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visibility

(vĭz″ĭ-bĭl′ĭ-tē) [L. visibilitas]
The quality of being visible.

visibility 

1. The property of being visible to the eye.
2. The range of vision through different densities of atmosphere.
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All of the major players in transportation and logistics visibility are less than a decade old.
The effect of luminance uniformity on visibility level in road lighting.
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Ignite Visibility's team of PPC managers are Google Adwords certified.
Delivery Platform that provides pervasive visibility of network traffic, users,
The workshop included presentations from five experts, covering topics such as FHWA's previous research, visibility needs for vehicles of the future, roadway lighting limitations, eye-movement analysis, and retroreflectivity.
Section 4 shows the overall quantitative model and an example to assess visibility in the entire supply chain.
This introductory essay first articulates the understanding of digital technologies that underpins this Special Section and stresses the importance of an affordance approach to the study of visibility management with and through digital technologies.
Half hourly averaged ANC measurements were conducted continuously during winter season for the period December 2, 2006, to January 16, 2007, that is characterized by adequate number of low visibility episodes of fog.
The life in Lahore remained almost paralysed as the city and its surrounding areas remained blanketed by the dense fog and the visibility turned zero causing the closure of all sort of traffic including the Allama Iqbal Airport.
Comguard, part of the Spectrum group, will offer Ixia's portfolio of network visibility solutions including the Anue Net Tool Optimizer (NTO) and GTP Session Controller (GSC) to their customers in the region.