NIR

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NIRNear Infrared
NIRNear-Infrared Radiation
NIRNear-Infrared Reflectance
NIRNatural Increase Rate (population)
NIRNational Identity Register (UK)
NIRNear Infra Red
NIRNetwork Information Registry
NIRNear Infrared Response
NIRNorthern Ireland Railways
NIRNet International Reserves
NIRNational Inventory Report
NIRNon-Ionizing Radiation
NIRNational Internet Registry
NIRNetwork Information Retrieval
NIRNew Industrial Relations (labor strategy)
NIRNational Institute of Research (various locations)
NIRNew Information Request (various organizations)
NIRName of Input Raster (computing)
NIRNew Inspection Regime (port state control)
NIRNational Institute of Development Research and Documentation (Botswana)
NIRNet Interest Revenue
NIRNet Irrigation Requirement
NIRNavajo Indian Reservation
NIRNuméro d'Identification au Répertoire National des Personnes Physiques Numéro d'Identification au Répertoire (French: Directory Identification Number)
NIRNo Individual Requirement
NIRNine Inch Richards (Nine Inch Nails parody band)
NIRNon-Immediate Allergic-Type Reactions
NIRNew Item Request
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Ghost maculopathy: an artifact on near-infrared reflectance and multicolor imaging masquerading as chorioretinal pathology.
Keulemans, "Application of visible and near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (vis/NIRS) to determine carotenoid contents in banana (musa spp.) fruit pulp," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
The rings of Saturn: new near-infrared reflectance measurements and a 0.326-4.08 [micro]m summary.
Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy-principal components regression analyses of soil properties.
Kowalski, "Locally weighted regression and scatter correction for near-infrared reflectance data," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Delwiche, "Protein content of single kernels of wheat by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy," Journal of Cereal Science, vol.
Increase in gap size results in a higher red reflectance, but near-infrared reflectance (NIR) shows the increasing trend with decreasing gap size, which is opposite to crown cover (Gerard et al., 1997).
The technology is based on visible and near-infrared reflectance (Vis/NIR) spectroscopy, and can be used without destroying any product from the carcass.
Chang CW, Laird DA, Hurburg CRJ (2005) Influence of soil moisture on near-infrared reflectance spectroscopic measurement of soil properties.