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isochronal

(ī-sŏk′rō-năl) [″ + chronos, time]
Acting in uniform time, or taking place at regular intervals.
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For the NHPT, it was found that moderately paretic patients exhibited a lower MC score--that is, a stronger temporal isochronism between MI and motor execution--than the severely paretic patients.
While this part of the work might be forwarded in the future, currently the authors are mainly focused on application of the Hinf algorithm towards aircraft icing; in this paper, instability or isochronism of the algorithm is expected to be tolerated by the neural networks, as described in the following section.
Thus, Helmholtz's studies of music offer radical interventions in longstanding debates-about isochronism, for example (30)--in that they reach beyond the more philosophical language of "proportion," replacing it with a mechanized notation that more accurately expresses fundamental physiological truths: the waveform transmission of sound and the ear's sensitivity to precise and rapid vibrations.