spatial localization

spa·tial lo·cal·i·za·tion

the reference of a visual sensation to a definite locality in space.
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4,9,10) Contrast sensitivity (10) and spatial localization (9,11) are reduced in amblyopia due to developmental defects in the spatial visual processes of the nervous system.
It has been suggested by Edworthy, Loxley and Dennis [22] that harmonic overtones can be used to enhance spatial localization.
Results of studies on stereo-acuity of athletes are paradoxical, but it seems that stereo-acuity is an important skill in archery as it is used for spatial localization.
Over the years, it has been argued that the visually impaired people benefit from augmented hearing and acoustic spatial localization abilities, due to sensory compensation and cross-modal plasticity in the lack of sight [1].
Contract award: spatial localization local council district 1, b-dul banu manta nr.
At present, research on PGSA is still in its infancy, such as integer programming problems [5], transmission network planning problems [6] and some intelligent optimization computing [7], but no previous method of spatial localization PGSA has yet been found.
They may not be required for lesions near the spine, as the spine provides spatial localization.
In addition, size discrimination, while a nominally spatial task, may not tap or quantify the fine-grained limits of spatial localization.
The general theory of localized frames (see [6], [5] and [1]) asserts that the functions forming the dual basis satisfy a similar spatial localization.
The MALDI-enabled system also enables researchers to perform MALDI imaging studies to determine the spatial localization of drugs and peptides in biological tissues.
frequency, choosing the representation, adaptive approximations and basic practical issues along with analysis of seizures, event-related desynchronization and synchronization and spatial localization of cerebral sources, then describes equations and technical details such as adaptive approximation and matching pursuit, statistic significance of changes in the time-frequency plane and details and tricks of implementation.
To produce images of the patient, 3 orthogonal magnetic field gradients are applied during the imaging process: one for slice selection (Z gradient) and the other 2 for spatial localization within the slice (X and Y gradients).

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