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HIGH. This word has various significations: 1. Principal or chief, as high constable, high sheriff. 2. Prominent, in a bad sense, as high treason. 3. Open, not confined, as high seas.

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In low fidelity, simulation practices support the development of students' psychomotor skills.13,14 In addition, high fidelity simulation trainings provide a higher level of learning experience where cognitive, emotional and psychomotor learning goals are integrated and ensure adaptation to the clinic.
Directed by Stephen Frears, "High Fidelity" focuses on record store owner Rob Gordon (Cusack) as he tries to figure out where his relationship with Laura (Iben Hjejle) went wrong and how to get her back.
In order to examine how the participants rated the fictitious cases characterized by low or high fidelity, an analysis was performed using the Mann-Whitney U Test, 5% level, with the pooled results as the dependent variable and with the fidelity level of the case (low fidelity, high fidelity) as the independent variable.
High fidelity mannequins could be used for a simulated birth experience during childbirth classes.
Slow Burn's adaptation of High Fidelity is a musical with lyrics by Amanda Green (Bring It On: The Musical), and music by Tom Kitt (next to normal, If/Then).
Cusack was nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance in "High Fidelity."
Since MapleSim automatically derives the system equations directly from the model diagram, the Quanser engineers developed a high fidelity model with gyroscopic effects in very little time and with little effort.
High fidelity simulators allow us to practice skills on simulators rather than on live patients, to make mistakes and learn from them without the potential of harming a patient, and to experience numerous clinical scenarios and teachable moments that only occur rarely in our patients, but when they do occur, require us to be knowledgeable and skilled.
The Olympus VS110 virtual microscopy slide scanning system can scan from one to 100 slides at very high fidelity, allowing users anywhere to view and fully navigate high-resolution images of entire slides or areas of slides.
Who wrote the 1995 novel High Fidelity? an Oscar nomination for best actor?
Wolfson Microelectronics' WM8350 AudioPlus Power Management IC features an integrated high fidelity audio Codec and power management subsystem for high performance audio, extended battery life, and reduced system cost for portable audio and navigation applications.
The invention also provides thermostable polymerases and nucleic acids encoding thermostable polymerases having altered fidelity, for example, high fidelity polymerases and low fidelity polymerases.