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temporal resolution

In radiology, the ability to distinguish two images that are separated by small increments of time.
See also: resolution
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The Gaps In Noise (GIN) test, created by Musiek [7,8], evaluates the temporal resolution ability, with monaural presentation of several segments of white noise of 6 seconds, which contains 0 to 3 silence intervals (gaps) each.
Out of these techniques fMRI PET/SPECT and ultrasound have the limitation of not having sub-second temporal resolution (figure 3).
Dynamic perfusion CT: optimizing the temporal resolution for the calculation of perfusion CT parameters in stroke patients.
The highly sensitive visualization of functional characteristics in vivo at high temporal resolution offers great potential for small animal imaging, especially when combined with high spatial resolution morphological MRI.
The combination of these and other innovative features on the performance-leading Dimension FastScan[TM] platform makes FastScan Bio the first commercial AFM that can provide temporal resolution in frames-per-second for live biological sample observations.
Dyslexia can affect the temporal resolution of phonemes, and for me this made girls even more mysterious than they already were.
Averaging between the measurement sets can reduce the temporal resolution of the reconstructed images.
The quickness of our signaling response to light creates a clear temporal resolution of what we see," he said.
However, few studies have focused on the temporal dynamics of activation of these regions during a face processing task, because of the limited temporal resolution of neuroimaging techniques.
Besides the reliability and the spatial and temporal resolution of the forecasts, Prof.
Using a new imaging technique on Lawrence Livermore's Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscope (DTEM), researchers have achieved unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution in single-shot images of nanoparticulate catalysts.
Other optical technologies and methodologies that have led to advances in the field and their clinical applications are discussed, including near-infrared imaging and high temporal resolution optical imaging.

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