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  • n. Plural form of microcircuit.

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Examples

  • A dual optical/electrical stimulation and recording probe for high spatiotemporal resolution studies of neural microcircuits.

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  • A woman's hairband "might have represented microcircuits, or a city map".

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  • The Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Carl Levin of Michigan, said the fake electronic components include counterfeit microprocessors purchased by the U.S. Air Force for flight control computers, and counterfeit microcircuits in missile defense hardware.

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  • The pattern might have represented microcircuits, or a city map.

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  • Jenner checked his kit containing the microcircuits.

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  • Girls who stayed with the program through 9th grade completed 22 experiments such as making ice cream, examining microcircuits in a dismantled cell phone, testing the acidity of rain water collected in their back yard.

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  • The Chinese government has provided about $1.5 million to a team at Xiamen University to create artificial-brain robots with microcircuits that evolve, learn and adapt to real-world situations.

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  • I first wrote about PCA and non-linearity in a book published in 1993 and when I finally retired from full-time research I was still working on the design of interface microcircuits that enabled primary compensation.

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  • It may also help in understanding how certain malfunctions of the brain's “microcircuits” could cause psychiatric disorders such as autism, schizophrenia and depression, he says.

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  • Long after the briefing room door had closed, long after the echo died away, the words hung in the air, shivered through microcircuits and chips.

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