prefocus

prefocus

(priːˈfəʊkəs)
vb (tr)
to focus (something) in advance
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Several instruments were employed during the data collection process: (1) predata collection questionnaire, (2) prefocus group model evaluation and survey, and a (3) focus group protocol based on the NGT.
The IntelliWeld features prefocus optics that are optimised for fibre-coupled disk lasers, or fibre lasers with powers up to 8kW, and enable precise contour tracking for fillet welds.
These methods are rather time-consuming since the prefocus process is a searching process over the whole focusing range with steps of different intervals [1, 2].
By noting such behaviour, the photographer can decide where best to aim the camera, which lens to use, and even prefocus. There are hundreds of different models of binoculars with a vast range of prices.
One rural teacher working out of his content area told us, "It's real difficult, I was not prepared to teach reading or work with students with FAS, to be honest." Another participant, a principal, echoed this idea:</p> <pre> Once the diagnostic teams have been formulated then the next focus or even a prefocus has to be intervention in the school system.
Kuhlthau's information-seeking process (after Kuhlthau, 1996) Stages Task Topic Prefocus Focus Initiation Selection Exploration Formulation Feelings Uncertainty Optimism Confusion, Clarity Frustration, and doubt Thoughts Ambiguity -- [right arrow] -- Increased interest Actions Seeking Information -- [right relevant arrow] Stages Information Search Starting Collection Closure Writing Feelings Sense of Relief Satisfaction direction/ or confidence dissatisfaction Thoughts Specificity [right arrow] Actions Seeking Infor- Pertinent mation
41) as students moved through the six stages of task initiation, topic selection, prefocus exploration, focus formulation, information collection, and search closure.
Standard voltage lamps from 3W to 110W offer single/double contact, candelabra, intermediate, medium, long shell medium, disc, spring contact, prefocus bases.
Both prefocus their remote cameras and Silverman says he uses manual focus in low light, like for "the [horse] barns at Belmont."
Kuhlthau (1988) proposed a model for information searching which contains six stages: task initiation, topic selection, prefocus exploration, focus formulation, information collection, and search closure.
It is essential to prefocus your telescope on a star.
Using a case study approach consisting of a prefocus group questionnaire, a focus group, and follow-up interviews, this research method provided an examination of faculty perceived usefulness of an instructional technology, VT.