0 based collaborative learning artifact
in IIUM for improving the existing solution of problems (integration of ICT to collaborative learning) and enhancing the opportunities.
Conclusions: Cautery artifact
may delay accurate staging at initial TURBT for large tumours by understaging up to 6% of patients.
The ultrasound rain artifact
is produced when multiple discontinuous linear artifacts
as a result of interference from a TEE probe, causing misregistration (Figure 5).
The LBT increases the coding gain and reduces the blocking artifact
but it has more ringing artifacts
Their goal is to ensure that any AR experience that typically would be created as a bespoke app will be possible with Artifact
To this end, new conditions have been designed to conserve and display the artifacts
American archeologist Oscar White Muscarella, a former curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, says he, too, believes the artifact
is a fake.
Rather, I asked them to create a work in which the artifact
was the starting point and was used as a source in the final paper.
is a part of the Nimrod Temple, which is located in Northern Iraq near Mosul, and is around 100 CM high and 40 cm wide.
Clinical consequences of electrocardiographic artifact
mimicking ventricular tachycardia.
He considers the artefact to be a kind of 'interface' between 'an "inner" environment, the substance and organization of the artifact
itself, and an "outer" environment, the surroundings in which it operates' (p.
If the characteristics of a given artifact
do not fit all the characteristics of an existing chronotype, a new chronotype must be created.