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Repetitive Activity Counting by Sight and Sound [article]

Yunhua Zhang, Ling Shao, Cees G.M. Snoek
2021 arXiv   pre-print
For learning and evaluation, an existing dataset is repurposed and reorganized to allow for repetition counting with sight and sound.  ...  This paper strives for repetitive activity counting in videos.  ...  We repurpose and reorganize the Countix dataset for our goal of counting repetitive activities by sight and sound.  ... 
arXiv:2103.13096v2 fatcat:esf3zhoi3jcybe6pfn3as5sx2q

Visual cortex activation in blind humans during sound discrimination

Teija Kujala, Minna Huotilainen, Janne Sinkkonen, Antti I. Ahonen, Kimmo Alho, Matti S. Hämälä:inen, Risto J. Ilmoniemi, Matti Kajola, Jukka E.T. Knuutila, Juha Lavikainen, Oili Salonen, Juha Simola (+4 others)
1995 Neuroscience Letters  
In these subjects, the magnetic responses to counted pitch changes were located at visual and temporal eortices whereas ignored pitch changes activated the temporal cortices almost exclusively.  ...  Magnetic responses were recorded to pitch changes in a sound sequenee when the subjects were either counting these changes or ignoring the stimuli.  ...  The subjects' task was either to silently count the deviant tones occurring among the standard tones, or to ignore the sounds while reading a Braille book during the recordings.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0304-3940(94)11135-6 pmid:7746476 fatcat:6rpgbagopvgt7iqs3vjpmvkg6m

Page 441 of The Volta Review Vol. 58, Issue 10 [page]

1956 The Volta Review  
Again, here was the constant repetition of a sound by the instructor, with Jimmy’s hand on her face feeling the vibrations.  ...  She had no conception of color but worked the pattern by count- ing the shaped beads. The color only served to make the pattern clearer to our sight.  ... 

The role of vision in the development of finger–number interactions: Finger-counting and finger-montring in blind children

Virginie Crollen, Rachel Mahe, Olivier Collignon, Xavier Seron
2011 Journal of Experimental Child Psychology  
Compared with sighted controls, blind children used their fingers less spontaneously to count and in a less canonical way to count and show quantities.  ...  In the current study, 14 congenitally blind children and 14 matched sighted controls undertook three different test batteries that examined (a) general cognitive abilities, (b) the spontaneous use of finger-counting  ...  The finger-counting strategy was used by only 4 blind children (Sha, Ana, Ill, and Ant) as compared with 10 sighted children.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2011.03.011 pmid:21497826 fatcat:jdoj5fmzebfhrnuwu2tz3nxffm

Disfluencies in sight translation vis-à-vis dominating text function: A pilot study based on English-Polish sight translation performed by professional interpreters

Paula Gorszczyńska
2020 Beyond Philology : An International Journal of Linguistics, Literary Studies and English Language Teaching  
The aim of the paper is to provide an account of a pilot study whose primary intention was to classify and analyse disfluencies that recur in sight translations performed by professional interpreters.  ...  An attempt was also made to trace any interdependencies of disfluency occurrence and ST dominating function.  ...  Explicitations did rank next to repetitions and false words activated but came from a single translator only.  ... 
doi:10.26881/bp.2020.4.04 fatcat:kui7wn2ehzaqbnsuuhxbairxsu

Spatial Language Processing in the Blind: Evidence for a Supramodal Representation and Cortical Reorganization

Marijn E. Struiksma, Matthijs L. Noordzij, Sebastiaan F. W. Neggers, Wendy M. Bosker, Albert Postma, Thomas Wennekers
2011 PLoS ONE  
The current fMRI study focused on the nature and specificity of representing spatial language in the left SMG by combining behavioral and neuronal activation data in blind and sighted individuals.  ...  Indeed, the left SMG was activated during spatial language processing in both blind and sighted individuals implying a supramodal representation of spatial and other dimensional relations which does not  ...  Spatial language general task activation compared to rest common to blind and sighted subjects. reversals and repetitions (r(11) = 2.54, p = .03, see Figure 4D ).  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024253 pmid:21935391 pmcid:PMC3173383 fatcat:a6tmlis2rzdijci56ppg4pwbpm

Memorization Without Comprehension: A Window onto the 'Extremities' of the Capability of Human Brain

Dr. Amjad Saleem
2018 الإيضاح  
It is further concluded that Quran memorization is a special case, in which a range of extra linguistic factors such as identity, motivation and intention play an important role.  ...  The purpose of this study is to investigate expert Quran memorizers on their memorization practices including what they brought to the act of memorization and what, according to them, underlay their success  ...  , link sound to the visuals and yet they memorize and recite the Quran as well as the sighted memorizers.  ... 
doaj:4c876d33c7eb44b898e5b3c13482249c fatcat:b2m6u6kxxzcirpllhuc4g3vxdy

Page 313 of Social Forces Vol. 22, Issue 3 [page]

1944 Social Forces  
Says some letters of alphabet Counts to two or three Hums and sings syllables Asks for things at table by pointing Elementary distinction between you and me Imitates reading newspaper, sweeping, dusting  ...  To avoid excessive length and unnecessary duplica- tion, when the same response was found to be listed by two or three investigators but described by them in slightly different words, the response was  ... 

Comparison of obstacle sense ability between the blind and the sighted: A basic psychophysical study for designs of acoustic assistive devices

Takahiro Miura, Teruo Muraoka, Tohru Ifukube
2010 Acoustical Science and Technology  
The results indicate that the sighted tend to focus mainly on the quantitatively represented changes such as pitch and loudness of the sounds, while the blind are inclined to focus not only on the quantitative  ...  The results show no significant difference in discrimination between the two groups; the blind and the sighted.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This work is supported by JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S), 17100009. We are grateful to Professor Shigeki Sagayama for his encouragement.  ... 
doi:10.1250/ast.31.137 fatcat:nhhykoynw5gltbmrvywxmftawm

Harbour porpoise movement strategy affects cumulative number of animals acoustically exposed to underwater explosions

G Aarts, AM von Benda-Beckmann, K Lucke, HÖ Sertlek, R van Bemmelen, SCV Geelhoed, S Brasseur, M Scheidat, FPA Lam, H Slabbekoorn, R Kirkwood
2016 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
Here we explored how animal movement influences how many, and how often, animals are impacted by sound.  ...  Because most anthropogenic sound-producing activities operate continuously or intermittently, snapshot distribution estimates alone tend to underestimate the number of individuals exposed, particularly  ...  Several anthropogenic activities emit repetitive sounds separated by silent periods.  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps11829 fatcat:evicsuoo7fe6vb7kqx553ojnsq

The "Artistic Image" Concept Applied to a Fugue at the Early Stage of Piano Practice: An Observational Study

Luís Cláudio Barros, Any Raquel Carvalho, Diego Borges
2017 Opus  
His main activity was sight-reading the first part of the fugue with both hands. He used a metronome and gradually advanced the tempo at every repetition.  ...  by sight-reading long passages, usually with both hands.  ...  the preservation of motor performance" coordinated by researchers Dr.  ... 
doi:10.20504/opus2017c2301 fatcat:ku4l2blopvc7xaqfm5lcd7ohja

Page 31 of None Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1830 None  
Vocal fame was to be acquired only by a process of fa- tiguing exertions, and though at first I submitted willingly to the drudgery of learning, ‘‘ sweet sounds ’”’ soon palled upon the ear ; and the piano  ...  pleasure of enraptured theatres—the mingled cheers of boxes, pit, and gallery, and that loud applause which terminates in a repetition of the last popular song.  ... 

The method of Pawlow in animal psychology

Robert M. Yerkes, Sergius Morgulis
1909 Psychological bulletin  
Whereas at first a particular sound, sight, or odor which is indicative of food causes the secretion of several drops of saliva, after a few repetitions at short intervals and without the presentation  ...  By subjecting additional and partial reflexes to wear by repetition in a chronic experiment, and by simultaneously reinforcing the fundamental conditioned reflex by means of a non-conditioned reflex, it  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0070886 fatcat:kfckg5rtejg57fnnlfbnz2cxjm

Deficits in sequential processing manifest in motor and linguistic tasks in a multigenerational family with childhood apraxia of speech

Beate Peter, Le Button, Carol Stoel-Gammon, Kathy Chapman, Wendy H. Raskind
2013 Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics  
Of 10 adults and 13 children in a three-generational family with speech sound disorder (SSD) consistent with CAS, 3 adults and 6 children had past or present SSD diagnoses.  ...  Results are consistent with a global deficit in sequential processing that influences speech development as well as cognitive and linguistic processing.  ...  , Elaine Nguyen, David Ramm, Kate Sailor and Nancy Yuan.  ... 
doi:10.3109/02699206.2012.736011 pmid:23339324 pmcid:PMC3875160 fatcat:xwqotgy4xra3pmgrjsc7x4mbcq

Text Decodability and the First-grade Reader

Heidi Anne E. Mesmer
2005 Reading & Writing Quarterly  
Treatment participants reading highly decodable text were found to apply letter=sound knowledge to a greater extent than control participants.  ...  They also were more accurate and relied on examiners less for assistance. Treatment and control participants did not differ in self-correction rates.  ...  Insertions, omissions, substitutions, and tolds were all counted as errors. Repetitions were not counted as errors because, in many cases, readers repeated words or phrases to monitor themselves.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10573560590523667 fatcat:ayal33jmwbhidakr44fgfpybpq
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