Principles of designing ophthalmological devices to test operator activity
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The implementation of the above principles provides a new type of ophthalmological instrument that uses the latest electronic techniques and provides wide scope for generating visual test patterns for quantitative evaluation.
KeywordsQuantitative Evaluation Operator Activity Test Pattern Wide Scope Visual Test
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