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intensity level

[in′ten·səd·ē ‚lev·əl]
(physics)
The logarithm of the ratio of two intensities, powers or energies, usually expressed in decibels.
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where j indicates either Low or High Intensity PHM participants and n represents the number of members enrolled each month by intensity level.
The report ranks the Arab World countries according to their cellular competition intensity level, based on a methodological approach.
The GM light intensity level for all 185 food preparation counters in the 57 restaurants was 38.
Table 2 displays demographic characteristics of South Texas high school students by weekly work intensity level.
In this image the main object has a uniform intensity level and there is no noise.
The intensity level of the missions conducted during this exercise caused a degree of alarm in other pilots, in addition to the pilot in question.
That intensity level is controlled via pulsewidth modulation which increases or decreases the number of full-power pulses to either brighten or dim the LEDs.
McGuire has a simpler option: "Exercise at an intensity level that leaves you short of breath but still able to carry on a conversation.
You begin to appreciate how they play with dynamics; not abruptly blasting the listener with loud passages, but rather pulling things down at times, increasing the intensity level, then bursting out with energy and joy.
In the 25 years that I have been involved in long-term care, I have experienced periods of census pressure and scarcity of qualified staff, but they have never been coincidental and at this intensity level.
The case manager reviews all recommendations and approves the projected rehab intensity level chosen.
Finally, in mitigating wildfire damage, it is important to note that once a fire reaches a certain intensity level, there is no mitigation.