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gruesomely suggestive of ghosts or death

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resembling or characteristic of a phantom

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"Spectral analysis requires custom-built models to translate spectral data into measurements of photosynthetic capacity that must be recreated each year.
The second section of Espectros turns from the broad cultural approach to the spectral to focus instead on the psychological and personal experience with past trauma as manifested in hauntings by ghosts or other spectral beings.
The firmware includes full spectral calibration with spectral fitting and the ability to store presets.
"The PantoneLIVE Production--Plastic, Coatings and Textile license gives users instant access to the official Pantone spectral color values as their single point of truth.
"You have to consider spectral energy as CT-plus," says Dushyant V.
Tornado Spectral Systems will be exhibiting at the upcoming Analytica trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis, and biotechnology, being held April 10-13, 2018 in Munich, Germany.
Observe that, in a complex finite-dimensional space, the scalar type spectral operators are those linear operators on the space, for which there is an eigenbasis (see, e.g., [6, 7]) and, in a complex Hilbert space, the scalar type spectral operators are precisely those that are similar to the normal ones [8].
Our final proposed solution shown in Figure 1 embeds a graph Laplacian (spectral or spatial) in the hidden layer of the NN and also adds an additional layer that performs regularization of the output labels.
This was a feasibility study of the use of dual-energy spectral imaging and adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction (ASiR)[sup][26] to reduce the radiation and iodine contrast doses in pediatric abdominal CT patients with solid tumors.
However, these technologies are often too slow to capture spectral images from dynamic objects.
Spectral remote sensing is a task that contains a large volume of data, regularly redundant.
In [13, 15], the authors consider a single cell OFDMA network and investigate the trade-off between spectral efficiency and bit per joule energy efficiency.
In particular, a spectral element finite element scheme that efficiently solves elliptic problems on unstructured hexahedral meshes is developed in [11].
Since the first observation of the Doppler spectrum of sea surface wave echoes recorded by a HF radar operating at 13.56 MHz made by Crombie [2], the field of radar oceanography that aims to remotely measure and monitor the sea current and the sea state by using radars operated at various frequencies has emerged and nowadays becomes an indispensable field to the community of marine science and technology The observed Doppler spectrum of the sea echoes is primarily composed of two types of spectral components originating from different sources.
In addition, investigation of the effect of various significant parameters of interest, such as spectral shifting, on the several noise reduction methods has not been conducted.