CPD

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CPDContinuing Professional Development
CPDCanadian Patents Database (Canadian Intellectual Property Office)
CPDCompound
CPDCenter for Professional Development
CPDCenter for Persons with Disabilities
CPDChicago Police Department
CPDColumbus Police Department (Ohio)
CPDCommission on Population and Development (UN)
CPDCarnet de Passages en Douane (French customs document)
CPDChattanooga Police Department (Tennessee)
CPDConsumer Protection Division (various locations)
CPDCambridge Police Department (various locations)
CPDConstruction Products Directive
CPDCenter on Public Diplomacy (University of Southern California)
CPDComponent Package Descriptor
CPDComplaints Desk
CPDControl Point Directory
CPDCompare and Decrement
CPDCertification of Possession of Data
CPDComputer Display
CPDCompare Decimal
CPDConditional Probability Density
CPDCephalopelvic Disproportion
CPDCentrum Przetwarzania Danych (Polish: Data Processing Center)
CPDCitrate-Phosphate-Dextrose
CPDCapital Project Delivery (various organizations)
CPDCommission on Presidential Debates
CPDCyclobutane Pyrimidine Dimers
CPDChampaign Park District (Illinois)
CPDCumulative Probability Distribution (statistics)
CPDCentro de Proceso de Datos (Spanish: Data Processing Center)
CPDCommunity Planning & Development
CPDCertified Postpartum Doula (childbirth)
CPDCommittee on the Present Danger
CPDCincinnati Police Department (Ohio)
CPDCounty Probation Department (various locations)
CPDCustomer Product Development (various companies)
CPDCycles Per Degree (ophthalmology)
CPDCompressor Discharge Pressure (gas turbines)
CPDCollaborative Product Development
CPDCape Photographic Durchmusterung (star catalogue)
CPDCritical Point Drying
CPDConcurrent Product Development
CPDCountry Programme Document (UN)
CPDCombat Plans Division (US DoD)
CPDCrime Prevention Division
CPDContinuous Personal Development
CPDCyclopentadiene
CPDCherry Poppin' Daddies (band)
CPDCorvallis Police Department (Oregon)
CPDCapabilities Production Document
CPDCounty Planning Division (various locations)
CPDContact Potential Difference
CPDCost per Dollar
CPDClinical Psychology Division
CPDCountry Program Director (various organizations)
CPDCumulative Probability of Default (debt obligations)
CPDCapital Projects Division (various locations)
CPDCentro Português de Design
CPDCharged Particle Detector
CPDCenter for Policy Dialogue (Bangladesh)
CPDContinuing Product Development (various companies)
CPDCorruption Prevention Department (Hong Kong)
CPDCampus Planning Design (various organizations)
CPDChrysler-Plymouth-Dodge
CPDChronic Pulmonary Disease
CPDCounseling/Personal Development (various schools)
CPDClearwater Police Department (Clearwater, Florida, USA)
CPDCertificate in Professional Development (UK)
CPDChandler Police Department (Arizona)
CPDCertified Product Directory (National Fenestration Rating Council)
CPDCounter Proliferation Division (US CIA)
CPDContinuous Peritoneal Dialysis
CPDCut and Polished Diamond (market sector)
CPDCentral Police District
CPDCalifornia Police Department
CPDCompetitive Professional Development
CPDCary Park District (Illinois)
CPDCooked, Peeled and Deveined (shrimp)
CPDCivilian Personnel Directorate
CPDCollege for Professional Development
CPDCircuit Protection Device
CPDCaptive Portal Detection
CPDCommunity Policing Division (various locations)
CPDCertified Plumbing Designer
CPDCerebelloparenchymal Disorder
CPDCrew Passive Dosimeter (NASA)
CPDCrowne Plaza Darling (Harbour; Sydney, Australia)
CPDComputer Program Development
CPDConto Pro Diverse
CPDCustomer Premise Device
CPDComponent Package Descriptor (computing)
CPDConsistent Phonological Disorder (speech)
CPDCongressional Presentation Document
CPDCapacitance Power Dissipation
CPDCentral Procurement Division (USMC)
CPDCabbage Patch Doctor
CPDCenter for the Public Domain
CPDCharlotte Police Department (North Carolina)
CPDCritical Path Delay
CPDCustomers Per Day
CPDCandidate Pipeline Development (business process outsourcing of candidate research services)
CPDConcertacion por la Democracia (Coalition of Parties for Democracy, Chile)
CPDConsolidated Procurement Directive
CPDCore Personnel Document (civilian personnel)
CPDCrew Procedures Division (NASA)
CPDCentral Postal Directory
CPDCollection Processing Dissemination
CPDCommon Picture Display
CPDCorporate & Personal Development (Consultants; Ireland)
CPDClarkstown Police Department (New York)
CPDColonie des Pionniers du Développement (French)
CPDCombat Pictorial Detachment (Army)
CPDConverter, Pulse to DC Voltage
CPDConsolidated Programming Document
CPDCards Per Day
CPDComprehensive Program of Disarmament
CPDCollections Premieres Düsseldorf
CPDCubicle Prairie Dogging (people popping up in their cubicles when something happens)
CPDCapability Provisioning Document (NECC)
CPDCommissioning Plan Document
CPDConceptual Point Design (design/engineering)
CPDCrown Point Design (San Diego, CA)
CPDCoordinated Product Definition
CPDCommercial Printing Division
CPDCompressionPhotoDefiner (lossless compression for images)
CPDCertified Pure Puppy Database
CPDCertificate in Production Design
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The measurements were taken in terms of cycles per degree or the number of pairs of black and white parallel lines a particular species could see within a degree of vision.
Eyesight of primates and chimpanzees also carry the same level of sharpness, but surprisingly, a few birds of prey resolve twice more detail than humans such as the wedge-tailed eagle of Australia, which can see as many as 140 cycles per degree. These birds see something as small as a rabbit while flying thousands of feet above the ground.
Other birds and fish see about 30 or fewer cycles per degree, while elephants, dogs, and cats see nearly 10.
With 1D-DOGs, the fusion limit increases from 10 min of arc for stimuli centered on 2.6 cycles per degree to more than 100 min of arc for a stimulus at 0.15 cycles per degree (Schor et al., 1984).
We measured fusion capacity using the method of constant stimuli and six sizes of 2D-DOGs, the spatial frequency spectra of which were centered on 0.22, 0.3, 0.6, 1.2, 2.4, and 4.8 cycles per degree when viewed at a distance of 1.2 m from the monitor.
Only three of the initial DOG sizes (0.3, 1.2, and 4.8 cycles per degree) were used, and a double staircase procedure was used to simplify the data acquisition.
Two of the elementary stimuli used in Experiment 1 were combined to produce a compound stimulus with two peaks in the spatial frequency spectrum, centered on 0.3 and 4.8 cycles per degree. The large difference in spatial frequency between the two components (4 octaves) means that their fusion characteristics are relatively easy to discriminate.
In contrast, the upper limit for vergence-based fusion using the compound stimulus was just as good as that obtained with the 0.3 cycles per degree DOG; paired t test: t(11) = 0.41; p = .69.
Fusion limits were determined for the same low (0.3 cycles per degree) and high (4.8 cycles per degree) spatial frequency 2D-DOGs used in Experiment 2 as well as for disk stimuli with a diameter equal to the positive phase of the DOGs.