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Normalization Processes an Topographic Mapping Model between Cell Layers Represented by Undirected Graphs

Shouji SAKAMOTO, Shigeko SEKI, Youichi KOBUCHI
2002 Journal of Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Systems  
Processes and Topegraphic Mapping Model Between Cell Layers Represented by Undirected Graphs function Ai instead of f (Eq. 2-2), and for an input vector xJ, a winner output unit is observed  ...  (4-5} 4.1 Stability In this section, we consider stability characteris- tics of topographic mappings under the learning process with normalization.  ... 
doi:10.3156/jfuzzy.14.1_43 fatcat:adgsyflfa5dehh2bgt5nnbse5y

Normal process representatives

V. Gehlot, C. Gunter
[1990] Proceedings. Fifth Annual IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science  
viewed as a canonical or normal process representative.  ...  Using a strongly normalizing rewrite system and a weak Church-Rosser theorem, we show that each class of the coarser process definition contains exactly one of these finer classes which can therefore be  ...  The S-equivalence class of normal forms will then be the unique process representative of a ir-equivalence class. Normal process representatives.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lics.1990.113746 dblp:conf/lics/GehlotG90 fatcat:hzcxadom55bntj5i4q6nprarpm

Building a Process Driven Organization with the Process Normalization Technique

Václav Řepa
2018 Complex Systems Informatics and Modeling Quarterly  
The goal of this article is to illustrate the steps of process normalization with examples.  ...  To achieve such unity, this article introduces a process normalization technique as part of the Methodology for Modeling and Analysis of Business Processes (MMABP).  ...  Un-normalized process represents the existence of just one process, which covers all activities necessary for achieving the process goal without any help from other processes.  ... 
doi:10.7250/csimq.2018-14.02 fatcat:x7kikvj2cnaarp3x65itiavm2m

Normalization of Processes - Toward an Integrated View of Business Process System

Václav Repa
2017 Business Informatics Research  
The process of the normalization of processes is explained and illustrated by example.  ...  In this paper we introduce so-called Process Normalization technique, a part of the MMABP methodology, as a particular way of methodical covering of this essential unity.  ...  Example -Process in the 2nd and 3rd Normal Forms In the fourth normal form (Figure 5 ) the process has been exempt of two parts representing standalone standard services: Production Technology and Expedi-tion  ... 
dblp:conf/bir/Repa17 fatcat:nrlry2onkbeq5jnzl4pyzrynfa

Reliability Model of Integrated Navigation Based on GSPN

Zhen-hua GU, De-xin ZHOU, Yong WU, Zheng-mao WU, Si-hai LI, Bin-bin REN
2017 DEStech Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research  
GYRO on represents gyro is normal.GYRO off shows gyro is failure. CMPTR on represents computer is normal. CMPTR off shows computer is failure. INS on represents INS is normal.  ...  The RCVR on represents the normal state of the receiver. RCVR off is fault state of receiver. PRCSR on represents the normal state of the processor. PRCSR off is the fault state of processor.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtetr/imeia2016/9355 fatcat:iwhhulxxlfhehckqrx2v2z3s44

Pipelined Image Reconstruction of SAR Radar Based on Orthogonal Matching Pursuit using FPGA Implementation

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
Moreover, the paper includes the implementation of the both normal processing and the proposed pipelined processing for the used algorithm.  ...  Based on the goal of this paper, it is possible to reduce the time processing of the OMP as every clock a new process will be started and it is not required to wait the certain process to be finished.  ...  In the normal process, the compression starts after the previous compression process ends, the normal processing is shown in Fig. 3 .  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.e6474.018520 fatcat:jlnqczix65ghlcdxqdusyw37pa

Modelling Finite and Infinite Behaviour of Cancer Stages Using Buchi and Finite Automata

Natasha Singh, Ajay Kumar
2018 Current Science  
This article presents normal cell division and cancer progression using the finite automata and Büchi automaton respectively.  ...  Conclusion We designed finite automata for representing replication, doubling and the cell division process of a normal cell.  ...  Finite automaton representing normal cell division process. Figure 10 . 10 Figure 10. Büchi automaton representing various stages of cancer progression. Figure 11 . 11 Figure 11.  ... 
doi:10.18520/cs/v115/i4/677-681 fatcat:dqaekjd42vfxbbqsrnjn6vlmwu

Analysis of Representative Values in Clustering using the CURE Algorithm

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
One of the algorithms in the clustering process is CURE (Clustering Using Representative) where CURE random sample-based data bases partition the data using representative points called representative  ...  This representative point determines the processing time of the testing carried out in the input.  ...  Following are examples of data that have not been normalized and after normalization, 30 data are taken from 30,000 data. Tabel-I: Dataset Before Normalized No … B.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.b3742.079220 fatcat:kbandzda6rcbhhie5zo6kxxrmu

Modification Research of Pavement Deflection Representative Value Formula Based on Wavelet Transform

Yong Zhou, Feng Liu, Hao Li, Dingwen Zhong
2017 DEStech Transactions on Materials Science and Engineering  
Because the measured deflection of expressway asphalt pavement does not obey the normal distribution, the calculation formula of deflection representative value can't be used.  ...  The normal distribution ratio of the measured deflection data of asphalt pavement were increased from 20.0% to 86.7%, the requirement of the original formula of deflection representative value was meet  ...  Therefore, this relation can be used to represent the wavelet transform to normalize the original data.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtmse/ictim2017/9943 fatcat:kgukyyyfhzbopmwuzgeu3mfggi

Intelligibility of Modified Speech for Young Listeners With Normal and Impaired Hearing

Rosalie M. Uchanski, Ann E. Geers, Athanassios Protopapas
2002 Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research  
In summary, without extensive exposure to the speech processing conditions, children with impaired hearing and children with normal hearing listening in noise received no intelligibility advantage from  ...  For both subject groups, speech processing had no statistically significant effect on syllable discrimination.  ...  The authors acknowledge and thank Scientific Learning Corporation for its cooperation and generosity in processing the original speech materials.  ... 
doi:10.1044/1092-4388(2002/083) pmid:12381058 fatcat:nddtzs7dqvd4lpv6jz2ylamwri

Page 268 of The Biological Bulletin Vol. 18, Issue 5 [page]

1910 The Biological Bulletin  
both the extra claws. pl’., curved line representing the bending of the plane pl. as a result of torsion and the mechanical conditions. pp., primary (normal) posterior articular process of meropodite.  ...  ., primary (normal) ventral articulation of ischiopodite to meropodite. v.p., primary (normal) ventral articular process of carpopodite. v.p’., extra (secondary) ventral articular process of carpopodite  ... 

Page 200 of Radiology Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1924 Radiology  
This skele. ton and the plates made thereof represent what we determined from the tracings to Fig. 4.—Normal lateral view. Original films show spinous process clearly.  ...  This became what we have termed our “key plate” and represents, at least in our minds, the average normal. (See Figs. 1 and 2.)  ... 

MiGuard : Detecting and Guarding against Malicious Iframe through API Hooking

JooBeom Yun, Youngjoo Shin, HyoungChun Kim, Hyunsoo Yoon
2011 IEICE Electronics Express  
This method can detect malware program execution through distinguishing API sequences of normal execution and abnormal API sequences resulting from an exploit using Win32 API hooks.  ...  ) and 1 (identical), θ 1 represents a minimum similar-ity threshold, EXEC() represents to execute a new program and SAV E() represents to save that as a set element of normal programs.  ...  Our method distinguishes between normal process execution and abnormal process execution, and notify the user when a malicious process is created.  ... 
doi:10.1587/elex.8.460 fatcat:vxxi6nbyh5csrlxu3febcwngxi

Quantifying the underlying landscape and paths of cancer

C. Li, J. Wang
2014 Journal of the Royal Society Interface  
The kinetic paths from least action principle quantify the transition processes among normal state, cancer state and apoptosis state.  ...  We developed a global potential landscape and path framework to quantify cancer and associated processes.  ...  This represents the process of cancerization for normal cells caused by the change of AKT activation strength.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsif.2014.0774 pmid:25232051 pmcid:PMC4191109 fatcat:p5ka7cxagjakfj7hb5jj3tm6cy

Page 803 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 120, Issue 4 [page]

1994 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Normal Operation” (Normal) represents an unconstrained operation that does not require entities from more than one immediate source.  ...  A Normal is equivalent to a logical “or” in a network path, because it is activated upon arrival of any entity routed to the Normal. A Normal is represented graphically by a rectangle.  ... 
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