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perceptual

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

per·cep′tu·al·ly adv.

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In the most important part of the study, the scientists used the out-of-body illusion to perceptually 'teleport' the participants between different places in the scanner room.
The researchers had previously reported the development of a new submaximal protocol to predict peak oxygen uptake using a moderate, perceptually regulated 1-km treadmill walk test (J.
s low-demand questions were perceptually based and concrete, similar to what van Kleeck, Gillam, Hamilton, and McGrath (1997) deemed as Level 1, the lowest parental input level.
Brutal repression against peaceful protesters on Saturday leading to a backlash on Sunday, where pitched battles were fought Other than Sonia Gandhi who visited Safdarjung Hospital and met a handful, no member of the government engaged with the young protesters directly Perceptually, judgmental error was Union home secretary praising the Delhi Police chief publicly for an outstanding job in a live presser Absence of any demonstrative action on the part of any one in authority Inability to fathom the width and depth of widespread anger on the gang rape Delhi Police chief Neeraj Kumar blaming media for fuelling the passions on the gang rape incident Tokenism from those in authority through suspension of low- level constables and officers
The results from the quantitative analysis corroborated the results of studies done elsewhere: that women are underrepresented and stereotyped both verbally and visually and that they hardly made it to sections of the news report deemed to be perceptually more salient (e.
The problem is that since the subject lacks perceptually unmediated access to the world he must compare his proto-thoughts with his other 'truth-defining or privileged' proto-thoughts, but this means that an isolated subject can't grasp the mind-independent truth on the pain of contradiction.
And we have one final player in this contest, the user (generally the students and faculty of the institution), for whom the relevance of a historic preservation project will have much to do with how well this older building does what very good modern buildings may already do well: provide a perceptually comfortable and psychologically resonant environment in which the business of education blossoms.
Men's participation in the realm of care work has been sluggish and it appears that government policy, too, is reluctant to facilitate a change perceived as voluntary, socially antagonistic, and not entirely driven by economic need, at least perceptually.
The retrieval scheme is accurate if the retrieved images resemble perceptually (to human) with the query image.
MODERN CONCEPTS AND APPROACHES Later in the 20th century, Viktor Lowenfeld put forth the concept of creative self-expression, and how art contributes to the growth of the child--emotionally, intellectually, physically, perceptually, socially, aesthetically and creatively.
Then they consider such topics as spatially adaptive image restoration, perceptually motivated image restoration, blind image deconvolution, detecting edges using model-based neural networks, the genetic optimization of feature representation for compressed-domain image categorization, and content-based retrieval.
Optimum VA depends on foveal vision so light focussed on the peripheral retina can be degraded optically without much consequence perceptually, other than perhaps the extent of the visual field.