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An objective measure of the ability of a photographic system to show a sharp edge between contiguous areas of low and high illuminance.
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Thermistor scanner module accuracy was [+ or -] 0.0025 [degrees]C at 00C and secondary thermistors probes acutance
was [+ or -] 0.015 [degrees]C in temperature range 0 [degrees]C to 100 [degrees]C .