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Development of an Image Database for Forests

Mariko Tanaka
1996 Journal of Forest Planning  
Although graphic data requires large memory capacity, 300 data sets were successfully stored on one optical disk by using a data compression technique.  ...  The computer system of this database is based on the Macintosh personal computer.  ...  Moreover, if old photographs of a forest are available, images of the past forest $tructure can be recreated and stored in the database.  ... 
doi:10.20659/jfp.2.1_51 fatcat:qngbs72yh5bglerzpkz3zt7hfa

Using a Workflow Management Platform in Textual Data Management

Triet Ho Anh Doan, Sven Bingert, Ramin Yahyapour
2022 Data Intelligence  
In the last step, we perform some standard analyses on the data to enhance our search engine and to generate a knowledge graph.  ...  End-users can utilize our platform to search on our data or get access to the knowledge graph. Furthermore, they can submit their code for their analyses to the system.  ...  In the end, the outputs of the analyses are used to enrich the graph database and the metadata stored in Elasticsearch to improve the search function.  ... 
doi:10.1162/dint_a_00139 fatcat:uelc3ebvgzgfrb2nupa62eitnm

Content based information retrieval in forensic image databases

Zeno Geradts, Jurrien Bijhold
2002 Journal of Forensic Sciences  
The developments in research groups of searching in image databases is evaluated and compared with the forensic databases that exist.  ...  The developments in these fields appear to be valuable for forensic databases, especially that of the framework in MPEG-7, where the searching in image databases is standardized.  ...  Left: striation mark; right: impression mark of a screwdriver in The Netherlands, the images of the tool marks that are found at the scene of crime are stored in a database.  ... 
pmid:11908596 fatcat:jig4opuyc5ab3pgibdp2cecdty

DESIGN OF AN INTELLIGENT INDIVIDUAL EVACUATION MODEL FOR HIGH RISE BUILDING FIRES BASED ON NEURAL NETWORK WITHIN THE SCOPE OF 3D GIS

U. Atila, I. R. Karas, M. K. Turan, A. A. Rahman
2013 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The model is based on M ultilayer Perceptron(M LP) which is one of the most preferred artificial neural network architecture in classification and prediction problems.  ...  This paper presents a 3D-GIS implementation which simulates the behaviour of an intelligent indoor pedestrian navigation model proposed for a self -evacuation of a person in case of fire.  ...  We are able to run our simulation within predefined scenarios stored in database. In the scenario, when and on which link an event will occur can be defined.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsannals-ii-2-w1-13-2013 fatcat:tsg3zxoylnamxl4wor2xtcjhoi

Real-time ligand binding pocket database search using local surface descriptors

Rayan Chikhi, Lee Sael, Daisuke Kihara
2010 Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics  
INTRODUCTION Characterization of protein function is one of the most important tasks in bioinformatics. 1-4 Taking advantage of accumulated knowledge of gene functions stored in databases, 5,6 computational  ...  Recall that pocket descriptors to be stored in the database can be precomputed just once, as our pocket comparison method does not need pose normalization of pockets for comparison.  ... 
doi:10.1002/prot.22715 pmid:20455259 pmcid:PMC3009464 fatcat:s5i56i7v3bfezonyio7zihqxyq

Cloud-Based Augmentation for Mobile Devices: Motivation, Taxonomies, and Open Challenges

Saeid Abolfazli, Zohreh Sanaei, Ejaz Ahmed, Abdullah Gani, Rajkumar Buyya
2014 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
Augmented mobile devices envision to perform extensive computations and to store big data beyond their intrinsic capabilities with least footprint and vulnerability.  ...  this study is to highlight the effects of remote resources on the quality and reliability of augmentation processes and discuss the challenges and opportunities of employing varied cloud-based resources in  ...  The huge database of the company is stored inside the cloud and the sale representative can request to process, get, or update data in database without storing data locally.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2013.070813.00285 fatcat:77v7cyzdwrbonll45npxl4loxa

Perceptual Learning, Cognition, and Expertise [chapter]

Philip J. Kellman, Christine M. Massey
2013 The psychology of learning and motivation  
domains, than has been understood in theory or implemented in instruction.  ...  Recent research indicates that perceptual learning (PL)-experience-induced changes in the way perceivers extract information-plays a larger role in complex cognitive tasks, including abstract and symbolic  ...  Education, Institute of Education Sciences (IES), Cognition and Student Learning Program awards R305A120288 and R305H060070; the National Science Foundation (NSF) Research on Education and Evaluation in  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-407237-4.00004-9 fatcat:gp4pbalcarey3nydxnf2ocwhiu

Visibility Precomputation with RTX Ray Tracing

Thomas Bernhard Koch, Michael Wimmer
2021
Visibility computation is a common problem in the field of computer graphics.  ...  Examples include occlusion culling, where parts of the scene are culled away, or global illumination simulations, which are based on the mutual visibility of pairs of points to calculate lighting.  ...  First, an adjacency graph isb uilt to store the neighboring cell reachablethrough portals.B ased on theadjacencygraph, portal sequences are found throughw hichu nobstructed sightlines canb ec onstructed  ... 
doi:10.34726/hss.2021.79729 fatcat:fpvru3ewtjgt7pamassi3xt7yq

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1996 Cartographic Perspectives  
The production of smooth scale changes in an animated map project Martin i>o11 Wyss CARTOGRAPHY BULLETIN BOARD GIS, image processi11g, and microcomputer laboratories The cartographic section at the University  ...  Classical issues in GIS are also examined in the context of current technology, as in Robert Laurini's "Distributed Geographic Databases," P.A. Burrough's "Accuracy and Error in GIS," and H.  ...  And historical geographers, cultural geographers, and social geographers will want toindeed, they'll have to-use GIS, and in so doing, they'll contribute to the databases.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp23.775 fatcat:xx4qjjbr4fgfncfpm7evagbqam

Bio-inspired cost-aware optimization for data-intensive service provision

Lijuan Wang, Jun Shen, Junzhou Luo
2015 Concurrency and Computation  
In Database and Expert Systems Applications, V. Mařı́k, W. Retschitzegger, and O. Štěpánková, Eds. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series, vol. 2736.  ...  The maximum storage usage λimax bounds the total size of data sets that may be stored in data center i.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.3589 fatcat:ac3v652klncdndi6bkglyxe5v4

Visualizing Feature Coupling Evolution by Utilizing Source Code Co-Change and Issue Tracking Data

Sebastian Lukas, Thomas Grechenig
2021
In dieser Arbeit wurde ein Prototypeiner Visualisierung inkrementell entwickelt und in einer szenariobasierten Expertenevaluierung verwendet, mit der erfahrene Entwickler/-innen Aufgaben im Bereich derSoftwarewartung  ...  In this work, a prototype of the proposed visualization has been elaborated and was used in scenario-based expert evaluation sessions where experienced developers performed tasks related to software maintenance  ...  Visual Attributes To ols use differentvisualattributes to describethe information in their scenes [7] .  ... 
doi:10.34726/hss.2021.95742 fatcat:oc5vfc3kibc73bqku53mhh2kmq

Interactive l earning using a \society o f m odels"

R Picard
unpublished
This paper describes an approach f o r utilizing many d ata-dependent, user-dependent, and task-dependent features in a semi-automated tool.  ...  The weighting stage adapts the collection stage's search s pace across uses, so that, in later interactions, good groupings are found given few examples from the user.  ...  Performance on natural scenes The performance of FourEyes in a realistic situation was measured by its labeling performance on the natural scenes in the \BT images."  ... 
fatcat:bsdd77qzfvhytas5myn6azcc74

Narrative Information Management [article]

Richard J. Cordes, Shaun Applegate-Swanson, Daniel Ari Friedman, Virginia Bleu Knight, Alexandra Mikhailova
2021 Zenodo  
There are many areas of research defined by their interest in information dynamics related to facilitating organizational sensemaking, such as knowledge management, information management, and library  ...  In this paper, we address the need for synthesis and exchange of knowledge, tools, and approaches among various fields by proposing Narrative Information Management (NIM) as a unifying term and framework  ...  These methods, such as knowledge graphs, can be used in conjunction with situational goal -orientation in order to reveal those elements of incoming information which matter most [113, 115] , thereby  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5565578 fatcat:7incd5aftzbd7c3y73rs5rh2am

Narrative Information Management [article]

Richard J. Cordes, Shaun Applegate-Swanson, Daniel Ari Friedman, Virginia Bleu Knight, Alexandra Mikhailova
2021 Zenodo  
There are many areas of research defined by their interest in information dynamics related to facilitating organizational sensemaking, such as knowledge management, information management, and library  ...  In this paper, we address the need for synthesis and exchange of knowledge, tools, and approaches among various fields by proposing Narrative Information Management (NIM) as a unifying term and framework  ...  These methods, such as knowledge graphs, can be used in conjunction with situational goal -orientation in order to reveal those elements of incoming information which matter most [113, 115] , thereby  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5565577 fatcat:h6fbrpgawvhn3b3tq7fuxm3mdu

Large imagery handling in relational databases for geospatial information systems [article]

Man Romanna Guo, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, J. A. Rodrigue Blais
2005
The author has granted a nonexclusive licence allowing the National Library of Canada to reproduce, loan, distribute or sell copies of this thesis in microform, paper or electronic formats.  ...  The author retains ownership of the copyright in this thesis. Neither the thesis nor substantial extracts from it may be printed or otherwise reproduced without the author's permission.  ...  The advantages and disadvantages of the prototype system are also discussed in this chapter.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/21363 fatcat:wcgeu7bwhvewbbldig675phqq4
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