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The canonical processes of a dramatized approach to information presentation

Vincenzo Lombardo, Fabrizio Nunnari, Rossana Damiano, Antonio Pizzo, Cristina Gena
2008 Multimedia Systems  
The major technical issue of the approach is the segmentation of the presentation into audiovisual units that are edited onthe-fly in a way that guarantees dramatic continuity while adapting to the user  ...  "Carletto the spider" is a characterbased guide to a historical site and implements the Dramatour approach for the design of drama-based interactive presentations.  ...  The Dramatour approach merges production methods for dramatic media [3] , such as television or cinema, and formal annotation techniques to build information presentations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00530-008-0137-x fatcat:26tjlghiszgkxipzd5fkv4muly

Eastern originality

Christopher Cullen
1986 Nature  
The necessity of taking refuge in literary productions has been intensified due to the societies' severe involvement in the features of the modern world.  ...  their identities with the aid of cultural resemblances very akin to universal codes of humanity.  ...  If one wishes to approach the dynamics, processes, and influences of the specific ways of the lives of a nation, one needs to transcend his perspective from an exclusionary and biased side to an inclusionary  ... 
doi:10.1038/324180a0 fatcat:zw2y325qyvcsrf4arajau5r3je

Learning Hierarchical Feature Representation in Depth Image [chapter]

Yazhou Liu, Pongsak Lasang, Quansen Sun, Mel Siegel
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents a novel descriptor, geodesic invariant feature (GIF), for representing objects in depth images.  ...  The benefit is two-fold: firstly, superpixel reduces the effect of the noise introduced by depth sensors; secondly, the processing speed can be improved by a big margin. (3) High-level feature captures  ...  If the nonlinearity of the data is handled properly, the performance can be improved dramatically. There are two possible approaches to exploit nonlinearity of the data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16811-1_39 fatcat:3muxmnd54zfixlshld7hih2odm

Multimodal Audio-Visual Information Fusion using Canonical-Correlated Graph Neural Network for Energy-Efficient Speech Enhancement [article]

Leandro Aparecido Passos, João Paulo Papa, Javier Del Ser, Amir Hussain, Ahsan Adeel
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The proposed approach lays its foundations on a state-of-the-art CCA-GNN that learns representative embeddings by maximizing the correlation between pairs of augmented views of the same input while decorrelating  ...  Specifically, our model improves contextual AV speech processing by maximizing canonical correlation from augmented views of the same channel and canonical correlation from audio and visual embeddings.  ...  The idea is to present two augmented versions of the same graph to the network and maximize the canonical correlation between their outputs.  ... 
arXiv:2202.04528v2 fatcat:jnv6xxzdgrbdjgxqwgcnxacwu4

Page 280 of Geographical Analysis Vol. 17, Issue 4 [page]

1985 Geographical Analysis  
Lebart (1969) has developed a related approach for Geary’s c in which locality values first are “differenced” with each other for the same variable (the method in the present paper does not restrict comparisons  ...  However, when nongeographic information was added to the data, only the results from those methods that specifically assess spatial pattern (i.e., MSC and CTS) were not altered dramatically.  ... 

Celluloid rhetoric: The use of documentary film to teach rhetorical theory1

Karen A. Foss
1983 Communication education  
Three components seem central to the definition of a documentary film: (1) the filmmaker should seek to provide as valid a record as possible of the facts, (2) the filmmaker must not neglect artistry in  ...  the portrayal of reality, and (3) a persuasive purpose is inherent to the form.  ...  Documentary communication seeks to initiate a process which culminates in public action by presenting information, and to complete the process by making this presentation persuasive.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03634528309378513 fatcat:5yrdmzrjq5d5xd7cyo4icnagou

Model-Based Neural Decoding of Reaching Movements: A Maximum Likelihood Approach

C. Kemere, K.V. Shenoy, T.H. Meng
2004 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
Additionally, using the presented framework, other forms of neural information, specifically neural "plan" activity, can be integrated into the trajectory decoding process.  ...  A new paradigm for decoding reaching movements from the signals of an ensemble of individual neurons is presented.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Dr. M. Churchland for providing the movement data we have used for this study. We would also like to thank G. Santhanam and B.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2004.826675 pmid:15188860 fatcat:lz5h6awxgvblbdfy2qtmjm5ysi

Local and distributed PiB accumulation associated with development of preclinical Alzheimer's disease

Matthew R. Brier, John E. McCarthy, Tammie L.S. Benzinger, Ari Stern, Yi Su, Karl A. Friedrichsen, John C. Morris, Beau M. Ances, Andrei G. Vlassenko
2016 Neurobiology of Aging  
This canonical correlation represents a combination of local and distributed processes distinct from the two aforementioned processes.  ...  A related point pertains to the prognostic information related to individuals who remain A-for the duration of the study but accumulate more A than average.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2015.10.025 pmid:26827648 pmcid:PMC5279747 fatcat:sxg55epzcresxh24mcykhmpqz4

Studying the Evolution of Software Systems Using Change Clusters

A.E. Hassan, S. Mancoridis, A. Shokoufandeh, T. Denton, J. Kothari
2006 14th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC'06)  
We present a case study that uses a sequence of Change Clusters to track the evolution of the PostgreSQL software project.  ...  In this paper, we present an approach that examines the evolution of code stored in source control repositories.  ...  In contrast to our presented approach, their approach does not give actual examples of the activities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icpc.2006.44 dblp:conf/iwpc/KothariSMH06 fatcat:scwjyhds3vb35p3hda2yk5qeuu

Non-canonical autophagy LAPs lupus

A K Simon, A J Clarke
2016 Cell Death and Differentiation  
Finally, the major question presented by this work is to what extent LAP contributes to the pathogenesis of human SLE.  ...  The overwhelming majority of studies examining the role of autophagy in a biological process use only deletion of a single autophagy gene.  ...  Conflict of Interest The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1038/cdd.2016.55 pmid:27285105 pmcid:PMC4947675 fatcat:aevrp4cw65fgpgsrs7b323s6ke

Canonical processes of semantically annotated media production

Lynda Hardman, Željko Obrenović, Frank Nack, Brigitte Kerhervé, Kurt Piersol
2008 Multimedia Systems  
As an initial step within the multimedia community, we identify a small number of fundamental processes of media production, which we term canonical processes.  ...  The processes are identified in conjunction with a number of different research groups within the community who supply, in the companion papers, descriptions of existing systems and a mapping to them.  ...  We would also like to thank all the authors of the companion system papers, in particular Susanne Boll and Ansgar Scherp, for their feedback on the model.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00530-008-0134-0 fatcat:poafhcrzkrcktldjprdkzzzl2i

An effective citation metadata extraction process based on BibPro parser

G. Guru Brahmam
2013 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
There is a dramatic increase in academic publications and these publications are integrated to the digital libraries by making use of citation string.  ...  So it is an interesting problem to extract the components of citations string which is formatted in one of thousand different citation styles.  ...  INDEX FORM is canonical symbolic representation of a citation string. This canonical symbolic representation will be used later to align with a given query citation.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-1311216 fatcat:kerigeqsz5geddaezbmigcxzvq

Dynamic Features for Visual Speechreading: A Systematic Comparison

Michael S. Gray, Javier R. Movellan, Terrence J. Sejnowski
1996 Neural Information Processing Systems  
The main purpose of this research was to systematically compare the performance of a range of dynamic visual features on a speechreading task.  ...  In addition, the dynamic information in the difference between successive frames yielded better performance than optical-flow based approaches, and compression by local low-pass filtering worked surprisingly  ...  This approach has the advantage of dramatically reducing the dimensionality of the input, but critical information may be lost.  ... 
dblp:conf/nips/GrayMS96 fatcat:wdkpuenzj5ah3phguy36w7vlky

The Cano-eMLST Program: An Approach for the Calculation of Canonical Extended Multi-Locus Sequence Typing, Making Comparison of Genetic Differences Among Bunches of Bacterial Strains

Yen-Yi Liu, Ji-Wei Lin, Chih-Chieh Chen
2019 Microorganisms  
In this study, we present cano-eMLST, a well-designed program that applies a feature-selection methodology to create a canonical locus combination with discriminatory power by traversing a genetic relatedness  ...  The core program (tree-traversing approach) of cano-eMLST is implemented in Perl and Python.  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful to the National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC) of the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs) of Taiwan for providing computational resources and  ... 
doi:10.3390/microorganisms7040098 pmid:30987190 pmcid:PMC6517909 fatcat:jwfxtty4zva2zl4inqj66zy2ia

A black-box re-weighting analysis can correct flawed simulation data

F. M. Ytreberg, D. M. Zuckerman
2008 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
In contrast to previous algorithmic efforts, the black-box approach exploits the configuration-space density observed in a simulation, rather than assuming a desired distribution has been generated.  ...  Successful implementations of the strategy, which reduce both statistical error and bias, are developed for a one-dimensional system, and a 50-atom peptide, for which the correct 250-to-1 population ratio  ...  Funding was provided by the Idaho Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, by National Institutes of Health Grants GM076569 and CA078039 and Fellowship GM073517, and by National Science  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.0706063105 pmid:18544653 pmcid:PMC2786942 fatcat:umo7462gnrhk3bvnvy3th45f6m
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