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detectability

(dɪˌtɛktəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being detectable
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The Vereos high-performance advanced molecular imaging system demonstrates Philips' commitment to enhancing patient care by improving the detectability and characterization of small lesions.
Daesh has also acquired the security equipment to test devices for aviation attacks which would be used to check detectability of IEDs concealed in luggage or in [items of] personal electronics,' the letter reads.
Longer-term, he wants to study artificial intelligence as a way to triage mammographic screening examinations into different pipelines based on the risk of breast cancer and the detectability of a potential tumor.
The enhancement to the premium CT system now offers Model-Based Iterative Reconstruction (MBIR), which significantly improves low-contrast detectability and high-contrast spatial resolution with Toshiba Medical's FIRST MBIR, as well as workflow and efficiency tools.
After review of basics like matter, elements, atoms, molecules, and forces or fields, it describes nuclides and radioactive processes, radioactivity, the production of radionuclides, the interaction of high-energy radiation with matter, radiation dosimetry, detection of high-energy radiation, in vitro and in vivo radiation detection, operational characteristics and quality control of a scintillation camera, detectability or final contrast in an image, the biologic effects of radiation and risk evaluation from exposure, methods of safe handling of radionuclides, and rules and regulations.
Examine and characterize the detectability of the microtaggant in the paint at multiple concentrations of microtaggant.
The primary objective of this study was to determine if there is seasonal and diel variation in Diamond Darter detectability.
The "experts" then use the values for each step based on severity, occurrence, and detectability to give them numerical values.
To date however, surveys have been restricted to presence-absence without explicitly accounting for detectability and the probability of obtaining false-negative results; the failure of detecting the focal species when it is present.
The combined detectability means that when this pen is lost in the process machinery of a food ingredient plant or the finished food product themselves then the standard metal and X-ray inspection machinery can identify and reject the contaminated products that may contain pieces of the pen.