target symbols

target symbols

A computer-generated indication shown on a radar display resulting from a primary radar return or a radar beacon reply.
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Pakistan's militant groups, including the Tehreek-e-Taliban, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, and their affiliates, use attacks on schools and universities to foster intolerance and exclusion, to target symbols of the government, and particularly to drive girls out of school.
As prime minister, Wael Al-Halki,EN wields little power but the attack highlighted the fighters' growing ability to target symbols of Assad's authority in a civil war.
The hooded troublemakers, by and large, did not target symbols of authority and power in a politically motivated protest.
There has been a qualitative development of attacks, which have begun to target symbols of the regime in the country's most fortified areas; previously, these attacks were indiscriminate, hitting crowded markets and places of worship.
Organisers have vowed to target symbols of capitalism and storm buildings that fail to comply.
The mouse arrow that participants positioned over target symbols measured approximately 0.
Only target symbols appeared in the no-distractors condition.
This feature is ty pically used to allow target symbols to be presented as overlays and maps to be presented as underlays.
There are fears that Islamic guerrillas may target symbols of state authority.
Target symbols were varied to enable the photogrammetrist to distinguish between solid and grated-lid manholes, curb inlets, and between sanitary and storm sewer structures.
The retinal size of the target symbols changed with depth, and for all objects in the display (symbols, range rings, wire-frame box) objects farther from the observer were occluded by nearer objects.
Figure 1 shows a correspondence between the subject's guesses (along the ordinate) and target symbols (along the abscissa).