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direct scaling n.

direct scaling n.

Direct simulations of the stress redistribution in the scaling organization of fracture tectonics (SOFT) model

Directing the Flow: Migratory Waterfowl, Scale, and Mobility in Western North America

S-DIRECT: Scalable and Dynamically Reconfigurable TCAM Architecture for High-Speed IP Lookup

Direct calculation of Elementary Flux Modes satisfying several biological constraints in genome-scale metabolic networks

Scaling Analysis of Direct Superconductor-Insulator Transitions in Disordered Ultrathin Films of Metals

Coupling site-directed mutagenesis with high-level expression: large scale production of mutant porins from E. coli

Time-resolved high-resolution electron microscopy of atomic scale solid-state direct bonding ofgold tips

Direct computation of period doubling bifurcation points of large-scale systems of ODEs using a Newton-Picard method

Large-scale evaluation of imprinting status in the Prader–Willi syndrome region: an imprinted direct repeat cluster resembling small nucleolar RNA genes

Minimum Costs for Producing Hepatitis C Direct-Acting Antivirals for Use in Large-Scale Treatment Access Programs in Developing Countries

CADLIVE for constructing a large‐scale biochemical network based on a simulation‐directed notation and its application to yeast cell cycle

Direct real‐time molecular scale visualisation of the degradation of condensed DNA complexes exposed to DNase I

Diversity and structure of the archaeal community in the leachate of a full-scale recirculating landfill as examined by direct 16S rRNA gene sequence retrieval

Spatiotemporal variation of crown-scale stomatal conductance in an arid Vitis vinifera L. cv. Merlot vineyard: direct effects of hydraulic properties and indirect effects of canopy leaf area

 

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In psychophysics, any method of scaling such as magnitude estimation or cross-modal matching in which an observer specifically estimates the magnitude of the variable stimulus. Compare indirect scaling.

Subjects: Psychology.


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