Picture Matching

The non-scientific approach to a diagnosis in the visual arts of medicine—dermatology, radiology, pathology—in which one tries to match the morphology of the unknown case on one’s microscope or image with a case that one has previously seen
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Despite the proliferation of public and private cameras all around, face and picture matching softwares are not available.
Many of the activities that the students undertook with the children were active and visual, such as singing, colouring, word and picture matching and there was lots of outdoor fun and games too.
I have ability to more with young helping their Dan Many of the activities that the students undertook with the children were active and visual, such as singing, colouring, word and picture matching and there was lots of outdoor fun and games too.
One such limitation was that only Kiarra was formally tested for a generalized simple and complex identical picture matching repertoire.
Young learners start with picture matching and progress to early word recognition, while older students focus on longer, more complex texts.
A more recent study examined picture matching, and completely eliminated the problem of semantic memory from the task (Heller, 2002; Heller et al.
OUR lady in Daily Post Photo Sales has made an extensive search around the dates of the Jubilee and cannot find any picture matching this description.
With each player's SA picture matching reality, the rest of the mission proceeded without a hitch.
Instructional software usually teaches, drills, or tests something, such as number concepts, or picture matching.
They were also told that they would be asked to take three different types of multiple-choice tests, one involving picture matching, one involving analogies, and one involving fill-in-the-blank items.
Or, they can actually make a gingerbread man in The Kitchen activity area, which focuses on text and picture matching, comparing and contrasting, using visual cues, and other skills.