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the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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The Deputy Minister said the President also instructed him to send application to his office asking for the names of 118 persons who had obtained cheques from Perceptual Treasuries Chief Arjun Aloysius under Right to information Bill (RTI) and he had already sent an application.
Output: All perceptual hash feature vectors for image blocks in A.
Narayanan stops short of calling Perceptual Ad Blocker "undefeatable," but acknowledges this could be the end of the ad blocker arms race.
While sensory experience is undoubtedly an important element that influences perceptual plasticity, feedback signals that inform an individual regarding the accuracy of their perceptual judgments are likely to interact with sensory experience to influence temporal recalibration of the TBW and PSS.
However, despite the amount of time spent with the AT, perceptual continuity between the student-athlete and the AT was varied across all components assessed.
The following key variables were established a priori for data extraction: theoretical perspective of the research; the style of dance used in the study; details of the dance task; descriptive information of dance participants (performers of dance task); descriptive information of perceptual participants (observers of dance task); methods for the collection of biomechanical data; methods for the collection of perceptual data; results of perceptual variables; results of biomechanical variables; and measures of the relations between perceptual and biomechanical variables.
In this study, we sought to evaluate the effect of perceptual load on the incidental conjunction of shape and color in a recognition task based on Treisman and Zhang (2006).
See Perceptual Ranking - Weightages for weightages of various components of the perceptual ranking.
KEYWORDS: Perceptual resemblance, image resemblance, resemblance measure
Examples of this perceptual learning effect have been extensively observed in a wide variety of procedures and species (see Mitchell & Hall, in press, for a recent review).