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Region Competition via Local Watershed Operators

H. Tek, F. Akova, A. Ayvacy
2005 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR'05)  
Then, they are added to (or subtracted from) the deformable models via a measure computed from two terms: (i) statistical fit of regions to the models, region competition; (ii) smoothness of such fits,  ...  Here, we propose that watershed regions can be used as operators in region-based deformable models. These regions are computed only when the deformable models reach them.  ...  Figure 3 . 3 This figure illustrates the deformation of a contour C via regions computed via local watershed operators. (a) a curve C representing a object O.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvpr.2005.300 dblp:conf/cvpr/TekAA05 fatcat:f3jqxpkhnjda3ekjbujhtmmssi

Local Watershed Operators for Image Segmentation [chapter]

Hüseyin Tek, Hüseyin Can Aras
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In addition, we show that this local computation of watershed regions can be used as an operator in other segmentation techniques such as seeded region growing, region competition or markers-based watershed  ...  In this paper, we propose local watershed operators for the segmentation of medical structures.  ...  We have implemented a rather simpler version of region competition via watershed operators.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30135-6_16 fatcat:n6bc2r2oq5ddnpq652lmjcjb7u

Competitive Advantages and Disadvantages of Trans-Siberian Railway Route -Case study of Korea and Japan-

Hisako Tsuji
2013 International Journal of Railway  
Since 2010 during the recovery process, the watershed is estimated to have moved back to the region between Moscow and Ural Mountains. Watershed, however, may shift again.  ...  At first, electrical appliances were transported to major market of Moscow region directly or via Finland transit, using the TSR route.  ... 
doi:10.7782/ijr.2013.6.4.139 fatcat:xq4nguq6vrg5vpx2ggnehatb4u

Bioregionalization and territorial complexity in the global South

Frédéric Giraut
2011 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
These reflections were offered as part of a panel discussion around the topic "New environmental regionalism."  ...  The country is involved in both growth-oriented spatial planning for competitiveness and inclusive local and metropolitan government restructuration for cohesion.  ...  Bioregionalization is also active in the sector of water management with river basin authorities and watershed-based local initiatives (Blanchon, 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.03.020 fatcat:5opqsxienzhnzogn7rgwsza44q

Page 13 of Spectrum Vol. 29, Issue 1 [page]

1956 Spectrum  
Watershed Development 13 ing local interests with technical and limited finan cial aid.  ...  Undoubtedly, however, this sue must be met unless the watershed program | to face dithcult odds in competition with the Army Corps of Engineers, who are able to construct dam ilmo t wholls if fede } il  ... 

Mechanism of Stimulating Ecological Initiatives in Agricultural Development: Application of the US Best Practice in Russia

Natalya V. Medyanik, Valeriya V. Bratkova, Irina S. Shtapova
2015 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
Regional Conservation Partnership Program involves the provision of technical assistance and investment of environmental initiatives on the part of owners and operators of agricultural and nonindustrial  ...  Landscape planning in rural areas aimed at emergency and preventive protection of watersheds, as well as the rehabilitation of hydraulic structures.  ...  National Agricultural Statistics Service provides information support and services delivered via an extensive network of service centers at the local level, presented at the official website of the USDA  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s5p133 fatcat:meslekjnyjbjvjrrmd37okyzri

A Field Monitoring Station Network for Supporting the Development of Integrated Water Resources Management

Satyanto Krido Saptomo, Budi Indra Setiawan, Chusnul Arif, Sutoyo Sutoyo, Liyantono Liyantono, I Wayan Budiasa, Hisaaki Kato, Takao Nakagiri, Junpei Kubota
2014 Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Advanced Network  
Acknowledgment This manuscript is based on study performed under the Project C-09-Init "Designing Local Frameworks for Integrated Water Resources Management," which is supported by Research Institute for  ...  Furthermore, training of local operators to provide technical ability in the maintenance of the stations is needed.  ...  However, introduction of this technology should be accompanied by capacity building of the local inhabitant who will use or operate this system.  ... 
doi:10.7125/apan.37.4 fatcat:pimxntnd2bbxbeorrdsjo4bxbm

Segmentation of carpal bones from 3D CT images using skeletally coupled deformable models [chapter]

T. B. Sebastian, H. Tek, J. J. Crisco, S. W. Wolfe, B. B. Kimia
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
the advantages of local and global region growing methods, region competition and active contours.  ...  We review the performance of statistical classification, deformable models, region growing, and morphological operations for this application.  ...  models like snakes [7] , balloons [4] , and bubbles [18] , morphological watersheds [20] , and region competition [21] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0056308 fatcat:j5bnxsu4fbh45c3nskkd7nsjfy

Nonpoint source reduction to the nearshore zone via watershed management practices: Nutrient fluxes, fate, transport and biotic responses — Background and objectives

Joseph C. Makarewicz
2009 Journal of Great Lakes research  
Mitigation of these impacts is of concern in the Great Lakes, the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, and generally in water bodies of North America.  ...  large watershed approaches.  ...  Davin, the Conesus Lake Watershed Inspector, provided their time and expertise. J. Meekin faithfully provided rainfall data, and T. Bondi his excellent sampling site on his stream.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2008.08.002 fatcat:6zqxatwxw5dbpg7vb2mmhsitui

Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution and Eutrophication: A Survey of Environmental Responsibility in the Federal System and Case Study of the Chautauqua Lake Watershed, New York State

John N Haskell
2007 Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal  
When federal executives or states fail to protect polluted watersheds, it is implicit and necessary that local authorities coordinate horizontally across municipalities or counties to centralize watershed  ...  Watershed management must come from organic leadership, marshaling local, state and federal resources to begin sustainable, comprehensive remediation.  ...  The AEM is a successful program where it operates locally.  ... 
doi:10.15695/vurj.v3i0.2753 fatcat:7m55nsplzjhddfkpfvzyileuf4

Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production (HANPP) in an Agriculturally-Dominated Watershed, Southeastern USA

C. Andersen, R. Donovan, John Quinn
2015 Land  
The HANPP and land use change in Doddies Creek watershed reflects changing land use patterns in the southeastern US, driven by a complex interaction of local to global scale processes including change  ...  In global and regional scale assessments, the majority of HANPP is associated with agricultural biomass harvest.  ...  Given the lack of confined animal feedlot operations in the watershed, we feel this assumption was reasonable.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land4020513 fatcat:kei6mqtgizgbrjysvaq44bpo6m

The Mutex Watershed: Efficient, Parameter-Free Image Partitioning [chapter]

Steffen Wolf, Constantin Pape, Alberto Bailoni, Nasim Rahaman, Anna Kreshuk, Ullrich Köthe, Fred A. Hamprecht
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
When presented with short-range attractive and long-range repulsive cues from a deep neural network, the Mutex Watershed gives results that currently define the state-of-the-art in the competitive ISBI  ...  These results are also better than those obtained from other recently proposed clustering strategies operating on the very same network outputs.  ...  , including methods that operate on the very same network predictions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01225-0_34 fatcat:7zbzcqozfrh5jd4svoxfwnfeoa

Governance Arrangements for Integrated Water Resources Management in Ontario, Canada, and Oregon, USA: Evolution and Lessons

Nigel Watson, Dan Shrubsole, Bruce Mitchell
2019 Water  
Oregon has adopted a locally-driven and entrepreneurial approach, whereas Ontario developed a co-operative inter-governmental approach.  ...  Implementation of IWRM in other parts of those countries and the world should, therefore, start with careful analysis of the local context, and existing governance arrangements and governmentalities.  ...  OWEB funding is locally allocated via competitive schemes for on-the-ground catchment improvements, although organizational capacity grants and partnership development grants are provided to eligible organizations  ... 
doi:10.3390/w11040663 fatcat:ifxykerowbfvbmzam6xbaew5ai

Implications of the biofuels policy mandate in Thailand on water: The case of bioethanol

Shabbir H. Gheewala, Thapat Silalertruksa, Pariyapat Nilsalab, Rattanawan Mungkung, Sylvain R. Perret, Nuttapon Chaiyawannakarn
2013 Bioresource Technology  
Importantly, both watersheds are in the Northeastern region of Thailand which has the largest crops plantation areas in Thailand.  ...  cassava for food and other purposes could be via the promotion and development of second generation biofuels.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2013.07.052 pmid:23910530 fatcat:gpdplmmwlnbavbk22i7xm55x6u

A Scale-Explicit Framework for Conceptualizing the Environmental Impacts of Agricultural Land Use Changes

Iago Hale, Wilfred Wollheim, Richard Smith, Heidi Asbjornsen, André Brito, Kirk Broders, A. Grandy, Rebecca Rowe
2014 Sustainability  
Demand for locally-produced food is growing in areas outside traditionally dominant agricultural regions due to concerns over food safety, quality, and sovereignty; rural livelihoods; and environmental  ...  stimulate and OPEN ACCESS Sustainability 2014, 6 8433 support the collaborative efforts of land managers, scientists, citizen stakeholders, and policy makers as they address the challenges of expanding local  ...  Partial funding was provided by the New Hampshire Agriculture Experiment Station (Scientific Contribution Number 2534) and the National Science Foundation through the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive  ... 
doi:10.3390/su6128432 fatcat:fficc6jwjjfvlcliyapzcg5lye
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