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*  Béla Julesz
Much of his research focused on physiological psychology topics including depth perception and pattern recognition within the ... When these patterns were viewed one to each eye via a stereoscope, the subset of dots appeared to be at a different depth from ... In 1959, Julesz created the random-dot stereogram using pairs of random dot patterns that were identical except for slight ... Julesz, B. (1962). "Visual Pattern Discrimination". IRE Transactions on Information Theory. 8 (2): 84-92. doi:10.1109/TIT. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (F02)
... pattern recognition, physiological MeSH F02.463.593.524.500 --- pattern recognition, visual MeSH F02.463.593.603 --- perceptual ... pattern recognition, visual MeSH F02.463.593.932.869.794 --- size perception MeSH F02.463.593.959 --- weight perception MeSH ... pattern recognition, visual MeSH F02.463.593.932.677 --- perceptual closure MeSH F02.463.593.932.733 --- perceptual masking ... recognition (psychology) MeSH F02.463.425.540.772 --- retention (psychology) MeSH F02.463.425.575 --- neurolinguistic ...
*  Irfan Essa
"Detecting and tracking eyes by using their physiological properties, dynamics, and appearance." In Computer Vision and Pattern ... "Auto-directed video stabilization with robust L1 optimal camera paths." In Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2011 ... "Motion regularization for model-based head tracking." In Pattern Recognition, 1996., Proceedings of the 13th International ... "Efficient hierarchical graph-based video segmentation." In Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2010 IEEE Conference ...
*  Anastasios Venetsanopoulos
Thus, face recognition is transformed to a multivariate statistical pattern recognition problem. Although the embedding is high ... Face and gait are two typical physiological and behavioral biometrics respectively. Venetsanopoulos has contributed to both ... Similar to appearance-based face recognition, appearance-based gait recognition approach considers gait as a holistic pattern ... Face and gait recognition belong to the field of biometrics, a very active area of research in the computer vision and pattern ...
*  Logical security
Behavioral aspects that are used include signature recognition, gait recognition, speaker recognition and typing pattern ... Physiological aspects that are used include fingerprints, eye retinas and irises, voice patterns, facial patterns, and hand ... When a user registers with the system which he/she will attempt to access later, one or more of his/her physiological ... Biometrics authentication is the measuring of a user's physiological or behavioral features to attempt to confirm his/her ...
*  Non-peptidic antigen
Antigen recognition by human γδ T cells: pattern recognition by the adaptive immune system. Springer Semin Immunopathol. 2000; ... whether IPP represents a physiological 'danger' signal of stressed or transformed cells is still unclear. Of pharmacological ... thereby questioning their physiological relevance. Morita CT, Mariuzza RA, Brenner MB. ...
*  E-selectin
Janeway's Immunobiology, 8th edition: "pattern recognition by cells of the innate immunity system", chapter 3 page 83. Nicolson ... News in Physiological Sciences. 15: 107-113. PMID 11390891. Wang HH, Qiu H, Qi K, Orr FW (2005). "Current views concerning the ... after cytokine recognition, for E-selectin to be expressed on the endothelial cell's surface. Maximal expression of E-selectin ...
*  Affective computing
Vocal parameters and prosodic features such as pitch variables and speech rate can be analyzed through pattern recognition ... The three main physiological signs that can be analyzed are blood volume pulse, galvanic skin response, facial electromyography ... Steidl, Stefan (5 March 2011). "FAU Aibo Emotion Corpus". Pattern Recognition Lab. Scherer 2010, p. 243 Caridakis, G.; ... Speech Recognition and Understanding, Dec 2001 Neiberg, D; Elenius, K; Laskowski, K (2006). "Emotion recognition in spontaneous ...
*  Cocktail party effect
Instead, information on the unattended stream is passed through a secondary filter after pattern recognition. If the unattended ... According to Kahneman, attention is generally determined by arousal; a general state of physiological activity. The Yerkes- ... Cherry, E. Colin (1953). "Some Experiments on the Recognition of Speech, with One and with Two Ears" (PDF). The Journal of the ...
*  N-Formylmethionine
Immunology at MCG 1/phagstep "The Innate Immune System: Pattern-Recognition Receptors, Antigen-Nonspecific Antimicrobial Body ... fMet-containing oligopeptides and proteins also function in other physiological and pathological responses. Formyl peptide ...
*  Rosalind Picard
Pattern Recognition, Volume 30, No. 4, pp. 565-581, 1997. (Winner of 1997 Pattern Recognition Society Award) B. Kort, R. Reilly ... Her team showed that physiological changes in the emotion system could help identify seizures that might be life-threatening. ... 1984 IAPR Pattern Recognition Society Best Paper Prize (with Tom Minka) 1991 GA Tech College of Engineering "Outstanding Young ... pattern recognition, and wearable computers. Picard's former students include Steve Mann, professor and researcher in wearable ...
*  Jeffrey Owen Katz
... including neural network pattern recognition and the ability to generate 3-D images of the electrical potentials across the ... as well as designed and built low noise instrumentation for a variety of psycho physiological and physical experiments. In 1989 ...
*  Computer science in sport
Specific examples are modeling as well as simulation, but also pattern recognition, design, and (sports) data mining. As ... physiological) Simulation (interactive, animation etc.) Presentation Based on the fields from above, the main areas of research ...
*  C-reactive protein
It is not related to C-peptide (insulin) or protein C (blood coagulation). C-reactive protein was the first pattern recognition ... Its physiological role is to bind to lysophosphatidylcholine expressed on the surface of dead or dying cells (and some types of ... "The physiological structure of human C-reactive protein and its complex with phosphocholine". Structure. 7 (2): 169-77. doi: ...
*  Formica rufa
This could be due to a variety of factors such as changes in physiological effect or changes in resource levels. The ants in ... If the worker ant is brought up in the absence of cocoons, it will show neither recognition nor nursing behaviour. Both types ... Most likely, the territory changes based on foraging patterns influenced by seasonal changes. Ants recognize their nestmates ... Failure in recognition causes the colony integrity to decay. Heavy metals accumulated through the environment alter the ...
*  Emil Kraepelin
Thus, Kraepelin's system is a method for pattern recognition, not grouping by common symptoms. Kraepelin also demonstrated ... but a specific pattern of symptoms. In the absence of a direct physiological or genetic test or marker for each disease, it is ... One of the cardinal principles of his method was the recognition that any given symptom may appear in virtually any one of ... He also reported a pattern to the course and outcome of these conditions. Kraepelin believed that schizophrenia had a ...
*  Transplant rejection
Cell debris can be recognized as damage associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) by pattern recognition receptors (PRRs), such as ... Pigs are especially likely sources for xenotransplants, chosen for the anatomical and physiological characteristics they share ...
*  Gabor filter
It has also been applied for facial expression recognition Gabor filters have also been widely used in pattern analysis ... Journal of Physiological Measurements. 35 (12): 2415-2428. doi:10.1088/0967-3334/35/12/2415. MATLAB code for Gabor filters and ... Peeta Basa Pati and A. G. Ramakrishnan, "Word Level Multi-script Identification," Pattern Recognition Letters, Vol. 29, pp. ... The Gabor space is very useful in image processing applications such as optical character recognition, iris recognition and ...
*  Cellular Inhibitor of Apoptosis Protein 1
"Cellular inhibitors of apoptosis cIAP1 and cIAP2 are required for innate immunity signaling by the pattern recognition ... regulation and physiological functions". Endocr. Rev. 22 (2): 153-83. doi:10.1210/er.22.2.153. PMID 11294822. CS1 maint: ...
*  Visual acuity
ISBN 0-7506-9895-0. Strasburger, Rentschler, Jüttner (2011). "Peripheral vision and pattern recognition: a review". Journal of ... This ultimately forms the physiological basis of binocular vision. The tracts project to a relay station in the midbrain called ... will usually result in a severe and permanent decrease in visual acuity and pattern recognition in the affected eye if not ... The patterns become finer and finer until the evoked brain wave just disappears, which is considered to be the endpoint measure ...
*  Hava Siegelmann
Ben-Hur,, A.; Horn, D.; Siegelmann, H.T.; Vapnik, V. (2000). "A support vector clustering method". Pattern Recognition, 2000. ... Yasuhiro Fukushima; Makoto Yoneyama; Minoru Tsukada; Ichiro Tsuda; Yutaka Yamaguti; Shigeru Kuroda (2008). "Physiological ... even under physiological challenges (e.g., by repairing the primary source, activating secondary pathways, or inserting ...
*  Recognition memory
Used to assess recognition memory based on the pattern of yes-no responses. This is one of the simplest forms of testing for ... He rather briefly refers to the physiological correlates of this mechanism as having to do with the cortex but does not go into ... which have also been implicated in recognition memory. Gustatory recognition memory, or the recognition of taste, is correlated ... For these species], recognition of individual body odors is analogous to human face recognition in that it provides information ...
*  Spondin 2
... an integrin ligand and pattern recognition molecule". The EMBO Journal. 28 (3): 286-97. doi:10.1038/emboj.2008.288. PMC 2637340 ... Physiological Genomics. 25 (1): 9-15. doi:10.1152/physiolgenomics.00121.2005. PMID 16368877. Kong A, Thorleifsson G, Stefansson ...
*  Ernst Terhardt
... in a process analogous to pattern recognition in vision. The output of this stage is a set of virtual pitches that correspond ... we must not jump to conclusions about the relationship between them and their physiological (physical) foundations in the ear ... auditory spectral analysis and harmonic pitch pattern recognition. In the first stage, the inner ear (cochlea and basilar ... The output of this first stage is called a spectral pitch pattern, when it is determined by psychoacoustic experiments in which ...
*  Transcomputational problem
... theorem proving and pattern recognition all seem to point in the same direction: These problems are tough. There does not seem ... This has some relevance in the physiological studies of the retina. The retina contains about a million light-sensitive cells. ... Altogether there are kn color patterns, where n = q2. The problem of determining the best classification of the patterns, ... according to some chosen criterion, may be solved by a search through all possible color patterns. For two colors, such a ...
*  Cycadales
Thus, the distribution pattern of cycad species with latitude appears to be an artifact of the geographical isolation of cycad ... physiological and phytochemical data. The number of species in the clade is low compared to the number in most other plant ... species recognition and classification concepts in the cycadaceae", In: Walters, T. & Osborne, R. (eds), Cycad Classification: ... This pattern reflects the pressures on species in these regions. At least two species, Encephalartos woodii and Encephalartos ...