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perceptual

(pər-sĕp′cho͞o-əl)
adj.
Of, based on, or involving perception.

per·cep′tu·al·ly adv.

perceptual

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Let us imagine a BIV counterpart to an agent, S, who is wonderfully perceptually trained with respect to a set of perceptual tasks.
perceptually embed the watermark payload using a channel-dependent approach.
Imperceptibility means that the watermarked content is perceptually indistinguishable from the original image.
Second, in the existing work, information that guides infants to select a category for the current event (henceforth, categorical cues) has all been shown during the event, making it necessary to compare infants' use of object information when they watch perceptually different events.
A geometrically organised representation space such as conceptual spaces are perceptually grounded and therefore a highly cognitively motivated mod el.
A forced-choice discrimination task was employed to assess perceptual awareness of the "o" and "x" masked stimuli (S1), with two objectives: (a) to classify each participant as perceptually aware or unaware of S1 stimuli during the following phase; and (b) to measure individual d' values.
They then used the illusion to perceptually 'teleport' the participants to different locations in a room and show that the perceived location of the bodily self can be decoded from activity patterns in specific brain regions.
Owing to lack of counseling, care and support from the close relatives and family friends, the cancer patients are perceptually unwilling to get long term treatment i.
Although there are facts that speak in favour of the health of a thin person, perceptually a person who carries excess weight speaks more to many Namibians than a skinny person.
We don't want to have to enter that fray, so to create the best, most level playing field, both actually and perceptually, we separated it by platform.
Founded in 2009 to provide a scalable model to repurpose and reuse perceptually obsolete devices, eRC partners with global wireless carriers and retailers to provide instant, in-store trade-in credit.
Lead researcher Dr Rachael Jack said that their research shows that 'basic' facial expression signals are perceptually segmented across time and follow an evolving hierarchy of signals over time - from the biologically-rooted basic signals to more complex socially-specific signals.