light difference

light dif·fer·ence

1. the difference in light sensitivity of the two eyes;
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light difference

The difference between the two eyes with respect to sensitivity to light intensity.
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The result is what you might call MobileOCT 2.0--a new era ofthe company, refocused to making a device that will combine diffuse reflectance spectroscopy, polarized light difference imaging (PDI), and maybe even fluorescence, into one digital technology (Fig.
"We adjusted the level of the front wing a fair bit in the second pit stop, adjusted the tyres and brakes and that seemed to make as light difference."
The body clock controls secretion of melatonin and light turns it off, but if you change into a new time zone it takes several days to adjust to the light difference.
The body clock controls secretion of melatonin and light turns it off, but if you change into a new time zone it takes several days to adjust to the light difference. A review of ten trials found when people had taken melatonin there was a clear reduction in jet lag, and it concluded melatonin could be effective if people adapted their behaviour to the new time zone and took 2-5mg of the drug at bedtime after arrival, although not if on certain other drugs or if an epileptic.
The toddler's killing also brought to light differences between the provincial government and police.
Christmas lights strung--or hung as I would later learn to say--I would change the colors and marvel at how the light differences changed the look of my sets.
Besides the noteworthy contributions that this book makes to our understanding of the complex relationship between war and democracy, it also brings to light differences in scholarly opinion, even among the contributing authors of this book, leaving plenty of room for future research.
Part of this method is to look at light differences on the two images, but he described the process as quite subjective.
It is unlikely that blue light differences within the canopy were responsible for plant height differences, since throughout the stem extension period, blue light for all plant populations was several times greater than the threshold level (6.3 W [m.sup.-2]), at which stem extension is induced (Wheeler et al., 1991).
Also, small light differences among sites can cause significant changes in the variables related to total growth.
In the comparison of standard and production batches, the main areas of concern should be the hue and chroma differences, since the light differences will vary because of the spacing between the pellets.