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vox·el

 (vŏk′səl)
n.
The basic unit of a three-dimensional digital representation of an image or object.

voxel

(ˈvɒksəl)
n
(Computer Science) computing any of a number of very small elements that make up a a three-dimensional image, as on a visual display unit
[C20: blend of volume and pixel]
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On-the-fly switching and mixing of two metals printed from a single multichannel nozzle facilitates a chemical feature size of <400nm with a spatial resolution of 250nm at printing speeds of up to 10 voxels per sec.
Much of the time in the algorithm is devoted to calculating projections through the voxels. The integral over energy may be performed after the projection has been calculated.
Step 2: Classify the global image into two pixels set using T: the set B of body voxels and the set N of nonbody voxels.
Biswal proposed seed-based analysis in which a seed is selected and the linear correlation of this seed region with all the other voxels in the entire brain is found to get the seed-based functional connectivity (FC) map (1).
In gray matter, schizophrenia patients had a significantly higher percentage of extreme negative deviations across voxels (0.9% of voxels), compared with both bipolar patients and healthy controls (0.24% and 0.23%, respectively).
The minimal number of contiguous voxels was set based on the expected voxels per cluster.
The cube region, formed by eight adjacent sampling points, is just a voxel. Simultaneously, these eight sample points referred as the corners of the voxels.
The volume is made up of 3D pixels known as voxels. When a computer aligns two different MRI scans, it's sifting through millions of voxels to assign them locations in a new, unified image.
Following the scan, raw data are transformed into voxels and digitally stored in computers (digital volumes).
The cameras capture volumetric data (height, width and depth) using voxels, a 3D pixel.