direct realization

direct realization

[di¦rekt ‚rē·ə·lə′zā·shən]
(electronics)
An active filter configuration that is derived by systematically replacing the elements of a passive RLC prototype filter (a filter that consists entirely of resistors, inductors, and capacitors) according to some rule.
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This approach can be implemented on -1000+ STEM platforms worldwide, ensuring scalability and rapid growth, and can provide the ultimate tool for direct realization of end-of-roadmap and beyond Moore's Law technologies, quantum computing devices, and fundamental studies of matter on the atomic scale.
He calls the experiment "a rather direct realization" of a 60-year-old interpretation of quantum mechanics known as "many worlds," in which measuring photons and other environmental interactions split reality into alternate timelines.
Enlightenment is the direct realization of one's true nature where one's consciousness comes into union with the actuality of Self, Life or Another.
A direct realization of my mortality brought a sense of the urgency to my goal of not missing out on anything important in my life.
Here, perhaps, "purity of mind" is crucial, which Sankara mentions in various places as conducive to the direct realization of the meaning of the Vedanta passages.
Figure 5 is a direct realization of the narrowband circuit of Figure 4.[3] The first shunt capacitor is the angled OST.
A much more profoundly rooted code of behavior and action arises naturally from the direct realizations that come while seated quietly in deep stillness.

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