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Identification of Caused Motion Construction

Jena D. Hwang, Martha Palmer
2015 Proceedings of the Fourth Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics  
This research describes the development of a supervised classifier of English Caused Motion Constructions (CMCs) (e.g. The goalie kicked the ball into the field).  ...  Consistent identification of CMCs is a necessary step to a correct interpretation of semantics for sentences where the verb does not conform to the expected semantics of the verb (e.g.  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/s15-1006 dblp:conf/starsem/HwangP15 fatcat:lskq6jal6bcjxd2ueg3kw3mv6m

Study on Noise Reduction and Data Generation for sEMG Spectrogram Based User Recognition

Jae-Myeong Kim, Min-Gu Kim, Sung-Bum Pan
2022 Applied Sciences  
However, it is difficult to constantly and repeatedly acquire each motion signal and the number of repetitions for each motion is insufficient, thus there is a limit to improving user identification accuracy  ...  Therefore, a user identification method with less risk of theft and hacking is required.  ...  For user identification, sEMG data are first constructed. sEMG data consist of muscle and motion data to be used.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12147276 fatcat:p3w6haw3ivedphhvtmv7ucbbui

Motion-based analysis for construction workers using biomechanical methods

Xincong YANG, Yantao YU, Heng LI, Xiaochun LUO, Fenglai WANG
2017 Frontiers of Engineering Management  
Therefore, it is essential to construct an effective approach that maps the external and internal causes to realize the non-intrusive identification of safety and health risks.  ...  Sustaining awkward postures and overexertion are common factors in construction industry that result in work-related injuries of workers.  ...  construction motions.  ... 
doi:10.15302/j-fem-2017004 fatcat:peoyjimagbfcxas5nrlr4su2vy

Motion, identity and the bias toward agency

Chris Fields
2014 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
requirements of object re-identification over gaps in observation of more than a few seconds.  ...  system, that replace agents with mechanisms as causes of unobserved changes in contextual or featural properties of objects.  ...  The construction of FCHs requires the representation of unobserved causes; hence the only causes that can be represented by FCHs constructed to re-identify objects prior to the development of an understanding  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00597 pmid:25191245 pmcid:PMC4140166 fatcat:2pxb2aolyrhtlb7vvi3lndeadi

Do autism spectrum disorders involve a generalized object categorization and identification dysfunction?

Chris Fields
2012 Medical Hypotheses  
to support correct object re-identification over time and hence to support social bonding, language learning, and the development of general life skills.  ...  cortex during the initial period of experience-dependent category learning in early infancy could lead to the construction of object categories dominated by trajectory information as opposed to feature  ...  It is hypothesized that such disruption of object re-identification across extended gaps in observation, if initiated in early infancy, would be sufficient to cause the functional and behavioral phenotypes  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2012.05.032 pmid:22703905 fatcat:5qvbo7km7rejvmaiedhplh3ze4

Page 33 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 126, Issue 1 [page]

2000 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Manufacturing and construction factors were ruled out as damage causes be- cause all the pipes—except for Pipes 5W, 6W, 22, and 26— were manufactured and constructed to similar standards (e.g., Standard  ...  Traces of Velocity in Horizontal and Vertical Planes Re- corded at Seven Stations during 1994 Northridge Earthquake (Refer to Table 5 and Fig. 1 for Station Identification) Causes of Damage Five potential  ... 

Numerical identification of the overhead travelling crane's dynamic factor caused by lifting the load off the ground

Damian Gąska, Jerzy Margielewicz, Tomasz Haniszewski, Tomasz Matyja, Łukasz Konieczny, Przemysław Chróst
2015 Journal of Measurements in Engineering  
The aim of this study is the formulation of a phenomenological model of an overhead travelling crane enabling the identification of dynamic factors caused by lifting the load off the ground.  ...  In steel constructions, as a result of load pick up from the ground, vibrations of various degrees of intensity are induced, which should be included in crane design.  ...  The work of the crane drives and mechanisms often generates an intermittent motion, which causes induction of the dynamic loads [1, 2] .  ... 
doaj:722312bac0a84dad83cac15db438bb3b fatcat:63sbdnrkibaxzdqorvf5xnh73y

How humans solve the frame problem

Chris Fields
2013 Journal of experimental and theoretical artificial intelligence (Print)  
An analysis of both the phenomenology and neurocognitive implementation of object re-identification is used to show that in humans, all of the information architecturally available to solve the frame problem  ...  In the case of human beings, this assumption is false; humans dedicate considerable cognitive resources to object re-identification.  ...  Acknowledgment Thanks to Eric Dietrich for almost 30 years of discussions around the frame problem.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0952813x.2012.741624 fatcat:eqx5rjc3urchjg5kpqlfctt4de

Spatial-Temporal Reasoning Based on Object Motion

M.K. Teal, T.J. Ellis
1996 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 1996  
This paper describes the continuing development of a system for tracking multiple man made objects, (typically vehicles) moving in a natural open world scene, where the detected motion is used to construct  ...  a structural representation of the scene.  ...  These motion cues form regions of interest (ROI) within the image and focus the attention of the target identification and tracking process.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.10.57 dblp:conf/bmvc/TealE96 fatcat:veeojc2qerfujedhay2i6gyvfu

Application of Lean Production/Construction to Reduce Waste in Pipe Gas Construction (Case Study of Semare-Tie in KM 19 Pipa Porong Grati Gas Development Project PT Pertamina Gas)

Taufik Widayat, Bambang Syairudin
2019 IPTEK Journal of Proceedings Series  
This study was conducted to see the suitability of the lean construction approach on the EPC project of gas pipeline installation.  ...  The dominant root cause of the problem is the engineering contract form (a lump-sum engineering contract) and company policy as the reference to identify the contract form itself.  ...  Construction Incompetence sub-contractor 12 Construction Construction Work incident 13 Construction Construction Lack of resources 14 Construction Construction Work result under specification  ... 
doi:10.12962/j23546026.y2019i5.6353 fatcat:hz66mx6iajbi3fngujcizn6hny

Break Verbs in Caused-motion Construction

Xiaorong Xia
2012 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
Break verbs encoding change of state can appear in caused-motion construction, however.  ...  From a connectionist view with the framework of conceptual frame, an indirect connection between break verbs and the caused-motion schema can be established, and verbs occur in the construction as a result  ...  break in caused-motion construction needs the construal of extensions.  ... 
doi:10.4304/tpls.2.11.2330-2335 fatcat:3cj7vg4ghzgbbedtg6njo6vqbq

Two-stage parametric identification procedure to predict satellite orbital motion

Oksana Sergeevna Chernikova, Yuliya Sergeevna Chetvertakova
2022 International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS)  
<span>The paper presents a new step-by-step procedure for constructing a navigation satellite motion model.  ...  The obtained results lead to significant improvement of prediction quality of the satellite trajectory.</span>  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and Huawei Russian Research Center.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v12i5.pp5348-5354 fatcat:k5qlw3xbaza65abni7osy26c2i

Lexical decomposition of English Spatial Particles and their Subsumption in Motion Constructions

Ignasi Navarro
2011 Language Value  
Secondly, we illustrate and discuss several LTs with the purpose of exploring spatial particle subsumption constraints with constructions such as caused motion and intransitive motion, as well as the types  ...  We conclude that spatial particles contribute meaning to the extent that they partially determine the type of Aktionsart of the verb licensed by the motion construction.  ...  Secondly, we discuss the semantic contribution of spatial particles to motion constructions, more precisely, to the Intransitive Motion Construction and the Caused Motion Construction.  ... 
doi:10.6035/languagev.2011.3.6 fatcat:mlqo2glju5abhi6pf6gaavxjpu

Active faults crossing trunk pipeline routes: some important steps to avoid disaster

V. M. Besstrashnov, A. L. Strom
2011 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
</strong> Assessment of seismic strong motion hazard produced by earthquakes originating within causative fault zones allows rather low accuracy of localisation of these structures that can be provided  ...  This differentiation requires strict definition of what can be classified as "active fault" and the normalisation of methods used for identification and localisation of active faults crossing oil and natural  ...  In the case of strong motion caused by seismic waves that may affect dozens of kilometres of pipeline route, we deal with "causative faults" -neotectonic structures with which sources of shallow-focus  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-11-1433-2011 fatcat:trvvuw4mcbhxzpjtuf6ymdfooq


Takashi HIRAI
2017 Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)  
To extract the characteristic element of original wave including the pulse-like ground motion causing the permanent displacement, a wavelet set defined as the linear combination of basic wavelets is used  ...  A new method of permanent displacement estimation and simplification of seismic ground motion is developed.  ...  S.: Extraction method of sinusoidal waves from earthquake ground motion to simplify the motion, Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering (Transaction of AIJ), Vol.81, No.727, pp.1435-1442, PERMANENT  ... 
doi:10.3130/aijs.82.1547 fatcat:zvbw5y6l5nawpf4e6zoftwprma
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