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What is an object?

Bogdan Alexe, Thomas Deselaers, Vittorio Ferrari
2010 2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition  
We present a generic objectness measure, quantifying how likely it is for an image window to contain an object of any class.  ...  Finally, we show how to sample windows from an image according to their objectness distribution and give an algorithm to employ them as location priors for modern class-specific object detectors.  ...  8 The additional cost to compute objectness and sample 1000 windows I is negligible as it is done only once per image.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvpr.2010.5540226 dblp:conf/cvpr/AlexeDF10 fatcat:26hq2hj2dvhxni222ex7k7nvni

What it is to be an Intentional Object

Nicola Spinelli
2016 Disputatio  
The view is that every intentional state has an intentional object. The problem is that the putative intentional objects of some intentional states do not, or even cannot, exist.  ...  The two strategies to solve the problem and secure the view are those implemented by Tim Crane in his article "Intentional Objects" (2001).  ...  This is what I shall deny. … What I am denying is that being an intentional object as such is being an entity of any kind.  ... 
doi:10.2478/disp-2016-0004 fatcat:oyuradig45bzbin5o73q7tiucm

What is the spatial extent of an object?

J. R. R. Uijlings, A. W. M. Smeulders, R. J. H. Scha
2009 2009 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition  
(II) Using the rough bounding box to limit or extend the scope of an object during both training and testing, we find that the spatial extent of an object is determined by its category: (a) well-defined  ...  (b) Non-rigid objects have an unbounded spatial extent: all spatial extents produce equally good results.  ...  I.e. what is the ideal window to look at an object in a Bag of Word fashion? (III) What is the potential performance gain by dividing context from object patches through rough localisation?  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvpr.2009.5206663 dblp:conf/cvpr/UijlingsSS09 fatcat:qaipguf3nzdtbjiptjbabg3ym4

What is the spatial extent of an object?

J.R.R. Uijlings, A.W.M. Smeulders, R.J.H. Scha
2009 2009 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition  
(II) Using the rough bounding box to limit or extend the scope of an object during both training and testing, we find that the spatial extent of an object is determined by its category: (a) well-defined  ...  (b) Non-rigid objects have an unbounded spatial extent: all spatial extents produce equally good results.  ...  I.e. what is the ideal window to look at an object in a Bag of Word fashion? (III) What is the potential performance gain by dividing context from object patches through rough localisation?  ... 
doi:10.1109/cvprw.2009.5206663 fatcat:oczal7tbs5d4xh67igpx7ul5bm

What Is Humanity's Place in Nature, from an Objective (Biocentric) Point of View?

Michael J. Vandeman
2015 Journal of Health Science  
The real question is what part are they? Most texts define an exotic species as one translocated by humans to an area where it had not previously existed.  ...  What is a native species? It is basically one that has been around a long time, i.e., not a newcomer. The question is, how long?  ...  The fact is, humans consider themselves a part of the ecosystems when it's convenient (e.g. when D DAVID PUBLISHING What Is Humanity's Place in Nature, from an Objective (Biocentric) Point of View?  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-7136/2015.01.008 fatcat:dluhkhprfzcwjdugyyr5kepxau

What is an Event?

Arthur E. Murphy
1928 Philosophical Review  
What occurs is an object, a sense datum, table, electron or what not; the occurrence of such objects is an event.  ...  WHAT IS AN EVENT? ] SHALL assume that the reader is familiar with the general distinction between objects and events as it occurs, for ex- ample, in the philosophy of Professor Whitehead.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2180184 fatcat:mwz45bfukbggjbkso3xlnsc2we

What Is an Antique?

BENJAMIN L. CURTIS, DARRIN BAINES
2016 Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism  
This raises the question: what does it take for an art-object to become an antique art-object?  ...  Rather, we are looking to specify what conditions an object of a kind K must meet if it is to be counted as an antique.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jaac.12237 fatcat:3v5hshgpifc5vemobov4mesdza

"WHAT IS AN EMOTION?"

Henby Rutgers Marshall
1884 Mind  
James's article on "What is an Emotion?" I had reached results agreeing in general with those presented by him, through a consideration of the Emotions from a developmental standpoint.  ...  advantageous object is accompanied by the feeling of Joy ; (b) Of the departure of an advantageous object is accompanied by tne feeling of Sorrow ; (c) Of the approach of a detrimental object is accompanied  ... 
doi:10.1093/mind/os-ix.36.615 fatcat:za5bppomevd2rkqgobfemo5jc4

What Is an Affordance?

Keith S. Jones
2003 Ecological psychology  
wanted to understand how perception-that is, an animal's only means of collecting information from outside itself-can inform the animal about the meanings of environmental objects.  ...  The first category assumes that objects and events have no inherent meaning, and thus the meaning must be created internally and stored by the animal, that is, an indirect-perception view.  ...  We can discriminate the dimensions of difference if required to do so in an experiment, but what the object affords us is what we normally pay attention to.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15326969eco1502_1 fatcat:6uh32ffsxnflvkmtecib2bdr6y

What is a deer and what is an antler?

Gertrud E. Rössner, Loic Costeur, Torsten M. Scheyer
2016 Mammalian Biology  
This experiment elucidates that the dogs' sensory environment is even richer than previously assumed.  ...  Thereafter, the dogs had to distinguish between the magnet and two similar non-magnetic objects in the following trainings of increasing difficulty.  ...  Nevertheless, grassland may offer also an important hunting habitat that more likely is used predominantly by male leopards. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mambio.2016.07.041 What is a deer and what is  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2016.07.042 fatcat:qynnb6kzm5fznfyzsicfwv6jsq

What Is an Image?

W. J. T. Mitchell
1984 New Literary History  
Derrida's answer to the question, "What is an image?"  ...  A word is an image of an idea, and an idea is an image of a thing, a chain of representation that we may depict by simply adding one more link to our diagram of cognition under the empirical model: Object  ... 
doi:10.2307/468718 fatcat:3jroymzyxrgsrjanhnbbd6mi7q

What Is an Output?

Ezequiel Morsella, John A. Bargh
2010 Psychological Inquiry  
of intuition: "What is an output?"  ...  At the same time, it perceives that near the plants is a large moving object (an alligator?).  ... 
doi:10.1080/1047840x.2010.524597 fatcat:uxu2ns36lrb5bgftddrcrrel4i

What Exactly is Market Integrity? An Analysis of One of the Core Objectives of Securities Regulation

Janet Austin
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Examining what is encompassed by the objectives of protecting market integrity and fairness is critical for a number of reasons.  ...  One of the main objectives of securities regulation around the world is to protect the integrity or fairness of the markets.  ...  abnormal occurrence and what it would have been without such an event.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2814986 fatcat:srk2tbojoneothj5rcu3o4rewu

What is an injury?

J Langley
2004 Injury Prevention  
What is an injury? J Langley, R Brenner is an esoteric exercise of interest only to nosologists and theorists.  ...  CONCLUSIONS Some have suggested that discussions about what is and what is not an injury Making sense of safety Beyond injury prevention T he concept of ''safety'' can have many different meanings  ... 
doi:10.1136/ip.2003.003715 pmid:15066967 pmcid:PMC1730061 fatcat:yyv7bl46cjdi7hgfgjvkjgng6i

What is an OS? [article]

Abhijat Vichare
2012 arXiv   pre-print
Among the insights the emerge is that an OS is a constructive proof of equivalence between models of computation.  ...  The latter needs a clear definition of the purpose of an OS and an identification of the core. In this paper I offer definitions of the OS, processes and files, and present a few useful principles.  ...  This paper takes some steps towards the "what is an OS?" question.  ... 
arXiv:1112.4451v2 fatcat:j33au3u3rnhhldgbwp5a54gtim
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