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Keywords and Sections
STRONG TUNING
FINAL TUNING
BURSTINESS
ACCURATE TUNING
COBB TUNING
COMPETICIóN PARA COCHE
IMPROPERLY TUNE
HUBBLE TUNING FORK
TECHNIQUE
GAMELAN ORCHESTRA
TUNING OPTIONS
TENOR TUNING
CROSSNOTE TUNING
DATABASE TUNING
EXHAUST TUNING
MUSICAL TUNING
TUNING PINS
TUNING DEVICE
TUNING SYSTEMS
TUNING PEGS
TUNING FORKS
TUNING FORK
FINE TUNING
CHASE
ART
PIECES
KEYS
TELESCOPE
LASER
IMPORTANT
ASSEMBLY
MINOR
GETTING
HELP
WEEKEND
SIMILAR
IMPORTANCE
LIGHT
MAKES
MATTER
SPEED
KEY
REQUIRED
ASPECTS
ATTENTION
FIXED
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Definitions

  1. A tuning is regular if and only if it is a homomorphism, i.e.
  2. Tuning is finding the small angle-range for injection that needs slightly shorter injection pulsewidth (less fuel) for the same output.
  3. The tuning is similar to all fifths except the first string is dropped from b' to g'.
  4. This tuning is also the same as the standard tuning on the lower four strings on a 6-string guitar, only an octave lower.
  5. Engine tuning is the modification or design of internal combustion engines to yield more performance, either in terms of power output or economy.

Strong Tuning

  1. Early in time (40 ms and further) individual V1 neurons have strong tuning to a small set of stimuli.

Final Tuning

  1. The PowerSDR Console software performs final tuning, filtering, AGC and demodulation of the I & Q quadrature audio signals coming from the hardware.

Burstiness

  1. It also allows tuning of the burstiness of IGMP traffic on a subnet, as discussed in section 7.3.

Accurate Tuning

  1. This setup is typically used above about 250hp, to allow accurate tuning for each cylinder.
  2. The package also includes an electronic tuner for fast and accurate tuning, a gig bag, a guitar strap and a pouch for your accessories.

Cobb Tuning

  1. COBB Tuning and GOTO:Racing join forces in 2010, creating a full-service, one-stop-shop motorsports powerhouse.

Competición Para Coche

  1. Tu tienda de accesorios de tuning, racing, y competición para coche y moto.

Improperly Tune

  1. Since the BIOS can sometimes improperly tune + PIO 0-4 mode settings, this allows dynamic tuning of the chipset + via the standard end-user tool 'hdparm'.

Hubble Tuning Fork

  1. In the extended Hubble sequence, the Magellanic irregulars are usually placed at the end of the spiral branch of the Hubble tuning fork.

Technique

  1. The pairs of strings are played together as one, so the technique and tuning are the same as a conventional guitar, although creating a much fuller tone.

Gamelan Orchestra

  1. The tuning and construction of a gamelan orchestra is a complex process.

Tuning Options

  1. Simulation Handling introduces MANY more variables in the issue of car control, as well as many more tuning options.

Tenor Tuning

  1. Another common tuning used on early five-string basses is E-A-D-G-C, known as "tenor tuning".

Crossnote Tuning

  1. Also used by a few Delta guitarists such as Skip James and Bukka White was the Crossnote tuning where your guitar is tuned to an Open Em chord.

Database Tuning

  1. Performance can be improved in relational systems through database tuning, but the database cannot be tuned for every possible on-the-fly query.

Exhaust Tuning

  1. Intake tuning, cylinder head design, valve timing and exhaust tuning determine how effectively an engine scavenges.
  2. Compared with intake, exhaust tuning is far more potent and can operate over ten times as wide an rpm band.

Musical Tuning

  1. It has its own unique systems of musical notation, as well as musical tuning and pitch, musical instruments and styles or musical genres.

Tuning Pins

  1. Removes irregularities from tuning pins, strings, and hammers of piano, using wood block or filing tool.

Tuning Device

  1. Vehicle manufacturers cannot invalidate a warranty for having a DPT diesel engine tuning device fitted.

Tuning Systems

  1. More common were instruments with split sharps, also designed to accommodate the tuning systems of the time.
  2. The archicembalo had a unique keyboard design and was for the tuning systems of the 16th century.

Tuning Pegs

  1. In the clavichord, strings run transversely from the hitchpin rail at the left-hand end to tuning pegs on the right.
  2. The strings are stretched between the sound box and the neck; into the neck are fastened the tuning pegs.

Tuning Forks

  1. They can be distinguished from other jelly fungi by their aseptate basidia which are the shape of tuning forks.
  2. The HC entries are meant to be used with sound or possibly vibration -- HC advocated using tuning forks on precise body parts, if I remember correctly.

Tuning Fork

  1. An unamplified guitar (one with no soundboard at all) would have a low volume, but the strings would vibrate much longer, like a tuning fork.
  2. The system of galaxy classification is called the Hubble "tuning fork" diagram, and is the Hubble sequence.

Fine Tuning

  1. Use up to five half hitches each end of the Sheepshank to make the knot more secure, and for fine tuning the shortening.
  2. After the vehicle has warmed up, it uses the signal from the oxygen sensor to perform fine tuning of the fuel trim.

Chase

  1. Many tuners attempt to "chase" tuning by changing spark plug heat ranges.

Art

  1. Empathy is the art of tuning in on an intuitive or psychic level to the emotions, moods, and attitudes of a person.
  2. Acquia Support can offer general advice with performance tuning but that's an art which quickly gets into the realm of Professional Services.

Pieces

  1. Some pieces, notably the 5th of Bach's 6 Suites for Unaccompanied Cello, require an altered tuning of the strings, a technique known as scordatura.

Keys

  1. The tall, vertically strung upright grand was arranged like a grand set on end, with the soundboard and bridges above the keys, and tuning pins below them.

Telescope

  1. The "tuning" of a telescope is known as collimation.
  2. The single tiny support bearings are so small that the telescope vibrates like a tuning fork when touched.

Laser

  1. Single and multi-plate Lyot filters are often used inside the optical cavity of lasers to allow tuning of the laser.
  2. Temperature tuning is where the pump (laser) frequency polarization is orthogonal to the signal and idler frequency polarization.

Important

  1. They are particularly important when you need rapid reviews such as when tuning a statistical machine translation engine. (Web site)
  2. Porting and combustion chamber design are very important to "tuning" a two stroke engine for the application in which it will be used.
  3. The pinblock, which holds the tuning pins in place, is another area of the piano where toughness is important.

Assembly

  1. DSE 1 High Performance Engines - Offers performance products including race fabrications, engine tuning and engine assembly.

Minor

  1. He was one of the few, along with Skip James, to use a crossnote tuning in E minor, which he may have learned, as James did, from Henry Stuckey.

Getting

  1. Without getting into a lesson in physics there are three factors that effect the performance and tuning of an exhaust system.

Help

  1. These teas can also help to slow down and relax the mind while creating a clarity of focus and tuning in to the inner being.
  2. Deployment of Java Technology The Jeode platform is integrated with a suite of tuning and programming tools to help you write and implement Java programs.

Weekend

  1. I should be tuning into SPEED channel this weekend to see hours of NASCAR racing coverage – but it’s not there.

Similar

  1. The Construction is similar to that of an erhu, however it is smaller in size.The tuning of the gaohu is a perfect fourth or fifth higher than the erhu.

Importance

  1. Careful tuning of the importance (or 'weight') attached to various virus-like features can greatly reduce the rate of such false positives.
  2. All this data strongly supports the importance of the propionate groups in tuning the heme electronic properties.

Light

  1. By tuning the wavelength of the light used, the motor can be made to rotate in a certain direction or at certain speeds.
  2. For light emitting diodes (LEDs), tuning of the band gap results in changes in color of emitted light.

Makes

  1. But with mobile digital-TV broadcasting, it makes no difference whether one person or 100,000 people in a given coverage area are tuning in.
  2. This makes the engine more sensitive to camshaft changes, and to intake and exhaust system tuning.
  3. A catadioptric's slow motion controls, often not available on reflectors, makes the "fine tuning" of the telescope's position easy.

Matter

  1. For those with such a system, tuning the engine becomes a matter of electronics and computer software.

Speed

  1. It was developed to combine both tuning and optimizing features to increase the speed of your Windows Vista system.
  2. Tuning for spatiotemporal frequency and speed in directionally selective neurons of macaque striate cortex.

Key

  1. Features straight blues in the key of A, ragtime blues in G, and slide guitar in open D tuning.
  2. The key here is to give you one more tuning device you can use to dial in your engine to perform better.

Required

  1. For large jumps or travel to very distant space-time points, some means of preventing the tuning to intermediate space-time points is required.
  2. We find that no fine tuning in the heavy neutral fermion sector is required for this mirror matter model to satisfy cosmological constraints.

Aspects

  1. Welcome to Hyosung-GTR this site provides Information for all aspects of Owning, modifying, tuning, and maintaining a Hyosung motorcycle.

Attention

  1. In the ~6-7° eccentricity sample (n = 69), the effect of attention on length tuning was opposite to the effect at ~2-3° eccentricity, i.e.

Fixed

  1. With a fixed intake system, the speed at which intake tuning occurs is also fixed.

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