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This provides unprecedented opportunities for discovery about the spatial, kinematical and compositional structure of sources such as molecular clouds or protoplanetary disks, and more. ... both high spectral and spatial resolution. ... From a computational standpoint, it is intractable to compute and store the similarity measure between all pixel pairs of a large data cube. ...doi:10.1017/s1743921317000175 fatcat:ex5ewyjcfve4tnyvp4ucl457fu
Robot force control implemented by means of passive mechanical devices has inherent advantages over active implementations with regard to stability, response rapidity, and physical robustness. ... The class of devices considered in this paper consists of a Stewart platform-type mechanism interconnected with a network of adjustable mechanical elements such as springs and dampers. ... Bill Triggs of INRIA Rhône-Alpes and Wayne Book of Georgia Institute of Technology carefully read the paper and made many useful suggestions. ...doi:10.1177/02783649922066592 fatcat:yljutp7w2jhtdmacvfvdpqsyz4
(English summary) [On sliding surfaces and associated curves in spatial kinematics] Abh. Braunschweig. Wiss. Ges. 42 (1990/91), 43-47. (Hellmuth Stachel) 93h:53016 53A17 Meyer, Peter W. ... Comput. Math. Cybernet. 1991, no. 4, 41-47. (Mikhail I. Sumin) 93¢:49013 49K15 (49N05, 65H10) Mezey, Paul G. Similarity analysis in two and three dimensions using lattice animals and polycubes. ...
While less efficient than the O(n) algorithm of Lenhart and Whitesides, our algorithm produces paths that are considerably smoother. ... Theoretically, our results can be extended to produce collisionfree paths, paths avoiding both link-obstacle and link-link collisions. ... Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Tony Maciejewski for motivating the comparison of our global algorithm to a local algorithm and Patrick G. ...doi:10.1177/0278364902021009119 fatcat:6sgcmpjkbbd2jgjoye55c2mbf4
While less efficient than the O(n) algorithm of Lenhart and Whitesides, our algorithm produces paths that are considerably smoother. ... Theoretically, our results can be extended to produce collisionfree paths, paths avoiding both link-obstacle and link-link collisions. ... Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Tony Maciejewski for motivating the comparison of our global algorithm to a local algorithm and Patrick G. ...doi:10.1177/027836402128964639 fatcat:cnmsbkgbx5fdbnnzo5gv7rr3hm
(Czech summary) [Foundations of spatial kinematic geometry. II] With a loose Russian summary. Api. Mat. 25 (1980), no. 3, 161-181. ... (French and Spanish summaries) A l and prog g ( Barcelona, 1983), 118-127, Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci., 154, Springer, Berlin-New York, 1983. ...
This thesis presents a novel computational approach for human action recognition through different implementations of multi-layer architectures based on artificial neural networks. ... Recognizing and categorizing human actions is an important task with applications in various fields such as human-robot interaction, video analysis, surveillance, video retrieval, health care system and ... less differentiated while there are one or more figures that are perceived as salient components (spatial kinematics represented by the actors bodies). ...arXiv:2104.14870v1 fatcat:cp7gnx34jbdq5o45zbfmhlrhlm
and extended atmospheres of exoplanets, and record the transient UV universe. ... This study brought together scientists and technologists representing the broad community of astrophysicists, planetary and heliophysics physicists, and technologists working in the UV. ... What is needed is a mapping of the IGM and CGM in both spatial, kinematic, and metallicity/age space. ...doi:10.26206/m0np-ak69 fatcat:4zofcr6nxrb43nsmee7x3ifjeu