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directionality

The ability to perceive one's position in relation to the environment; the sense of direction. Problems with directionality are frequently found in children with learning disabilities or suspected minimal brain dysfunction.
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To quantify and compare the effect of the different substrates on immature PSC neuronal progeny (24 h after plating) and more mature PSC neuronal progeny (15 days after plating), we analysed the direction of neurite outgrowth (detected in the TUJ1 image) with the directionality plugin of ImageJ (open source software).
Because these areas all have functional connectivity with M1, it is possible that the MEP facilitated by directionality complex intervention is related to the activity of these areas.
In this work we studied spatial directionality of neural signatures of cognitive processing during task engagement and rest states using a standard 10-20 EEG system.
"All of these advantages may lead to applications where transparency, directionality, and thermal properties are simultaneously important, with possibilities including radiative cooling, solar-powered thermal isolation, and others," Dmitriev said.
Texture Directionality. Texture is a property that exists in many areas.
To determine whether the changes in the extent of matrix directionality are statistically significant, histograms obtained from images taken for each loaded group and the nonloaded control were combined and consolidated in one graph for direct comparison as shown in Figure 4.
On the other hand, normal 2D wavelet transform are ineffective in the provisioning of directionality and anisotropy, which provide essential information very much needed for images containing curves.
As the separation between cubes increases, the angular width of the beam narrows and directionality improves.
Our main goal in this paper is to explain the ways in which the directional effect works in double conditionals with different directionality according to the semantic hypothesis (Oberauer & Wilhelm, 2000; Oberauer et al., 2005).
This article explores the impact that directionality may have on editing procedures in micro/macro translation units (Alves & Vale, 2009, 2011; Alves & Goncalves, 2013) and aims to identify translators' profiles and subprofiles.
The study was limited by its cross-sectional design, which make the directionality of the two conditions hard to determine, the researchers noted.
Features such as Automatic Volume Control, Wind Noise Reduction and Microphone Directionality make it a comfortable solution in any listening situation."

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