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Enlightenment capacity for Powerful Face Recognition mechanism Using DCT algorithm

Enlightenment capacity for Powerful Face Recognition mechanism Using DCT algorithm

Here in our project the basic step is to make the face into “N” number of partitions such a way that it cannot be divided further to equal parts. Each and every divided part of the picture is called as “PIXEL”. Regarding the picture division we can see this in figure2. Here in this research, we deploy the mechanism called as LTV mechanism which was recently developed [10] used for image identification and splitting purposes. By correlating with existing mechanisms which already exist, LTV algorithm having a special feature of capability and edge preservation technique. By doing log function on Eq.(2), LTV mechanism is treated as below:
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A complex mechanism of call recognition in the katydid
Neoconocephalus affinis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)

A complex mechanism of call recognition in the katydid Neoconocephalus affinis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)

Species of Neoconocephalus with single-pulsed calls recognize the calls by the absence of gaps, which represents the ancestral call recognition mechanism in this genus (Snyder, 2008). Silent gaps longer than a few milliseconds render calls unattractive in N. robustus and N. nebrascensis, which have retained the ancestral mechanism. Both species respond well to continuous sinusoids (Deily and Schul, 2004). Neoconocephalus species that produce double pulses, including N. bivocatus and N. triops, have a derived recognition system that attends to pulse rates rather than to the absence of gaps (Deily and Schul, 2004; Beckers and Schul, 2008), and thus require amplitude modulation. N. affinis uses both elements: while the primary cue is the pulse rate of the signal, the ancestral recognition mechanism is retained in the aversion to silent gaps. Although the intervals between closing pulses are much longer in N. affinis than in N. robustus, both species have solved this problem –20
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Handwritten Marathi Character Recognition Using R-HOG Feature

Handwritten Marathi Character Recognition Using R-HOG Feature

A Support Vector Machine (SVM) k-NN based classifier using Zernike moment as features for recognition was proposed by kale et al. [7]. They normalized character image into 30× 30 pixels images and divided them into zones. Zernike moment features were extracted from each zone. Wahi et. al. [8] used wavelet transform and Zernike moments based features Using Neural network classifier to recognize handwritten Tamil pattern recognition. In this work author used wavelet transform to reduce the image size and to maintain the accuracy and time needed for processing. The work proposed by Shelke and Apte [2] for handwritten Marathi compound characters work on wavelet features approach for recognition mechanism and uses neural network classifier. Chain code based approach for printed Bengali character Recognition was proposed by Sikadar et al.[9], in which the character features are classified into the small size of levels, high levels features was calculated based on pixel arrangement and thickness, while the lower levels features was calculated using a chain code technique.
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SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL OXYMETHYLENE NUCLEOSIDES OF LACTOSE AND MALTOSE, DESIGN AND SYNTHESIS OF NEW ACIDIC CARBOHYDRATE DERIVED RESOLVING AGENTS

SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL OXYMETHYLENE NUCLEOSIDES OF LACTOSE AND MALTOSE, DESIGN AND SYNTHESIS OF NEW ACIDIC CARBOHYDRATE DERIVED RESOLVING AGENTS

We intended to design new acidic resolving agents from carbohydrates and study the chiral recognition mechanism. Use of carbohydrates for this purpose has the following advantages. i) They are available in various chiral forms ii) they can be derivatized to achieve the required conformational regidity for effective resolution and iii) finally study the recognition phenomena.

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Building Distributed Chronicles for Fault Diagnostic in Distributed Systems using Continuous Query Language (CQL)

Building Distributed Chronicles for Fault Diagnostic in Distributed Systems using Continuous Query Language (CQL)

________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Abstract - The chronicles paradigm has been used to determine fault in dynamic systems, allows modeling the temporal relationships between observable events and describing the patterns of behavior of the system. The mechanisms used until now usually use semi-centralized approaches, which consist of a central component, that is responsible for making the final inference about the fault diagnosis of the system based on the information collected from the local diagnosers. This model has problems when is implemented for monitoring very large systems, due to the bottleneck representing the central component. In this paper we define a recognition mechanism for a recognition fully distributed of chronicle using Continuous Query Language (CQL). This approach is tested in a classical Web Service Application.
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OBJECT RECOGNITION IN THE ANIMATION SYSTEM

OBJECT RECOGNITION IN THE ANIMATION SYSTEM

Recently there are numerous works in the field of animation [1, 2, 6]. In the paper we present the object recognition mechanism in the ANIMATION system – a system for animation scene and contents creation, retrieval and display. The system is based on MPEG-4 standard [3, 4]. The ANIMATION system contains three separate tools: (1) the ANIMATION editor, (2) the ANIMATION searches by contents engine, and (3) the ANIMATION display tool. The first tool of the system is an editor for preparing an animation according to the MPEG 4 standard. The second toll is a search engine by animation contents. It includes tools for specifying the animation media objects, which we search by their properties (attributes), mutual position of the search objects, and spatial-temporal changes of these objects. The object recognition mechanism in the ANIMATION system includes three steps: (1) Low level animation images analysis - element recognition based on the Attribute Relational Graphs (ARG). During the element analysis, an ARG representation of the animation scene (in terms of basic elements of the application domain, their relationships and attributes) is obtained and store in
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An attention-based deep learning model for clinical named entity recognition of Chinese electronic medical records

An attention-based deep learning model for clinical named entity recognition of Chinese electronic medical records

As shown in Fig. 3, we analyzed entity recognition performance on five types in CCKS 2018 dataset. The BiLSTM-Att-CRF model achieves better per- formance on most types of entities, but it is a little worse on “Symptom Description” entities than CRF model. The limitation of dataset is one possible rea- son. There are a lot of “Symptom Description” en- tities with inconsistent labels in the training set, for example, “不适 (uncomfortable)” is annotated as “In- dependent Symptom” in the context of “进食不适 (eating was uncomfortable)”, it is also annotated as “Symptom Description” in the context of “上腹胀痛 不适 (abdominal was pain and uncomfortable)”, but it is not annotated as any type in “无其他不适”(no other uncomfortable). Furthermore, the semantically related information of “Symptom Description” en- tities usually have longer distance from the entities, and sometimes they might not be in one sentence split by commas. Therefore they cannot be learned by our sentence-level attention layer, such as the
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Honeybee (Apis mellifera) vision can discriminate between and
recognise images of human faces

Honeybee (Apis mellifera) vision can discriminate between and recognise images of human faces

In normal human subjects, the processing by the visual and neural system for faces is very fast (Campbell et al., 1997; Pascalis et al., 2002) and can deal with a large number of different faces (Standing et al., 1970; Bruce, 1988). Whilst an insect’s brain is unlikely to be able to reach these levels of performance, our results show that recognition of human faces can be achieved by a honeybee brain following differential conditioning to this class of visual stimuli. This suggests that face recognition is a task that can be solved, at least to a certain level, by a general neural system that has a reasonable degree of plasticity. The finding that bees can reliably recognise faces may seem surprising in the context that there are human subjects who suffer from prosopagnosia and are unable to recognise the faces of familiar persons, despite having reasonably normal visual processing (Rizzo et al., 1987; De Renzi and di Pellegrino, 1998; Duchaine, 2004). However, there is evidence that subjects with prosopagnosia may covertly recognise individual faces and that the inability to be able to report recognition is due to limitations on the activation of associated memory for a face (Tranel and Damasio, 1985), even though the visual system has captured sufficient information to allow for a recognition (Tranel and Damasio, 1985; Rizzo et al., 1987). The results in this current study show that even bees are capable of recognising human faces and thus supports the view that the human brain may not need to have a visual area specific for the recognition of faces (Gauthier et al., 2000; Tarr and Gauthier, 2000; Tarr and Cheng, 2003). However, the result cannot fully exclude the possibility that the human brain does have a specific region for the processing of faces since there is also evidence from one subject for whom face processing remains normal despite agnosia (a recognition deficit) for non-face objects (Moscovitch et al., 1997). Further experiments with bees that tackle fundamental questions that have been investigated in humans for face recognition tasks (Yin, 1969; Carey and Diamond, 1977; Bruce, 1988; Rizzo et al., 1987; Tanaka and Farah, 1993; Tanaka and Sengco, 1997; Collishaw and Hole, 2000) may reveal the extent to which a relatively simple brain can solve these tasks and may thus help define a baseline for the minimum cognitive resources required to facilitate face recognition.
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Numerical studies of the low pressure RF plasma

Numerical studies of the low pressure RF plasma

The recognition that sheath heating is an important mechanism in low pressure rf plasmas is largely due to Godyak and coworkers [45] who examined this process in connection with power lo[r]

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Developing a model of speech recognition process from an autopoietic approach

Developing a model of speech recognition process from an autopoietic approach

the model of the speech recognition has three main components; namely a signal analysis engine, an acoustic modelling mechanism and a word matching function.. The signal analysis compone[r]

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Enhancing the Security of Cloud Computing: Genetic Algorithm and Qr Code Approach

Enhancing the Security of Cloud Computing: Genetic Algorithm and Qr Code Approach

will be processed by RSA algorithmic rule, Face Recognition by Genetic algorithmic rule, Generate 3D QR code of a singular waterproof address. RSA cryptosystem was designed in 1977 by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and author Adelman. this method could be a a lot of popular public key algorithmic rule for its simplicity. This security stands to calculate the weather of an enormous composite whole number. Currently factorization 1024 bits whole number is assumed to be as complex because the employment of 280 that is that the current benchmark utilized in cryptography. The high management price and storage usage bring the algorithmic rule within the analysis space [1]. face expression recognition by a pc will be parted into 2 approaches ar constitutionally based mostly and facing-based. In constituent-based access, recognition is founded on the link in human facial characteristics like as eyes, lip, nose, profile silhouettes and face boundary [2]. Genetic algorithmic rule, that is currently each day at the best used and efficient algorithmic rule within the passing generation. It mainly performs 3 steps for checking. Those steps ar Mutation, Crossover, and Genesis. The persistence of mutation in Gas is preserving and introducing diversity. it's a genetic operator, that maintains genetic diversity from one generation of a population of genetic algorithmic rule chromosomes to succeeding. Then the crossover is that the different constituent of the Genetic algorithmic rule that primarily applied for the matching. In our operation, this can be the most ingredient. Genesis is that the closing element of GA which is employed for mutation and crossover formula within the programming section [3]. waterproof
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Molecular Mechanism of Flocculation Self Recognition in Yeast and Its Role in Mating and Survival

Molecular Mechanism of Flocculation Self Recognition in Yeast and Its Role in Mating and Survival

tions can be important for cell adhesion phenomena since glycans occur on the outermost cell periphery and therefore are likely involved in the first intercellular contacts (31–34). Hence, the role of the glycans present on N-Flo1p in the flocculation event was further studied by analyzing the purified Flo1p glycans. Using AFM imaging, it is shown that glycans aggregate in the presence of Ca 2⫹ (Fig. 3A to C). The initial steps in cell recognition and adhe- sion events by carbohydrate-carbohydrate interactions can be fur- ther reinforced by other intercellular interactions, e.g., lectin- carbohydrate interactions. The presence of these two types of interaction points to a two-stage cell-cell adhesion process. The long, flexible glycans have a high probability of interaction when cells are moving toward each other. These interactions stabilize the cell-cell interactions, allowing the nonreducing glycan ends to penetrate the binding pocket. Divalent Ca 2⫹ cations play a crucial role in both types of interaction. These results show that the cell- cell adhesion mechanism for flocculating yeast cells is based on glycan-lectin binding as well as on glycan-glycan interactions (Fig. 6) and actually unify the generally accepted lectin hypothesis (35) with the historically first-proposed molecular cell floccula- tion mechanism, i.e., the “Ca 2⫹ -bridge” hypothesis (36, 37). This hypothesis states that flocculation is based on ionic interactions stabilized by hydrogen bonds and on the involvement of Ca 2⫹ ions that form bridges between flocculating cells by linking the carboxyl groups present on the cell surface. Our results show that Ca 2⫹ can bridge cells through glycan-glycan interactions.
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Speech Recognition for English Language Pattern Recognition Approach

Speech Recognition for English Language Pattern Recognition Approach

The input for this sub system is the output of feature extractor. The feature which were generated before is match with the feature of acoustic model. This acoustic model know the feature of words that are placed in language model. So the language components contain all the words to be recognize and acoustic component have their feature. When the recognition system receive the signal then it is recognize through Hidden Markov Modelling.

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Short tailed stx phages exploit the conserved YaeT protein to disseminate shiga toxin genes among enterobacteria

Short tailed stx phages exploit the conserved YaeT protein to disseminate shiga toxin genes among enterobacteria

tabases (GenBank accession numbers BAB87868, NP_612899, NP_050557, NP_286993), NP_309255, and NP_859099), con- firmed that all of these phages possess tail spike proteins with identical or highly conserved sequences (Fig. 8). Through ex- amination of the short-tailed Stx phage genomes that are avail- able, it is clear that they possess only the tail spike protein for host recognition, as does bacteriophage lambda for recognition of its potential host cells (7, 31). The ability of all of the short-tailed phages in our collection to adsorb to the surface of E. coli K-12 strain MC1061 was demonstrated, as was inhibi- tion of binding in competition assays with anti-H-YaeT (data not shown). Thus, YaeT is likely to be an Stx phage recognition site of considerable importance to the epidemiology of Shiga toxin dispersal among populations of E. coli and possibly gram- negative bacteria in general.
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Excretion Reuptake Route of β Hexosaminidase in Normal and I Cell Disease Cultured Fibroblasts

Excretion Reuptake Route of β Hexosaminidase in Normal and I Cell Disease Cultured Fibroblasts

phosphate, normal fibroblast cultures accumulated in the medium only a fraction of the enzyme excreted by I-cell disease fibroblasts in the same period. Furthermore, this minimal loss of enzyme to the medium did not result in a decrease of intracellular enzyme activity. Finally, if the defect in I-cell disease were only because of an impairment of a reuptake mechanism that involves only 12% of the total enzyme, then 88% of the newly synthesized enzyme should be retained by I-cell fibroblasts, resulting in intracellular activity three to nine times higher than that which is observed. These data are consistent with our previous
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Deep Learning Applied To Arabic And Latin Scripts: A Review

Deep Learning Applied To Arabic And Latin Scripts: A Review

In this domain, the system is trained on unlabeled data. The unsupervised algorithm learns useful properties of the structure of the dataset [7]. The earlier works use Deep Belief Networks (DBN) and Convolutional Deep Belief Networks (CDBN). Like CNNs, DBNs and CDBNs are also used for automatic feature extraction. The advantage is that the DBNs and CDBNs are generative models and can be used to extract features even from unlabeled data. In [35] the authors use DBNs and and CDBNs in their experiments for Arabic character and word recognition. For character recognition, they use HACDB [25] database while for the word recognition they use IFN/ENIT database DBNs are a good choice if all the images are aligned by means of size, rotation and translation. CDBNs can learn low level features like lines and edges in the lower layers, arcs and corners in the middle layers and distinctive parts like circles and loops in the higher layers. Since in the unconstrained handwriting from multiple writers, the letters and words can have a lot of variation in size, slant and skew, CDBNs are a better choice than DBNs. Continuing their work [36], they test two regularization techniques namely dropout and dropconnect on the DBN. Dropconnect is another regularization technique used in Neural Networks based deep learning models in which we only set the individual weights of a node to zero rather than the node itself. Therefore, the node remains partially active. DBN with dropout reduces the error rate by 0.91% while DBN with dropconnect reduces the error rate by 1.37%.Unfortunately unsupervised learning techniques like DBNs and CDBNs couldn’t gain much popularity in the document analysis community because of their inferior performance compared to supervised approaches. Recently there is a growing interest in Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) [36
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Antibody Recognition of the Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Virus Hemagglutinin Receptor Binding Site

Antibody Recognition of the Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Virus Hemagglutinin Receptor Binding Site

Although 5J8 and other antibodies mimic certain moieties of the receptor, the region of the binding site occupied by the glycerol moiety of sialic acid is not contacted by these antibodies (Fig. 9B). As there is only space for a single antibody loop to enter into the binding groove, the level of receptor mimicry therefore has spatial limitations. Sterics also play a role in antibody recognition, as the 133a insertion present in pandemic H1 strains appears to be an important binding determinant for these H1-specific antibodies. For example, binding by 5J8 depends largely on the presence of the 133a insertion, whereas CH65 appears to favor binding to strains without the insertion (Table 2), although CH67 modestly neutral- izes pandemic strains (5). The 133a insertion may thus dictate the specificity of any subsequent design efforts against the RBS of H1 isolates. Obviously, it is overly simplistic to distinguish the anti- bodies by a single amino acid, considering they have distinct bind- ing footprints on HA and use different angles of approach (Fig. 9). However, it is compelling to note that these antibodies comple- ment each other and jointly recognize all H1 human isolates tested since the H1N1 virus reemerged in humans in 1977 (Table 2). As avidity by bivalent IgG increases the affinity of each antibody to HA, it could be possible to use a bispecific antibody (47), i.e., with one arm as 5J8 and the other as CH65 or CH67, as a potential therapeutic or diagnostic for existing and emerging H1 viruses.
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The structure of sulfated polysaccharides ensures a carbohydrate based mechanism for species recognition during sea urchin fertilization

The structure of sulfated polysaccharides ensures a carbohydrate based mechanism for species recognition during sea urchin fertilization

Phylogenetic relationships and species divergence times of sea urchins and a summary of the structure of the polysaccha- rides from their egg jellies are shown in Fig. 7. These observations indicate that the genes involved in the biosynthesis of the sulfated fucans did not evolve in concordance with evolutionary distance, but underwent a dramatic change near the tip of the Strongylocentrotid tree. The AR specificity could have played a role in establishing the prezygotic reproductive isolation that gave rise to these species. There is evidence that S. droebachiensis and S. pallidus separated from S. purpuratus before their diver- gence from each other. The bindin mechanism may have func- tioned as an isolation mechanism in the earlier separation of the lineage from S. purpuratus. A later speciation event originated the species S. droebachiensis and S. pallidus, possibly due to incom- patibility of the sulfated fucans and AR induction (sulfated polysac- charide-based mechanism).
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Low Cost Automation for Sorting of Objects on Conveyor Belt

Low Cost Automation for Sorting of Objects on Conveyor Belt

Till today many efforts are made to design wise systems to fulfil object color recognition and sorting mechanism using various color sensors, image processing software’s like MATLAB and necessary mechanical assembly to sort object that has been developed in the form of either conveyer belt or robotic arm using ARM processor, Arduino and Microcontroller.

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Cooperative Avoidance Control-based Interval Fuzzy Kohonen Networks Algorithm in Simple Swarm Robots

Cooperative Avoidance Control-based Interval Fuzzy Kohonen Networks Algorithm in Simple Swarm Robots

The experimental set-up utilizes 5 sensors from the right side to the left side of the mobile robot to determine their distance to the obstacle. Swarm robots mustrecognize their environment in order to perform it’s tasks in the dynamic world [31]. Therefore the environmental recognition problem must be addressed in order to have robust performance of the swarm controller. The problem of identifying the environmental pattern is often hard, due to the sensor readings which are usually uninformative and produce large amounts of noise [30]. In this work IFKN algorithm is utilized in order to recognize the environmental pattern and identify the near by swarm robots. Figure 7(a)-(d) showthe starting positions of the 5 smaller robots with different positions of square-shape obstacles. It is observed that the swarm robots have managed to navigate successfully.
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