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Journal of Mammalogy
We used wire-mesh and Sherman live traps, devices for recording tracks and hair, 2 types of bait, and 2 trap placements (ground level and 1.5-2.5 m high) in an old-growth forest in southern Chile. ... Type of bait and placement height affected captures of D. gliroides. ... We defined the response variable as a binary variable (0 5 no capture, 1 5 capture); the categorical predictor variables were trap type, bait type, and height of placement. ...doi:10.1644/09-mamm-a-027r1.1 fatcat:2u5moeexojf5pbtrbtuo74czby
In particular, we demonstrate: (1) improvements in mean structures and significant reductions in cross-sectional variances using real data sets, (2) statistical modeling for capturing variability in aligned ... This distance is used to define statistical summaries, such as sample means and covariances, of synchronized trajectories and "Gaussian-type" models to capture their variability at discrete times. ... This distance, in turn, is used to define statistical summaries, such as the sample means and covariances, of synchronized trajectories, and Gaussian-type models to capture their variability at discrete ...doi:10.1214/13-aoas701 fatcat:6zbqqmbwsbggbcwyel2awum2y4
We present tool support for evolution tracking in Eclipse workspaces and illustrate our approach with examples from DOPLER, an existing Eclipse-based product line environment. ... We propose an approach that supports multi-level monitoring of product line artifacts and models and continuous tracking of changes. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work has been conducted in cooperation with Siemens VAI Metals Technologies and has been supported by the Christian Doppler Forschungsgesellschaft, Austria. ...doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2010.03.007 fatcat:xo52i4onfzgdnd5ftsmepbkg2q
Frequency measures of heart rate variability discriminated different task types but not taskloads. ... In this article, we capture electrophysiological measures from a new wearable technology to understand the human performance envelope. ... This article is based on work performed in the programme: Future Sky Safety, which has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No ...doi:10.1007/s10111-017-0431-5 fatcat:i76oxys7ang6th626x6ygksl5u
Behavior Research Methods
368 SUSTR, SPINKA, CLOUTIER, AND NEWBERRY Table 1 Classification of Pig Interactions into Five Types According to Variables Extracted From the Tracking Data Type of Interaction Contact Point of Snout Contact ... . = 300 for the variables contact and type of interaction, = 95 for the variable angle. ...
In this paper, the authors propose a markerless visual servo controller for a micro helicopter with an onboard wireless camera. ... The tracking algorithm is useful over a tiled carpet and a uniform carpet where other visual tracking algorithms do not work. ... In order to define a criteria for detecting other two types of matching failures, image sequences were captured by the helicopter controlled manually over the tiled carpet and the uniform carpet. ...doi:10.9746/jcmsi.7.291 fatcat:3sekr7eo5zdl7om35wnoz2mvd4
Lessons learned captured on a standardized type of facility are more likely to be directly applicable to future projects. ... In step 3, an approach decision is required, in- cluding either the formal project-level or comprehensive tracking approach. ...
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Type systems hide data that is captured by function closures in function types. In most cases this is a beneficial design that enables simplicity and compositionality. ... However, some applications require explicit information about the data that is captured in closures. ... This research is based on work supported in part by DARPA CRASH grant FA8750-10-2-0254 and NSF grant CCF-1319671. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-45221-5_47 fatcat:pv42btv2pjdmfehvpquvsxefna
To answer this question we build i) a framework for monitoring nasal thermal variable patterns continuously and ii) a novel set of thermal variability metrics to capture a richness of the dynamic information ... Automatically monitoring and quantifying stressinduced thermal dynamic information in real-world settings is an extremely important but challenging problem. ... Based on this, we take two types of thermal variable signals from the tracked signal as illustrated in Fig. 2 -right: nonfiltered signal (affected by both activities) and low-pass filtered signal for ...doi:10.1109/acii.2019.8925453 dblp:conf/acii/ChoBOHJ19 fatcat:rln7rwodizaulayzsefiklgwhm
To answer this question we build i) a framework for monitoring nasal thermal variable patterns continuously and ii) a novel set of thermal variability metrics to capture a richness of the dynamic information ... Automatically monitoring and quantifying stress-induced thermal dynamic information in real-world settings is an extremely important but challenging problem. ... Based on this, we take two types of thermal variable signals from the tracked signal as illustrated in Fig. 2 -right: nonfiltered signal (affected by both activities) and low-pass filtered signal for ...arXiv:1905.05144v1 fatcat:r5dmhge57nd7livivwb2wwcx2y
Learning & Behavior
The occluder produced a disruption in capture success but did not delay capture. ... The sudden turn had only a modest effect on capture and error location, and the analyses suggested that the birds had adjusted their tracking to the novel motion. ... The images or other third party material in this article are included in the article's Creative Commons licence, unless indicated otherwise in a credit line to the material. ...doi:10.3758/s13420-020-00412-x pmid:32016829 fatcat:ldm7pvg6ojcgxhbjyxr72bdtjy
In this paper, we show how safety policies of programs can be analysed by tracking size properties of objects and be enforced by objects' invariants and the preconditions of methods. ... We propose several new ideas to allow both mutability and sharing of objects, whilst aiming for precision in our analysis. ... In the case of the above, when an S-object flows to an S-location, only the size-immutable size variable is captured via its mapping, namely [r2 → r1]. ...doi:10.1145/1062455.1062500 dblp:conf/icse/ChinKQPN05 fatcat:vaken3nisvbrzl3tb4edgnfw44
Data in Brief
This article presents concurrent multimodal data, including EEG, eye-tracking, and behavioral data (cursor movements and clicks), acquired from individuals (N = 22) while engaging in several German language ... These data provide neural (EEG), gaze (eye-tracking), and behavioral (mouse movements, clicks, and keypresses) data, with respect to presented language-learning media (Duolingo screen captures) for a wide ... : contains 'eyedata' structure with raw Gazepoint GP3 eye-tracking data at 60 Hz in 'eyetrack', with 42 data columns labeled by the variable 'eyetrackheader' using variable names from the Gazepoint API ...doi:10.1016/j.dib.2018.11.044 pmid:30519619 pmcid:PMC6260224 fatcat:pyilas4cbjfyfnvzezqi2kg7bq
Sampling single snow tracks of individuals equipped with a GPS collar was a reliable way to assess individual winter foraging behaviour in a white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Zimmermann) population ... Heterogeneity in foraging behaviour can profoundly influence ecological processes shaping populations. ... the time of sampling during the day, as well as the interactions between track types and these two variables. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049719 pmid:23166754 pmcid:PMC3500326 fatcat:lrcyvwu2qrc35amtwi3jkn6r2e
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The addition of plug-in support in the latest release of GCC makes it an attractive platform for runtime instrumentation, as GCC plug-ins can directly add instrumentation by transforming the compiler's ... To address this situation, we present the InterAspect program-instrumentation framework, which allows instrumentation plug-ins to be developed using the familiar vocabulary of Aspect-Oriented Programming ... program behavior by tracking the range of values for each integer variable  . ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-16612-9_31 fatcat:2kg7sw6vwjcc7elkkq55x7lhtm
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