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A PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF LOCAL DESCRIPTORS
, 2005
"... In this paper we compare the performance of descriptors computed for local interest regions, as for example extracted by the HarrisAffine detector [32]. Many different descriptors have been proposed in the literature. However, it is unclear which descriptors are more appropriate and how their perfo ..."
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their performance depends on the interest region detector. The descriptors should be distinctive and at the same time robust to changes in viewing conditions as well as to errors of the detector. Our evaluation uses as criterion recall with respect to precision and is carried out for different image transformations
A theory of the storage and retrieval of item and associative information
 Psychological Review
, 1982
"... A theory for the storage and retrieval of item and associative information is presented. In the theory, items or events are represented as random vectors. Convolution is used as the storage operation, and correlation is used as the retrieval operation. A distributedmemory system is assumed; all inf ..."
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information is stored in a common memory vector. The theory applies to both recognition and recall and covers both accuracy and latency. Noise in the decision stage necessitates a twocriterion decision system, and over time the criteria converge until a decision is reached. Performance is predicted from
A PrecisionRecall Criterion Based Consensus Model For Fusing Multiple Segmentations
"... This paper presents a general framework for seamlessly combining multiple low cost and inaccurate estimated segmentation maps (with an arbitrary number of regions) of the same scene to achieve a final improved segmentation. The proposed fusion model is derived from the wellknown precisionrecall cr ..."
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This paper presents a general framework for seamlessly combining multiple low cost and inaccurate estimated segmentation maps (with an arbitrary number of regions) of the same scene to achieve a final improved segmentation. The proposed fusion model is derived from the wellknown precisionrecall
Economic Integration: The Mature Portfolio Criterion #
"... This paper proposes a new criterion for international integration, based on international comparisons of mature household portfolios. It documents international differences in asset holdings among older households (50+) in the US, UK, and 11 continental European countries, using newly available and ..."
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This paper proposes a new criterion for international integration, based on international comparisons of mature household portfolios. It documents international differences in asset holdings among older households (50+) in the US, UK, and 11 continental European countries, using newly available
A DESCENT CRITERION FOR ISOBARIC REPRESENTATIONS
"... This will appear as an appendix to the paper Functoriality for the exterior square of GL4 and the symmetric fourth of GL2 ([K]) by Henry Kim. The object here is to prove the following extension (from cuspidal) to isobaric automorphic representations of Proposition 3.6.1 of [Ra], which was itself an ..."
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. Recall that the set Isob of isobaric automorphic representations of GL(n, AF) for all n ≥ 1admitsasumoperation⊞, called the isobaric sum, such that L(s, π ⊞ π ′)=L(s, π)L(s, π ′), ∀ π, π ′ ∈ Isob. Moreover, given any isobaric automorphic representation π of GL(n, AF)there exist cuspidal automorphic
NAGATA CRITERION FOR SERRE’S (Rn) AND (Sn)CONDITIONS
"... Throughout the present paper, we assume that all rings are noetherian commutative rings. First of all, we recall Serre’s (Rn) and (Sn)conditions for a ring A. These are defined as follows. Let n be an integer. ..."
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Throughout the present paper, we assume that all rings are noetherian commutative rings. First of all, we recall Serre’s (Rn) and (Sn)conditions for a ring A. These are defined as follows. Let n be an integer.
Interresponse times in serial recall: Effects of intraserial repetition
 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
, 2000
"... The authors examined the effects of intraserial repetition on multitrial serial learning of random consonant lists, analyzing both learning rates and perfect trial intenesponse times (IRTs). Lists varied along 3 dimensions: list length, presence or absence of a repeated element, and lag between rep ..."
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repeated elements. After achieving a forwardrecall criterion on a given list, participants (N = 20) attempted backward recall. At small lags, IRTs between the repeated elements were very short (compared with IRTs from identical positions in nonrepetition lists). At larger lags, the IRT to recall
On Separation Criterion and Recovery Algorithm for Chain Graphs
, 1996
"... Chain graphs (CGs) give a natural unifying point of view on Markov and Bayesian networks and enlarge the potential of graphical models for description of conditional independence structures. In the paper a direct graphical separation criterion for CGs which generalizes the dseparation criterion for ..."
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for Bayesian networks is introduced (recalled) . It is equivalent to the classic moralization criterion for CGs and complete in the sense that for every CG there exists a probability distribution satisfying exactly independencies derivable from the CG by the separation criterion. Every class of Markov
A Proof of the LOptimality Criterion Theorem
, 2004
"... An alternative proof is given to the theorem of Loptimality criterion on the basis of a property of an L\convex function labelled (L\APR[Z]). Theorem 1 (Loptimality criterion [1, Th.5.12], [2, Th.7.14]) For an L\convex function g ∈ L\[Z → R] and p ∈ dom g, we have g(p) ≤ g(q) ( ∀ q ∈ ZV) ⇐ ⇒ g ..."
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An alternative proof is given to the theorem of Loptimality criterion on the basis of a property of an L\convex function labelled (L\APR[Z]). Theorem 1 (Loptimality criterion [1, Th.5.12], [2, Th.7.14]) For an L\convex function g ∈ L\[Z → R] and p ∈ dom g, we have g(p) ≤ g(q) ( ∀ q ∈ ZV
Printed in India A criterion for regular sequences
, 2004
"... Abstract. Let R be a commutative noetherian ring and f1,..., fr ∈ R. In this article we give (cf. the Theorem in §2) a criterion for f1,..., fr to be regular sequence for a finitely generated module over R which strengthens and generalises a result in [2]. As an immediate consequence we deduce that ..."
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Abstract. Let R be a commutative noetherian ring and f1,..., fr ∈ R. In this article we give (cf. the Theorem in §2) a criterion for f1,..., fr to be regular sequence for a finitely generated module over R which strengthens and generalises a result in [2]. As an immediate consequence we deduce
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