial frequency (stimulation test).
The number of discretizing grids for the spatial frequency equals 50; that is, [N.
First, sensitivity to different spatial frequency bands is distinctively altered by conditions that affect brain function, reinforcing the notion that multiple spatial frequency channels work in parallel on the codification of visual information (5,6).
One component of the Barten SQRI, the modulation transfer function (MTF), describes how an image-forming system (display) filters the modulation (contrast) as a function of spatial frequency [11].
In this algorithm, the generalized Parseval's theorem is used to transform the SAR echoes from the spatial domain to the spatial frequency domain.
Especially the Gabor wavelet can extract the image within specific regions of the multiple scale, multi direction spatial frequency characteristics, like the microscope as enlarge face image in the eyes, nose and mouth and other local characteristic changes in the gray.
Other topics include image stabilization for digital binoculars, a small pitch tool for removing middle spatial frequency errors, thulium-doped fiber lasers, measuring track irregularity on high-speed railways, and target recognition.
They derived the relation between the critical spatial frequency and the film thickness and suggested that the surface modulation of thin films is likely controlled by the residual-compressive surface stress created during the separation process.
In this method, each source image is divided into sub-blocks of 32 * 32 by experience, selecting the clearest block measured by spatial frequency to construct the fused image when the difference in the clarity between the two sub-blocks is greater than the threshold value (artificially set beforehand); otherwise, it takes the two sub-blocks and divides them into smaller blocks.
Color shifts from S-cone patterned backgrounds: contrast sensitivity and spatial frequency selectivity.
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