temporal coherence

temporal coherence

[′tem·prəl kō′hir·əns]
(physics)
The existence of a correlation in time between the phases of waves at a point in space.
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Calvino critic Carolyn Springer, while elaborating more on the former's decisive violation of spatial and temporal coherence in the novel, says: "[.
Obtained results indicate that there are different effects of channel blockage and parameters of the autapse on the regularity of the network, thus on the temporal coherence of the network.
The reliability drops significantly with the PS temporal coherence coefficient (Colesanti et al.
In French, it was necessaryto have a temporal coherence.
Determining the temporal coherence among lakes is an important approach to identify the degree to which lake properties correspond to regional broad-scale forces rather than to more local, in-lake forces (George et al.
The results for intense Mediterranean cyclones show dynamic, spatial and temporal coherence between the sensitivity fields, and are consistent with similar results obtained by using much more expensive sensitivity techniques", according to Garcies and Homar.
Specific techniques discussed are VBR algorithms, dense depth methods, those used with widely spaced video cameras, dynamic light fields, visual and photo-hull rendering, temporal coherence, and model-based analysis and synthesis.
Some of the most exciting work in this area that is beginning to appear in the literature is based on analysis of temporal coherence between left- and right-neural responses.
Since time alone blends the isolated pictures of our reading of a novel into a unified whole, progressing through a series of discontinuous sensations to a structural and temporal coherence among them, to what extent does the linear mythical configuration within the novel impact on the experience of the reader?
71), in which temporal coherence is imposed by tyrannical force.
One solution would be to gain better "chronostratigraphic" controls over the abundant data that do exist, particularly those exhibiting temporal coherence and offering good contextual, and thus chronological and stratigraphic, information.
So far, the results have been negative due to the lack of achieving the temporal coherence between consecutive radar images over periods longer than a few days (Chrzanowski and Szostak-Chrzanowski, 2010).
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