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Vistas: Hierarchial boundary priors using multiscale conditional random fields

Jonathan Warrell, Alastair P. Moore, Simon J. D. Prince
2009 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 2009  
In the paper we achieve this by combining two methods that have proved effective for image labeling problems [3, 4] and learn a mixture of multiscale conditional random fields.  ...  Please refer to paper for full references. bution of boundary energy at the scene and vista levels to directly influence the dictionary of boundary patches used at the local level.  ...  In the paper we achieve this by combining two methods that have proved effective for image labeling problems [3, 4] and learn a mixture of multiscale conditional random fields.  ... 
doi:10.5244/c.23.88 dblp:conf/bmvc/WarrellMP09 fatcat:nluqj7myh5bb5d5lu47acj4s7a

Concurrent design of hierarchical materials and structures [chapter]

D. L. McDowell, G. B. Olson
2008 Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering  
[62, 63] , with handshaking from fine scale mechanisms to inform grain level responses, which are then subjected to random periodic boundary conditions to achieve description of macroscopic response  ...  Some authors have introduced concurrent multiscale schemes based either on finite element analyses that pass boundary conditions among meshes at various scales with different resolution and constitutive  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9741-6_14 fatcat:kwpzaqesyfdqdo34u5d4a6daza

Concurrent design of hierarchical materials and structures

D. L. McDowell, G. B. Olson
2008 Scientific Modeling and Simulation SMNS  
[62, 63] , with handshaking from fine scale mechanisms to inform grain level responses, which are then subjected to random periodic boundary conditions to achieve description of macroscopic response  ...  Some authors have introduced concurrent multiscale schemes based either on finite element analyses that pass boundary conditions among meshes at various scales with different resolution and constitutive  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10820-008-9100-6 fatcat:squiwmj4sffsvkachkm6d7nrdq

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2010 2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition  
Discrete Minimum Ratio Curves and Surfaces Efficient Piecewise Learning for Conditional Random Fields Torralba, Antonio Exploiting Hierarchical Context on a Large Database of Object Categories Part and  ...  Edge Prior and Single Image Detail Synthesis Liu, Shubao Ray Markov Random Fields for Image-Based 3D Modeling: Model and Efficient Inference REVEAL Intermediate Report Liu, Tianming Workshop:  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvpr.2010.5539913 fatcat:y6m5knstrzfyfin6jzusc42p54

Leveraging three-dimensional chromatin architecture for effective reconstruction of enhancer-target gene regulatory network [article]

Elisa Salviato, Vera Djordjilović, Judith M. Hariprakash, Ilario Tagliaferri, Koustav Pal, Francesco Ferrari
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
The solutions proposed so far do not account for the most updated knowledge on chromatin three-dimensional (3D) architecture, which is organized in a hierarchy of structural domains.Here we introduce a  ...  comprehensive ETG regulatory network leveraging functional genomics data; ii) we demonstrate that the incorporation of chromatin 3D architecture information improves ETG pairing accuracy; and iii) we use  ...  Therefore, we use multi-resolution TAD definitions as prior-knowledge to inform the selection of ETG pairs.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.03.01.432687 fatcat:tgyrkhc7fnbtjawhzqpxdrxtfe

Leveraging three-dimensional chromatin architecture for effective reconstruction of enhancer–target gene regulatory interactions

Elisa Salviato, Vera Djordjilović, Judith Mary Hariprakash, Ilario Tagliaferri, Koustav Pal, Francesco Ferrari
2021 Nucleic Acids Research  
The solutions proposed so far do not account for the hierarchy of structural domains which define chromatin three-dimensional (3D) architecture.  ...  reconstruct a comprehensive map of ETG pairs leveraging functional genomics data; (ii) we demonstrate that the incorporation of chromatin 3D architecture information improves ETG pairing accuracy and (iii) we use  ...  Therefore, we use multi-resolution TAD definitions as prior-knowledge to inform the selection of ETG pairs.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkab547 pmid:34197622 pmcid:PMC8464068 fatcat:ky2f53ygqzdvhbcjhmvcgglxpa

The Cosmic Web: Geometric Analysis [chapter]

R. van de Weygaert, W. Schaap
2008 Lecture Notes in Physics  
We also mention SimpleX, a related random lattice radiative transfer formalism (Ritzerveld & Icke 2006).  ...  and clusters, are based upon DTFE density fields.  ...  boundary conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-44767-2_11 fatcat:66wlzwq3pjevxb6ckfgl4gik2q

Observations and Morphology of the Cosmic Web [chapter]

Rien van de Weygaert, J. R. Bond
2008 Lecture Notes in Physics  
The velocity space data is not used since there is no prior prejudice as to what the velocity space should look like.  ...  Here we shortly focus on the Multiscale Morphology Filter (MMF), introduced by Aragón- . The MMF dissects the cosmic web on the basis of the multiscale analysis of the Hessian of the density field.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6941-3_11 fatcat:biqtnekowvdspokx5fm374q5yu

EfficientPS: Efficient Panoptic Segmentation [article]

Rohit Mohan, Abhinav Valada
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Extensive evaluations on Cityscapes, KITTI, Mapillary Vistas and Indian Driving Dataset demonstrate that our proposed architecture consistently sets the new state-of-the-art on all these four benchmarks  ...  conditional random fields and global classification.  ...  increases the Random Fields(CRFs) for segmentation.  ... 
arXiv:2004.02307v3 fatcat:elhr4amtj5hdfarkln6zwgcv7y

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2011 Cartographic Perspectives  
The in-dash GPS then led us through the night to the isolated hotel in the mountains using straight, left and right arrows and the reassuring dot moving along a random line.  ...  s (1978) use of selection with McMaster and Shea's (1992) use of refinement, describing this action as filtering of features based upon an attribute hierarchy.  ...  This example uses a dynamic choropleth map, as well as interactive tables and graphs, to show the number and proportion of Facebook users by country worldwide.  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp68.38 fatcat:msmzk5rmhzeapgtssx5pz5gddq

Estimates for Fourier sums and eigenvalues of integral operators via multipliers on the sphere

T. Jordão, V. A. Menegatto
2015 Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society  
Resumo We have with regards to the Bayesian, developed an approach by using Jeffreys prior and modified Jeffreys priors with covariate obtained by using Gauss quadrature method.  ...  conditions posed on thin domains with locally periodic structure on the boundary.  ...  , i.e., on its ordinary boundary together with its asymptotic boundary.  ... 
doi:10.1090/proc12716 fatcat:5qihvaioezbztkdytpvfl3qsii

A pressing matter

Russell J Hemley
2006 Physics world  
Controlling growth, boundary sliding or boundary failure, are essential to improving materials for extreme conditions.  ...  open new vistas for designing new materials for future energy and security needs.  ...  SiC is used for power devices because of its high thermal conductivity; it is also used as a substrate for other semiconductor materials.  ... 
doi:10.1088/2058-7058/19/8/33 fatcat:jd3v37pgdvelxc4jjzrfiqi4cq

A Survey on Deep Learning Based Approaches for Scene Understanding in Autonomous Driving

Zhiyang Guo, Yingping Huang, Xing Hu, Hongjian Wei, Baigan Zhao
2021 Electronics  
We also summarize the benchmark datasets and evaluation criteria used in the research community and make a performance comparison of some of the latest works.  ...  The DeepLab model overcomes the poor localization properties of deep networks by using dilated convolution with a fully connected conditional random field (CRF) [61] .  ...  To reduce context information loss between different subregions, they used a hierarchical global prior, containing information with different scales.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10040471 fatcat:gyloykg24nbqvlw4ujiiagoneq

Structural and Spectral Properties of Deterministic Aperiodic Optical Structures

Luca Dal Negro, Ren Wang, Felipe Pinheiro
2016 Crystals  
In this comprehensive paper we have addressed structure-property relationships in a number of representative systems with periodic, random, quasi-periodic and deterministic aperiodic geometry using the  ...  For example, they appear when applying the finite difference discretization schemes to solve Laplace equation with Neumann boundary conditions.  ...  These structures, which have been introduced in our prior publications [74, 75] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/cryst6120161 fatcat:yl23rtb6dzewxemafe4uxmsoqi

High-resolution habitat and bathymetry maps for 65,000 sq. km of Earth's remotest coral reefs

Sam J. Purkis, Arthur C. R. Gleason, Charlotte R. Purkis, Alexandra C. Dempsey, Philip G. Renaud, Mohamed Faisal, Steven Saul, Jeremy M. Kerr
2019 Coral reefs  
We present a workflow demonstrating that DigitalGlobe imagery can be processed to useful products for reef conservation at regional to global scale.  ...  This paper focuses on one output of this expedition, which is meter-resolution seafloor habitat and bathymetry maps developed from DigitalGlobe satellite imagery and calibrated by field observations.  ...  We are similarly indebted to the crew of the M/Y Golden Shadow, through the generosity of HRH Prince Khaled bin Sultan, for their inexhaustible help in the field.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00338-019-01802-y fatcat:vkduivt2ojdurhlohm37bn5kte
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