reconstruction time

reconstruction time

[rē′kənstruk′shən]
the period between the end of a CT scan and the appearance of an image.
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Market Drivers: Economic growth of countries Social pressure for infrastructure development and maintenance Urban regeneration and private sector investments Reconstruction time and raw materials (availability of technology and expertise) Key Questions This Report Answers: How does the global market for Repair Construction look like?
Using marching cubes algorithm, we first measure pixel points extracted from image edge, reduce the amount of peaks, and make use of midpoints on edge of cubes, thus shorten reconstruction time.
Reconstruction time is influenced by the size of the respective building in addition to the construction capacity in the community.
In spite of a series of material price control policies and regulations in place, construction market disorder and dysfunction, during the reconstruction time when we visited, remained a major concern for a number of interviewees.
com), where the data is registered automatically, further reducing surface reconstruction time, while improving accuracy through the manufacturing process.
Mercury acquisition and reconstruction technologies deliver orders-of-magnitude reduction in reconstruction time over existing technologies, helping to ensure that the reconstruction process does not become the throughput bottleneck in the diagnostic workflow.
Reconstruction time can be kept to a minimum using small capacity drives and small stripe widths of three to four drives; the former requires more drives for data and parity; the latter requires more drives for parity.
In combination with AIDR 3D, the ViSION Edition provides fast and robust low dose imaging for all patient examinations with negligible impact of reconstruction time.
This increase in effective back-end bus bandwidth can be exploited in one or more of the following ways: improved performance, lower RAID reconstruction time leading to improved data availability, fewer back-end buses leading to reduced cost and/or wiring complexity, and simplification of cache mirroring.
The XPAND study was designed to directly compare outcomes in two-stage breast reconstruction -- including successful expansion to implant exchange, average number of days to achieve the desired expansion, total reconstruction time, pain and patient satisfaction -- with AeroForm versus traditional saline expanders.
During the same period, scan times have also been reduced; this makes cone-beam CT reconstruction time the bottleneck that limits workflow in some situations.
Market drivers 1) Economic growth of countries 2) Social pressure for infrastructure development and maintenance 3)Urban regeneration and Private sector investments 4) Reconstruction time and Raw materials (availability of technology and expertise) 5) Other noteworthy market drivers Key questions our report answers 1) How does the global market for repair construction look like?

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