visual identification


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visual identification

In a flight control system, a control mode in which the aircraft follows a radar target and is automatically positioned to allow visual identification.
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Indocyanine green (ICG) is a fluorescent dye that has excellent signal penetration and allows for real-time visual identification using near-infrared fluorescence imaging.
In fact, since almost methods depend on visual identification of operator, it is difficult to compare effectiveness fairly and to quickly determine packets which are whether normal packets or abnormal ones.
These play an important role in visual identification.
Focusing on visual identification and diagnosis, the book's 200 cases are arranged from simple to more complex and by body part in each category.
All our advanced fighter planes can electronically identify an unknown aircraft by interrogating its squawk, and every fighter pilot is an expert in visual identification as well.
Washington, Dec 15 (ANI): Researchers at MIT have developed new detectors that could provide easy visual identification of specific chemicals - whether toxins, disease markers, pathogens or explosives.
ALPHAGAZ laboratory pure gases from Air Liquide feature a SMARTOP lever-activated valve for fast gas shut-off in case of emergency and unmistakable visual identification of valve status.
More important, Lew has given visual identification to articles, authors and columns.
The technology facility is staffed 24/7 with on-site personnel who monitor closed circuit television and visual identification checkpoints, as well as data network security.
No textual information to explain the illustrations has been included as the purpose of this atlas is to provide visual identification, leaving lengthy descriptions to anatomy textbooks.
Appreciated, funds and resources necessary to create museums at each site may not have been previously available, but in Cyprus a simple, solidly built, wood pillar and tent structure has been placed over ruins near Larnaca which gives shade to visitors and some protection to the relics and creates an attractive, visual identification point from afar indicating an area of historical interest.
In a 660 by 1200 meter flat-land area, which included 1,636 buildings in a certain city, we evaluated the change-detection accuracy of RealScape by comparing the results of RealScape with those of human visual identification.

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