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Facial Expression Recognition Based on Local Features and Monogenic Binary Coding

Zhangbao Chen
2019 Informatica (Ljubljana, Tiskana izd.)  
the aspect of facial recognition and to provide a basis for the application of the monogenic signal theory in facial expression.  ...  Then, the results of the facial expression recognition simulation experiment of monogenic based classical facial expression database, the Japanese Female Facial Expression (JAFFE) Database, and the results  ...  the monogenic signal theory and the monogenic binary coding and the accuracy rate was examined by Japanese Female Facial Expression (JAFFE) Database, the classic facial expression database.  ... 
doi:10.31449/inf.v43i1.2716 fatcat:y3oswmx4sfazvmw6rmags7kgpm

Colors of the Sublunar

Jan Koenderink, Andrea van Doorn
2017 i-Perception  
We propose a model of spectral data mining that applies to the sublunar realm, spectra due to the scattering of daylight by objects from the generic terrestrial environment.  ...  The results suggest evolutionary causes of the human visual system. We also suggest effective methods to generate red, green, and blue color gamuts for various terrains.  ...  In this article, we propose a model of spectral data mining that applies to the sublunar realm, involving spectra that are mainly due to the scattering of daylight by objects from the generic terrestrial  ... 
doi:10.1177/2041669517733484 pmid:28989697 pmcid:PMC5624368 fatcat:eeov5v2danecxpns2kkkzcktpe

Toward an Approach to Privacy in Public: Challenges of Information Technology

Helen Nissenbaum
1997 Ethics & behavior  
Many influential approaches to privacy emphasize the role of privacy in safeguarding a personal or intimate realm where people may escape the prying and interference of others.  ...  This article does not dispute the importance of securing intimate and personal realms.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I acknowledge the perceptive comments of Jonathan Schonsheck and members of the audience.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327019eb0703_3 fatcat:udflc5uzrbafdpw22lvqpup7my

Creating reference architectures

Don Batory, Lou Coglianese, Mark Goodwin, Steve Shafer
1995 Software engineering notes  
A central concept of DSSA is the use of software system generators to implement component-based models of software synthesis in the target domain [SEI90].  ...  The contributions of our paper are the avionics reference architecture and the lessons that we learned; both may be beneficial to others in future modeling efforts.  ...  We thank Paul Clements and Vivek Singhal for their valuable comments on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/223427.211786 fatcat:qfn4aqrqrvgjfppmvfvc47vv4e

New spaces for researching postgraduate Education research in South Africa

Daisy Pillay, Jenni Karlsson
2013 South African Journal of Education  
In the interactive moment and space, when the researcher connects with the archive or database, there is the possibility of the researcher generating new understandings and ideas of/about Education research  ...  In this article we propose that a third space manifests when a researcher works with the project's archive and/or database. It is a space of lived experience.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the National Research Foundation (NRF) and The Ford Foundation for the opportunity and funding of the Postgraduate Project on Education Research. Notes  ... 
doi:10.15700/201503070811 fatcat:gsmuds4qhvdmxb64gwrni7zuym

Appropriation of Digital Machines and Appropriation of Fixed Capital as the Real Appropriation of Social Being: Reflections on Toni Negri's Chapter [chapter]

Christian Fuchs
2019 Digital Objects, Digital Subjects: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Capitalism, Labour and Politics in the Age of Big Data  
Real appropriation requires socially developed productive forces as one of its preconditions in order to transform surplus labour-time into the realm of freedom.  ...  The notion of the general intellect can also be found in Capital as the concept of general work (Marx 1867 (Marx /1976 Marx 1894 Marx /1981 .  ... 
doi:10.16997/book29.s fatcat:rpc2f6mrefc6ldf4ypubmpiocm

The The Pathology of Relational Aesthetics and the Anomaly of Adaptive Behavior of Transformation in Nuruddin Farah's Crossbones (2011)

Souleymane Diallo
2022 Journal La Sociale  
in the perspective relational values and relational frame theory stand as a dimensionality of understanding and a generative and transformative reality.  ...  Through an object program and a normative functionalism, Farah installs a psycho-functionalist perspective in the run to transcend the realm of ethnocentrism and relegio-politico social theory concerning  ...  Throughout a denotative interpretation, an association of object and elaborated images, the realm of transcendental aesthetic inside the transformative ideological perspective of the religio-politico theory  ... 
doi:10.37899/journal-la-sociale.v3i3.635 fatcat:crzziaqp55aibhnyg2ttvwhmky

Provenance for Web 2.0 Data [chapter]

Meghyn Bienvenu, Daniel Deutch, Fabian M. Suchanek
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Rather, a piece of Web data carries along different facets, such the transformations that data underwent, the different perspectives that users have on the content, and the context in which a statement  ...  In this paper, we look at Web data that comes from multiple sources, as in the Web 2.0. We argue that Web data is more than just its content.  ...  In order to extend this idea to the realm of Web data, the following challenges must be addressed: (1) Identify a set of Web data transformations that is expressive enough to capture common features of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-32873-2_10 fatcat:s56v3jfakza3tfmyouygd7ge4a

Page 2841 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 94e [page]

1994 Mathematical Reviews  
ISBN 3-540-56869-7 The twenty-nine papers in this collection include the following: Ralf Hartmut Giiting and Markus Schneider, Realms: a foundation for spatial data types in database systems (14-35); Michael  ...  (46-57); Jian Guo Lu and Jia Fu Xu, Development transformation based on higher order type theory (58-70); Chetan R.  ... 

Page 321 of American Anthropologist Vol. 110, Issue 3 [page]

2008 American Anthropologist  
In a more general sense, isolation contributes to rigidity. (2) The limits of buffering strategies: The often-cited work by Holling (1973) that established the basis of re- silience theory contrasted resilient  ...  Recent work on robustness—the maintenance of some performance characteristic in the face of perturbations— is reaching similar conclusions, in that robustness in one realm is often achieved at the cost  ... 


2005 Feministische Studien  
The question of women's pay in the early years of the German Federal Republic: same work versus same performance?  ...  This article investigates the way in which the judicial debate in Germany conformed to gender bias characteristic of the time by focusing on lawsuits in the German Labour Court in the 1950s.  ...  We conclude by exploring how the consideration of the impact of the database on gender relations can open up new contextualizing perspectives on the Icelandic HSD and life sciences in general.  ... 
doi:10.1515/fs-2005-0221 fatcat:kj3tqq4dg5fonnh3dlaoyaexbu

Page 8887 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2002M [page]

2002 Mathematical Reviews  
The main object of this investigation is the “entity-relationship-attribute” models (ERA models) in database theory.  ...  (English summary) Theory Appl. Categ. 10 (2002), 94-112 (electronic). The paper under review is an application of category theory to the study of databases.  ... 

The design and implementation of hierarchical software systems with reusable components

Don Batory, Sean O'Malley
1992 ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology  
A set of ADTs is called a type class [Wad89] and a set of classes is a theory [Gog84, Gra91]. We will call a set of components a realm.  ...  Every component is a member of a realm T, where all members of T realize exactly the same interface but in different ways. This means that members of a realm are plugcompatible and interchangeable.  ...  Because our type-expression notation and component-realm metamodel are domain independent, we also feel that our work can serve as the basis for a common language in which other domain models can be expressed  ... 
doi:10.1145/136586.136587 fatcat:yefmijfyivbbbcujm5bwwvxt6y

Page 1595 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 87, Issue 4 [page]

2000 Psychological Abstracts  
Bonevelle Il: Narrative of experience Theories before practice(s): Proposing computers for writing centers Denise Weeks Writing in the electronic realm: Incorporating a new medium into the work of the  ...  General Hospital Psychia- try, 1999(Nov—Dec), Vol 21(6), 402-407 Discusses the development of the Consultation-Liaison (C-L) Psychiatry literature database for teachers and practitioners.  ... 

Realms: A foundation for spatial data types in database systems [chapter]

Ralf Hartmut Güting, Markus Schneider
1993 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
A realm as a general database concept is a finite, dynamic, user-defined structure underlying one or more system data types.  ...  We offer such a definition in two papers. The central idea, introduced in this (first) paper, is to use realms as geometric domains underlying spatial data types.  ...  Realm-based structures can be used for the definition of quite general spatial data types and guarantee all the desired closure properties in theory as well as in computational practice.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-56869-7_2 fatcat:g43kmofcyjbrho3vdfcn3vjphm
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