Instantaneous point sampling
and continuous sampling were used to record penguin behavior including proximity to visitor viewing area, surface swimming, diving, vigilance, visibility, resting and intra-group aggression during a total of 3 hours on each of the 10 study days.
Because Sato's method based on point sampling
is sensitive to the number of sampling points and their positions, this method sometimes failed to provide a correct estimate of illumination distribution.
These imaging sensors allow the system to reach an unmatched profile sampling rate of 64 kHz with a point sampling
rate of 12.
These devices are vital tools in reducing operating costs, as they allow oil samples to be analysed quickly and simply on-site, either via a dedicated in-line sensor or a single point sampling
In general, point sampling
is not possible, and even very small samples have a volume.
The conventional point sampling
campaigns do not give either the spatial or temporal view of water quality needed for accurate assessment and management of water bodies.
Transect walk-and-count and point sampling
techniques were used to record satyrinae, morphinae and riodinidae butterflies plus one species of danaidae (Idea stolli).
In each of the countries except Pakistan, the sample was nationwide with a 4 percentage point sampling
Thus, the Nyquist-Landau density has a significance beyond that associated with point sampling
The simplest binary downsampling method, called point sampling
, which consists in taking the first pixel of each B(x,y), is equivalent to applying a reference downsampling operator with a constant reference image.
1997) Fox Point sampling
site in Lake Michigan during two sampling events.
The point sampling
methods differed in the degree of detail used in measuring tree and plot variables.