Potentially identical objects (e.g., files) are located across multiple computers based on stochastic partitioning of workload. For each of a plurality of objects stored on a plurality of computers in a network, a portion of object information corresponding to the object is selected. The object information can be generated in a variety of manners (e.g., based on hashing the object, based on characteristics of the object, and so forth). Any of a variety of portions of the object information can be used (e.g., the least significant bits of the object information). A stochastic partitioning process is then used to identify which of the plurality of computers to communicate the object information to for identification of potentially identical objects on the plurality of computers.
In an attempt to understand how low-level visual information contributes to object categorisation, previous studies have examined the effects of spatially filtering images on object recognition at different levels of abstraction. Here, the quantitative thresholds for object categorisation at the basic and subordinate levels are determined by using a combination of the method of adjustment and a match-to-sample method. Participants were asked to adjust the cut-off of either a low-pass or high-pass filter applied to a target image until they reached the threshold at which they could match the target image to one of six simultaneously presented category names. This allowed more quantitative analysis of the spatial frequencies necessary for recognition than previous studies. Results indicate that a more central range of low spatial frequencies is necessary for subordinate categorisation than basic, though the difference is small, at about 0.25 octaves. Conversely, there was no effect of categorisation level
An object tracking method uses a system having an object identifying device and at least one video tracking device, wherein the object identifying device monitors an area to identify an object entering the area and the video tracking device wired/wirelessly connected to the object identifying device monitors the area monitored by the object identifying device. The method includes: extracting, at the object identifying device, object identification information of the object; providing, at the object identifying device, the object identification information to the video tracking device; tracking, at the video tracking device, the object to extract physical information of the object; mapping, at the video tracking device, the physical information to the object identification information to generate object information of the object; and storing, at the video tracking device, the object information in a memory of the video tracking device.
During the past two decades, complex image theory techniques have successfully been utilized to determine simple form expressions for the electric and magnetic fields produced by antennas located near the earths surface, for both single-layered and multilayered earths. It is the purpose of this paper to provide a tutorial overview of complex image theory. Particular attention will be paid to its range of validity. Specific applications will also be discussed. ...
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Image category recognition is important to access visual information on the level of objects and scene types. So far, intensity-based descriptors have been widely used for feature extraction at salient points. To increase illumination invariance and
Object Categorization, Edited by Sven J. Dickinson, Aleš Leonardis, Bernt Schiele, Michael J. Tarr, 9780521887380, Cambridge University Press
Abstract: Mirror symmetry, in a crude formulation, is usually presented as a correspondence between the Gromov--Witten theory of a Calabi--Yau variety $X$, and some invariants extracted from the degeneration of Hodge structures of a mirror family of Calabi--Yau varieties $\mathcal{X}^{\vee}\to\mathbf{D}$. After physicists Bershadsky--Cecotti--Ooguri--Vafa (henceforth BCOV), this is organised according to the genus of the curves in $X$ we wish to enumerate, and gives rise to an infinite recurrence of differential equations. The first equation in the recurrence amounts to the classical genus zero mirror symmetry considered by Candelas--de la Ossa--Green--Parkes, and is nothing but an expression of the Yukawa coupling of the mirror family in terms of the genus 0 Gromov--Witten invariants of $X$. The Yukawa coupling is indeed an invariant of the degeneration of Hodge structures (in the middle degree) of $\mathcal{X}^{\vee}\to\mathbf{D}$. Many instances of the genus 0 conjecture are nowadays known, ...
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Combines the Real and Imaginary data sets to one array for exporting to the Simepr.exe program. You must use this feature to Optimize or Tune an FT spectrum. This feature has no meaning for a CW spectrum. Only a symmetric spectrum which is centered in the data array will produce a Fourier transform which is purely either Real or Imaginary depending on the harmonic with the exception of noise. A first derivative CW spectrum will produce a purely Imaginary display after an FFT+1. To simulate the FT of non-symmetric and/or non-centered spectra, this feature has been added. Because the spectral information is compressed into the low frequency region of an FT by the exponential linewidth function, the high frequency region may be discarded. This now empty space of the Imaginary array is used to hold the low frequency information of the Real array. You will be prompted for n, the frequency value (data point) for combination. This number should be above the region of significant low frequency spectral ...
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A method of sharing a group of one or more objects between a plurality of users, in which one or more of said plurality of users is able to change parameter data of at least one said object. The method comprises storing at least one version of each said object; when an object is changed, creating a new version of the object, the new version of the object comprising additional data relating to the creation of the new version; storing the new version of the object together with any version of that object before the change; providing all versions of the object to each of said plurality of users; and using the additional data provided for each version of the object to determine how to display the object. The group may be a calendar and each object may be an event in the calendar. In that case, the object parameter data may comprise a start time of the event, an end time of the event, a description of the event, a status of the event, whether the event is to be repeated and the persons attending the event.
Symbols could be a misleading term for what the brain stores when presented with visual inputs from the retina. It certainly does not store a picture in the head. Its a pattern of nerve impulses firing in a fixed relation to one another, a pattern that we can recall and manipulate in our conscious minds. What visual patterns the brain decides to store is partly determined by what weve learned in early childhood, just as we learn to store the aural patterns of speech ...
Polymorphic Rules & Regulations is a World of Warcraft object that can be found in Dalaran. In the Interactive Objects category. Added in World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King.
Could you post your build environment? (i.e. Linux/ OSX and distribution, gcc version, cmake version) Toby 2008/9/3 Amanda M Whitbrook ,[email protected], , Hi, , Im trying to install Stage 3.0.1 having successfully installed , Player-2.1.1. However, Im getting the following error output when I run , make : , , [ 2%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/ancestor.o , [ 4%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/block.o , [ 6%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/camera.o , [ 9%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/canvas.o , [ 11%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/file_manager.o , [ 13%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/gl.o , [ 15%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/glcolorstack.o , [ 18%] Building CXX object libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/model.o , [ 20%] Building CXX object , libstage/CMakeFiles/stage.dir/model_blinkenlight.o , [ 22%] Building CXX object ...
The question of when objects are is crucial to any ontology that claims being is composed of units, substances, or entities. This question takes roughly two forms: On the one hand, its the question of the relation between the material parts of an object and the totality that is the object. I say material parts…
Determining the volume of an object is easy if that object is uniform and has a regular shape. For objects that are irregularly shaped, using the...
It would be useful to have a QList QHash::values, that could return references to the objects rather than copies of the objects, something like QList QHash::values, especially for QMultiHash where I can get sets of objects with the same key; so I could mo...
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I have been modeling some objects in blender 2.8 and rotated and scaled the objects and finally I applied the rotation and scale. But the dimensions between the objectmode and editmode are different how is this possible?. ...
The Object.values() method returns an array of a given objects own enumerable property values, in the same order as that provided by a for...in loop (the difference being that a for-in loop enumerates properties in the prototype chain as well).
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Description: Define an object that encapsulates how a set of objects interact. Mediator promotes loose coupling by keeping objects from referring to each other explicitly, and it lets you vary their interaction independently Benefits: Decouples colleagues Simplifies object protocols Centralizes control When to use: A set of objects communicate in well-defined but complex ways. You want…
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The human FFA was first described by Justine Sergent in 1992[2] and later named by Nancy Kanwisher in 1997[1] who proposed that the existence of the FFA is evidence for domain specificity in the visual system. Studies have recently shown that the FFA is composed of functional clusters that are at a finer spatial scale than prior investigations have measured.[3] Electrical stimulation of these functional clusters selectively distorts face perception, which is causal support for the role of these functional clusters in perceiving the facial image.[4] While it is generally agreed that the FFA responds more to faces than to most other categories, there is debate about whether the FFA is uniquely dedicated to face processing, as proposed by Nancy Kanwisher and others, or whether it participates in the processing of other objects. The expertise hypothesis, as championed by Isabel Gauthier and others, offers an explanation for how the FFA becomes selective for faces in most people. The expertise ...
Frequencies of occurrence of low-level image features is the representation of choice in the design of state-of-the-art visual object recognition systems. A crucial step in this process is the construction of a codebook of visual features, which is usually done by cluster analysis of a large number of low-level image features detected as interest points. However, clustering is a process that retains regions of high density in a distribution and it follows that the resulting codebook need not have discriminant properties. Here we extend our recent work on constructing a one-pass discriminant codebook design procedure inspired by the resource allocating network model from the artificial neural networks literature. Unlike clustering, this approach retains data spread out more widely in the input space, thereby including rare low-level features in the codebook. It simultaneously achieves increased discrimination and a drastic reduction in the computational needs. We illustrate some properties of our ...
Several brain regions have been linked to human face processing, most prominently the fusiform face area (FFA) in the fusiform gyrus. Dedicated architecture for face processing has also consistently been suggested by functional neuroimaging and single-unit recordings in primates. Faces are distinctive stimuli; they are a vital part of social interactions. Faces also are processed more holistically than other objects; face features and the relationships between them tend to be encoded all at once. Studies with infants and twins suggest a potential genetic component for specialized face processing. Such observations have led to the hypothesis that the FFA is an innate/dedicated face-processing area (i.e., the face-specificity hypothesis).. On the other hand, we are highly practiced at face recognition, as we must recognize associates among highly similar individuals. Also, experience appears to tune our ability to recognize different faces; people are generally better at recognizing faces of the ...
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Face perception is a microcosm of object recognition processes. The most difficult challenge in object recognition-distinguishing among similar visual forms despite substantial changes in appearance arising from changes in position, illumination, occlusion, etc.-is something we can do effortlessly for faces. Although face identification is often singled out as demanding particular sensitivity to differences between objects sharing a common basic configuration, in fact, such differences must be represented in the brain for both faces and nonface objects. This chapter argues that understanding face processing will illuminate the general problem of visual object recognition. It begins by discussing the functional architecture of the temporal lobe, with a special focus on the architecture of the system of face-selective areas in macaques and humans. It then discusses the physiology of cells in the temporal lobe, with a focus on the response properties of face-selective cells. Finally, it discusses different
Despite the computational difficulty, adults easily recognize faces with incredibly high sensitivity and specificity across novel changes in viewing conditions. Mature face representations are invariant to identity-preserving changes (e.g., changes in expression or viewing angle) while intolerant to identity-transforming changes (e.g., changes in texture, age, and gender). Yet, due to constraints in testing newborn subjects, the origins of these characteristics remain unknown. Are highly sensitive, specific, and generative face representations the product of extensive visual experience, or do genes build neural machinery that generates sensitive, specific, and generative face representations from the onset of experience with faces? To probe the nature of the first face representation created in the newborn mind, we reared newborn chickens for one week in a virtual reality chamber that contained no objects except a single virtual human face (the "Virtual Parent"). Immediately after, the chickens ...
Human contrast sensitivity to visual patterns vs. model predictions.a, Probability distribution of the 512 possible 3×3 1-bit pixel patterns (grey histogram).
Making sense of complex objects is difficult, and typically requires the use of external representations to support cognitive demands while reasoning about the objects. Visualizations are one type of external representation that can be used to support sensemaking activities. In this paper, we investigate the role of two design strategies in making the interactive features of visualizations more supportive of users exploratory needs when trying to make sense of complex objects. These two strategies are visibility and complementarity of interactions. We employ a theoretical framework concerned with human-information interaction and complex cognitive activities to inform, contextualize, and interpret the effects of the design strategies. The two strategies are incorporated in the design of Polyvise, a visualization tool that supports making sense of complex four-dimensional geometric objects. A mixed-methods study was conducted to evaluate the design strategies and the overall usability of Polyvise. We
First, how do we know what animals remember? One way to test memory in rats is by using object recognition. You present the rat with two identical objects and let the animal explore them for a few minutes. Then you replace one of the objects with a new object, and typically, the rat will spend more time exploring the new object than the old one (presumably because the rat remembers the old one). By testing rat visual memory performance using this simple paradigm, the researchers established that rats were able to retain information about an object for up to 45 minutes, but after 60 minutes the objects were forgotten and treated as new unknowns. The researchers then injected a special protein in a specific part of the rats visual cortex, a part of the brain that is important for processing visual information. Following the injection, the rats were tested again for object recognition, and low and behold, the rats were now able to remember object information for longer than 45 minutes. How much ...
A deferred graphics pipeline processor comprising a texture unit and a texture memory associated with the texture unit. The texture unit applies texture maps stored in the texture memory, to pixel fragments. The textures are MIP-mapped and comprise a series of texture maps at different levels of detail, each map representing the appearance of the texture at a given distance from an eye point. The texture unit performs tri-linear interpolation from the texture maps to produce a texture value for a given pixel fragment that approximates the correct level of detail. The texture memory has texture data stored and accessed in a manner which reduces memory access conflicts and thus improves throughput of said texture unit.
Intrinsic uncertainty arises from sources intrinsic to the observer, in particular from the observers inability to attend to only the relevant information (attention limitations) and inability to remember the set of possible stimuli (memory limitations). This intrinsic uncertainty can be incorporated into the models based on multiple independent analyzers that were presented in the previous chapter for cases of extrinsic uncertainty. This chapter considers the interaction of uncertainty assumptions with the transducer function (output versus input function) of individual analyzers; the overall transducer function of all the analyzers used by the decision rule; the psychometric function for the observer; and the ROC curves. The control of attention and individual differences is discussed. ...
Disclosed is an apparatus comprising a jitter buffer that writes and reads packets transmitted via a packet network from a transmission node, a clock correction unit that obtains an inter-packet jitter, based on difference information between time stamp information at the time of reception of the packet on a receiving side and time stamp information attached to the packet at the time of transmission of the packet by a transmission node with regards to packets received before and after and obtains a transmission frequency and a PLL unit that receives frequency information from the clock correction unit and generates a clock of the frequency. A scheduler uses a frequency from the PLL unit as a transmission frequency to transmit a packet from the jitter buffer unit.
A method and system for rendering a desktop on a computer using a composited desktop model operating system are provided. A composited desktop window manager, upon receiving base object and content object information for one or more content objects from an application program, draws the window to a buffer memory, and takes advantage of advanced graphics hardware and visual effects to render windows based on content on which they are drawn. The frame portion of each window may be generated by pixel shading a bitmap having the appearance of frosted glass based on the content of the desktop on top of which the frame is displayed. Legacy support is provided so that the operating system can draw and render windows generated by legacy applications to look consistent with non-legacy application windows.
The collection of BR WICs (Weekly Information Circulars) and BR IFICs (International Frequency Information Circulars) for Space Services contains Parts and Special Section publications with information on the frequency assignments for space stations, Earth stations or radioastronomy stations submitted to the Radiocommunication Bureau by ITU Member State administrations. The collection is distributed on multiple DVD-ROMs and contains archived BR WICs compiled by time series (1965-1995) and from 1996 by year (1996-1999), and archived BR IFICs (from 2000 onwards) by year. ...
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Herrnstein and Loveland (1964, pp. 549-551) successfully trained pigeons to discriminate pictures showing humans from pictures that did not. In the present study, a go/no-go procedure was employed to replicate and extend their findings, the primary focus of concern being to reevaluate the role of item- and category-specific information. The pigeons readily acquired the discrimination and were also able to generalize to novel instances of the two classes (Experiment 1). Classification of scrambled versions of the stimuli was based on small and local features, rather than on configural and global features (Experiment 2). The presentation of gray-scale stimuli indicated that color was important for classifying novel stimuli and recognizing familiar ones (Experiments 1 and 2). Finally, the control that could possibly be exerted by irrelevant background features was investigated by presenting the pigeons with images of persons contained in former person-absent pictures (Experiment 3). Classification ...
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A method is provided of sintering a green object body to form a manufactured object. The method comprises providing a green object body. The green object body comprises granular construction material bound together by a binder. The method comprises providing a green support body for supporting the green object body. The green support body comprises granular construction material bound together by a binder. The method comprises supporting the green object body with the green support body. The method comprises sintering the green support body together with the green object body supported by the green support body. A method of manufacturing an object, a method of processing object data, a data carrier carrying program instructions and an object data processor are also provided.
Data folding, i.e., division of data into training and testing sets, ensured that generalization testing was done on data that were not used for hyperalignment or classifier training (Kriegeskorte et al., 2009). Palbociclib nmr BSC of the face and object categories reached a maximal level with the top 12 PCs from the PCA of the face and object data (67.7% ± 2.1%). BSC of the animal species. reached a maximal level with the top nine PCs from the PCA of the animal species data (73.9% ± 3.0%). The top PCs from the face and object data, however, did not afford good classification of the animal species (55.0% ± 3.4%) or the movie time segments (50.1% ± 2.7%), nor did the top PCs from the animal species data afford good classification of the face and object categories (54.2% ± 2.6%) or the movie time segments (49.5% ± 2.6%; Figure 3B). Thus, the lower-dimensional representational spaces for the limited number of stimulus categories in the face and object experiment and in the animal species ...
Face part or non-face objects hiding - The plug-in allows to select and hide a part of a face by choosing a corresponding rectangular region in a frame. Also this method allows to choose non-face objects to be hidden (i.e. car license plates, logos, etc ...
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This video explains how to construct a line segment. When constructing a line segment, we use a compass and straightedge to first draw a ray or line and then a point that will serve as an endpoint of the new segment. Next, we measure the given segment with a compass and make a mark with the pencil end. Without changing the spacing of the compass, place the sharp end of the compass on the point drawn on the new line/ray, and make a mark on the line/ray. This is our line segment.(2:02) ...
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How you can specify texture units greater than GL_TEXTURE31 ? In specification GL_MAX_COMBINED_TEXTURE_IMAGE_UNITS is: MINIMUM 48 for OpenGL 3.x ( http://www.opengl.org/sdk/docs/man3/xhtml/glActiveTexture.xml ) MINIMUM 80 for OpenGL 4.x ( http://www.opengl.org/sdk/docs/man4/xhtml/glActiveTexture.xml ) The number of texture units is implementation dependent, but must be at least 48. texture must be one of GL_TEXTUREi, where i ranges from 0 (GL_MAX_COMBINED_TEXTURE_IMAGE_UNITS - 1).
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Dropper produces dry blood analyses automatically calculating ESR and blood purity (0 - 100%) with visual patterns of the blood. Dry blood analysis shows minera
Texture: Guinea Pig Texture Set #2 - A set of 17 textures for the free guinea pig model by Steve Shanks (available at PlanIt3D). The textures were created from photos of my own guinea pigs (most of whom were rescued) and some of the
This MATLAB function accepts a multipart line in latitude-longitude with vertices stored in arrays lat and lon, and merges the parts wherever a pair of end points coincide.
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:
This is the unique object identifier for the object being processed. Every object is assigned an integer value that is unique among all objects in the simulation for all time. Even if an object is deleted, its identifier is never reused. The object identifier can always be used to uniquely identify a given object. This makes this variable very useful in situations where each object needs to be treated differently. It can be used to produce a unique random number for each object, for example. This value is also the best way to look up information on an object using the dopfield expression function. This value will be -1 if the node does not process objects sequentially (such as the ...
Hi, In OpenGL 3.3. texturing can be disabled using glDisable(GL_TEXTURE_), but Calling glDisable(GL_TEXTURE_BUFFER) is not valid. How are texture buffers conceptually different than other textures? Why can they not be disabled? Thanks.
Granted, Im still eager to boost my cuss-o-meter rating, but that seems kind of blunt and Ive been puzzled over its directness since reading it a couple days ago. Even the Gray Lady is getting the point across, like in todays piece on McCain being "a little jealous" of the attention Obamas getting ...
Retrieve common objects from event. Several object used for the analysis are handled by the AliAnalysisTaskEmcal, and provided as member variables to the task itself and to derived task. Among them are event global objects. ...
Retrieve common objects from event. Several object used for the analysis are handled by the AliAnalysisTaskEmcal, and provided as member variables to the task itself and to derived task. Among them are event global objects. ...
You can use a generic list, defined by the List|T| class, to store a dynamically sized collection of objects. A List|T| can store any type of object, including both value-typed and referenced-typed objects.
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Signed-off-by: Józef Kucia ,jkucia at codeweavers.com, --- dlls/d3d10core/tests/device.c , 17 +++++++++++++++++ 1 file changed, 17 insertions(+) diff --git a/dlls/d3d10core/tests/device.c b/dlls/d3d10core/tests/device.c index 27c7ee0..806a1a2 100644 --- a/dlls/d3d10core/tests/device.c +++ b/dlls/d3d10core/tests/device.c @@ -3606,6 +3606,13 @@ static void test_texture(void) 0xff, 0xff, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x1f, 0x00, 0x1f, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0xff, 0xff, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, }; + static const BYTE bc4_data[4 * 8] = + { + 0x10, 0x7f, 0x77, 0x39, 0x05, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, + 0x10, 0x7f, 0x49, 0x92, 0x24, 0x49, 0x92, 0x24, + 0x10, 0x7f, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, 0xff, + 0x10, 0x7f, 0xb6, 0x6d, 0xdb, 0xb6, 0x6d, 0xdb, + }; static const struct texture rgba_texture = { 4, 4, 3, DXGI_FORMAT_R8G8B8A8_UNORM, @@ -3620,6 +3627,7 @@ static void test_texture(void) static const struct texture bc1_texture = {8, 8, 1, ...
When two line segments meet at a sharp angle and miter joins have been specified for stroke-linejoin, it is possible for the miter to extend far beyond the thickness of the line stroking the path. The stroke-miterlimit imposes a limit on the ratio of the miter length to the stroke-width. When the limit is exceeded, the join is converted from a miter to a bevel.
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instances, and the line segments that connect them. For example, you could use an polyline to represent a road or the path along which something moves.. You can add polyline shapes to the map by adding them to an ...
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Construct a new path object for use with path based webservice. The path is immediately validated before use, so any subclass constraints that affect this path need to be included in the subtypes hash.. This constructor is not meant to be used directly; rather, obtain Webservice::InterMine:Path objects from their respective Service objects via their ...
PUBLIC: To set the attribute method name. The method is invoked internally by TopLink to retrieve the value to store in the domain object. The method receives Record as its parameter and optionally Session, and should extract the value from the record to set into the object, but should not set the value on the object, only return it. ...
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The storied maker of decorative objects and high-quality giftware establishes a client-based distribution strategy based on facts.
An object information acquisition apparatus for acquiring information on the inside of an object includes an electromagnetic wave generation unit capable of outputting a terahertz wave and of changing the output intensity, an irradiation unit that irradiates an electromagnetic wave onto an object, a scanning unit and a detection unit that detects the electromagnetic wave irradiated onto the object. The scanning unit changes the relative positions of the irradiated electromagnetic wave and the object. The detection unit detects the electromagnetic wave transmitted through or reflected by the object as a result of interaction of the object and the electromagnetic wave.
Or, alternatively, the goal of the visual system is not to recover the "true" color; rather, color is encoded by a system that preferentially responds to the high spatial frequency content extracted from the image, and there is no process that infers the material property. We sometimes think the visual system infers the material property because the high-pass information (possibly carried by the spatially band-pass double-opponent cells in the cortex) remains constant and therefore has the same outcome as a putative cognitive function that estimates the material. Although such an approach seems to open new ways to consider individual differences, the predictions that it makes depend on the specification of the linking assumption that connects responses to high spatial frequency content to color perception. For instance, observers could differ in their perception of the dress because they differ in channel tuning (i.e., they differ in the amount of low spatial frequency attenuated; observers, in ...
The subjective perceptual change reported by the patient in the present study clearly suggests that electrical perturbation of human pFus-faces and mFus-faces (also referred to as FFA-1 and FFA-2, respectively; Pinsk et al., 2009) leads to selective distortion during the conscious visual perception of real faces. These findings provide evidence for the causal role of these fusiform face-selective regions in face perception, in agreement with studies in typical populations showing correlations between fMRI responses in these regions and behavioral measures of face perception (Tong et al., 1998; Hasson et al., 2001; Moutoussis and Zeki, 2002; Grill-Spector et al., 2004; Rotshtein et al., 2005).. As shown in the multimedia material online (Movie 1), the specificity of perceptual distortions in the appearance of real faces following electrical perturbation of mFus-faces and pFus-faces is particularly striking given that both ECoG and fMRI data in these regions show above baseline responses to ...
Facial recognition is a biometric technology which is used for authentication and identification of individuals, by comparing the facial features from an image with the existing database. Facial recognition is expected to witness robust growth during the forecast period due to its increasing usage in both law enforcement and non-law enforcement applications. Moreover, facial recognition is widely preferred over other biometric technologies such as voice recognition, skin texture recognition, iris recognition and fingerprint scanning among others, due to its non-contact process and easy deployment (using cameras and existing monitoring devices). The technology is predominantly used for security purposes, but is now gaining wide popularity for advertising and marketing, as it enables the companies to deliver targeted messages to the consumers.. Browse Full Report Visit - http://www.acutemarketreports.com/report/world-facial-recognition-market. Increasing crime rate across the world has persuaded ...
Similar to that of faces, visual processing of human bodies involves perceptual mechanisms distinct from those for processing other object categories. For example, the Body Inversion Effect (BIE; reduced visual discrimination performance for whole inverted bodies compared to whole upright bodies) is larger than inversion effects for other object categories, except for faces. This suggests that bodies are processed configurally; however, a robust BIE also exists for bodies without either arms or legs. Further, the importance of specific feature information, namely the head posture information, in the BIE has been indicated in reports of reduction or elimination of the BIE for whole bodies with fixed head position and for headless bodies. Through measurement of gaze patterns and investigation of the causal relation of fixation location to visual body discrimination performance, the present study reveals the joint contributions of body feature and configuration processing to visual body ...
CONTEXT: Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a severe psychiatric condition in which individuals are preoccupied with perceived appearance defects. Clinical observation suggests that patients with BDD focus on details of their appearance at the expense of configural elements. This study examines abnormalities in visual information processing in BDD that may underlie clinical symptoms. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether patients with BDD have abnormal patterns of brain activation when visually processing others faces with high, low, or normal spatial frequency information. DESIGN: Case-control study. SETTING: University hospital. PARTICIPANTS: Twelve right-handed, medication-free subjects with BDD and 13 control subjects matched by age, sex, and educational achievement. Intervention Functional magnetic resonance imaging while performing matching tasks of face stimuli. Stimuli were neutral-expression photographs of others faces that were unaltered, altered to include only high spatial frequency ...
CONTEXT: Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a severe psychiatric condition in which individuals are preoccupied with perceived appearance defects. Clinical observation suggests that patients with BDD focus on details of their appearance at the expense of configural elements. This study examines abnormalities in visual information processing in BDD that may underlie clinical symptoms. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether patients with BDD have abnormal patterns of brain activation when visually processing others faces with high, low, or normal spatial frequency information. DESIGN: Case-control study. SETTING: University hospital. PARTICIPANTS: Twelve right-handed, medication-free subjects with BDD and 13 control subjects matched by age, sex, and educational achievement. Intervention Functional magnetic resonance imaging while performing matching tasks of face stimuli. Stimuli were neutral-expression photographs of others faces that were unaltered, altered to include only high spatial frequency ...
When we see a human sitting down, standing up, or walking, we can recognise one of these poses independently of the individual, or we can recognise the individual person, independently of the pose. The same issues arise for deforming objects. For example, if we see a flag deformed by the wind, either blowing out or hanging languidly, we can usually recognise the flag, independently of its deformation; or we can recognise the deformation independently of the identity of the flag. We hypothesize that these types of recognition can be implemented by the primate visual system using temporo-spatial continuity as objects transform as a learning principle. In particular, we hypothesize that pose or deformation can be learned under conditions in which large numbers of different people are successively seen in the same pose, or objects in the same deformation. We also hypothesize that person-specific representations that are independent of pose, and object-specific representations that are independent of
Within the neural face-processing network, the right occipital face area (rOFA) plays a prominent role, and it has been suggested that it receives both feed-forward and re-entrant feedback from other face sensitive areas. Its functional role is less well understood and whether the rOFA is involved in the initial analysis of a face stimulus or in the detailed integration of different face properties remains an open question. The present study investigated the functional role of the rOFA with regard to different face properties (identity, expression, and gaze) using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Experiment 1 showed that the rOFA integrates information across different face properties: performance for the combined processing of identity and expression decreased after TMS to the rOFA, while no impairment was seen in gaze processing. In Experiment 2 we examined the temporal dynamics of this effect. We pinpointed the impaired integrative computation to 170 ms post stimulus presentation. Together
An improved apparatus and method for forming a three-dimensional object by planar deposition of forming materials includes containers for holding molten forming materials, mechanical piston or screw members in the containers for pressurizing the molten forming materials in each of the containers, and an adjustable planar nozzle mechanism coupled to the containers through which the pressurized molten forming materials flow to form variable width planar jets that are deposited in layers onto a substrate movable along three axes to form the three-dimensional object. The adjustable planar nozzle mechanism includes cooperating position controllable plates for forming a variable width planar nozzle opening. The edges of the planar nozzle opening are advantageously non-parallel at the ends of the nozzle opening to ensure uniform thickness of the deposited planar jets.
A device and method for the production of three-dimensional objects is disclosed. The device comprises a container (1), for a medium (2) and a three-dimensionally positionable dispenser (4), for delivery of a material (3), the addition of which to the medium (2) leads to the formation of solid structures in the medium (2). The addition of the material (3), by movement of the dispenser in the XYZ-directions on a platform (8), beneath the filling level of the first material (2) in the container (1) leads to the formation of three-dimensional objects.
The human visual system seems to be equipped with mechanisms to establish whether or not a two-dimensional image represents a view of a structurally possible three-dimensional object. An example is provided by the so-called impossible objects, first described by Penrose & Penrose [1]. These consist of two-dimensional figures at first perceived as representing a projection of a three-dimensional object, but then immediately and effortlessly recognized as an object that cannot actually exist in the form interpreted by the visual system.. Several local cues need to be integrated to detect global inconsistencies in structural information, allowing discrimination between possible and impossible objects; a long-standing debate exists as to the role played by experience with real three-dimensional objects in the development of these abilities [2,3].. Recently, Shuwairi et al. [4] reported that four-month-old infants can discriminate between structurally possible and impossible objects. However, four ...
The FBI by mid-January will start a facial recognition service in select states that will allow local police to identify unknown subjects in photos, reports Nextgov. Its part of a $1 billion dollar overhaul of the FBIs fingerprint database to identify suspects more quickly and accurately, partly through other biometric markers, such as iris scans and voice recordings. Often authorities will
Amodal categorization is the grouping of common stimuli independent of the modality of sensory input. Primates show behavioural signs of amodal categorization/cross-modal equivalence. When provided with an object to inspect haptically, apes and monkeys were able to generalize what they had learned to the visual modality (Davenport & Rogers 1970; Weiskrantz & Cowey 1975; Elliot 1977). In addition, when monkeys (or humans) were expected to categorize vocalizations, prior presentation of conceptually congruent images led to faster responses (Martin-Malivel & Fagot 2001). This demonstrates an independence of the perceptual attributes of a stimulus to categorization, something that should be incorporated more explicitly in the aforementioned models of object categorization.. We do not yet know the neural basis for amodal processing, and, indeed, there may be biases for some stimulus pairings across modality that are innate or biased early in development, and therefore are not consistent with other ...
(Medical Xpress)-The apparent ease and immediacy of human perception is deceptive, requiring highly complex neural operations to determine the category of objects in a visual scene. Nevertheless, the human brain is able ...
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Object detection is an enabling technology that plays a key role in many application areas, such as content based media retrieval. Attentive cognitive vision systems are here proposed where the focus of attention is directed towards the most relevant target. The most promising information is interpreted in a sequential process that dynamically makes use of knowledge and that enables spatial reasoning on the local object information. The presented work proposes an innovative application of attention mechanisms for object detection which is most general in its understanding of information and action selection. The attentive detection system uses a cascade of increasingly complex classifiers for the stepwise identification of regions of interest (ROIs) and recursively refined object hypotheses. While the most coarse classifiers are used to determine first approximations on a region of interest in the input image, more complex classifiers are used for more refined ROIs to give more confident ...
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Incorporating Supervision for Visual Recognition and Segmentation: Unsupervised algorithms which do not make use of labels are commonly found in computer vision
Rurals people development plays an importance role in a country. The analysis of status of social, commercial of Rurals people is very main status. By using this analysis, fill can the requirement space. So, the statuses of social, commercial of rural regions are analyzed by using partition method. The education, economic, age and kinds of job from Kong Thar village have been checked. So the development of it can be easily known and analyzed. Data mining approach has emerged in order to exploit require information from Kong Thar information. Clustering a subcomponent of data mining process is a process of partitioning a set of data objects (information) into a set of meaningful subclass, called Clusters. This paper proposes the approach for clustering of Kong Thar people by using K-mean method. If K-means method is used to cluster information with similarities it can provide the set of required information to the user ...
During search for multiple targets, individuals can efficiently prepare to select multiple target objects simultaneously, but the actual selection of those objects from the sensory input is limited.
In order to optimize the treatment of patients suffering from various eye diseases, the interpretation of SD-OCT scans is important. Therefore it is necessary to know which image structures in the scans are relevant in terms of the disease and disease progression and to be able to locate and extract these pathologies automatically and reproducibly in a wide range of scan qualities, as manual annotation is a time-consuming and complex procedure. For example, these automatic segmentations can then be used for prediction of visual acuity or optimal time span between treatments ...
modifies the plot produced by an LSMEANS statement with the PDIFF=ALL option (or just PDIFF, since ALL is the default argument). The ABS and NOABS options determine the positioning of the line segments in the plot. When the ABS option is in effect, and this is the default, all line segments are shown on the same side of the reference line. The NOABS option separates comparisons according to the sign of the difference. The CENTER option marks the center point for each comparison. This point corresponds to the intersection of two least squares means. The NOLINES option suppresses the display of the line segments that represent the confidence bounds for the differences of the least squares means. The NOLINES option implies the CENTER option. The default is to draw line segments in the upper portion of the plot area without marking the center point. ...
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