subthreshold

subthreshold

(sʌbˈθrɛʃhəʊld)
adj
(of a stimulus) not powerful enough to produce a response
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But there is something called subthreshold SAD which affects about 20% of the population," he adds, referring to people who may experience symptoms but to a more minor extent.
The prevalence and disability of bipolar spectrum disorders in the US population: re-analysis of the ECA database taking into account subthreshold cases.
Transistors are operated in subthreshold region to obtain the non-linear behavior.
Coles and former graduate student Jessica Schubert (now at University of Michigan Medical School) monitored 20 individuals diagnosed with OCD and 10 individuals endorsing subthreshold OCD symptoms during one week of sleep.
The increased risk of new-onset alcohol dependence was observed not only in subjects who met DSM-IV criteria for an affective disorder, but in those with subthreshold mood symptoms as well (JAMA Psychiatry.
The behavior of adiabatic logic circuits in weak inversion or subthreshold rule is analyzed in depth for the first time in the literature to make great improvement in ultra low power circuit design.
Keep in mind that rebound hyperpigmentation could be due to the multiple subthreshold exposures that can stimulate melanogenesis in some areas," he commented.
The day 167 semen sample of patient 8 repeatedly demonstrated a subthreshold curve in the rRT-PCR test, suggesting evidence of Zika virus RNA at the assay detection limit.
Usual care also could include MRI, sleep medication, and subthreshold exercise, depending on the patient.
Circuit design contributions include: an analytical model of subthreshold behavior, dominant on standby, of metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFETs) with a silicon or germanium junctionless cylindrical gate; spin lifetime enhancement and manipulation in silicon-on-insulator structures; an energy efficient 12-bit, 1-MS/s successive approximation register analog-to-digital converter (SAR ADC) for sensor applications using a hybrid charge and complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology; and an architecture of 5.
The Apollo family of ARM Cortex MCUs and RTCs are the worlds lowest-power devices of their kind, both based on Ambiqs patented Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology (SPOT) platform.
The Apollo family of ARM Cortex MCUs and RTCs are the world's lowest-power devices of their kind, both based on Ambiq's patented Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology / SPOT(TM) platform.