[ US /dɪˈtɛkʃən/ ]
[ UK /dɪtˈɛkʃən/ ]
  1. a police investigation to determine the perpetrator
    detection is hard on the feet
  2. the detection that a signal is being received
  3. the act of detecting something; catching sight of something
  4. the perception that something has occurred or some state exists
    early detection can often lead to a cure
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How To Use detection In A Sentence

  • Detecting by hydrogen flame ionization detector with gas chromatography increased sensitivity and decreased detection limit.
  • In this paper , the framework of network intrusion detection technology Based unsupervised outlier detection is discussed.
  • The letter is believed to be the first which appeared signed "ATTICUS," and was written many months before the author became known as Junius, and before any necessity had arisen for the exercise of that habitual caution which he afterwards evinced in the mention of any circumstance at all likely to lead to his detection. Notes and Queries, Number 18, March 2, 1850
  • The main work of this thesis is research tire bubble detection algorithm for filling up the blank of this area.
  • The detection rate for motor vehicle theft that year was just 11.7 per cent.
  • Stanford will develop new megavoltage X-ray detection hardware and image reconstruction software, and will validate the new technology in a clinical trial to be conducted by Varian Medical Systems and Stanford University Win $3.6 Million Five-Year NIH/NCI Research Grant to Develop Advanced Imaging Technology - Yahoo! Finance
  • The three-layer system architecture of conflict detection based on fuzzy constraint network is put forward. A corresponding prototype is developed and its running process is described.
  • We can modulate the detector at the same frequency as the excitation for homodyne detection - or at a slightly different frequency for heterodyne detection.
  • Antipredator Behavior. Detection; Tricking the Predator; Defenses -- Individual, Social; Other Adaptations.
  • The deer was ravaging the man's fields, and he had killed it in sudden passion, and not for gain; and he had carried it into the royal forest in the hope that that might make detection of the misdoer impossible. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
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