acquisition time

acquisition time

An MRI term for the time needed to collect the image. Data acquisition times does not include the time needed to reconstruct the image.
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The offer must include an algorithm to reduce the acquisition time and / or decrease in radioisotope doses injected into the patient and for all radioisotopes used (basic, medium and high power as well as cardio included).
Satellite acquisition time is three minutes due to AQYR's patented auto-acquisition capability, the company said.
Satellite acquisition time is approximately 3 minutes due to AQYR's patented auto-acquisition capability.
An acquisition time of 300 ms and an EMCCD gain of 3800 were used for both systems, for all samples, except for the GFP control.
Acquisition time depends on the model of the device being acquired, as well as on the amount of memory carried by that device.
The optimal acquisition plane lies orthogonal to the direction of flow, which is inefficient from the standpoint of acquisition time, and not always achievable.
nSPEED rapid image-acquisition protocols have demonstrated equivalent diagnostic quality for stress and rest images in half the acquisition time of traditional 2D approaches while providing reliable function quantitation measurements from gated stress images and reliable quantitation of perfusion-defect severity on stress and rest images.
Data acquisition time is instantaneous, so the measurement results are immediate.
Although not directly envisioned for large defense acquisitions, the use of coordinative acquisition (CA) strategies may provide at least one new option for a newly developing toolkit to get needed capability to the warfighter in a fraction of the normal acquisition time.
The experiment was limited to about 12 days of data due to mechanical problems with the cryostat that surrounded the liquid helium targets, in addition to the relatively long fill and drain times (approximately 30 s to fill and 120 s to drain) of the target chambers needed to switch between polarimeter states, compared to the 600 s data acquisition time for any given polarimeter state.
The acquisition time frame is much shorter than what has been achieved in the past for other complex satellite systems.
As a rule, the time to access data in each new generation of tape capacity will be similar to the previous generation, but the time needed to transfer that data may be reduced by as much as 50% for a total net improvement in data acquisition time.

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