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msec

Abbreviation for millisecond.

msec

abbreviation for millisecond.

msec

Abbreviation for millisecond.
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When latency/delay is zero, participants completed the task easily and had better coordination with each other, but whenever the latency increased from 2000 to 5000 msec, then task completion time and errors made by the users increased which severely affected the user's performance in CVEs.
This experiment was identical to Experiment 1 except for the followings: Four hundred msec after the presentation of the pupils, a target was presented.
Imaging parameters for proton density and T2-weighted images included echo times of 30/90 msec, TR of 2700 msec and a 256x192 matrix with one excitation at a FOV of 22x16 cm.
Here the microbolometer reports 50 C at 7 msec or one half time, 75 C at two half times and 87.
If, for example, blocks with 20 characters are expected to be processed in 4 msec, then the data-transfer rate should be at least 50,000 baud.
When Robertson and Carter last compared the time series data from these two techniques, in 1983, they obtained a root-mean-square error of about 6 msec of arc.
Additional analysis of the findings showed that 8% of the men treated with goserelin and bicalutamide had a QT-interval prolongation of more than 60 msec.
What's more, with a bit of arbitrary adjustment of the cutoff points--redefining a narrow QRS as 120 msec or less, rather than the CMS definition of less than 120 msec--suddenly the population that benefits more from ICD therapy becomes the SCD-HeFT subgroup with a narrow QRS, not a wide one.
Each single revolution cut is made at the rate of 200 RPM and takes about 300 msec.
Coupled with the industry's fastest transaction processing speeds - typically less than 100 msec for a contactless transaction - MicroPass-powered PayPass credit and debit cards provide a consistent and reliable experience for cardholders, and a highly cost-effective platform for card manufacturers.
We found that both QTD and QTcD increased significantly with the increasing number of stenotic coronary vessels (48 [+ or -] 16, 80 [+ or -] 18 and 120 [+ or -] 34 msec; and 53 [+ or -] 19, 89 [+ or -] 21 and 142 [+ or -] 19 msec, for SVD, DVD and TVD, respectively, p<0.
Those results showed that an implanted resynchronization device could cut the death rate by 27%, and the rate of death or hospitalization for worsening heart failure by 40%, in patients with a left ventricular ejection fraction of less than 35%, a left ventricular end-diastolic volume of at least 55 mm, a QRS interval of at least 130 msec, and a 6-minute walking distance of no more than 450 m.