In order to explore parietal patients difficulties in the processing of orientation information, we asked parietal patients (N = 8) and healthy and brain-damaged controls to imitate multicomponent actions where object orientation was one component. In Experiment 1 orientation was not the most relevant aspect of the action to be imitated, and the parietal group showed significant difficulties in processing object orientation. However, in Experiment 2, where orientation was placed at the top end of the goal hierarchy, the parietal group were able to process stimulus orientation sufficiently to place it within the goal hierarchy of the action and to reproduce it accurately. We conclude that patients with parietal lesions might be able to include object orientation in a goal hierarchy, but if their processing of orientation information is impaired they might be disproportionately prone to errors when object orientation is lower in the goal hierarchy and so not prioritized for processing resources.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Cascaded Bayesian processes: an account of bias in orientation perception. AU - Langley, Keith. AU - Lefebvre, Veronique. AU - Anderson, Stephen J.. PY - 2009/10/15. Y1 - 2009/10/15. N2 - Following adaptation to an oriented (1-d) signal in central vision, the orientation of subsequently viewed test signals may appear repelled away from or attracted towards the adapting orientation. Small angular differences between the adaptor and test yield repulsive shifts, while large angular differences yield attractive shifts. In peripheral vision, however, both small and large angular differences yield repulsive shifts. To account for these tilt after-effects (TAEs), a cascaded model of orientation estimation that is optimized using hierarchical Bayesian methods is proposed. The model accounts for orientation bias through adaptation-induced losses in information that arise because of signal uncertainties and neural constraints placed upon the propagation of visual information. Repulsive ...
Visual perception relies on low-level encoding of local orientation. Recent studies show an age-dependent impairment in orientation discrimination of stimuli embedded in external noise, suggesting that encoding of orientation is inefficient in older adults. In the present study we ask whether aging also reduces decoding, i.e., selecting the neural representations of target orientation while discarding those conflicting with it. We compared younger and older participants capability (mean age 24 and 68 years respectively) in discriminating whether the orientation of a Gabor target was left or right from the vertical. We measured (d′), an index of discrimination sensitivity, for orientation offset ranging from 1° to 12°. In the isolated target condition, d′ was reduced by aging and, in the older group, did not increase with orientation offset, thus resulting in a larger group difference at large than small orientation offsets from the vertical. Moreover, oriented elements in the background impaired
Given the abundance of significant effects in the omnibus ANOVA, we simplified our subsequent analyses by computing a composite measure of orientation sensitivity across bandwidth. Specifically, we defined orientation sensitivity as the mean fitted proportion correct from 15°-90°, computed separately for horizontal and vertical filters. For this analysis we chose to utilize the proportion correct predicted from psychometric curves fit to the entire bandwidth range. This procedure reduced the effect of measurement noise, although analyses of the raw proportion correct values yielded qualitatively similar results. For ease of communication, we term the resulting measure orientation sensitivity, as it quantifies overall sensitivity to information conveyed by horizontally and vertically oriented filters irrespective of bandwidth. Orientation sensitivity, plotted in Figure 4, was submitted to a 2 (Familiarity) × 2 (Face Orientation) × 2 (Filter Orientation) ANOVA with face and filter orientation ...
A wafer processing system for performing horizontal transport of vertically-oriented wafers into one or more process cells to perform vertical processing on the wafers. The wafer processing system includes a loading station for loading wafers onto respective carriers in a horizontal fashion and for rotating the carriers to orient the wafers in a vertical orientation for transport and processing, one or more process cells for processing the wafers in a vertical orientation respectively therein, and an unloading station for rotating the carriers to orient the wafers from a vertical orientation to a horizontal orientation and for unloading the wafer off the carriers in a horizontal fashion. Additionally, the wafer processing system includes a carrier transport system for transporting carriers horizontally from the loading station, to one or more process cells, then to the unloading station, and additionally to a carrier process section for processing of empty carriers.
Experimental evidence concerning plasticity of orientation selectivity in visual cortex poses an apparent dilemma. There are strong indications that orientation selectivity of single cells in visual cortex is experience-dependent and dependent on synaptic plasticity. On the other hand, preferred orientation seems very stable. Moreover, preferred orientation is identical for both eyes, even if they never experience common visual input.. To account for this, we propose that a scaffold is embedded in the structure of the long-range lateral connectivity. Its structure determines the initial orientation preference observed in animals with no visual experience and accounts for the stability in the orientation maps that develop in eyes with no common visual experience. The scaffold model is consistent with the broadly tuned, low-spatial frequency orientation selectivity seen in very young animals (DeAngelis et al., 1993). It is also consistent with the observation that orientation selectivity increases ...
Author: Bülthoff, HH; Genre: Journal Article; Published in Print: 1982-08; Title: Drosophila mutants disturbed in visual orientation I: Mutants affected in early visual processing
Kinematic results. a: Significant [object orientation*group] interaction on acceleration peak amplitude [F(2,32) = 3.45, p | 0.05]: a significant ori
Sequence Charts have been used for years in connection with object-oriented analysis, but the notation itself has not offered any object-oriented facilities. This is remedied by MSC-2000 MSC document as the definiton of instance kinds is a Columbi egg in connection with object orientation. The MSCs easily plays the role of methods as they are called in Java terms (or virtual functions in C++ terms) ...
Interocular differences in orientation occur during binocular viewing of a surface slanted in depth. These orientation disparities could be exploited by the visual system to provide information about surface slant, but gradients of positional disparity provide an equally effective means to the same end. We examined the encoding of orientation disparities in V1 neurons that were recorded from two awake fixating monkeys. Monocular orientation selectivity was measured separately in each eye. Although the preferred monocular orientation in the left and right eyes was highly correlated (r = 0.98), 19 of 61 cells showed a significant interocular difference in preferred orientation (IDPO). By itself, an IDPO does not imply a specific binocular selectivity for orientation differences. We therefore examined the response to 25 binocular combinations of orientations by pairing each of five orientations in one eye with five in the other. Forty-four of 64 neurons showed responses that reflected the monocular
The activity induced by the collinear flankers depended on the preferred orientation of the recording sites. The orientation tuning of the recording sites was determined by measuring the responses to a moving bar stimulus (see Materials and Methods). We measured the orientation selectivity of the recording sites by computing an orientation selectivity ratio (OSR), defined as the ratio between the response to the best and the worst orientations, after subtraction of the baseline activity. OSRs ranged from 1.2 to 4.3 with a median of 1.7 (N = 38). For every recording site, we determined how well the horizontal orientation used in our experiments matched the preferred orientation of that recording site, defining the following three categories: 0-30, 30-60, and 60-90° from the horizontal orientation. Figure 7C shows the responses evoked by the collinear flankers at these three groups of recording sites in the absence of a target stimulus, normalized to the responses evoked by the horizontal ...
Hi there, Ive built a horizontally scrollable hbox layout container, docked on top, filled with other sub-containers, which I want to transform into a vbox layout (scrollable vertically, docked to the left) on orientation change. Right now Im doing something like this on resize: var hboxLayout = Ext.getCmp(hboxLayoutID); Ext.getCmp(hboxLayoutParentID).removeAll(false, true);
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Localization of the subjective vertical during body tilt in pitch and in roll has been extensively studied because of the relevance of these axes for aviation and control of posture. We performed the first measurement of static orientation in -90º to +90º pitch, roll and recumbent yaw using the same subjective orientation task in all axes.. Subjects tasks were to point a gravity-neutral probe to the gravitational vertical (haptically indicated vertical) and to report verbally their perceived tilt. Subjects underestimated their body tilts in recumbent yaw and pitch and overestimated their tilts in roll. The haptic settings for pitch and roll were consistent with data in the literature. Our data constitute the first tri-dimensional assessment of the subjective vertical using a common measurement procedure and provide the basis for the tri-axial modeling of vestibular function.. We have used this data set to develop a tri-axial model of spatial orientation. The model attempts to capture the ...
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BACKGROUND: Knowledge graphs can represent the contents of biomedical literature and databases as subject-predicate-object triples, thereby enabling comprehensive analyses that identify e.g. relationships between diseases. Some diseases are often diagnosed in patients in specific temporal sequences, which are referred to as disease trajectories. Here, we determine whether a sequence of two diseases forms a trajectory by leveraging the predicate information from paths between (disease) proteins in a knowledge graph. Furthermore, we determine the added value of directional information of predicates for this task. To do so, we create four feature sets, based on two methods for representing indirect paths, and both with and without directional information of predicates (i.e., which protein is considered subject and which object). The added value of the directional information of predicates is quantified by comparing the classification performance of the feature sets that include or exclude it. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Perception of rotation, path, and heading in circular trajectories. AU - Nooij, Suzanne A.E.. AU - Nesti, Alessandro. AU - Bülthoff, Heinrich H.. AU - Pretto, Paolo. PY - 2016/8/1. Y1 - 2016/8/1. N2 - When in darkness, humans can perceive the direction and magnitude of rotations and of linear translations in the horizontal plane. The current paper addresses the integrated perception of combined translational and rotational motion, as it occurs when moving along a curved trajectory. We questioned whether the perceived motion through the environment follows the predictions of a self-motion perception model (e.g., Merfeld et al. in J Vestib Res 3:141-161, 1993; Newman in A multisensory observer model for human spatial orientation perception, 2009), which assume linear addition of rotational and translational components. For curved motion in darkness, such models predict a non-veridical motion percept, consisting of an underestimation of the perceived rotation, a distortion of the ...
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Hello, I have following object of objects: var xmlObject = {@attributes:{id:3,name:Cell}, image:img1.jpg, linkItem:,point:}, {@attributes:{itemType:entity,itemId:1,itemName:CO2},area:,point:{@attributes:{top:200,left:200}} }]}; now the thing is that I dont really understand, how to operate with this kind of object. select problem:
Each year, about 5-10 percent of first-year students choose not live in residence. FYNIRS (First Year Not In Residence Students) at Queens is an inter-faculty Orientation program offered to first-year students arriving at the university who, for a variety of different reasons, decide not to live in residence.. FYNIRS Orientation runs during the same weekend as University Orientation. This year, our orientation runs from Saturday, September 1st, Sunday, September 2nd and Sunday, September 9th.. Since FYNIRS Orientation takes place during the few days before Faculty Orientation starts, it is possible (and recommended!) for students to attend both Orientations and maximize their exposure to all the welcoming opportunities Queens has to offer!. FYNIRS Orientation gives first-year students an opportunity to ask questions, make new friends, establish networks on campus, familiarize themselves with Queens campus and the City of Kingston, and of course, HAVE FUN!. The Orientation consists of a ...
OOs great -- in the right situation. Thats why I love perl: when OOs best, you use OO; when it doesnt work, you dont. In fact, most of the time, I use OO inside my other code. I dont know that Ive ever done anything thats completely OO.. Then again, when I write OO, I write the the methods with a functional paradigm.. Some OO languages (ruby, maybe even python) are great, but being limited to one paradigm really stinks. elusion : http://matt.diephouse.com ...
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Author: Galvis, L. et al.; Genre: Journal Article; Published in Print: 2013-05-15; Open Access; Title: Polarized Raman anisotropic response of collagen in tendon : towards 3d orientation mapping of collagen in tissues
In the aquatic environment, solubility rather than volatility is the limiting factor for chemical dispersion, and thus, compounds of wide variety become potential information messengers. Because most...
Launch your UTSC experience by taking part in an orientation event.. Find out about various orientation opportunities at UTSC. www.utsc.utoronto.ca/home/orientation​. Scarborough Campus Students Union Orientation. The Scarborough Campus Students Union hosts annual orientation programming, creating platforms for students to interact with one another, their faculty, and their professors, in a safe inclusive environment. Learn the ins and outs of university life from current student leaders, and attend academic presentations, performances, and parties. Orientation is a fresh start to a new environment.. www.orientation.scsu.ca. Compass: Residence Orientation. Discover your new community through interactive and engaging events, social activities, and performances. Learn need-to-know information that will help you be successful during your time in residence. Make friends, connect with upper-year leaders, and start your new University life in a truly memorable way!. Like us on Facebook UTSC ...
Family Orientation will introduce you to key academic and support services available to your student. Youll meet faculty, staff and current students who will share information and advice with you about student success at NIU. Family Orientation is also a time to questions answered and help you prepare you for the transition of your student attending NIU.. Family Orientation is designed for parents and other adult family members. Information presented may not be appropriate for younger siblings or children.. Length of Family Orientation: Family Orientation begins at with check-in at 8 a.m. The last Family Orientation session ends at 2:15 p.m. Depending on how long your student is in advising/registration, you may need to wait for him/her to finish. Youll attend some sessions with your students and others separately. After formal sessions conclude, families can visit with Financial Aid or tour campus.. Meals: The Family Orientation fee covers lunch with your student in a university dining hall ...
Students can register family members and guests for orientation through their MyNIU account. Once youre signed in, go to the Student Center and click on Orientation Sign-Up link found at the bottom of the page.. Already registered for orientation? Scroll down to Family Options to sign up family members and guests.. Still need to register for orientation? You can register for your orientation and sign up your family at the same time. Fill out Family Options to register your family members and guests.. For more information on Family Orientation, see Family Orientation. ...
A long-standing and proud tradition of Queens University, is our entirely student-run Orientation Week. From the Orientation Leaders of your group, to the Orientation Committees that plan and run the week, to the Orientation Roundtable that oversees planning, over 1,200 Queens students make Orientation Week possible. While students do all the planning and running of the week, Orientation Week policy is set by the University Senate through the Senate Orientation Activities Review Board (SOARB). If you have questions about the spirit of Orientation Activities or want to share your experience contact the SOARB secretary.. ...
Orientation is generally held one week prior to the start of your admit term. As a new international student, you must attend orientation.. Please visit our Orientation page for dates, times and venues for orientation at each regional campus.. CQUEnglish students. Orientation for CQUEnglish students at our Rockhampton North campus is on the first day of your class at 8.30 am.. ...
Tritium are very effective in dim lighting especially against a dark background. Otherwise you have a difficult time lining up your sights. I did a low light match and it really made a difference. The dark unlit sights compared to tritium inserts is substantial. At minimum have tritium in the front sight. It can keep the cost down if you have several to keep up to date. The front sight is critical. I also tend to dislike the 3 dot systems, too many dots to keep track of and going in the wrong direction. I prefer sights with vertical orientation and just two dots, then mis-alignments are just vertical (off up or down) and against a aggressor vertical precision is not required just being on centerline is important ...
Windows 10s taskbar normally stretches across the bottom of the screen, but you can move it to the left or right side of the screen in a vertical orientation. Its great for widescreen displays, giving your applications more vertical screen real estate. First, right click on the taskbar and locate the option called Lock The Taskbar in the list. If that option has a checkmark beside it, click on it. This unlocks the taskbar so you can move it ...
Managing a project schedule seems like a straight-forward and explicit task. But when the concept of time is introduced, developing and managing a project schedule becomes greatly complicated, primarily because time is shaped by cultural influences. This paper examines how culture can affects a multicultural project teams orientation to time, and in turn, shape the teams project performance. In doing so, it defines two types of orientation to time--monochronism and polychronism, looking at each orientations cultural significance. It compares the advantages and disadvantages of each orientation, noting the key differences between mono-chronic people and poly-chronic people. It also discusses how project managers can develop approaches to work with these orientations to time, noting the values that shape each orientation. It then details eight lessons that the authors learned from working in cultures--and with individuals--that embraced different orientations to managing time and to building
Welcome to UREC First-Year and Transfer! We are incredibly excited to introduce you to all UREC has to offer and we have a special event planned to help you get acquainted to our facilities, programs and services. Remember to bring your JACard to swipe in and out of UREC!. UREC-Fest (1787 Orientation) Thursday, August 25, 2016, 9-11pm. Each year, UREC hosts a welcome event for new students during JMU 1787 Orientation. Be among the first to explore the newly renovated UREC! Join in the fun by swimming and playing in the pools, climbing in the new Adventure Center, playing a pick-up sport in the Sports Forums, or trying a group exercise class. Food, music, and giveaways will be available! If you plan to work out or swim, please wear appropriate attire. Your JACard is your admission ticket. Learn more about this event!. UREC Homepage / Facebook / Twitter. #defaultregion { padding-top: 24px; } @media all and (min-width:120px){ #defaultregion { padding-top: 0px; } } @media all and (min-width:320px){ ...
New to LSUA is ROTC and some added sports programs. There are other changes and new offerings detailed in these orientation sessions.. Students are also given ways to succeed at their studies, such as budgeting time, seeking help, and planning how and when to take certain courses.. Orientation is especially helpful for students combining work with school.. KLAX ABC 31 News 8/8/14. ...
Disamatic molding is a type of sand molding process in which molten metal is poured into a mold made of sand to make Gray Iron Castings. Disamatic machines are designed to provide molds built for vertical casting and the molds are created in a vertical orientation. Disamatic machines create flaskless molds. Disamatic molding gets its name from the company that manufactures the molding machine, DISA. A Disamatic molding machine is a vertically parted sand molding machine. The vertical molding machine is often the choice for production of very close tolerance Gray Iron Castings. See Gray Iron, Hunter Molding. ...
Ready-to-use dialysis system for quick and efficient dialysis and buffer exchange for small up to large volumes. The tube has the dialysis membrane pre-installed and is easily opened and closed with a screw cap. No struggling with closures and leaking knots or risking puncturing the membrane. Delivered with a flotation ring for improved buoyancy and vertical orientation.. ...
Ready-to-use dialysis system for quick and efficient dialysis and buffer exchange. The tube has the dialysis membrane pre-installed and is easily opened and closed with a screw cap. No struggling with closures and leaking knots or risking puncturing the membrane. Delivered with a flotation ring for improved buoyancy and vertical orientation. Volume size: 0.1 - 3 ml High recovery 98 % Ultrapure regenerated cellulose membrane
I feel I have to finish this before starting on the new Twelve by Twelve series. You might already know that we have decided to continue our collaboration but to change the size of our quilts. They will be 20 by 12 inches (vertical orientation). Gerrie has already chosen the first theme. It is Metamorphosis. ...
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Orientation selectivity vanishes along the lateral spread, in response to a local oriented stimulus. Examples are from area
In some cases, it is required to alter the orientation of a sequence of characters relative to the inline-progression-direction. The requirement is particularly applicable to vertical layouts of East Asian documents, where sometimes narrow-cell Latin text is to be displayed horizontally and other times vertically. Two properties control the glyph orientation relative to the reference orientation for each of the two possible inline-progression-directions. glyph-orientation-vertical controls glyph orientation when the inline-progression-direction is vertical. glyph-orientation-horizontal controls glyph orientation when the inline-progression-direction is horizontal ...
Is seems to me that only the act of performing a lossless rotate resets the Exif orientation flag. I think any process of rotation should reset the flag, and this should happen irrespective of the ignore exif orientation option. For example, I always have the orientation flag enabled, but occasionally I photograph documents looking vertically down and the orientation set by the camera is fairly random in relation to the document. Once I tell XnView what the image orientation is, I expect the orientation flag to show this ...
Unlike devices, screens have inbuilt capacity for detecting changes in orientation. But devices are not equipped with automated mechanisms for controlling screen orientation. The Mozilla Screen Orientation API provides CSS and JavaScript mechanisms for controlling screen orientations. It enables a device to implement content adjustment using CSS relative to either landscape or portrait mode of a screen. Developers can alternatively use JavaScript screen orientation to get and lock a screens current orientation. The API currently supports only Firefox OS and Firefox Android mobile browsers. It is still a beta release and subject to future changes.
reference: Determination of multicomponent protein structures in solution using global orientation and shape restraints., Wang J, Zuo X, Yu P, Byeon IJ, Jung J, Wang X, Dyba M, Seifert S, Schwieters CD, Qin J, Gronenborn AM, Wang YX, J Am Chem Soc. 2009 Aug 5;131(30):10507-15. PMID: 19722627 ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Dynamics of orientation tuning in macaque primary visual cortex. AU - Ringach, Dario L.. AU - Hawken, Michael J.. AU - Shapley, Robert. PY - 1997/5/15. Y1 - 1997/5/15. N2 - Orientation tuning of neurons is one of the chief emergent characteristics of the primary visual cortex, VI. Neurons of the lateral geniculate nucleus, which comprise the thalamic input to V1, are not orientation-tuned, but the majority of V1 neurons are quite selective. How orientation tuning arises within VI is still controversial. To study this problem, we measured how the orientation tuning of neurons evolves with time 20 using a new method: reverse correlation in the orientation domain. Orientation tuning develops after a delay of 30-45 milliseconds and persists for 40-85 ms. Neurons in layers 4Cα or 4Cβ, which receive direct input from the thalamus, show a single orientation preference which remains unchanged throughout the response period. In contrast, the preferred orientations of output layer ...
0084]Referring still to FIG. 1, the pipe handling apparatus 10 has a base 214, a main rotating structural member 16 pivotally connected to the base 214, a pipe handling means 218 connected to the main rotating structural member 16 for moving the pipe 18 from a generally horizontal orientation to a vertical orientation, and a jacking means 200 connected to the pipe handling means 218 for exerting a downward force in generally parallel relation to the pipe 18 when the pipe 18 is in the vertical orientation. The pipe handling means 218 has a gripping means 26 operatively connected to the frame 244 for gripping an outer surface of the pipe 18. The jacking means 200 is affixed to the stab frame frame 28. The pipe handling means 218 moves the pipe 18 between the generally horizontal orientation to the vertical orientation within a single degree of freedom. The pipe handling means 218 has a lever assembly 22 pivotally connected to the main rotating structural member 16. The lever assembly 22 has a ...
Cocoa is a collection of object-oriented components written in the Objective-C language. Objective-C is a flexible and dynamic language that adds object-oriented extensions to ANSI standard C. Because of the flexibility of Objective-C, the Cocoa components can be used by a wide variety of languages besides Objective-C. The key language elements needed to use Cocoa are support for dynamic object orientation and compatibility with the C programming language.. This chapter describes the general features of all languages that can be used with Cocoa, and a brief overview of object-oriented terminology. Details about the most common languages used with Cocoa are provided. The available language options are explained along with some of the advantages and disadvantages of different languages. This book primarily uses the Objective-C language, and this chapter explains why.. Java and many scripting languages provide the required language features to use Cocoa directly. Other languages such as C and C++ ...
London based Sherborne Sensors inclinometers are being used by Europes largest independent suppliers of space technology, to complete life test qualification of a satellite thruster orientation mechanism (TOM).
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It is shown that Vernier acuity is nearly proportional to line length (in the range 5-20 arc min), provided that the orientation of the target is randomized from trial 'o trial and provided that no gap interrupts the line. The effect of a pair of gaps, one in each of the Vernier bars leads to the conclusion that line terminations dissect the target into independent parts prior to the visual analysis of shape and orientation cues, which are only assessed between such features.
The local orientation structure of a visual image is fundamental to the perception of spatial form. Reports of reliable orientation-selective modulations in the pattern of fMRI activity have demonstrated the potential for investigating the representation of orientation in the human visual cortex. Or …
To complete the online orientation program please log into the New Maverick Orientation registration system using the button below and register for the online orientation session. This will be the only session available when you log in. Once you have registered for this session, you will see a blue box at the top of the page where you can access the online orientation. You may complete the online orientation anytime after you register for the session.. Your hold should be removed 24 hours after you complete the online orientation session. If your hold is not removed after 24 hours, please contact the New Maverick Orientation office at [email protected] or 817-272-3213. Keep in mind that Monday, January 15 is a holiday and the New Maverick Orientation office will be closed.. The same fees apply to online orientation that exist for our on-campus orientation sessions. These fees are added to your student account when you complete the online orientation and paid along with your tuition. All fees ...
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-10884?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel&focusedCommentId=15216834#comment-15216834 ] ASF GitHub Bot commented on CB-10884: ------------------------------------- Github user jcesarmobile commented on the pull request: https://github.com/apache/cordova-plugin-statusbar/pull/53#issuecomment-203104592 LGTM The bug I told you about on slack was already present, its not caused by this code. Ill file a new issue for it. , Inappbrowser breaks UI while Screen orientation changes from landscape to portrait on iOS , ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- , , Key: CB-10884 , URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CB-10884 , Project: Apache Cordova , Issue Type: Bug , Components: Plugin InAppBrowser, Plugin Statusbar , Affects Versions: 2.3.0 , Environment: iOS , Reporter: Mangesh Kurve , Assignee: Sergey Shakhnazarov , Labels: iOS, orientation, performance, reproduced, ...
Literally hundreds of thousands of users of 2D computer-aided design (CAD) tools are in the difficult process of transitioning to 3D CAD tools. A common problem for these users is disorientation in the abstract virtual 3D environments that occur while developing new 3D scenes. To help address this problem, we present a novel in-scene 3D widget called the ViewCube as a 3D orientation indicator and controller. The ViewCube is a cubeshaped widget placed in a corner of the window. When acting as an orientation indicator, the ViewCube turns to reflect the current view direction as the user re-orients the scene using other tools. When used as an orientation controller, the ViewCube can be dragged, or the faces, edges, or corners can be clicked on, to easily orient the scene to the corresponding view. We conducted a formal experiment to measure the performance of the ViewCube comparing: (1) ArcBall-style dragging using the ViewCube for manual view switching, (2) clicking on face/edge/corner elements of ...
Find out more about spring orientation at the University of Idaho. Learn where you need to be, what you need to bring, who you might meet and what you need to do to sign up and check in.
Recently Ive been exploring the Android operating system. I was sufficiently curious to purchase an ADP1 (an android based developer phone from Google). I think Ive done enough research to begin porting my M12 puzzle. I thought Id share some of the things Ive learned along the way starting with the way orientation works.. Both the T-Mobile G1 and the ADP1 allow applications to be displayed with two different orientations - landscape and portrait. By default the the orientation is controlled by whether the keyboard is exposed. The application can override the default orientation behavior, but doing so requires an understanding of the way orientation works in Android.. Transitions between portrait and landscape mode result in a new instances of of the ...
Below is a list of common questions about Family Orientation. If you require further assistance, please email New Student Orientation at [email protected] Do most parents/guardians attend Family Orientation?. Approximately 1,000 parents attended orientation last year. The choice of whether or not to attend Family Orientation depends on each parent or guardian. Parents and guardians of incoming first-year students are strongly encouraged to attend. This is certainly one of the first steps in showing support for your student.. As a parent/guardian, what will I be doing during Family Orientation?. You will have a chance to gain your own introduction to campus life, as well as the opportunity to meet representatives of various student support departments. You will also learn about the general academic requirements and policies, course placement and NJITs advising system. You will also have an opportunity to meet key campus staff members who support first-year students, and become familiar with ...
Document image data entered from a scanner are separated into a plurality of areas by an area separation unit. Attributes are assigned to respective ones of the plurality of partial areas obtained in the area separation unit. For instance, a character area in the main body of text and a character area in a table are examples of area attributes. Each of these attributes is assigned a degree of priority in advance. A character recognition/orientation discrimination unit detects character orientation in each of the plurality of partial areas and discriminates document orientation. The orientation of the document image data is determined based upon the document orientation of each partial area discriminated by the character recognition/orientation discrimination unit and the degree of priority of the attribute assigned to each partial area. Further, first and second recognition units for recognizing characters used in the Japanese and English languages, respectively, are provided, and the image data undergo
Here we use a perturbative approach to compute the ground states of the EN for the joint mapping of two visual features: (i) position in visual space, represented in a retinotopic map and (ii) line orientation, represented in an orientation preference map (OPM). In this framework, the EN incooporates a mapping from a four-dimensional feature space to the twodimensional cortical sheet of neurons. We show that the dynamics of both feature representations can be treated within a general theory for the stability of OPMs [6]. We find various ground states as a function of the lateral intracortical interactions and external stimulus distribution properties. However, in all parameter regimes, the grounds states of the Elastic Network Model are either stripe-like, or crystalline representation of the two visual features. We present a complete phase diagram of the model, summarizing pattern selection. Analytical predictions are confirmed by direct numerical simulations. Our results question previous ...
A. pelagicus has demonstrated in a shipboard aquarium the ability to rotate its eyes and digestive gland to keep them in a vertical orientation. In the photographs below the black line passes through the axis of the gill and provides a reference point. One white lines pass through the axis of the digestive gland and the other through the eye-axis. The photographs show the gill-axis in two different orientations. The orientation of the digestive gland and eye axes (white lines) differ greatly in the two pictures relative to the orientation of the black line (gill axis). ...
The UMass Lowell Freshman Orientation Program is required for all students entering the university. It is the only opportunity you, as an incoming student, will have to meet with your adviser and get the information you need to start your semester.. Orientation is designed to give you the foundation you need to make a successful start in your student career. You will get a preview of life as an undergraduate and a chance to have your questions answered. Orientation sessions are organized by college and major, so the students you meet at Orientation are the students you will be sitting next to in class. In addition, our Orientation Leaders are current students. They can give you the inside track on campus life, professors, and just about anything.. More freshmen orientation information!. ...
D-FOM is a proposed approach for Object Oriented Analysis & Designing of a Software/Hardware System.; Author: Deepak Jain; Updated: 7 Apr 2004; Section: Design and Architecture; Chapter: Development Lifecycle; Updated: 7 Apr 2004
In this study, we have introduced optimal orientation as a benchmark for evaluating the performance of orientation strategies in given flow conditions. With optimal orientation, trajectories are longest yet travel duration is minimized by steering through regions of relatively high flow support. The illustrated trajectories (figures 1a,b and 2a,b) demonstrate that optimal orientation in horizontal flow does not always involve increased compensation on approach to the goal (cf. [12,13]), can involve either over-drift or over-compensation en route (cf. [23,38]) and is not always equivalent to full drift in balanced flows (contra [12]).. Our results provide insight into the value of information an animal may have about flow conditions. In flow that is weak compared to self-speeds (W ≤ 0.5), flow prediction is not essential as full compensation and goal orientation are all nearly as reliable and efficient as flow-adjusted vector orientation and optimal orientation (figures 1d, 2d and 3d). This ...
Consumers generally prefer products that are easy to interact with. In three studies, we show that this preference arises from the fit between product orientation and monitored situational constraints. Flexible right-handers, who monitor situational constraints, recall product orientations better and prefer products for which the handle is oriented in the direction of the hand used for grasping. When their ability to monitor situational constraints is impaired, the preference for easy-to-grasp products is attenuated. The findings highlight that motor fluency is a relevant cue for decision making when consumers assess how to interact with a product. The implications of these results for embodiment and fluency research are discussed ...
The Manikin Test of Spatial Orientation and Transformation as described in Englund et al (1887).. Go back to Manikin Test of Spatial Orientation and Transformation page ...
A hollow shaft wall with horizontal studs having angled stud webs forming a channel with the stud inner flanges. Core boards are held by one edge in the angled channel and the other edge held by suitable means on an adjacent horizontal stud. Wallboards are spaced from the core boards and are secured to flanges of the studs. Supports are provided at the ends of the core boards and the studs for holding the wall in a vertical orientation.
Im pretty sure the translation for the phrase DonPachi means LoveHate. Okay I totally made that part up, but it perfectly describes my experience with this game. I loved the non-stop action and the thrilling amount of firepower unleashed when your weapons are fully charged. I loved the graphics and the high energy soundtrack. I fully appreciated the fact that the PSX port of the game allows for arcade accurate vertical orientation, even if I had to fool around with rather obscure ePSXe graphics plugins to make it work properly (here tate mode does indeed turn the screen 90 degrees with proper aspect ratio … but it turns it 90 degrees horizontal; youd have to turn your monitor on its side to make it into a proper vertical shooter - or alternately use a graphics plugin to facilitate the rotation as I did). But despite all these good qualities … I hated the way in which the game thoroughly kicked my ass over and over … and over again. The bottom line is that Im just not hardcore enough ...
The thermal management and method for large scale processing of CIS and/or CIGS based thin film overlaying glass substrates. According to an embodiment, the present invention provides a method for fabricating a copper indium diselenide semiconductor film. The method includes providing a plurality of substrates, each of the substrates having a copper and indium composite structure. The method also includes transferring the plurality of substrates into a furnace, each of the plurality of substrates provided in a vertical orientation with respect to a direction of gravity, the plurality of substrates being defined by a number N, where N is greater than 5. The method further includes introducing a gaseous species including a selenide species and a carrier gas into the furnace and transferring thermal energy into the furnace to increase a temperature from a first temperature to a second temperature, the second temperature ranging from about 350 C. to about 450 C. to at least initiate formation of a copper
In frontalized mammals it has been demonstrated that adaptation produces shift of the peak of the orientation tuning curve of neuron following frequent or lengthier presentation of a non-preferred stimulus. Depending on the duration of adaptation the shift is attractive (toward the adapter) or repul …
A right pelvic abnormal structure, which morphologically closely resembled that of a kidney, was found located above the uterus(Fig.2). The patient underwent CT to study the origin of this anomaly and to exclude primitive iliac conglomerate adenopathy(Fig.3). A renal malformation was detected, translated by ectopic renal fusion, manifested by the fusion of two kidneys, which showed a horizontal orientation at the right side of the midline below the iliac primitive territory, with expression in the pelvic cavity. No renal mass lesion or pelvicaliceal dilatation was found ...
We present a new approach to create painterly renderings of an animated 3D scene, allowing a controllable trade-off between scene fidelity and stylistic design. Our approach extends and complements existing systems in order to ensure temporal coherence while maintaining consistent stroke density, and allowing a wide variety of stroke styles. It is based on a new dynamic painting algorithm which selects a suitable set of sample stroke locations based on an object-space hierarchy. Strokes are created at these locations, with attributes assigned using arbitrary stylistic choices: examples include scene-derived decisions such as having stroke orientation follow curvature or silhouette directions, or user-supplied constraints such as global orientation or thickness. Stroke rendering is then performed using appropriately filtered information from a set of G-buffers. We describe an improved stroke rendering technique which allows a faithful depiction of the scene while letting the user specify his prefered
Insects, with their miniature brains and eyes, are undoubtedly one of the most capable navigators in the animal kingdom. Dung beetles are known to use a large repertoire of sky compass cues as their only reference during straight-line orientation. But how are all these signals processed in the beetle brain to develop a precise internal sky compass? Moreover, how is this network designed in an animal that relies on a pure visual sky compass?
Neurons in the early stages of visual processing are often thought of as edge detectors for different orientations. Here we investigate the existence of detectors for specific combinations of edges-detectors for specific curvatures. Previous attempts to demonstrate such detectors through aftereffects have ultimately been explained by adaptation to local orientation rather than curvature per se. To control for local aftereffects, we adapted one patch of visual field to two adjacent gratings presented as an obtuse contour (compound patch), and another patch to the same component gratings presented alternately (component patch). In this way both patches are adapted equally to the local orientation components of the stimuli, but only the compound patch is adapted to the global contour. Thus any difference in adaptation between the patches must result from the presence of the contour as a global figure. We found that perceived contrast of probe stimuli was not differentially altered in the two ...
Click here for your Orientation schedule:. Spring 2018 Orientation Schedule - Beren Campus - Women. Spring 2018 Orientation Schedule- Wilf Campus- Men. Yeshiva Universitys Orientation is an interactive experience that provides essential information sessions, introduces new students to college culture and assists students in navigating the buildings, services and resources available on the Wilf and Beren Campuses. Spring 2018 Orientation will take place from Thursday, January 18th, through Sunday, January 21st. Our energetic and talented student guides and resident advisors will be on campus to join you in sessions, share their experiences and answer any of your questions about campus life. Administrators and faculty will also be present throughout Orientation to answer questions and give advice about your educational future. Students can expect to develop a sense of community with other new students, learn their way around campus and make new friends. Whether you have questions about academics, ...
Whether youre coming to Furman for our rigorous academics, undergraduate research opportunities or fine arts programs, our goal is to ensure that your first year is a success. Thats why we have a created a two-pronged orientation program to make the transition to college as smooth as possible.. Furman offers a hybrid approach to acclimating students to academics and college life-Summer Orientation and Fall Orientation. Summer Orientation focuses on the nuts and bolts of class selection, while Fall Orientation introduces students to the Furman experience. Together, these orientation sessions will help you adapt to life on our campus.. Discover how were going to prepare you for the next four years.. ...
We investigate the influence of THG-cut KDP crystal orientation on laser damage at 1064 nm under nanosecond pulses. Since laser damage is now assumed to initiate on precursor defects, this study makes a connection between these nanodefects (throughout a mesoscopic description) and the influence of their orientation on laser damage. Some investigations have already been carried out in various crystals and particularly for KDP, indicating propagation direction and polarization dependences. We performed experiments for two orthogonal positions of the crystal and results clearly indicate that KDP crystal laser damage depends on its orientation. We carried out further investigations on the effect of the polarization orientation, by rotating the crystal around the propagation axis. We then obtained the evolution of the damage probability as a function of the rotation angle. To account for these experimental results, we propose a laser damage model based on ellipsoid-shaped defects. This modeling is a ...
OK, Monks, in fear of being hit with flying keyboards, I must tell you that I am currently in the process of learning Java, as my second language.**ducks** As most of you know, from several posts before on my behalf, Perl was in fact my very first language (well, as far as computers go, of course). However, even though Ive come quite far in Perl, I have yet to pursue Object Oriented Perl. Now that Im embarking on my new Java quest, its coming to my attention, that Java is, itself, object oriented.. So, my question is this...*finally, you say*...should I stop where I am, and come back to learn object orientation in Perl? Is it more a concept to learn, than something to do with a particular language (other than syntax, of course)? Am I leaving my Perl quest immaturely if Ive skipped object oriented Perl?. I suppose I hadnt really seen much point in venturing down that path, as Ive never really come to a problem where the answer to said problem had anything to do at all with OO Perl, but if ...
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Abstract Based on enamel microstructure of lower incisors, extant and fossil myoxids can be arranged into three groups. In the first group, Hunter-Schreger bands retain the plesiomorphic state, a transverse orientation. An oblique orientation is found in the second, and in the third group a...
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in European Journal of Biochemistry (1998), 256(3), 570-9. A class of peptides that associate with lipids, known as oblique-orientated peptides, was recently described [Brasseur R., Pillot, T., Lins, L., Vandekerckhove, J. & Rosseneu, M. (1997) Trends Biochem ... [more ▼]. A class of peptides that associate with lipids, known as oblique-orientated peptides, was recently described [Brasseur R., Pillot, T., Lins, L., Vandekerckhove, J. & Rosseneu, M. (1997) Trends Biochem. Sci. 22, 167-171]. Due to an asymmetric distribution of hydrophobic residues along the axis of the alpha-helix, such peptides adopt an oblique orientation which can destabilise membranes or lipid cores. Variants of these oblique peptides, designed to have an homogeneous distribution of hydrophobic and hydrophilic residues along the helical axis, are classified as regular amphipathic peptides. These peptides are expected to lie parallel to the polar/apolar interface with their hydrophobic residues directed towards the apolar ...
Many programs offer orientation sessions prior to or at the beginning of your start term. You will be advised of orientation sessions via your MyMail account. Check your account regularly for updates.. As orientation sessions are set, they will be listed on this page.. Program orientations will give you all the information you need to know for your program. Meet your classmates, find your way around, and get comfortable with your surroundings. Book your calendar now and be sure to attend the orientation session for your program!. ...
Orientation events for Term 1, 2018 will be held at our various CQUniversity campus locations between Monday, 26 February 2018 to Friday, 2 March 2018. Specific dates for each campus will be announced in late January. Mark this week in your calendar and keep an eye on your student email for more details and updates regarding Term 1, 2018 Orientation.. The academic school you belong to will determine which day of Orientation you attend.. All new, on-campus and distance students are invited to join us. Draft schedules will be available for viewing in late January.. If you have a laptop or tablet device, it would be useful to bring it to Orientation. You should also bring your Student ID card. If you dont have a Student ID card, please bring along the student number found on your Offer Letter.. If you have a disability or medical condition, and require assistance with adjustments or access to Orientation, please contact us at [email protected] or by calling 13 27 86.. Please note that due ...
All new students attend an orientation session before their first semester to prepare for their upcoming transition to campus. Parents and family members are also invited to come to orientation. We also offer sessions that run concurrently with your students orientation.. Visit our New Student Orientation website to see more information about Parent & Family Orientation.. ...
New Student Orientation facilitates the development of skills necessary for students to transition and thrive within the Agnes Scott community. Orientation is scheduled to take place in-person. New international students will be contacted directly by the Center for Global Learning.. To access the online orientation platform please go to www.go2orientation.com/agnesscott.. Your orientation experience will take place on August 18-19! Welcome to the SCOTTIEHOOD! ...
Animals relying on a celestial compass for spatial orientation may use the position of the sun, the chromatic or intensity gradient of the sky, the polarization pattern of the sky, or a combination of these cues as compass signals. Behavioral experim
Once youve become a student at LSC, sign up for the on-campus orientation (SOAR) or the online orientation. The orientation provides information about key policies and resources youll need to succeed at LSC. Its a requirement to take an orientation to enroll in classes. The earlier you complete your SOAR or online orientation, the better selection of classes youll have. ...