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cueing

 [ku´ing]
assisting an individual in the completion of a task by offering prompts.
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The traditional cueing paradigm was used in sports-related research, for example, to examine if the ability to set attention is different between athletes and non-athletes (e.
The study by Nieuwboer is the first large randomised controlled trial with sufficient power evaluating home-based cueing strategies in PD, provided by specifically trained physical therapists.
JHMCS performed beyond specification in all areas including display symbology, precise sensor slaving and target cueing.
In the past, cable operators have relied on analog cueing for inserting local advertising into digital network feeds.
Under this contract, VSI will produce and deliver its Helmet Mounted Cueing Systems ("HMCS") to the RDAF F-16 fleet.