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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Request Sample Copy of the Report @ https://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2413085 The design and choice of sensor-based fiber optics hinges upon clinical issues and technological issues such as spatial resolution, target site, spatial localization, non-invasiveness, desired sampling and overall clinical intent.
Zelinsky ran Evelyn through a series of tests that included her patented Z-Bell Test[R], which has become internationally recognized by eye experts and scientists for its ability to evaluate patients' ability to integrate spatial localization in both visual and auditory systems.
The far speedier learning curve is probably tied to the superior specificity of spatial localization afforded by fMRI neurofeedback, according to the neuroscientist.
(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.
Paprotny, "Review and comparison of spatial localization methods for low power wireless sensor networks," IEEE Sensor Journal, vol.
Ishii et al., "Modality-specific frontal and parietal areas for auditory and visual spatial localization in humans," Nature Neuroscience, vol.
It has been suggested by Edworthy, Loxley and Dennis [22] that harmonic overtones can be used to enhance spatial localization. However, they also said that fundamental tones higher than 1000 Hz should be avoided, since it can make the sound aversive.
Since many sports require spatial localization, the relationship between sports performance and depth perception sounds rational (25).
During the learning of a location, each local view in log-polar coordinate is learned as a landmark for the system; then, the landmarks' recognition information and their spatial localization in the visual field are merged in a product space to define a place code, and the VPC is generated after the recognition and association of the place code.
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].
An emerging concept in the field of signal transduction is that cAMP signals are compartmentalized and localized to discrete locations in the cell and that spatial localization dictates signaling specificity [1-5].

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