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What is the Set of Images of an Object Under All Possible Lighting Conditions
 IEEE CVPR
, 1996
"... The appearance of a particular object depends on both the viewpoint from which it is observed and the light sources by which it is illuminated. If the appearance of two objects is never identical for any pose or lighting conditions, then in theory the objects can always be distinguished or recogni ..."
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or recognized. The question arises: What is the set of images of an object under all lighting conditions and pose? In this paper, ive consider only the set of images of an object under variable allumination (including multiple, extended light sources and attached shadows). We prove that the set of n
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"... Analyses of questionnaire data from a program evaluation indicate that the two dichotomous items "Would you recommend this to a friend? " and "Would you choose to do this again?" are not as interchangeable as might be expected from the survey literature. As part of the evaluation ..."
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with complete data on all variables of interest. Responses to the recommendtoafriend option were more highly associated with the nine subscales related to program evaluation, and somewhat less influenced by personal situations of respondents. For evaluation purposes, the phrasing "Would you recommend
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"... rica s be ent th s sts lar exp are either constrained from spreading laterally during the impact event or are left unconstrained. The tive cl otfirs and th began e ballis led to a slew of numerical studies into the effects of yarn material properties, interyarn and projectilefabric friction, and ..."
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, and fabric clamping conditions on the ballistic impact response. These studies provided much more insight into the physics of the ballistic impact event however there were two primary limitations. The first limiis limitatio troduced b inherent s cal variability into the impact simulations and was cap
Bulk parameterization of airsea fluxes for Tropical OceanGlobal Atmosphere CoupledOcean Atmosphere Response Experiment
 Journal of Geophysical Research
, 1996
"... Abstract. This paper describes the various physical processes relating nearsurface atmospheric and oceanographic bulk variables; their relationship to the surface fluxes of momentum, sensible heat, and latent heat; and their expression in a bulk flux algorithm. The algorithm follows the standard Mo ..."
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in the three different cruise legs made during the Coupled OceanAtmosphere R sponse Experiment. These measurements yielded 1622 fiftymin averages of fluxes and bulk variables in the wind speed range from 0.5 to 10 rn s•. The analysis gives statistically reliable values for the Charnock [1955] constant (Ix
The monotone circuit complexity of Boolean functions
 COMBINATORICA
, 1987
"... Recently, Razborov obtained superpolynomial lower bounds for monotone circuits that lect cliques in graphs. In particular, Razborov showed that detecting cliques of size s in a graph dh m vertices requires monotone circuits of size.Q(m'/(log m) ~') for fixed s, and size rn ao°~') for ..."
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Recently, Razborov obtained superpolynomial lower bounds for monotone circuits that lect cliques in graphs. In particular, Razborov showed that detecting cliques of size s in a graph dh m vertices requires monotone circuits of size.Q(m'/(log m) ~') for fixed s, and size rn ao
Backtracking Algorithms for Disjunctions of Temporal Constraints
 Artificial Intelligence
, 1998
"... We extend the framework of simple temporal problems studied originally by Dechter, Meiri and Pearl to consider constraints of the form x1 \Gamma y1 r1 : : : xn \Gamma yn rn , where x1 : : : xn ; y1 : : : yn are variables ranging over the real numbers, r1 : : : rn are real constants, and n 1. W ..."
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We extend the framework of simple temporal problems studied originally by Dechter, Meiri and Pearl to consider constraints of the form x1 \Gamma y1 r1 : : : xn \Gamma yn rn , where x1 : : : xn ; y1 : : : yn are variables ranging over the real numbers, r1 : : : rn are real constants, and n 1
BOUNDARY RnG~D~TY
"... The purpose of this investigation was to study the fatigue behavior of t.h~n we.b 9!fders o The inve:st:~gataon was d~rected pr~marny t.oward the determ~nation of the effects of flange rigidity and vertical stiffener rigidity on the fatigue behavior of individual panels of thin web girders o A consi ..."
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and flexure. Five additional tests were completed on girders in which the only variable was the rigid~ty of the vertica1 stiffenersoThe investigation revealed the manner in which thin web girder panels fail in fatngue. The effects of flange rigidity and vertical stiffener rIgidity on fatigue 1 ife were
Variable exponent trace spaces
 Studia Math
"... Abstract. The trace space of W 1,p(·)(Rn × [0,∞)) consists of those functions on Rn that can be extended to functions of W 1,p(·)(Rn × [0,∞)) (as in the fixedexponent case). Under the assumption that p is globally logHölder continuous, we show that the trace space depends only on the values of p ..."
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Abstract. The trace space of W 1,p(·)(Rn × [0,∞)) consists of those functions on Rn that can be extended to functions of W 1,p(·)(Rn × [0,∞)) (as in the fixedexponent case). Under the assumption that p is globally logHölder continuous, we show that the trace space depends only on the values of p
Release of 222 Rn from some soils
, 1995
"... Abstract. Measurements have been made of ���Rn release from diverse soils in the region surrounding Málaga, Spain. These flux measurements were carried out by two methods. A direct method using a static chamber technique and another indirect method obtained from concentration profile measurements of ..."
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of ���Rn in the soil air. The effects of meteorological variables and other parameters on ���Rn flux were studied. The factors that most affected the instantaneous value of ���Rn release were humidity and soil thermal gradient. The directly measured ���Rn fluxes at investigated sites are higher than ���Rn
Generalized Rolle Theorem in R^n and C
, 1996
"... . The Rolle theorem for functions of one real variable asserts that the number of zeros of f on a real connected interval can be at most that of f 0 plus 1. The following inequality is a multidimensional generalization of the Rolle theorem: if ` [0; 1] ! R n , t 7! x(t), is a closed smooth spat ..."
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. The Rolle theorem for functions of one real variable asserts that the number of zeros of f on a real connected interval can be at most that of f 0 plus 1. The following inequality is a multidimensional generalization of the Rolle theorem: if ` [0; 1] ! R n , t 7! x(t), is a closed smooth
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