localizability


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localizability

or

localisability

n
the capability of being made local
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Suarez is also well aware of the pre-theoretical intuition we have about the localizability of sounds in the sound producing objects.
Vishnu and Paul, 2010 further derive currently the best necessary conditions of node localizability.
Jian, "Location, localization, and localizability," Journal of Computer Science and Technology, vol.
Effect of artificial alert sound, background noise, and vehicle type on detectability and localizability of quiet cars by blind pedestrians.
Given the great diversity of mobile services offered, qualities related to mobility of mobile services (ubiquity, reachability, personalization, localizability, etc.
For practically, the localizability property of a via hole can be estimated by investigation of S-Parameters dependency, either on the boundary conditions and simulation area in an electromagnetic simulator or on the geometry and size of a board in experiment.
Finally, we turn to the BLC or localizability hierarchy outlined in Figure 1 above.
The combination of air-conducted and bone-conducted sound could result in ambiguous directional information, and thus reduced localizability, thereby providing no benefit to the participant performing the search task.
In this system we implement the localizability aided localization can effectively guide the adjustment of network and to support fine-grained manipulation, we decompose distance graph into two-connected components.
Section 5 summarizes the discussion and situates the Likpe data with respect to the localizability hierarchy.
These issues include (a) whether digital filters based on one generalized set of HRTFs will allow accurate spatial synthesis for all individuals (Wenzel, Arruda, Kistler, & Wightman, 1993; Wenzel, Wightman, Kistler, & Foster, 1988); (b) the intelligibility and localizability of speech signals in 3D auditory displays (Begault & Wenzel, 1993; Ricard & Meirs, 1994); and (c) masking and release from masking effects associated with spatially encoded displays (Doll & Hanna, 1995; Doll, Hanna, & Russotti, 1992).
Wilkins formulates a localizability hierarchy among six types of scenes, with the locative prototype at the bottom, so as to compare the semantic extension of the BLC across languages.