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A Text Reassembling Approach to Natural Language Generation [article]

Xiao Li, Kees van Deemter, Chenghua Lin
2020 arXiv   pre-print
the ideal of a purely statistical approach very closely, and which is at the same time highly transparent.  ...  We discuss the strengths and limitations of TRG, concluding that the method may hold particular promise for domain experts who want to build an NLG system despite having little expertise in linguistics  ...  Two placeholders are considered as the same if and only if they are at the same position of the same schema, and two schemata are considered as the same if and only if they are equal at the sequencelevel  ... 
arXiv:2005.07988v3 fatcat:sse36cquaje4nepokxcysktekq

A Multiscale Method for the Reassembly of Fragmented Objects

H Leitao, J Stolfi
2000 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 2000  
The total cost gets reduced from ¢´AE ¾ Ä ¾ µ (where Ä is the mean number of samples per fragment) to about Ç´AE ¾ ĵ; which, in principle, allows the method to be used for problems of practical size (AE  ...  We describe here an efficient algorithm for re-assembling one or more unknown objects that have been broken or torn into a large number AE of irregular fragments-a problem that often arises in achaeology  ...  The difficulty of this problem lies in the large number of fragments present in typical instances.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.14.71 dblp:conf/bmvc/LeitaoS00 fatcat:cx5d77guj5hfbbwyzarqrqyexm

Split, Send, Reassemble: A Formal Specification of a CAN Bus Protocol Stack

Rob van Glabbeek, Peter Höfner
2017 Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science  
We present a formal model for a fragmentation and a reassembly protocol running on top of the standardised CAN bus, which is widely used in automotive and aerospace applications.  ...  Although the CAN bus comes with an in-built mechanism for prioritisation, we argue that this is not sufficient and provide another protocol to overcome this shortcoming.  ...  applications would send messages of the same message type, one could use two different IDs. 7 The in-build priority messages will take care of messages with different IDs sent at the same time (see Sect  ... 
doi:10.4204/eptcs.244.2 fatcat:3yc22op5jfcsnnmcuc4u7ioqwi

A Generative and Entropy-Based Registration Approach for the Reassembly of Ancient Inscriptions

Roberto de de Lima-Hernandez, Maarten Vergauwen
2021 Remote Sensing  
Moreover, high-resolution geometry and imagery are combined to cope with the fragility and severe damage of heritage fragments.  ...  This paper addresses the reassembly of damaged decorations by deploying a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) to predict the continuing decoration traces of broken heritage fragments.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank Toon Sykora for providing the epigraphic study used to develop this study. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14010006 fatcat:ee5lrji54zd7pjeiij5zgcgh6q

Reassembling Social Science Methods: The Challenge of Digital Devices

Evelyn Ruppert, John Law, Mike Savage
2013 Theory, Culture and Society. Explorations in Critical Social Science  
In doing so, our aim is to explore the implications of digital devices and data for reassembling social science methods or what we call the social science apparatuses that assemble digital devices and  ...  Building on recent work at CReSC on the Social Life of Methods, we recommend a genealogical approach that is alive to the ways in which digital devices are simultaneously shaped by the social world, and  ...  for instance, are not preserved for more than two years.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0263276413484941 fatcat:y5obz7uy4zfrjp5qwmlxh4c4ki

Type B lamins remain associated with the integral nuclear envelope protein p58 during mitosis: implications for nuclear reassembly

J Meier, S D Georgatos
1994 EMBO Journal  
Flotation of mitotic membranes in sucrose density gradients and analysis of mitotic vesicles by immunoelectron microscopy confirms that p58 and most of the type B lamins reside in the same compartment.  ...  The implications of these findings in nuclear envelope reassembly are discussed below.  ...  We acknowledge our colleagues A.Merdes, G.Simos and C.Maison for suggestions in the course of this work and for critically commenting on the manuscript.  ... 
pmid:8168487 pmcid:PMC395030 fatcat:kulccir225ct3hci7j7beikyvy

Type B lamins remain associated with the integral nuclear envelope protein p58 during mitosis: implications for nuclear reassembly

J. Meier, S.D. Georgatos
1994 EMBO Journal  
For instance, type A lamins completely dissociate from nuclear envelope fragments and disperse as lower oligomers in the mitotic cytoplasm (Gerace and Blobel, 1980).  ...  The same data also demonstrate that only one- third of the p58- and lamin B-containing vesicles are associated with chromosomes during anaphase, whereas two- thirds of these vesicles are still in an unassembled  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1460-2075.1994.tb06458.x fatcat:6inoooikanbw3pjptb2t75l4om

An efficient-assembler whale optimization algorithm for DNA fragment assembly problem: analysis and validations

Mohamed Abdel-Basset, Reda Mohamed, Karam M. Sallam, Ripon K. Chakraborrty, Michael J. Ryan
2020 IEEE Access  
ETHICAL APPROVAL This article does not contain any studies with human participants or animals performed by any of the authors.  ...  The problem is known as the DNA fragment assembly problem (DFAP) and the challenge is to reassemble the contigs successfully to retrieve the original DNA.  ...  as a result of utilizing effectively the whole optimization process and the individuals within the population by erasing the problems of the traditional mapping methods that may generate the same permutation  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3044857 fatcat:fh5jrcnpjnbmrnfsgk5qoarugm

Toxic beryllium: new solutions for a chronic problem

S Fields
2001 Environmental Health Perspectives  
It's formed when the chromosomes of the male's sperm fuse with those of the female's egg to form a single-celled embryo, and it contains the genetic "instructions" that allow Focus • Charting the Map of  ...  Today, scientists are grappling with a new map-that of the human genome-but unlike the one you can barely fold in your car, this map describes a landscape that remains almost a complete mystery: the 3.2  ...  Similarly, comparative mapping studies of hypertension in rats have uncovered candidate genes for the same disease in humans.  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.109-a74 pmid:11266347 pmcid:PMC1240649 fatcat:z2qxxra6rbf3popjclnsjqgkvi

Toxic Beryllium: New Solutions for a Chronic Problem

Scott Fields
2001 Environmental Health Perspectives  
It's formed when the chromosomes of the male's sperm fuse with those of the female's egg to form a single-celled embryo, and it contains the genetic "instructions" that allow Focus • Charting the Map of  ...  Today, scientists are grappling with a new map-that of the human genome-but unlike the one you can barely fold in your car, this map describes a landscape that remains almost a complete mystery: the 3.2  ...  Similarly, comparative mapping studies of hypertension in rats have uncovered candidate genes for the same disease in humans.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3434755 fatcat:ypxgoksbazgvzkdcakwl5ocbse

Physical Mapping with Repeated Probes: The Hypergraph Superstring Problem [chapter]

Serafim Batzoglou, Sorin Istrail
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We focus on the combinatorial analysis of physical mapping with repeated probes. We present computational complexity results, and we describe and analyze an algorithmic strategy.  ...  We show that a sparse version of the problem is MAXSNP-complete, a result that carries over to the general case.  ...  The first author would like to thank his advisor, Bonnie Berger, for discussions on the problem and for initiating the communication between the two authors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48452-3_5 fatcat:a7l7ekpy6venzgjcdoj5kcldjy

TCP over 3G links: Problems and Solutions [article]

Ioannis Koukoutsidis
2009 arXiv   pre-print
The focus is on protocol modifications in face of problems arising from terminal mobility and wireless transmission.  ...  The objective of this paper is not to present an exhaustive review of the literature, but to filter out the causes of poor TCP performance in such systems and give a rationalized view of measures that  ...  A link layer can also assume the role of fragmenting (and reassembling) packets into smaller segments, more suitable for transmission over a wireless link (since a smaller-sized packet leads to smaller  ... 
arXiv:0903.4959v2 fatcat:fucv5ukacveiribqkdzg4jtzgi

The Holonic Paradigm as a New Metaphor for the Coordination Problem of Virtual Enterprises [chapter]

Gustavo Nucci Franco, Antonio Batocchio
2001 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It is also important to mention that Recope/Finep/BID has sponsored the infrastructure available to this research.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work could not be done without the support ofFapesp (Fundar;iio de Amparo a Pesquisa do Estado de Siio Paulo -Fapesp #98/10840-4), which has provided financial subsidies.  ...  The watches that Tempus made were designed such that, when he had to put down a partly assembled watch ifor instance, to answer the phone), it immediately fell into pieces and had to be reassembled from  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35399-9_19 fatcat:dg3uaizs4newbau4u3msuq2qoy

The Problem of Experience in the Study of Organizations

Lloyd E. Sandelands, V. Srivatsan
1993 Organization Studies  
This paper deals with the fact that we cannot experience large organizations directly, in the same way as we can experience individuals or small groups, and that this non-experientiability has certain  ...  Whereas a science is animated by a constructive interplay of theory concepts and experience concepts, the study of organizations has been confined to theory concepts alone.  ...  the burden of relating the two.  ... 
doi:10.1177/017084069301400102 fatcat:pi4s53mq7ng5do62lgmkqcoh6e

GRAVITATE: Geometric and Semantic Matching for Cultural Heritage Artefacts [article]

Stephen C. Phillips, Paul W. Walland, Stefano Modafferi, Leo Dorst, Michela Spagnuolo, Chiara Eva Catalano, Dominic Oldman, Ayellet Tal, Ilan Shimshoni, Sorin Hermon
2016 Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage  
The project is driven by the needs of archaeological institutes, and the techniques are exemplified by their application to a collection of several hundred 3D-scanned fragments of large-scale terracotta  ...  The GRAVITATE project is developing techniques that bring together geometric and semantic data analysis to provide a new and more effective method of re-associating, reassembling or reunifying cultural  ...  Re-Assembling: such as matching of two fragments based on 2D or 3D pattern alignment; matching of two fragments based on the complementarity of the fracture facets; from a set of fragments, proposing reconstructions  ... 
doi:10.2312/gch.20161407 dblp:conf/vast/PhillipsWMDSCOT16 fatcat:vcsu3rycxba6tjzmwqy7jwjpuq
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