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 3D Visualization of Multiple Time Series on Maps
Abstract—In the analysis of spatially-referenced timedependent data, gaining an understanding of the spatiotemporal distributions and relationships among the attributes in the...
Sidharth Thakur, Andrew J. Hanson
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IJPRAI
2008
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Unsupervised Learning of a Hierarchy of Topological Maps Using Omnidirectional Images
unsupervised construction of topological maps, which provide an abstraction of the environment in terms of visual aspects. An unsupervised clustering algorithm is used to represent...
Ales Stimec, Matjaz Jogan, Ales Leonardis
SIGIR
1999
ACM
13 years 9 months ago
Deriving Concept Hierarchies from Text
This paper presents a means of automatically deriving a hierarchical organization of concepts from a set of documents without use of training data or standard clustering technique...
Mark Sanderson, W. Bruce Croft
ICCS
2004
Springer
13 years 11 months ago
Improving Generalization Level in UML Models Iterative Cross Generalization in Practice
FCA has been successfully applied to software engineering tasks such as source code analysis and class hierarchy re-organization. Most notably, FCA hematics behind the mechanism of...
Michel Dao, Marianne Huchard, Mohamed Rouane Hacen...
CALCO
2007
Springer
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Algebraic Models of Simultaneous Multithreaded and Multi-core Processors
Much current work on modelling and verifying microprocessors can accommodate pipelined and superscalar processors. However, superscalar and pipelined processors are no longer state...
Neal A. Harman