Threshold

The dose or exposure level below which a significant adverse effect is not expected.

Threshold

The level of some independent variable at which some process changes from one distinct state to another, eg. a temperature threshold above which fish feeding ceases.

Threshold

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Threshold

In architecture, a threshold is a piece of stone or timber lying below the bottom of a doorway.
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Threshold

[online game] Threshold is a roleplaying enforced MUD (text-based online role-playing game) that has been in operation since June 1996.{R|threshold-home} Its focus is on providing a place for roleplaying in addition to traditional MMO/MUD style gameplay. It has as many as 70-100 players online at any given time.{citation needed|date=January...
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Threshold

A quantity added to (or subtracted from) the weighted sum of inputs into a neuron, which forms the neuron's net input. Intuitively, the net input (or bias) is proportional to the amount that the incoming neural activations must exceed in order for a neuron to fire.
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Threshold

The lowest dose of a chemical at which a specified measurable effect is observed and below which it is not observed.
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Threshold

The dose or exposure level below which a significant adverse effect is not expected.
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Threshold

the minimum level of a signal(sound. pressure, pain) which is detectable.
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threshold

[n] - the starting point for a new state or experience 2. [n] - the smallest detectable sensation
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Threshold

The level at which a dynamics processing unit will begin to change gain.
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Threshold

When used in reference to a species, an ecosystem, or another natural system, it refers to the level beyond which further deterioration is likely to precipitate a sudden adverse, and possibly irreversible, change.
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Threshold

A value used for black and white printing that decides which colours shall be printed as black and others as white according to their colour density.
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Threshold

The area at the base of a window or door opening often incorporating draught excluder strips or similar.
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Threshold

A strip of wood or metal with beveled edges used over the finish floor and the sill of exterior doors.
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Threshold

the heart rate at which lactic acid begins to build up faster than you can break it down. You should do the bulk of your training at just below that level.
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Threshold

The point at which an action begins or change. The threshold setting used in scanning line art determines which pixels are converted to black and which will become white. The threshold defined in the USB process determines how large a tonal contrast must be before sharpening will be applied to it.
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Threshold

Thresh'old noun [ Middle English threswold , þreshwold , Anglo-Saxon þrescwald , þerscwald , þerscold , þrescold , from þrescan , þerscan , to thresh; akin to Icelandic þreskjöde , &t...
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threshold

1. The point at which a stimulus first produces a sensation. ... 2. The lower limit of perception of a stimulus. ... 3. The minimal stimulus that produces excitation of any structure; e.g., the minimal stimulus eliciting a motor response. ... Synonym: limen. ... Origin: A.S. Therxold ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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threshold

limen noun the smallest detectable sensation
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threshold

noun the starting point for a new state or experience; `on the threshold of manhood`
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threshold

(thresh´ōld) the level that must be reached for an effect to be produced, as the degree of intensity of stimulus that just produces a sensation. that value at which a stimulus just produces a sensation, is just appreciable, or comes just within the limits of perception. renal threshold.
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Threshold

• (n.) Fig.: The place or point of entering or beginning, entrance; outset; as, the threshold of life. • (n.) The plank, stone, or piece of timber, which lies under a door, especially of a dwelling house, church, temple, or the like; the doorsill; hence, entrance; gate; door.
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(from the article `central-place theory`) The determining factor in the location of any central place is the threshold, which comprises the smallest market area necessary for the goods and ...
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(from the article `attention`) With the notion of attenuation, rather than exclusion, of nonattended signals came the idea of the establishment of thresholds. Thus threshold ... ...sensory illusions may be described as the aftereffects of the stimulation, or overstimulation, of the senses. Sensitivity in any of the senses may ... ......
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