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TSMC
2010
8 years 2 months ago
Advances in View-Invariant Human Motion Analysis: A Review
Abstract--As viewpoint issue is becoming a bottleneck for human motion analysis and its application, in recent years, researchers have been devoted to view-invariant human motion a...
Xiaofei Ji, Honghai Liu
ICIAP
2009
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
Towards a Theoretical Framework for Learning Multi-modal Patterns for Embodied Agents
Multi-modality is a fundamental feature that characterizes biological systems and lets them achieve high robustness in understanding skills while coping with uncertainty. Relativel...
Nicoletta Noceti, Barbara Caputo, Claudio Castelli...
BMCBI
2005
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8 years 7 months ago
BioCreAtIvE Task1A: entity identification with a stochastic tagger
Background: Our approach to Task 1A was inspired by Tanabe and Wilbur's ABGene system [1,2]. Like Tanabe and Wilbur, we approached the problem as one of part-of-speech taggin...
Shuhei Kinoshita, K. Bretonnel Cohen, Philip V. Og...
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
8 years 11 months ago
Locust Olfaction
During odour recognition, excitatory and inhibitory groups of neurons in the second stage of the locust olfactory system, the antennal lobe (AL), fire alternately. There is little...
David C. Sterratt
CONNECTION
2006
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8 years 7 months ago
Temporal sequence detection with spiking neurons: towards recognizing robot language instructions
We present an approach for recognition and clustering of spatio temporal patterns based on networks of spiking neurons with active dendrites and dynamic synapses. We introduce a n...
Christo Panchev, Stefan Wermter
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