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Dogs prefer digital to analogue TV - Google Groups
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doubt if anyone knows whether dogs have the same persistence of vision, nor if any experiment could measure it. However, if they don't, or if it's different from ours, what they may be seeing is just a headache-inducing flicker as we do, say, with strobe lighting. LCD screens, however, are different. The picture does not flicker. Dogs
Retina | Psychology Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
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The retina does so by "decorrelating" the incoming images in a manner to be described below. These operations are carried out by the center surround structures as implemented by …
Retina | Wiki | Everipedia
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Human and non-human primates possess one fovea as opposed to certain bird species such as hawks who are bifoviate and dogs and cats who possess no fovea but a central band known as the visual streak. Around the fovea extends the central retina for about 6 mm and then the peripheral retina. The edge of the retina is defined by the ora serrata.
US20040128080A1 - Clustering biological data using mutual ...
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US20040128080A1 - Clustering biological data using mutual ...
EP1260968A1 - Method and system for recognizing, indexing ...
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A computerized method extracts features from an acoustic signal generated from one or more sources. The acoustic signal are first windowed and filtered to produce a spectral envelope for each source. The dimensionality of the spectral envelope is then reduced to produce a set of features for the acoustic signal. The features in the set are clustered to produce a group of features for each of ...
Feature Visualization - Distill
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Abstract-The analysis of medical images has been woven into the fabric of the Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI) community since the earliest days of these Transactions. Initially, the efforts in this area were seen as applying pattern analysis and computer vision techniquss lo …
Evaluating a robust contour tracker on echocardiographic ...
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Learning the right thing with visual attributes Kristen Grauman Department of Computer Science ... By decorrelating attributes, our attribute detectors ... Fluffy dogs Non-fluffy dogs Impractical! Would need examples for all category-attribute
Learning the right thing with visual attributes
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3 DeCov: Decorrelating Hidden Representations 15 ... Pictures of dogs can have the same variations as cat pictures, yet some dogs can look quite similar to cats; the latter have small inter-class variance. These problems mean that two things can be described quite ... Images are thought of as vectors in Rd by concatenating all of their pixels.
Understanding Representations and Reducing their ...
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1/1/2012 · We demonstrate that mice overexpressing catalase targeted to mitochondria (mCAT) attenuate pressure overload-induced heart failure. An improved method of label-free unbiased analysis of the mitochondrial proteome was applied to the mouse model of heart failure induced by transverse aortic ...
Mitochondrial proteome remodelling in pressure overload ...
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It has previously been suggested that neurons with line and edge selectivities found in primary visual cortex of cats and monkeys form a sparse, distributed representation of natural scenes, and it has been reasoned that such responses should emerge from an unsupervised learning algorithm that attempts to find a factorial code of independent visual features.
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patterns, respectively. The images have a size of 32 32 pixels, which are converted to gray scale and normalized per pixel position to zero mean and unit variance. Each pat-tern is assigned to one out of ten classes representing trucks, cats, or dogs for example. An input sequence for the models is generated by randomly selecting Npatterns of
A Hippocampus Model for Online One-Shot Storage of Pattern ...
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With the recent progress in visual recognition, we have already started to see a surge of vision related real-world applications. These applications, unlike general scene understanding, are task oriented and require specific information from visual data. Considering the current growth in new sensory devices, feature designs, feature learning methods, and algorithms, the search in the space of ...
A Task-Oriented Approach for Cost-Sensitive Recognition ...
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7/18/2012 · Dissociable brain systems mediate vicarious learning of stimulus-response and action-outcome contingencies. ... We hypothesized that, in the C-R condition, by decorrelating actions from specific beaker outcomes, while conditioning monetary reward on the mapping of actions to antecedent cues, we would bias the observer towards habitual ...
Dissociable brain systems mediate vicarious learning of ...
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7/18/2012 · Two distinct strategies have been suggested to support action selection in humans and other animals on the basis of experiential learning: a goal-directed strategy that generates decisions based on the value and causal antecedents of action outcomes, and a habitual strategy that relies on the automatic elicitation of actions by environmental stimuli.
Dissociable Brain Systems Mediate Vicarious Learning of ...
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Retina can also refer to the Kodak Retina camera and the Apple . Retina Display.. The vertebrate retina (pron.: / ˈ r ɛ t ɪ n ə / RET-nuh, pl. retinae, pron.: / ˈ r ɛ t i n iː /; from Latin rēte, meaning "net") is a light-sensitive layer of tissue, lining the inner surface of the eye.The optics of the eye create an image of the visual world on the retina, which serves much the same ...