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  • adj. Pertaining to, or produced by thresholding

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Examples

  • The steep slope of the BP and other treeline chronologies reflects a thresholded response.

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  • It befitteth not after the rest have begun: that were the more shameful if without fighting we should go to Olympus to the bronze-thresholded house of

    The Iliad

  • And the maiden came to Olympus, to the bronze-thresholded house of Zeus, and weeping set herself on her father's knee, while round her her divine vesture quivered: and her father, Kronos 'son, took her to him and asked of her, laughing gently: "Who of the inhabitants of heaven, dear child, hath dealt with thee thus [hastily, as though thou hadst been doing some wrong thing openly]?"

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  • I tink also it could be useful a thresholded blur.

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  • My goal with the thresholded blur is making "edge aware" averaging.

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  • Figure 2 shows examples of thresholded Gray-code get a reliable and accurate fi nal disparity map. images.

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  • Examples of thresholded Gray-code im - jecting a more quickly varying pattern such as a sawtooth al - ages.

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  • Wavelet-Based Coding 8 6 Wavelet - Subtracting the mean vector from each input vector and g p The objective of the wavelet transform is to apply the KLT decompose the input signal into components that are easier to deal with, have special interpretations, or have some components that can be thresholded away away, for compression purposes.

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  • The results of the statistical analysis are in accordance with this observation, and are provided in Peak amplitude distribution for the Shot-Noise model., maximal value of peaks considered Results of avalanche-analysis for thresholded stochastic processes.

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  • This is consistent with the findings reported above for LFPs: the power-law scaling of LFP peaks displays very similar properties to that of stochastic processes, which supports the idea that experimentally observed power-law scaling is not necessarily related to neuronal activity, but may be explained by a generic property of thresholded stochastic processes.

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