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imagery

1. figurative or descriptive language in a literary work
2. Psychol
a. the materials or general processes of the imagination
b. the characteristic kind of mental images formed by a particular individual

imagery

[′im·ij·rē]
(psychology)
Mental images that are collectively recalled.

imagery

The representation of objects reproduced by optical, IR (infrared), or electronic means on film, electronic display devices, or other media.
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The geospatial imagery analytics market is projected to flourish vibrantly around the world on the back of increasing application of the technology in various end-user industries ranging from BFSI, media, marine, mining, healthcare to agriculture, aviation, automotive, and more.
The new agreement will allow the US Government to gain a greater understanding of Maxar's current and future commercial imagery capabilities.
First announced in January 2018, the CVS Beauty Mark initiative was introduced to lead positive change around transparency in beauty, in order to educate customers on the difference between authentic and digitally altered imagery.
Medical researchers and practitioners have used mental imagery or visualization to heal the body of various illnesses.
However, because these datasets are so large, users are not able to access them in real time with conventional ways of viewing satellite imagery over the web.
Verisk is now offering customers free access to Geomni's high-resolution aerial imagery following major loss events.
After gaining score 14-28, participants were randomly assigned in guided imagery group (n = 36) and control group (n = 40).
Cognitive techniques such as imagery, self-talk, meditation, goal setting and thought reframing are frequently used by sport psychologists to help athletes in competitive situations (Greenspan & Feltz, 1989; LeUnes, 2008; Whelan, Mahoney, & Meyers, 1991; Williams & Krane, 2015).
Nearmap has launched a national survey program providing true, high-resolution oblique imagery and derivative 3-D products.
Motor imagery is the imagined movement of the body while keeping the muscles still, sometimes considered to be a conscious use of unconscious preparation for an actual movement [1].
Typical strategies include mental imagery. This psyching-up technique has been applied to (a) reduce muscle fatigue, (b) improve strength performance in sports without sensorial input, using mental training with perceptual experiences, which includes simulations of movements and specific task perceptions and (c) enhance motor recovery in patients after injuries (Reiser et al., 2011; Rozand et al., 2014; Tod et al., 2015).