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A Discrete Model for Color Naming

G. Menegaz, A. Le Troter, J. Sequeira, J. M. Boi
2006 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
In this paper, we propose a discrete model for computational color categorization and naming.  ...  The discrete model consists of a three-dimensional Delaunay triangulation of the CIELAB color space which associates each OSA-UCS sample to a vertex of a 3D tetrahedron.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank Professor Hubert Ripoll for his hints and stimulating discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/29125 fatcat:qybyupbqmbh73hydyb7qbz6nzu

Modeling individual differences in text reading fluency: a different pattern of predictors for typically developing and dyslexic readers

Pierluigi Zoccolotti, Maria De Luca, Chiara V. Marinelli, Donatella Spinelli
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
Subsequently, a third factor was added to the model, i.e., naming of discrete digits.  ...  The model prediction was higher (from ca. 37 to 52% of the explained variance) when we included the naming of discrete digits variable, which had a suppressive effect on pseudo-word reading.  ...  Claudio Barbaranelli, Kim Nimon and Silvia Primativo for their advice and help with the statistical analyses, Maria Pontillo for help in data collection, and Claire Montagna for the linguistic revision  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01374 pmid:25477856 pmcid:PMC4235379 fatcat:fvdnumiosvapbmciz4fideu57y

Communicating artificial neural networks develop efficient color-naming systems

Rahma Chaabouni, Eugene Kharitonov, Emmanuel Dupoux, Marco Baroni
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Like human languages, emergent systems show a preference for relatively low-complexity solutions, even at the cost of imperfect communication.  ...  The observed variation among emergent color-naming systems is explained by different degrees of discriminative need, of the sort that might also characterize different human communities.  ...  We thank Emmanuel Chemla, Thomas Brochhagen, Roger Levy, Louise McNally, Rachid Riad, Noga Zaslavsky, the PNAS reviewers, and, especially, Gemma Boleda and Diane Bouchacourt for feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2016569118 pmid:33723064 fatcat:evprhe4zjbacna2v7ws47seuz4

Learning of Colors from Color Names: Distribution and Point Estimation [article]

Lyndon White, Roberto Togneri, Wei Liu, Mohammed Bennamoun
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Color names are often made up of multiple words.  ...  dark orange", for example.  ...  Kawakami et al. (2016) uses a character sequence based model, rather than a word sequence model, which is inline with the very small amount of training data for each color name they have.  ... 
arXiv:1709.09360v3 fatcat:wul3a45sqrcetg5yi7qwluhzn4

An Improved Modeling Method Based on Colored Petri Net

Wang Chun-jian, Liu Yong-zhi, Xiao Fan
2012 Physics Procedia  
A kind of method named multi-grade colored Petri net had been proposed in order to analyze the complex system. For the first time, this new method was used to analyze a training simulator system.  ...  This model can reflect the complex environments of the system accurately and avoid the difficulty when use classical research approach to develop accurate mathematics model.  ...  Colored Petri net defines a token color set for each place, and define an action color set for each transition in the net.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.phpro.2012.02.168 fatcat:5vyqykoebbdapfb7bjaqpddzpm

Energy Aware Color Sets

Johnson Chuang, Daniel Weiskopf, Torsten Möller
2009 Computer graphics forum (Print)  
One is based on a set of discrete user-named (categorical) colors, which are analyzed according to their energy consumption.  ...  We present a design technique for colors with the purpose of lowering the energy consumption of the display device. Our approach is based on a screen space variant energy model.  ...  A discrete color map is a one-to-one mapping of discrete data values to color, and is often used for the visualization of nominal (categorical) data.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8659.2009.01359.x fatcat:nl4apwpacjcnhmdehgipebh4mu

CoRe: Color Regression for Multicolor Fashion Garments [article]

Alexandre Rame, Arthur Douillard, Charles Ollion
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Existing approaches are classification-based and thus cannot go beyond the list of discrete predefined color names.  ...  That's why in addition to a first color classifier, we include a second regression stage for refinement in our newly proposed architecture.  ...  RGB of the predicted discrete color name.  ... 
arXiv:2010.02849v2 fatcat:rgxz65dz65b6boh33zwjgx2bje

Appearance features in Encoding Color Space for visual surveillance

Lingxiang Wu, Min Xu, Guibo Zhu, Jinqiao Wang, Tianrong Rao
2018 Neurocomputing  
For object track-25 ing, Danelljan et al. [17] utilized color names as feature representation, and proved that color attributes provides superior performance for object tracking.  ...  Appearance Modeling A lot of efforts have been devoted on designing a representative feature descriptor [16, 15, 24, 2] . In [16] , Farenzena et al.  ...  Thus, color plays a crucial role in appearance modeling. When representing colors, illumination variation is a challenge we should not ignore.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2018.04.019 fatcat:bwydl6wti5dhdlcrzy4n2i3lju

Additive Factors Do Not Imply Discrete Processing Stages: A Worked Example Using Models of the Stroop Task

Tom Stafford, Kevin N. Gurney
2011 Frontiers in Psychology  
Further, our modeling work suggests that information binding may be a more important architectural property for producing additive factors than discrete stages.  ...  We present computational modeling work, using an existing Parallel Distributed Processing model of the Stroop task (Cohen et al., 1990 ) and a standard model of decision making (Ratcliff, 1978) .  ...  spell out the names of colors.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00287 pmid:22102842 pmcid:PMC3214734 fatcat:c46a244zhzaebouaica4o2i2hq

Effects of preliminary information in a Go versus No-go task

Jeff Miller, Roland Schäffer, Steven A. Hackley
1991 Acta Psychologica  
use the phrases 'continuous models' and 'discrete models' as short-hand for models with relatively continuous and discrete transmission, respectively.  ...  recognition is finished, a question relevant to the controversy between discrete and continuous models.  ...  In this model information transmission occurs by means of discrete mental codes for stimulus attributes such as letter name, color, or size.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0001-6918(91)90022-r pmid:1927576 fatcat:mptpsfnamvh5nlwrgcuk7t44xu

Developmental Changes in the Relations Between RAN, Phonological Awareness, and Reading in Spanish Children

Cristina Rodríguez, Madelon van den Boer, Juan E. Jiménez, Peter F. de Jong
2015 Scientific Studies of Reading  
Therefore, in contrast to most previous studies, we used discrete reading tasks. Serial RAN tasks for objects, colors, digits, and letters were included.  ...  A similar result was reported by Vaessen and Blomert (2010) for a sample of Dutch children.  ...  Two models were tested, one for the alphanumeric RAN tasks letters and digits, and a similar model for the nonalphanumeric RAN tasks objects and colors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10888438.2015.1025271 fatcat:7uhzh36ghfhflp2vlxs6urnwke

Task format modulates the relationship between reading ability and Stroop interference

Laoura Ziaka, Dimitra Skoteinou, Athanassios Protopapas
2022 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance  
A direct link between interference and the speed of inhibition of the task-irrelevant dimension (i.e., word) has been proposed to explain this relationship.  ...  to name the same items in a discrete task.  ...  in discrete naming tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1037/xhp0000964 pmid:35143252 fatcat:fexxfpipsray5nnlpvwjrw7qse

A reinforcement-learning approach to efficient communication

Mikael Kågebäck, Emil Carlsson, Devdatt Dubhashi, Asad Sayeed, Shiri Lev-Ari
2020 PLoS ONE  
These results suggest that RL offers a powerful and flexible computational framework that can contribute to the development of communication schemes for color names that are near-optimal in an information-theoretic  ...  sense and may shape color-naming systems across languages.  ...  In addition, recent work [4, 5] argues that color categories in language should support efficient communication. Color naming models.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0234894 pmid:32667959 fatcat:4r5xhwqkkbgfhihflcjn5gbbda

Small bowel tumors detection in capsule endoscopy by Gaussian modeling of Color Curvelet Covariance coefficients

M M Martins, D J Barbosa, J Ramos, C S Lima
2010 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology  
Second order statistics are then computed in the HSV color space and named Color Curvelet Covariance (3C) coefficients. Finally, these coefficients are modeled by a Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM).  ...  Texture descriptors are derived from selected scales of the Discrete Curvelet Transform (DCT).  ...  Once a model is generated, conditional probabilities can be computed for textural descriptors [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iembs.2010.5626780 pmid:21096477 fatcat:ccdficqeefelbgegm5d4zwr3v4

Traviando - Debugging Simulation Traces with Message Sequence Charts

Peter Kemper, Carsten Tepper
2006 Third International Conference on the Quantitative Evaluation of Systems - (QEST'06)  
The ProC/B toolset is a modeling framework for logistic models that follows the common process-interaction approach for discrete event simulation modeling.  ...  The APNN toolbox is a Petri net oriented modeling framework that provides qualitative analyis based on model checking as well as discrete event simulation of timed models and Markov chain analysis for  ...  The ProC/B toolset is a modeling framework for logistic models that follows the common process-interaction approach for discrete event simulation modeling.  ... 
doi:10.1109/qest.2006.58 dblp:conf/qest/KemperT06 fatcat:tpma67bkfvai5ne2nv36gkyheu
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