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In problems arising in the analysis of systems operating in an unknown or random environment, probability theory and statistical decision theory usually have been employed to obtain solutions. ... of and our goals in performing estimation and extrapolation. ... This is an example of data coming from an incompletely specified source. ...doi:10.1016/s0019-9958(76)90497-6 fatcat:q7e73ckz4rci3meu6mppwx4zoy
Seihaku Higuchi (Kyoto) Goldman, Joel 2297 An approach to estimation and extrapolation with possible applications in an incompletely specified environment. ... A. 2295 An equivalent linear model for marked and filtered doubly stochastic Poisson processes with application to MMSE linear estimation for synchronous m-ary optical data signals. IEEE Trans. Comm. ...
The estimated external and the unknown internal covariates constitute an incomplete covariate set which are then used and analyzed by the EBF network to provide survival information of the asset. ... No explicit extrapolation is needed for internal covariates while a Markov chain is constructed to represent the evolution of external covariates in the study. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT This paper was developed within the CRC for Infrastructure and Engineering Asset Management, established and supported under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centre Program ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.1060931 fatcat:45mg6nzudzdvzetd3tx4hpx6dy
One of the potential practical applications of our program is to test whether an evaluated child with incomplete growth (e.g., at age 4, 8, or 13) is growing "normally" or should be considered abnormal ... Currently, the application allows computing of the FPCA model and its derived estimates for one specified longitudinal series of body height measurements of an individua -only one case (child) can now ... The main object of his studies is the use of static and dynamic features of the human body in forensic anthropology, especially in virtual environment. ...doi:10.5817/ai2021-2-7 fatcat:6qhg6xlv2bdgpibaysiree6qr4
User-defined limits for the computation time can be guaranteed with an efficiency gain of up to factor three. ... Detection, penetration depth estimation and response are divided into atomic tasks. In case of an interruption, the algorithm basically resumes in the next time step. ... Acknowledgments We would like to thank Roman Engels for many fruitful discussions. Furthermore, this work has been supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) under contract number SFB/TR-8. ...doi:10.1002/cav.298 fatcat:7gr5mm4dszebfh65bdyigiolue
Environmental burden of disease estimates enable policy makers to evaluate, compare and prioritize dissimilar environmental health problems or interventions. ... We propose the use of an uncertainty typology to identify and characterize uncertainties. ... Furthermore, we are grateful to Bert Brunekreef, as well as to the reviewers, for useful comments and suggestions. ...doi:10.1186/1476-069x-8-21 pmid:19400963 pmcid:PMC2684742 fatcat:pm2k5eiglzh2zcsxflaejh4afy
However, in practice, estimating omnidirectional lighting can be challenging due to limitations such as partial panoramas of the rendering positions, and the inherent environment lighting and mobile user ... Centering the key idea of 3D vision, in this work, we design an edge-assisted framework called Xihe to provide mobile AR applications the ability to obtain accurate omnidirectional lighting estimation ... We use Xihe's session recorder to capture recordings when the user is interacting with our reference AR application in an indoor environment. ...arXiv:2106.15280v1 fatcat:qcphyrlfejazlesq4wq5wkuoxm
The proposed approach, based on a frequency domain description of an input design, as in earlier works on ex- periment design for lumped parameter systems, is shown to be fruitful. ... With this method it is possible to design classes of admissible fil- ters, including filters of order higher than the order of the equation specifying the process. ...
In order to make learning environments more efficient, researchers have been exploring the possibility of an automatic adaptation of the learning environment to the learner or the context. ... Therefore, we discussed the two main challenges associated with IRT application in such learning environments: the challenge of the data set and the challenge of the algorithm. ... In this paper, we wanted to identify associated problems and suggested solutions based on the literature on testing and learning environments, whether they were IRT-based or not. ...doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2010.00368.x fatcat:cwqllefbcjbgree6lsqcl76cv4
Nanoparticle usage and protection measures in the manufacturing industry: a representative survey. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 7(4):224-232, 2010. ... ABSTRACT Background: Addressing the risks of nanoparticles requires knowledge about release into the environment and occupational exposure. ... Knowing that 84.1% of Swiss production companies are SUVA clients (KSUV), a direct extrapolation was made to obtain estimates for all Swiss companies with an extrapolation factor of 1.19 applied to all ...doi:10.1080/15459621003609127 pmid:20155559 fatcat:22wr74aatfa4dhpgjeu2mpo6oi
In this perspective, we quantify and compare how species-richness accommodation proceeds in two major taxonomic groups, Bivalves and Gastropods respectively, both belonging to a same molluscan community ... So that, concretely, each community requires a specific analysis, in order to disentangle and quantify the respective contributions of the niche-diversification and the intensity of interspecific-competition ... The second possibility can be exploited, here, with a same environment (Caulerpa beds) and two different kinds of communities in this same environment (Gastropods and Bivalves groups). ...doi:10.9734/ajee/2021/v14i430214 fatcat:4ii5yclqz5f4paditd5al7n3de
Management systems and environments have and will continue to change; hence, it is vital that genetic evaluations are as robust and scope-appropriate as is possible in order to optimize animal adaptation ... For example, estimating haplotype effects from the data of a single reference population does not bode well for the use of WGS in other diverse environments since the scope of inference is too narrow; ... ") and the rate of divergence in genetic merit with improving environments. ...doi:10.1590/s1516-35982010001300029 fatcat:nsnxxqns4rcqtmyafmvevxawg4
As the scientific basis for uncertainty factor application has improved, default uncertainty factors are now used only in the absence of chemical-specific data, and the trend is to replace them with chemical-specific ... Five key uncertainties that are often examined include interspecies variability in response when extrapolating from animal studies to humans, response variability in humans, uncertainty in estimating a ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS T he authors thank the following for their helpful comments and suggestions on earlier drafts: Ed Sargent, Linda Schenk, Paul Schulte, and Christine Sofge. ...doi:10.1080/15459624.2015.1060325 pmid:26097979 pmcid:PMC4643360 fatcat:hrwmemmqwzbctkcmmett7lfqhq
Signal Processing, Sensor Fusion, and Target Recognition VII
track to reduce its kinematic uncertainty to a specified level, and to reduce the uncertainty about a target's identity as both a specific information gain in identification and capitalize on that ID ... in order to insure that tracks are maintained, areas of uncertainty are searched, and important targets identified. ... That is, it makes an optimal decision based on an imperfect and incomplete model of the actual sensors, but in doing so, it reduces the optimization to one which is manageable and calculable in real time ...doi:10.1117/12.327120 fatcat:vceaj5wtbrae5npnwajtktmjv4
In this paper, we propose extending Cook's notion of an independent variable hull (IVH), developed originally for application with linear regression models, to generalized regression models as a way to ... We also demonstrate the utility of the gIVH in diagnosing problematic extrapolations when estimating the relative abundance of ribbon seals in the Bering Sea as a function of predictive covariates. ... For many such generalizations, it is possible to specify the μ i as where X aug denotes an augmented design matrix, and β aug denote an augmented vector of parameters. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141416 pmid:26496358 pmcid:PMC4619888 fatcat:4mbzg43okbh6xbnblffi6xk4iu
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