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NIR

(Near InfraRed) See infrared wavelengths.
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The camera also offers a single-stream option using the RGBa8 format where the NIR data is provided via the alpha channel.
The NIR boss discloses that after acquiring ARP, the name of the applicant for the Foreign Resident ID Card will be verified against an officially approved listing of legal foreign residents submitted to the NIR by the LIS.
"Linearity--Quantitative NIR methods generally attempt to demonstrate a linear relationship between NIR spectral response and the property of interest.
The NIRS technique made it possible to rapidly estimate, in less than 1 minute, the moisture and oil content in different formulations of chicken nuggets.
Aquino's EO issued in May 2015 created the NIR merging the Oriental and Occidental provinces, which has a population of around 4.5 million.
Short wavelengths (SW) in the NIR (700 to 1100 nm; 13,900 to 9400 [cm.sup.-1]) range can penetrate deeply into the skin, offering a potential spectral window for the analysis of animal and human tissues [2, 4, 16].
A 10 mm 30[degrees] PINPOINT NIR equipped laparoscope was placed through the 12 mm port to provide visualization of the biliary tree.
New areas of application, including transportation, consumer comfort, and safety, are joining energy conservation where near infrared (NIR)-reflective pigments can add value.
But will a time come when the Bank of England , through the MPO, imposes a negative interest rate (NIR) and at that stage will commercial banks start charging customers to deposit their funds ?
CELTIC insist Nir Bitton is going nowhere after the player's agent was reported as saying he'll leave in the summer.