The contextual interference phenomenon
refers to the relatively consistent finding that practicing several related tasks in a randomized order, defined as high contextual interference, results in inferior performance during acquisition, but enhances retention and transfer in comparison to a blocked or repeating practice schedule.
Next is VIVAT, which differs from the mobile thread as it is based on the interference phenomenon
iii) Absence of detection of preexisting antibodies due to a complement interference phenomenon
by testing sera after EDTA pretreatment, as previously described (0.
Based on the light interference phenomenon
 it is widely used in the field of ophthalmology as a diagnostic tool by allowing cross-sectional real-time imaging of ocular structures such as the retina .
The findings do not support the existence of a training interference phenomenon
with respect to strength gains.
The erythro-iridophores have a mixed color due to the presence of two coloration schemes, an interference phenomenon
on light-reflecting substances and light absorption by biogenic pigments (4).
Thanks to the development of communications and computing and of recording techniques in the contemporary era, there is a strong interference phenomenon
of markets, so that market conditions are known almost instantly in other markets, influencing them--that influence turning to the initial market etc.
Docherty and Sporer (2000) and others have characterized these impairments in training adaptations and performance as the interference phenomenon
(Docherty and Sporer, 2000; Kraemer et al.
Therefore, the interference phenomenon
that usually occurs in active imaging systems appears here, and it is defined as interference-like effects in this paper.
It therefore is extremely unlikely that the reported results are a HAMA interference phenomenon
Using smaller pixels is not practical, as it requires sharper focusing of the light to overcome the interference phenomenon
and therefore necessitates much higher quality lenses.
The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Clinton Joseph Davisson of Bell Telephone Laboratories in New York City and Sir George Paget Thomson of Great Britain, for their independent "discovery of the interference phenomenon
in crystals irradiated by electrons.