camera study

camera study

[′kam·rə ‚stəd·ē]
(industrial engineering)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The rest of the species detected spent equal amounts of time at control and latrine sites, for both the camera study and the activity pattern analysis.
Migraine is associated with an increased risk of deep white matter lesions, subclinical posterior circulation infarcts and brain iron accumulation: The population-based MRI CAMERA study. Cephalalgia 2010;30:129-36.
TABLE 1--Trap success for each species and total combined trap success per 100 trap-nights for camera study conducted at Government Canyon State Natural Area, San Antonio, Texas, from September to December 2013.
I FEEL that the results of the speed camera study are by no means telling the full story.
"Franz Boas and Early Camera Study of Behavior, "The Kinesis Report 3 (1980): 6-11, 16.
James Kroll and Ben Koerth's book, "Solving the Mystery of Deer Movements." The authors state, "The lowest amount of daytime activity occurs during the full moon, while the new moon has the greatest amount of daytime feeding." Their trail camera study indicated the following percentages of activity per moon phase for both bucks and does: New Moon (33.7 percent), First Quarter (26.1 percent), Full Moon (19.9 percent), and Last Quarter (33.5 percent).
A post hoc analysis of the CAMERA study (7) looked at the 57 patients who needed to change from PO to SC MTX out of the 151 patients in the study--21 because of adverse events and 36 because of inadequate efficacy.
"The objectives for our digital camera study are to explore customer satisfaction across the entire user experience and focus on the drivers of user satisfaction.