simultaneous contrast

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si·mul·ta·ne·ous con·trast

the enhancement of the visual sensation of white when a white object is viewed adjacent to a black object; the black object also appears blacker as a result of the contiguity of white. Adjacent complementary colors also appear brighter; for example, green appears a brighter green and red a brighter red if these two colors are viewed side by side.
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In this case it is very important to observe that unlike the original photo and the chromatic effect, in the picture that had the contrast effect applied on the algorithm recognized another element: the fact that is a daytime picture.
(1) Treatment, multiple comparison test among all treatments; Fermentation, SCG 10% vs FSCG 10%; linear, linear contrast effect among 0%, 10%, and 20% of FSCG; quadratic, quadratic contrast effect among 0%, 10%, and 20% of FSCG.
In this regard, he also benefits from the contrast effect. Of course, there are still a number of issues which need to be addressed but credit must be given where it is due, to buck up the better performers.
In cardiac catheter examination one year after coil embolization, the contrast effect of the LAD and left circumflex coronary artery (LCX) increased, and each coronary branch was easy to distinguish.
Sagittal T1- and T2-weighted MR images showed an elliptical mass of a low intensity partially with high intensity with no contrast effect. Axial T1-weighted MR images showed a low-intensity mass in the peroneal tendon sheath, which seemed to compress both the peroneal brevis and longus tendons (Figure 3).
While a decrease in contrast effect was observed in the small intestine wall, no prominent thrombosis of the mesenteric artery or veins was observed, so NOMI was considered.
One part was a single cystic lesion, which had no contrast effect from the right abdomen to the pelvic cavity.
It was worth mentioning that the [M.sub.s] tended to have impact on magnetic heating and MRI contrast effect of MION [25-27].
Greater relative positive shift (a positive contrast effect) results in preference for the reinforcement signal that follows greater effort.
However, going against predictions, there was a contrast effect when there was a religious focus with the positive priming having the most negative influence.