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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Our features make it possible to learn a discriminative model of activity in one view, and spot that activity in another view, for which one might poses no labeled examples at all. ... methods , or learn in 3D and recognize in 2D  . ... Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank David Forsyth for his insightful comments and helpful discussions. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88682-2_13 fatcat:pby4eyub7vg3hcxcl5uumonigq
Journal of Turkish Science Education
A survey was applied to 145 science teachers and 415 students of the last year of secondary school, who answered to 14 multiple choice questions. ... views. ... Correct answers were valued with 1 point, wrong answers with -1 point and neutral answers (I do not know) with 0 points. ...doi:10.12973/tused.10148a fatcat:oxe57s4dbbhyfgcw7uhd5x6ela
The sales process/cycle were described from the point of view of creating added value instead of waste. The lean concepts were transposed at the level of sales process and sales cycle. ... Purpose – The aim of this work is to investigate the possibility to implement the lean methodology in sales. ... From the point of view of sales cycle, the weak aspect was at pre-sale activity. Majority of interviewed salesmen recognized that they do not put much effort in searching potential customers. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.6556526 fatcat:mbttmiyk6je35oag4th5lnjpxi
Scholarship of teaching and learning was viewed as the key element leading to the formation of a team approach to a scholarship of teaching and learning project within a group that had traditionally pursued ... Scholarship of teaching and learning was viewed as the key element leading to the formation of a team approach to a scholarship of teaching and learning project within a group that had traditionally pursued ... from the more narrow views of scholarship specific to our individual disciplines. ...doi:10.20429/ijsotl.2008.020218 fatcat:3vf2medvdvdlnovc2au6eumr5q
better feedback from learners by improving on the quality of class room dialogue. ... The author further shield light on the implications of assessment to teaching and learning with the main idea that, where assessment is implemented effectively, it raises standard of achievement across ... From the above therefore, the assessment of teaching and learning can be viewed as two complementary and overlapping activities that aim to benefit both the quality of student learning and the professional ...doi:10.18052/www.scipress.com/ilshs.19.28 fatcat:hvwxfvd3dnguthxffkw3t4oh24
better feedback from learners by improving on the quality of class room dialogue. ... The author further shield light on the implications of assessment to teaching and learning with the main idea that, where assessment is implemented effectively, it raises standard of achievement across ... From the above therefore, the assessment of teaching and learning can be viewed as two complementary and overlapping activities that aim to benefit both the quality of student learning and the professional ...doi:10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n9p133 fatcat:4xh5xck3p5fhzffyfvqyh5c73u
The tests will use Hebbian learning, Oja's Hebbian modification and pseudo-inverse, which proves to be most promising training algorithm. ... In this paper I will try to implement three of the most popular ones and compare their effectiveness by trying to recognize various patterns consisting of binary input arrays. ... The mutation stopped, when there was no clear letter visible from human's point of view. ...doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.12.205 fatcat:gytodza4pff6dgan6m6a56vkli
To learn the optimal action, this algorithm makes use of a boosting method to find the best sequence across the multi-views. ... Then it exploits the relation between the different view points using the Adaboost algorithm. ... 'moving to the 45 o view point relative to its current view point'. ...doi:10.1109/iccvw.2009.5457643 dblp:conf/iccvw/JiaCC09 fatcat:p5wwwfpjzran7nzizoxaaouyum
What is hard is to unlearn when you discover yourself wrong." i As we undertake a journey through the profession let us do it with a willingness to learn from evidence that is suitable for the issue. ... A good starting point is to recognize that "I" am correct only when the evidence substantiates my position. ...doi:10.18438/b8m01q fatcat:skxokkmclrd6jc75th5hc5g6zm
The brain actively represents incoming information, but these representations are only useful to the extent that they flexibly reflect changes in the environment. ... We used a novel method to derive transformations between the brain activity evoked by an object before and after an affine viewpoint change. ... our viewpoint changes, we would also never mistake a side view for top view just because we recognize the chair. ...doi:10.1523/jneurosci.2800-17.2018 pmid:30126975 pmcid:PMC6596219 fatcat:6uafrjj62zhlrofrrb7wgrazhy
It is important to recognize that these patients know right from wrong, although their conduct is impulsive and not based on good judgment. ... Point oF VIEW OF THE LAw. Hon. CuHartes L. Brown. My associates and I at the Municipal Court have always had to deal with the psychopathic delinquent person in a practical way. ...
Learning to recognize a user's negative reactions to such wrong services will enable a CAIE to anticipate a service's appropriateness. ... Results from the electrodermal activity (EDA) data analysis reveal patterns that correlate with known features of negative-emotions, indicating the possibility to infer service appropriateness from user's ... Acknowledgment The authors would like to thank Institute for Creativity, Arts and Technology at Virginia Tech for supporting this project, especially Reza Tasooji and Zachary Duer for helping us model ...doi:10.1145/3123024.3124426 dblp:conf/huc/SahaKM17 fatcat:khsrcrrl2fgl3b5g56tiip47cy
Participants learned a layout of seven objects from two training views (e.g., 0°and 48°) by discriminating the "correct" layout from distracters. ... The results showed that the interpolated view was easier to discriminate than the extrapolated view and even easier than the training views. ... If they were correct but the response time was longer than 2 s, the feedback informed them that they had received one point. If they were wrong, the feedback said "wrong." ...doi:10.1002/pchj.12 pmid:26272759 fatcat:jwxxla7pcvboxjs7w2d3ozfzoq
Student, being believed to be in error, were interviewed with the help of data obtained from Function information test. ... It is very important to identify and correct the mistakes that students make about mathematical concepts. ... Students of all levels from elementary education to university somehow come across the concept of function and perform activities about this concept. ...doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.04.382 fatcat:crxoeyddjffgroux5aesmv23k4
This article will attempt a discussion of the issue from a_ child development point of view. ... take place and to help create a respect tor and the acceptance ol individuals possessing dissimilar points olf view. lt may be argued that children have friends outside their classes and that these may ...
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