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Modeling Transient Conduction in Enclosed Regions Between Isothermal Boundaries of Arbitrary Shape
"... Analytical models are developed to predict dimensionless heat flow rate for transient conduction in the doubly connected region formed between an arbitrarily shaped, isothermal inner body and its surrounding isothermal enclosure. This modeling procedure is based on limiting cases and trends identifi ..."
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Analytical models are developed to predict dimensionless heat flow rate for transient conduction in the doubly connected region formed between an arbitrarily shaped, isothermal inner body and its surrounding isothermal enclosure. This modeling procedure is based on limiting cases and trends
Enclosing Land, Enclosing Adivasis: Colonial Agriculture and Adivasis in Central India,
"... British colonial rule in India sought to bring the relatively autonomous forest and hill people under its governance through various policies. Land revenue policies combined with modern agricultural technology played a crucial role in expanding colonial statemaking in forest and hill areas. This p ..."
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up as marginalised and excluded from this process. The colonial project of enclosing land thus enclosed the adivasis and stigmatised them as primitive or isolated communities. The isolation of the adivasis was a result of their marginalisation under the colonial rule. In this way, a boundary
Thermal Comfort in Enclosed Lift Lobby of a Tropical Educational Institution
"... The enclosed lift lobby is categorized as unique building transitional space. This paper reports on an evaluation of thermal comfort conditions in a prominent building transitional space – the enclosed lift lobby of an educational institution in Malaysia, using a field survey which included objectiv ..."
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objective measurement and subjective assessment. The temperature setpoint of an air conditioner was increased to investigate human thermal perception in the enclosed region. Comparison was made on the percentage of thermal sensation, preference, acceptability, general comfort and effect on work
Flux Maximizing Geometric Flows
 IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
, 2001
"... Several geometric active contour models have been proposed for segmentation in computer vision and image analysis. The essential idea is to evolve a curve (in 2D) or a surface (in 3D) under constraints from image forces so that it clings to features of interest in an intensity image. Recent variatio ..."
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variations on this theme take into account properties of enclosed regions and allow for multiple curves or surfaces to be simultaneously represented. However, it is still unclear how to apply these techniques to images of narrow elongated structures, such as blood vessels, where intensity contrast may be low
1 Differentiability of the volume of a region enclosed by level sets
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"... The level of a function f on R n encloses a region. The volume of a region between two such levels depends on both levels. Fixing one of them the volume becomes a function of the remaining level. We show that if the function f is smooth, the volume function is again smooth for regular values of f. F ..."
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The level of a function f on R n encloses a region. The volume of a region between two such levels depends on both levels. Fixing one of them the volume becomes a function of the remaining level. We show that if the function f is smooth, the volume function is again smooth for regular values of f
On kEnclosing Objects in a Coloured Point Set
"... We introduce the exact coloured kenclosing object problem: given a set P of n points in R2, each of which has an associated colour in {1,..., t}, and a vector c = (c1,..., ct), where ci ∈ Z+ for each 1 ≤ i ≤ t, find a region that contains exactly ci points of P of colour i for each i. We examine t ..."
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We introduce the exact coloured kenclosing object problem: given a set P of n points in R2, each of which has an associated colour in {1,..., t}, and a vector c = (c1,..., ct), where ci ∈ Z+ for each 1 ≤ i ≤ t, find a region that contains exactly ci points of P of colour i for each i. We examine
AHYBRIDMETHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF RADOME ENCLOSED HORN ANTENNA
"... Abstract—In this paper, the hybrid physical optics/boundary integralfinite elementmode matching (PO/BIFEMM) method is proposed for the analysis of the horn antenna enclosed by the electrically large radome. The radome is modeled by the PO method, and the BIFEMM method is implemented to the hor ..."
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Abstract—In this paper, the hybrid physical optics/boundary integralfinite elementmode matching (PO/BIFEMM) method is proposed for the analysis of the horn antenna enclosed by the electrically large radome. The radome is modeled by the PO method, and the BIFEMM method is implemented
N (2005) Rapid detection of salient regions: evidence from apparent motion
 J Vis 5: 690–701. PLoS ONE  www.plosone.org 9 October 2008  Volume 3  Issue 10  e3505
"... Most studies that have used Kanizsatype illusory figures to investigate perceptual completion have treated the crisp bounding illusory contours (ICs) and the enclosed region as nondissociable stimulus attributes. However, there is evidence that enclosed ''salient regions'' (SRs ..."
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Most studies that have used Kanizsatype illusory figures to investigate perceptual completion have treated the crisp bounding illusory contours (ICs) and the enclosed region as nondissociable stimulus attributes. However, there is evidence that enclosed ''salient regions
Sweeping Minimum Perimeter Enclosing Parallelograms: Optimal Crumb Cleanup
"... We examine the problem of pushing all the points of a planar region into one point using parallel sweeps of an infinite line, minimizing the sum of the lengths of the sweep vectors. We characterize the optimal 2sweeps of triangles, and provide a lineartime algorithm for convex polygons. 1 ..."
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We examine the problem of pushing all the points of a planar region into one point using parallel sweeps of an infinite line, minimizing the sum of the lengths of the sweep vectors. We characterize the optimal 2sweeps of triangles, and provide a lineartime algorithm for convex polygons. 1
Minimal enclosing circle and two and three point partitions of a plane
 In Proc.International Conference on Scientific Computing
, 2006
"... Partitions of a plane, based on two or three of its points, are introduced. The study of these partitions is applied to finding the minimal enclosing circle (MEC) for a set S of n planar points. MEC(S), the MEC of n points of S, is defined by either a pair of S points with the largest distance (tigh ..."
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Partitions of a plane, based on two or three of its points, are introduced. The study of these partitions is applied to finding the minimal enclosing circle (MEC) for a set S of n planar points. MEC(S), the MEC of n points of S, is defined by either a pair of S points with the largest distance
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