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detected, past participle; detects, 3rd person singular present; detected, past tense; detecting, present participle;
  1. Discover or identify the presence or existence of
    • - cancer may soon be detected in its earliest stages
  2. Discover or investigate (a crime or its perpetrators)
    • - the public can help the police to detect crime
  3. Discern (something intangible or barely perceptible)
    • - Paul detected a faint note of weariness in his father's voice

  1. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of; "She detected high levels of lead in her drinking water"; "We found traces of lead in the paint"
  2. (detected) perceived or discerned; "the detected micrometeoritic material"
  3. (detecting) detection: a police investigation to determine the perpetrator; "detection is hard on the feet"
  4. (detection) the perception that something has occurred or some state exists; "early detection can often lead to a cure"
  5. In general, detection is the extraction of particular information from a larger stream of information without specific cooperation from or synchronization with the sender.
  6. to discover or find by careful search, examination, or probing
  7. (detected) Referring to something that has been noticed
  8. (1.3.5 Detected) In relation to hardware, detected by automatic diagnostic tests, internal or by a connected safety logic solver
  9. (detection) finding disease. Early detection means that the disease is found at an early stage, before it has grown large or spread to other sites. Note: many forms of cancer can reach an advanced stage without causing symptoms. ...
  10. (Detection (Detector)) This is a passive ability possessed by some units and buildings which are known as Detectors. Detectors include Zerg  Overseers, Terran Ravens, Protoss Observers, and structures like the Zerg Spore Crawlers and Missile Turrets, and Protoss Plasma Cannons. ...
  11. (Detection) A quantitative measurement indicating if the transcript is detected (Present), not detected (Absent), or marginally detected (Marginal).
  12. (Detection) Ammonia and ammonium salts can be readily detected, in very minute traces, by the addition of Nessler's solution, which gives a distinct yellow coloration in the presence of the least trace of ammonia or ammonium salts. ...
  13. (Detection) Finding abnormalities or disease.
  14. (Detection) Lists the security technology that is capable of detecting but not preventing the attack. In this case, intrusion detection systems (IDS) are able to detect many types of scans and probes, and firewalls can also show scans if their log data is analyzed .
  15. (Detection) Quality of a remote sensor to distinguish an object on an Image; the smallest feature that can be distinguished.
  16. (Detection) The ability to distinguish that an artifact within the field of view is an anomaly.
  17. (Detection) The act of recognizing a live EAS security label or security tag.
  18. (Detection) The act or system of discovering and locating fires.
  19. (Detection) The first of five Early Warning System components consisting of the processes and equipment necessary to collect information about the threatening event and the response of the dam and reservoir, and relay that information to the decision makers.
  20. (Detection) The point in time at which a waste water treatment or collection system release / discharge incident (as defined in the relevant CMP) is first detected by a waste water treatment plant or collection system operator (or delegate).
  21. (Detection) The second stage, after Occurrence, in an Incident life-cycle when the service failure becomes known to the IT service organisation.
  22. (Detection) We want to detect the badguys when they get through. Sooner or later, prevention will fail. You want to be sure you detect when such failures happen. Once again using the house analogy, this would be similar to putting a burglar alarm and motion sensors in the house. ...
  23. (detection) Determination of whether activation of a given voxel changes in response to the experimental manipulation.
  24. (detection) In nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) environments, the act of locating NBC hazards by use of NBC detectors or monitoring and/or survey teams. (JP 1-02)
  25. (detection) determining that an application that has been launched, and correctly identifying its main window, so it can be monitored and controlled. ...