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The resolution limitations for a single stage are given by the inherent resolution of the electron optical system as well as the resolution capabilities of the cathodoluminescent viewing screen.
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* Can display in almost any resolution and refresh rate ( within the limitations of the horizontal and vertical sweep rates supported by the complete display ).
Though Oblique illumination suffers from the same limitations as bright field microscopy ( low contrast of many biological samples ; low apparent resolution due to out of focus objects ), it may highlight otherwise invisible structures.
However, despite these limitations, the inclusion of fossils is invaluable, as they can provide information in sparse areas of trees, breaking up long branches and constraining intermediate character states ; thus, fossil taxa contribute as much to tree resolution as modern taxa.
In practice, it is currently very difficult to create a high-fidelity virtual reality experience, due largely to technical limitations on processing power, image resolution, and communication bandwidth ; however, the technology's proponents hope that such limitations will be overcome as processor, imaging, and data communication technologies become more powerful and cost-effective over time.
The games in the Worms series had an almost realistic look for the worms in the cover, although in game-play, it is hard to point out the details due to the limitations of screen resolution.
Therefore, since the ability to visually see a transmitting antenna ( disregarding the limitations of the eye's resolution ) roughly corresponds to the ability to receive a radio signal from it, the propagation characteristic of high-frequency radio is called " line-of-sight ".
On the other hand, it shares the limitations of a single probe concerning complicated electronics and poor time resolution.
Stimulated emission depletion is a simple example of how higher resolution surpassing the diffraction limit is possible, but it has major limitations.
Despite some shortcomings, such as the card's dithered 16-bit 3D color rendering and 800 × 600 resolution limitations, no other manufacturers ' products could match the smooth framerates that the Voodoo2 produced.
Due to hardware limitations of the era, artists were greatly restricted in the detail they could achieve using that technique ; the resolution, framerate and number of frames were severely constrained.
There are changes from the traditional fairy tale in La Cenerentola because Rossini opted for having a non-magical resolution to the story ( unlike the original source ), due to obvious limitations in the " special effects " available.
As physical limitations ( e. g. resolution of sensor, temporal update frequency ) may vary with hardware, an API can do little to hide that, other than by assuming a " least common denominator " model.
Different traditions govern whether the Committee of the Whole or the House itself will debate a given resolution, and the Rules Committee generally sets the forum under which a proposition will be debated and the amendment / time limitations for every measure, too.
Similar to the constraints of ASCII and ANSI art, the coder and artist both must take into consideration the limitations presented by text mode: a base resolution of 80 × 25 " blocks " and a mere 16 fixed colors by default.
Due to technical limitations ( low resolution ), the tennis ball appears as a block instead of a sphere.
When sending the image to another phone, this high resolution image might be transcoded to a lower resolution image with fewer colors in order to better fit the target device's screen size and color limitations.
The use of array CGH overcomes many of these limitations, with improvement in resolution and dynamic range, in addition to direct mapping of aberrations to the genome sequence and improved throughput.
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The resolution further asked that polling place proprietors affix an attachment to their premises for the display of the flag.
The senior policy officer may be moved to think hard about a problem by any of an infinite variety of stimuli: an idea in his own head, the suggestions of a colleague, a question from the Secretary or the President, a proposal by another department, a communication from a foreign government or an American ambassador abroad, the filing of an item for the agenda of the United Nations or of any other of dozens of international bodies, a news item read at the breakfast table, a question to the President or the Secretary at a news conference, a speech by a Senator or Congressman, an article in a periodical, a resolution from a national organization, a request for assistance from some private American interests abroad, et cetera, ad infinitum.
It should be noted, however, that the paraxial resolution is quite similar for both electron optical systems.
For the small diameter fibers now technically feasible and required for about 100 Af resolution, Af.
Electrostatic systems of the pseudo-symmetric type have been tested for resolution capabilities by applying electronography.
Rep. Mac Barber of Commerce is asking the House in a privilege resolution to `` endorse increased federal support for public education, provided that such funds be received and expended '' as state funds.
The small shops `` must be retained, for they provide essential service to the community '', according to the resolution, which added that they `` also are the source of livelihood for thousands of our neighbors ''.
The late Secretary of State John Foster Dulles considered the 1954 Geneva agreement a specimen of appeasement, saw that resolution would be needed to keep it from becoming a calamity for the West.
There was no directive for it -- the Security Council's resolution had not mentioned political matters, and in any case the United Nations by the terms of its charter may not interfere in the political affairs of any nation, whether to unify it, federalize it or Balkanize it.
Congress never enacted the resolution or even debated it, the national papers ignored it, and it resulted in a loss of political support for Lincoln in his district.
The only resolution of these contradictory positions was for the confederates to fire the first shot ; they did just that.
On June 7, 1776, Richard Henry Lee tabled a resolution before the Continental Congress declaring the colonies independent ; at the same time he also urged Congress to resolve “ to take the most effectual measures for forming foreign Alliances ” and to prepare a plan of confederation for the newly-independent states.
Lars Johanson ( 2010: 15-17 ) suggests that a resolution of the Altaic dispute may yet come from the examination of verbal morphology and calls for a muting of the polemic.
The philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, in The Concept of Anxiety, described anxiety or dread associated with the " dizziness of freedom " and suggested the possibility for positive resolution of anxiety through the self-conscious exercise of responsibility and choosing.
The main advantage is the fine definition of the analog signal which has the potential for an infinite amount of signal resolution.
The amendment was submitted to the states for ratification by Congressional joint resolution, and therefore was not subject to Presidential veto, though Johnson vigorously opposed it, again because so many southern states were not represented in the Congress.
The sound chip, named Paula, supports four sound channels ( two for the left speaker and two for the right ) with 8-bit resolution for each channel and a 6-bit volume control per channel.
resolution and single
Cascaded single stages enclosed by a common envelope have been constructed with high gain and high resolution.
The luminous efficiency and resolution of single stages, fiber couplers, and finally of the composite tube will be computed.
Although the hardware is limited to four separate sound channels, software such as OctaMED uses software mixing to allow eight or more virtual channels, and it was possible for software to mix two hardware channels to achieve a single 14-bit resolution channel by playing with the volumes of the channels in such a way that one of the source channels contributes the most significant bits and the other the least.
Class-action lawsuits are an important and valuable part of the legal system when they permit the fair and efficient resolution of legitimate claims of numerous parties by allowing the claims to be aggregated into a single action against a defendant that has allegedly caused harm.
Group 1 faxes take six minutes to transmit a single page, with a vertical resolution of 96 scan lines per inch.
Group 2 faxes take three minutes to transmit a single page, with a vertical resolution of 96 scan lines per inch.
However, by a rule known as syllable resolution, two short syllables in a single word are considered equal to a single long syllable.
Because, through the dithering process, the printer builds a single image pixel out of several printer dots to increase color depth, the printer's DPI setting must be set far higher than the desired PPI to ensure sufficient color depth without sacrificing image resolution.
The crystallographer's goal is to identify solution conditions that favor the development of a single, large crystal, since larger crystals offer improved resolution of the molecule.
This creates a combined telescope that is equivalent in resolution ( though not in sensitivity ) to a single antenna whose diameter is equal to the spacing of the antennas furthest apart in the array.
In 1861, in the midst of the American Civil War, a group of people in the southern portion of New Mexico Territory passed a resolution condemning the United States for creating a vast territory with only a single, small government in place at Santa Fe.
This technique utilizes a single CCD with a Bayer filter but actually moved the physical location of the sensor chip on the focus plane of the lens to " stitch " together a higher resolution image than the CCD would allow otherwise.
While resolution can be estimated in pixels per unit area, the comparison is complex since most types of digital sensor record only a single colour at each pixel location, and different types of film have different effective resolutions.
However, the resolution of the DNA-DNA hybridization technique used by Sibley & Ahlquist was not sufficient to properly resolve the relationships in this group, and indeed it appears as if the Charadriiformes consititute a single large and very distinctive lineage of modern birds of their own.
* 3D digital atlas of C. elegans-a 3D digital atlas at the single nucleus resolution with searching functions, quantitative analysis and 3D visualization tool for the structural anatomy of C. elegans
With a single DVI link, the highest supported standard resolution is 2. 75 megapixels ( including blanking interval ) at 60 Hz refresh.
One powerful technique for generating digital elevation models is interferometric synthetic aperture radar: two passes of a radar satellite ( such as RADARSAT-1 or TerraSAR-X or Cosmo SkyMed ), or a single pass if the satellite is equipped with two antennas ( like the SRTM instrumentation ), suffice to generate a digital elevation map tens of kilometers on a side with a resolution of around ten meters.
Given the slow speed and the coarse resolution this was not a feasible technique for printing large images, but could usefully print a small logo onto a letterhead and then the following letter, all in a single unattended print run without changing the print element.