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Classifiers in Almost Empty Spaces
 In 15th International Conference on Pattern Recognition
, 2000
"... Recent developments in defining and training statistical classifiers make it possible to build reliable classifiers in very small sample size problems. Using these techniques advanced problems may be tackled, such as pixel based image recognition and dissimilarity based object classification. It wil ..."
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. It will be explained and illustrated how recognition systems based on support vector machines and subspace classifiers circumvent the curse of dimensionality, and even may find nonlinear decision boundaries for small training sets represented in Hilbert space.
Strongly gravitating empty spaces
, 1999
"... We use various results concerning isometry groups of Riemannian and pseudoRiemannian manifolds to prove that there are spaces on which differential structure can act as a source of gravitational force (Brans conjecture). The result is important for the analysis of the possible physical meaning of d ..."
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We use various results concerning isometry groups of Riemannian and pseudoRiemannian manifolds to prove that there are spaces on which differential structure can act as a source of gravitational force (Brans conjecture). The result is important for the analysis of the possible physical meaning
Quantization of empty space.
, 2008
"... We suggest to use ”minimal ” choice of quantum gravity theory, that is the quantum field theory, in which spacetime is seen as Riemannian space and metrics (or vierbein field) is the dynamical variable. We then suggest to use the simplest acceptable action, that is the squared curvature action. The ..."
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We suggest to use ”minimal ” choice of quantum gravity theory, that is the quantum field theory, in which spacetime is seen as Riemannian space and metrics (or vierbein field) is the dynamical variable. We then suggest to use the simplest acceptable action, that is the squared curvature action
Universes out of Almost Empty Space
, 2008
"... Child universes (inflationary or noninflationary) are regions of spacetime that disconnect from the original ambient spacetime. In the traditional models within the framework of GUT, a mass threshold of about 50 kg. is present for the child universe formation process. Here we show, using a particul ..."
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particular realization of a child universe involving stringlike matter, that this threshold can be substantially reduced to arbitrarily small values: production of child universes with arbitrarily small mass threshold is what we call production from almost empty space. Since this possibility has never been
The Regeneration of Urban Empty Space  Detroit
, 2010
"... The depopulation of oncemajor central cities is no longer an uncommon occurrence. Between the years 1950 and 2010, over 350 large cities worldwide lost a significant number of residents, businesses, and industries. Following nearly a halfcentury of shrinkage, a few urban centers rediscovered the b ..."
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responses associated with the extensive suburbanization and the subsequent emergence of urban empty space in Detroit. Emphasizing the historic formation and strange identity of Detroit’s vacant land becomes the design measure in which to reimagine and regenerate these urban conditions.
Empty Spaces in GroupAnalytic Psychotherapy Groups
, 2006
"... Empty spaces resulting from lateness or absence are not uncommon in groups. The meaning of empty spaces needs to be analyzed not only in and by the groups but also with reference to possible theoretical explanations. They may be understood as manifestations of the antigroup and by referring to noti ..."
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Empty spaces resulting from lateness or absence are not uncommon in groups. The meaning of empty spaces needs to be analyzed not only in and by the groups but also with reference to possible theoretical explanations. They may be understood as manifestations of the antigroup and by referring
New Geometric Formalism for Gravity Equation in Empty Space
, 2004
"... In this paper, complex daor field which can be regarded as the square root of spacetime metric is proposed to represent gravity. Daor field equations in empty space are acquired, which are oneorder differential equations and not conflict with Einstein’s gravity theory. This paper also shows that co ..."
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In this paper, complex daor field which can be regarded as the square root of spacetime metric is proposed to represent gravity. Daor field equations in empty space are acquired, which are oneorder differential equations and not conflict with Einstein’s gravity theory. This paper also shows
The Empty Space Hazard of a Spatial Pattern
, 1994
"... This paper is concerned with the analysis of spatial patterns like those displayed in Figures 1 6, which may be point patterns, line segment or curvilinear patterns, or binary mosaics. The analysis usually begins with the computation of `exploratory' summary statistics such as the empty space ..."
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This paper is concerned with the analysis of spatial patterns like those displayed in Figures 1 6, which may be point patterns, line segment or curvilinear patterns, or binary mosaics. The analysis usually begins with the computation of `exploratory' summary statistics such as the empty
On the Empty Space Function of Some GermGrain Models
, 1997
"... : We derive and discuss formulas for the density and the hazard rate of the empty space function of a germgrain model \Xi in R d generated by a stationary point process \Phi and i.i.d. convex primary grains \Xi n , n 2 N, that are independent of \Phi. Our formulas are based on the Palm probabilit ..."
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: We derive and discuss formulas for the density and the hazard rate of the empty space function of a germgrain model \Xi in R d generated by a stationary point process \Phi and i.i.d. convex primary grains \Xi n , n 2 N, that are independent of \Phi. Our formulas are based on the Palm
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