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Unary Pattern Avoidance in Partial Words Dense with Holes [chapter]

Francine Blanchet-Sadri, Kevin Black, Andrew Zemke
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we pose the problem of avoiding patterns in partial words very dense with holes.  ...  Previous work completed the classification of all unary patterns with respect to partial word avoidability, as well as the classification of all binary patterns with respect to non-trivial partial word  ...  Following all this, the next problem is how "dense" in holes can a partial word defined over a fixed alphabet be, while still avoiding a given pattern.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21254-3_11 fatcat:kjvvm2i4dndavnl6bbm25sgnoe

Stereo vision for view synthesis

D. Scharstein
1996 Proceedings CVPR IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition  
We also reevaluate the requirements on stereo algorithms for the application of view synthesis and discuss ways of dealing with partially occluded r egions of unknown depth and with completely occluded  ...  In other words, if an error in the computed disparities could be detected with an additional camera, then the view from this point can reveal the error.  ...  We can not exclude this case in natural environments, and thus holes can never be avoided completely. Dealing with this situation involves synthesizing texture for the newly visible areas.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvpr.1996.517171 dblp:conf/cvpr/Scharstein96 fatcat:qxe6rhibsnaxbgwxwxmcplfgga

Fabrication of asymmetric tubular mixed-conducting dense membranes by a combined spin-spraying and co-sintering process

Zhengkun Liu, Guangru Zhang, Xueliang Dong, Wei Jiang, Wanqin Jin, Nanping Xu
2012 Journal of Membrane Science  
Mixed-conducting dense ceramic membranes have attracted considerable attention because of their potential application in oxygen separation, oxyfuel combustion and catalytic membrane reaction processes.  ...  However, the development of robust mixed-conducting membranes with both high permeability and stability is still a major challenge.  ...  From the outside surface of the membrane (Fig. 6a) , the ceramic gains with clear grain boundaries are visible, and the membrane surface is dense and free from cracks and holes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.memsci.2012.05.011 fatcat:xhqqbdbyr5fnhkfmduvrilnlce

Influence of Oxygen Partial Pressure during Processing on the Thermoelectric Properties of Aerosol-Deposited CuFeO2

Thomas Stöcker, Jörg Exner, Michael Schubert, Maximilian Streibl, Ralf Moos
2016 Materials  
On these dense CuFeO 2 films deposited on alumina substrates with electrode structures, the Seebeck coefficient and the electrical conductivity were measured as a function of temperature and oxygen partial  ...  Hence, the influence of oxygen partial pressure during synthesis on the thermoelectric properties of Cu-Delafossites at high temperatures was investigated in this study.  ...  With increasing pO 2 , more oxygen is incorporated into the material, resulting in an increased hole concentration, resulting in an increasing electrical conductivity.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ma9040227 pmid:28773351 pmcid:PMC5502800 fatcat:oxlpvmwcafc3bojblndg77qlvu

Investigation of La1−xSrxCrO3−∂ (x ~ 0.1) as Membrane for Hydrogen Production

Yngve Larring, Camilla Vigen, Florian Ahouanto, Marie-Laure Fontaine, Thijs Peters, Jens B. Smith, Truls Norby, Rune Bredesen
2012 Membranes  
We aim in particular to elucidate the material's complex transport properties, involving co-ionic transport of oxide ions and protons, in addition to electron holes.  ...  Hydrogen-permeable, dense, mixed proton-electron conducting ceramic oxides offer superior selectivity and thermal stability, but chemically robust candidates with higher ambipolar protonic and electronic  ...  Acknowledgments This publication has been produced with support from the BIGCCS Centre, performed under the Norwegian research program Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME).  ... 
doi:10.3390/membranes2030665 pmid:24958299 pmcid:PMC4021915 fatcat:5k2xruxczbazjndyfcptb5cuo4

A covering system whose smallest modulus is 40

Pace P. Nielsen
2009 Journal of Number Theory  
In this vein, we construct a covering system of the integers with smallest modulus N = 40. 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 11B25, Secondary 11A07.  ...  Paul Erdős, in 1950, asked whether for each positive integer N there exists a finite set of congruence classes, with distinct moduli, covering the integers, whose smallest modulus is N .  ...  Acknowledgements The author was partially supported by the University of Iowa Department of Mathematics NSF VIGRE grant DMS-0602242.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnt.2008.09.016 fatcat:khc2rjdl2rbalnpsdpyz7lc4ye

Shape google

Alexander M. Bronstein, Michael M. Bronstein, Leonidas J. Guibas, Maks Ovsjanikov
2011 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
The computer vision and pattern recognition communities have recently witnessed a surge of feature-based methods in object recognition and image retrieval applications.  ...  We also show that considering pairs of "geometric words" ("geometric expressions") allows creating spatially-sensitive bags of features with better discriminative power.  ...  our choice to avoid feature detection at all and use dense descriptors instead.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1899404.1899405 fatcat:rwtead35svcmrplfxr3lfmtz6a

Topology and the Web of Twentieth Century Science [article]

J. C. Phillips
2009 arXiv   pre-print
How is scientific communication reflected in the patterns of citations in scientific papers?  ...  , where virtually identical patterns have been identified in 50 well designed experiments.  ...  The localized holes will be strongly disordered, and when the clusters are large enough to localize nearly all the holes, these localized hole states will nearly fill space -in other words, near the maximum  ... 
arXiv:0909.5363v1 fatcat:j363vnlnfncstbyvkadbdiih4i

A sparse coding approach for local-to-global 3D shape description

Davide Boscaini, Umberto Castellani
2014 The Visual Computer  
With this paper we address this problem and propose an alternative strategy that goes beyond the bag of word approach.  ...  are included, and the case of 'SHREC 2007: partial matching track' where composite models are considered in the query phase.  ...  In SHREC 2007 the evaluation is more focused on the capability of methods in dealing with partial or composed objects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00371-014-0938-1 fatcat:5l2hn5ghgrewrdzumwo3bjy2im

Minimization of Casting Defects using SQC Tool

Abhijit M. Mane
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
Paretro analysis technique is used to find out the defects in the castings. Recommendations are implemented in the casting line.  ...  During casting process, number of defects in the casting takes place. In this research, Statistical Quality Control tool is used to minimize the defects.  ...  The defect can be minimized by using the directional solidification concept in mould design and using chilling, denseness, and cushioning sparingly. Fig. 4 Gas hole & Shrinkage cavity H.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.37636 fatcat:exizkudrozgqbe76r4hiip3edy

Requirements and designs of illuminators for microlithography

Paul Michaloski, Fred M. Dickey, David L. Shealy
2004 Laser Beam Shaping V  
The importance of partial coherence, off-axis illumination, polarization, telecentricity and uniformity for the lithographic process are discussed.  ...  Also, I would like to thank David Aronstein for his help with writing this paper.  ...  Acknowledgements I am appreciative of all the people who have worked on illumination systems with me over the years, including Paul Tompkins, Paul Dewa, and Doug Goodman.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.563941 fatcat:lppcwppkvva25lqxdh2u3d4i4u

Reconstruction-Based Pairwise Depth Dataset for Depth Image Enhancement Using CNN [chapter]

Junho Jeon, Seungyong Lee
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a pairwise depth image dataset generation method using dense 3D surface reconstruction with a filtering method to remove low quality pairs.  ...  the convergence of dense 3D reconstruction results.  ...  In other words, the network is trained to predict the overall structure and smooth surfaces by reducing noise and filling the holes in the quarter-sized spatial resolution.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01270-0_26 fatcat:zmh37d3hxvbtlakmbk6aniv36e

POLOIDAL-FIELD INSTABILITY IN MAGNETIZED RELATIVISTIC STARS

Riccardo Ciolfi, Luciano Rezzolla
2012 Astrophysical Journal  
in the consequent gravitational-wave emission, thus resulting in very low chances of detecting this signal with present and..  ...  Our aim is to draw a clear picture of the dynamics associated with the instability and to study the final configuration reached by the system, thus obtaining indications on possible equilibria in a magnetized  ...  scalar operand s, reduces to partial derivatives in the four spacetime coordinates.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0004-637x/760/1/1 fatcat:7v7lxsoqijbctgl3u6tw2eeakq

Delivering Impact of Scholarly Information: Is Access Enough?

Heidi McGregor, Kevin Guthrie
2015 Journal of Electronic Publishing  
By analyzing the full citation network, we find that communicative efficiency decays with citation distance in a field-specific way.  ...  No formalism has been available to characterize these "cultural holes. " Here we use information theory to measure cultural holes and demonstrate our formalism in the context of scientific communication  ...  Acknowledgements: This work was supported in part by NSF grant SBE-0915005 to CTB, a WRF-Hall research fellowship to DAV, and Swedish Research Council grant 2012-3729 to MR.  ... 
doi:10.3998/3336451.0018.302 fatcat:4vt6kiul5rgeplgr5e3ce3kkdu

Interference-Avoidance Techniques: Improving Ubiquitous User Experience

Nicolas Gresset, Hardy Halbauer, Johannes Koppenborg, Wolfgang Zirwas, Hajer Khanfir
2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine  
, or in other words, reduce the gap between the cell edge and cellcenter throughputs.  ...  and used as gap fillers or offloading cells in dense urban scenarios.  ...  Author Information Nicolas Gresset received his Ph.D. degree from Télécom Paristech, Paris, France, in 2004 in collaboration with the Mitsubishi Electric R&D Centre Europe.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mvt.2012.2218434 fatcat:m277w5u4gjgarc6h37uwtf5c4u
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