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Disjoint, Partition and Intersection Constraints for Set and Multiset Variables
 In CP04
, 2004
"... We have started a systematic study of global constraints on set and multiset variables. We consider here disjoint, partition, and intersection constraints. ..."
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We have started a systematic study of global constraints on set and multiset variables. We consider here disjoint, partition, and intersection constraints.
The SRtree: An Index Structure for HighDimensional Nearest Neighbor Queries
, 1997
"... Recently, similarity queries on feature vectors have been widely used to perform contentbased retrieval of images. To apply this technique to large databases, it is required to develop multidimensional index structures supporting nearest neighbor queries e ciently. The SStree had been proposed for ..."
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by the intersection of a bounding sphere and a bounding rectangle. Incorporating bounding rectangles permits neighborhoods to be partitioned into smaller regions than the SStree and improves the disjointness among regions. This enhances the performance on nearest neighbor queries especially for highdimensional
Contour and Texture Analysis for Image Segmentation
, 2001
"... This paper provides an algorithm for partitioning grayscale images into disjoint regions of coherent brightness and texture. Natural images contain both textured and untextured regions, so the cues of contour and texture differences are exploited simultaneously. Contours are treated in the interveni ..."
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This paper provides an algorithm for partitioning grayscale images into disjoint regions of coherent brightness and texture. Natural images contain both textured and untextured regions, so the cues of contour and texture differences are exploited simultaneously. Contours are treated
The adaptive nature of human categorization
 Psychological Review
, 1991
"... A rational model of human categorization behavior is presented that assumes that categorization reflects the derivation of optimal estimates of the probability of unseen features of objects. A Bayesian analysis is performed of what optimal estimations would be if categories formed a disjoint partiti ..."
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A rational model of human categorization behavior is presented that assumes that categorization reflects the derivation of optimal estimates of the probability of unseen features of objects. A Bayesian analysis is performed of what optimal estimations would be if categories formed a disjoint
Disjoint pattern database heuristics
 Artificial Intelligence
, 2002
"... We explore a method for computing admissible heuristic evaluation functions for search problems. It utilizes pattern databases (Culberson & Schaeffer, 1998), which are precomputed tables of the exact cost of solving various subproblems of an existing problem. Unlike standard pattern database heu ..."
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heuristics, however, we partition our problems into disjoint subproblems, so that the costs of solving the different subproblems can be added together without overestimating the cost of solving the original problem. Previously (Korf & Felner, 2002) we showed how to statically partition the sliding
Skipnet: A scalable overlay network with practical locality properties
, 2003
"... Abstract: Scalable overlay networks such as Chord, Pastry, and Tapestry have recently emerged as a flexible infrastructure for building large peertopeer systems. In practice, two disadvantages of such systems are that it is difficult to control where data is stored and difficult to guarantee that ..."
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placement, where content can be placed either on a predetermined node or distributed uniformly across the nodes of a hierarchical naming subtree. An additional useful consequence of SkipNet’s locality properties is that partition failures, in which an entire organization disconnects from the rest
Disjoint products and Spartitions
, 2001
"... Sum of disjoint products (SDP) algorithms analyze network reliability by producing partitions, and Spartitions are certain partitions which generalize shellings. Existing SDP algorithms without multiplevariable inversion produce Spartitions, so Spartitions provide a theoretical framework in whic ..."
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Sum of disjoint products (SDP) algorithms analyze network reliability by producing partitions, and Spartitions are certain partitions which generalize shellings. Existing SDP algorithms without multiplevariable inversion produce Spartitions, so Spartitions provide a theoretical framework
Blind separation of speech mixtures via timefrequency masking
 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SIGNAL PROCESSING (2002) SUBMITTED
, 2004
"... Binary timefrequency masks are powerful tools for the separation of sources from a single mixture. Perfect demixing via binary timefrequency masks is possible provided the timefrequency representations of the sources do not overlap: a condition we calldisjoint orthogonality. We introduce here t ..."
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Binary timefrequency masks are powerful tools for the separation of sources from a single mixture. Perfect demixing via binary timefrequency masks is possible provided the timefrequency representations of the sources do not overlap: a condition we calldisjoint orthogonality. We introduce here
Efficient Algorithms for Mining Outliers from Large Data Sets
, 2000
"... In this paper, we propose a novel formulation for distancebased outliers that is based on the distance of a point from its k th nearest neighbor. We rank each point on the basis of its distance to its k th nearest neighbor and declare the top n points in this ranking to be outliers. In addition ..."
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. In addition to developing relatively straightforward solutions to finding such outliers based on the classical nestedloop join and index join algorithms, we develop a highly efficient partitionbased algorithm for mining outliers. This algorithm first partitions the input data set into disjoint subsets
Disjoint dijoins
"... A “dijoin” in a digraph is a set of edges meeting every directed cut. D. R. Woodall conjectured in 1976 that if G is a digraph, and every directed cut of G has at least k edges, then there are k pairwise disjoint dijoins. This remains open, but a capacitated version is known to be false. In particul ..."
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A “dijoin” in a digraph is a set of edges meeting every directed cut. D. R. Woodall conjectured in 1976 that if G is a digraph, and every directed cut of G has at least k edges, then there are k pairwise disjoint dijoins. This remains open, but a capacitated version is known to be false
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