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perceptible

(pər-sĕp′tə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being perceived by the senses or the mind: perceptible sounds in the night.

per·cep′ti·bil′i·ty n.
per·cep′ti·bly adv.
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Their method demonstrated superior performance in both visual perceptibility and quantity.
6), but assuming constant perceptibility resulted in poor detection-model fit for about 6 (15%) of the 39 species (Bald Eagle, Marsh Wren, Common Yellowthroat, White-crowned Sparrow, Dark-eyed Junco, and Red-winged Blackbird).
In contrast, the MVBs of scattered coefficients are gathered around the zero value, which will serve us to minimize the embedding strength and hence the perceptibility of the watermark.
Consumer adoption of new mobile payment services is influenced by the general characteristics of the payment service: (a) compatibility, (b) the possibility of testing, (c) perceptibility, (d) comparative advantage, (e) complexity; as well as by their specific characteristics: (f) speed, (g) reliability, (h) enjoyment of use, (i) control of the usage process, (j) the risk of use.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Perceptibility of watermarks with increasing lengths, where L = 1500.
I have framed my discussion with Eisner's four qualities of the educational connoisseur: perceptibility, noticeability, discerning features, and uniqueness.
[9.] Ishikawa-Nagai S, Yoshida A, Sakai M, KristianDa Silva JD (2009) Clinical evaluation of perceptibility of color differences between natural teeth and all-ceramic crowns.
(12.) Rens van Munster and Casper Sylvest, eds., Documenting World Politics: A Critical Companion to IR and Non-Fiction Film (London: Routledge, 2015); Rens van Munster and Casper Sylvest, "Documenting International Relations: Documentary Film and the Creative Arrangement of Perceptibility," International Studies Perspectives 16, no.
It is perhaps in the lit darkness of our own contemporary moment that this fugitive affinity between Beckett and Dickinson, this latent tradition of blind seeing, comes to a kind of oblique perceptibility. There is, I think, a recognition, across a wide range of contemporary writers, that the task of making a picture of the world today involves us in the apprehension of a kind of darkness that is woven into the picturing mechanism itself--just as there is a growing sense that to think about life now, under contemporary conditions, requires us to re-see the junction between the living and the dead.
The perceptibility of these "figures" is a gift of chroma in that the sides of the quadrilateral aluminium bars are variously coloured (in segments of varying heights), proclaiming their freedom from white or grey, which is the unhued face they present to the viewer positioned frontally before the work.
A new approach to geographic partitioning of probabilistic seismic hazard using seismic source distance with earthquake extreme and perceptibility statistics: an application to the southern Balkan region.
KARA KEELING: To go back to trans work, that plays with the coherence of gender in ways I think bring together these questions around scale and perceptibility and the coherence of identity.