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Look-ahead before you leap: end-to-end active recognition by forecasting the effect of motion [article]

Dinesh Jayaraman, Kristen Grauman
2016 arXiv   pre-print
To verify this hypothesis, we attempt to induce this capacity in our active recognition pipeline, by simultaneously learning to forecast the effects of the agent's motions on its internal representation  ...  Further, we hypothesize that active vision requires an agent to have the capacity to reason about the effects of its motions on its view of the world.  ...  Acknowledgments: This research is supported in part by ONR PECASE N00014-15-1-2291.  ... 
arXiv:1605.00164v2 fatcat:ftjjkvzu7nfzree24bnqevkf3i

D5.2 - Market analysis report

Landais Loïc, Perrot Pascal
2019 Zenodo  
This deliverable describes the market for audio-visual immersive products and provides a set of recommendations as input for the use cases and the exploitation and innovation transfer activities in T.5.1  ...  It looks like a kind of "Second Life meets Pixar" world where you will be able to jump into many social activities and mini-games together.  ...  The drastic expansion is expected to result in a $16.3 billion VR market by the end of the forecasted period.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4531484 fatcat:7fstvk32gjhqrlzvxfbao5eh7a

Sidekick Policy Learning for Active Visual Exploration [article]

Santhosh K. Ramakrishnan, Kristen Grauman
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We consider an active visual exploration scenario, where an agent must intelligently select its camera motions to efficiently reconstruct the full environment from only a limited set of narrow field-of-view  ...  While the agent has full observability of the environment during training, it has only partial observability once deployed, being constrained by what portions it has seen and what camera motions are permissible  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Dinesh Jayaraman, Thomas Crosley, Yu-Chuan Su, and Ishan Durugkar for helpful discussions.  ... 
arXiv:1807.11010v1 fatcat:mwjpqdxozfe33owaxlt3ramylu

Emotion metaphors in new Englishes

Barbara Ann Güldenring
2017 Cognitive Linguistic Studies  
and (2) To what extent are the source domain preferences of new Englishes similar to a norm-providing variety, namely British English?  ...  At the same time, a relatively recent approach to socio-variational aspects of language in the form of Cognitive Sociolinguistics has created an ideal platform for the study of variation in institutionalized  ...  We are going upstream--the administation is opposed to our actions. We are fighting an uphill battle--we'll neverget this proposal approved. It'sasteep road ahead for equal rights advocates.  ... 
doi:10.1075/cogls.4.1.05gul fatcat:uf5jucnkwnfldl4yprvc4lngcm

Iterative Design and Prototyping of Computer Vision Mediated Remote Sighted Assistance

Jingyi Xie, Madison Reddie, Sooyeon Lee, Syed Masum Billah, Zihan Zhou, Chun-Hua Tsai, John M. Carroll
2022 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
The RSA expert and professionals were engaged by, and reacted insightfully and constructively to the proposed design ideas.  ...  We reviewed the refined prototype with 12 RSA professionals to evaluate the desirability and feasibility of the prototyped computer vision concepts.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Aira for providing us with access to their RSA agents and the agents for participating in the interview study.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3501298 fatcat:42h6rwlbfrbk3phovdqxo3jsiq

Anticipating deep autumn: a widening lens

L L. Nixon
2002 Journal of Medical Humanities  
narrative looks ahead from midlife in the aging process to subsequent stages; in doing so, these anticipatory writings and paintings demonstrate Rorty's observations about the capacities of fiction to  ...  The writer, though ignorant of every scientific punctilio, will command the leap into the Other.  ...  narrative looks ahead from midlife in the aging process to subsequent stages; in doing so, these anticipatory writings and paintings demonstrate Rorty's observations about the capacities of fiction to  ... 
doi:10.1136/mh.28.2.82 pmid:23671141 fatcat:uz6zs2n2u5ffrkzbzb7bk22nhi

The role of context in science fiction prototyping: The digital industrial revolution

Michael Potstada, Jan Zybura
2014 Technological forecasting & social change  
We address the anatomy of SFP and argue that context is important in order to promote opportunity recognition and to envisage game changing technologies and their societal impact.  ...  Our technology outlook is backed by expert interviews. Our story vignette forms a showcase to address the role of technology, creativity and context in SFP.  ...  Jan Zybura Jan Zybura is a researcher in the fields of entrepreneurship, family business and corporate entrepreneurship at the Mannheim Institute of SME Research (ifm).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2013.08.026 fatcat:p6mye7ckuncbjopnzjdkwyb6l4

Inigo Jones: the weather prophet

Tim Sherratt
2011 Zenodo  
As we grapple still with the unpredictability of our climate, with the difficulties of seasonal forecasting, it seems worthwhile to reconsider the life and work of a man who was believed to hold the answer  ...  While now he is generally cast as an amusing sidelight in the development of Australian meteorology, he is still remembered by many as a great Queensland scientist, and his forecasts continue to attract  ...  Acknowledgements This publication was prepared as part of 'The Human Elements', a project to document the weather in Australian culture and history. Support for 'The Human Elements' was provided  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3586043 fatcat:byp4qvfvufd2nn6zrw7j7egvza

Philanthropy, Evaluation, Accountability, and Social Change

John Bare
2010 The Foundation Review  
That's why I advise leaders to leap in order to look, or to leap while looking. … In crises especially, leaders have to act in order to think-and not the other way around. … I usually urge executives to  ...  As a result, when you have a plan, you tend not to look for things that disconfirm it. … The worst aspect of plans is that they heighten the tendency to postpone action when something unexpected happens  ... 
doi:10.4087/foundationreview-d-09-00048.1 fatcat:3thvulrkk5bllhudt6olpx5cfy

Internet of Things for improving Supply Chain Performance: A Qualitative Study of Australian Retailers [chapter]

Tharaka de Vass, Victoria University, AU, Himanshu Shee, Shah Jahan Miah, Victoria University, AU, Victoria University, AU
2018 Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2018  
Drawing upon the organisational capability theory, this study investigates the use of IoT in enhancing the integration of suppliers, customers and internal activities of the retail supply chain.  ...  Internet of Things (IoT) is a global platform of Internet connected smart devices that have been argued to improve the supply chain integration (SCI).  ...  Retailer G has people to count the number of people who come in and out, and "sale through information" by using facial recognition, which were monitored and analysed by the head offices in real time.  ... 
doi:10.5130/acis2018.bc fatcat:fbkdoi6ixjhftk5mwum2ntxc2e

Questioning Many Mysteries

Sara F. Martin
2015 Solar Physics  
Why and how did I begin my journey to becoming a scientist? Did I choose the field of solar astronomy or did circumstances dictate it for me?  ...  The first section of this memoir queries my formative years. Indirectly I address the question, did my childhood and early years make a difference in my choice of career?  ...  I wish to give special thanks to the colleagues who have served as past and present members of the Board of Directors of Helio Research: Scott Carpenter, John Lawrence, David Hurst, Tony Heinzman, Wayne  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11207-015-0668-1 fatcat:66oodw5jrbeebijimrfxgrvkwu

The Relationship Among Firm Characteristics and Design of Strategic Planning Systems in Large Organizations

Sal Kukalis
1989 Journal of Management  
The objective of the paper is to define the role of transportation in logistics for the reference of further improvement.  ...  The research was undertaken to define and comprehend the basic views of logistics and its various applications and the relationships between logistics and transportation.  ...  Non-value-adding activities consume resources and do not directly contribute to the end result desired by the customer.  ... 
doi:10.1177/014920638901500406 fatcat:77kktk6imvaxlhwdviq4bgmmry

D5.3 - Market analysis report

Pascal Perrot (Viaccess-Orca), Tom De Koninck (TNO), Bart Kevelham (Artanim), Pashalina Medentzidou (CERTH), Sergi Fernandez (I2CAT), Jordi Saura Labaila (FI Group), Beate Kreisel (FI Group)
2020 Zenodo  
In addition, it provides a set of recommendations based on the market and customer research aiming to provide insightful and meaningful data towards the elaboration of an improved exploitation plan of  ...  The deliverable describes the status of the market as of December 2020 for the audio-visual immersive products, with an emphasis in social VR platforms and related technologies.  ...  However, strong growth in AR hardware, software, and services spending (164.9% CAGR) will push overall AR spending well ahead of VR spending by the end of the forecast.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4439787 fatcat:vhrgg6w2tfgmla2sirweh6qhrm

From Fayols Mechanistic To Todays Organic Functions Of Management

Daniel E. McNamara
2011 American Journal of Business Education  
to todays turbulent business environment.  ...  <p>This paper reviews Fayols original five managerial functions, demonstrates that they are still being taught in todays management courses, and offers a new set of organic management functions more applicable  ...  To help us further develop this living and breathing document and in order to further refine and improve upon the set of organic functions of management provided in this paper, please provide me with any  ... 
doi:10.19030/ajbe.v2i1.4023 fatcat:2ihukzt2f5afnn54mimhhvppu4

E-Traveling via Information Technology

Alan D. Smith, William T. Rupp
2004 Services Marketing Quarterly  
The travel industry has begun to leverage the Internet by mirroring the electronic ticketing systems used by the airlines enabling hotels and tourism institutions in general to develop IT systems similar  ...  These systems initially allowed travel agents to search for flights electronically. Now the customer is empowered to follow the lines of disintermediation and bypass the travel agent entirely.  ...  Or should it look at its positioning and benchmark that against the current position of the competition in an operational effectiveness (OE) strategy?  ... 
doi:10.1300/j396v25n04_05 fatcat:ocz45yajsjempmtyva7gwovzfy
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