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Applications of the Transmission Line Matrix Method to Microwave Scanning Microscopy
"... Abstract A threedimensional transmissionline matrix (TLM) model was developed to simulate microwavescanning microscopy. A TLM algorithm that allows the simulation of the scanning was developed. Numerical modeling was carried out for frequencies that are commonly used in microwave nondestructive ..."
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permittivity. The numerical model developed in this paper is based on the symmetric condensed node. The description of the TLM algorithm is given in a Hilbert space using a threeindex notation. I.
II. DEFINITIONS AND NOTATIONS
"... Abstract — This paper introduces two new constructive techniques to complete the determination of the sizes of optimal qary codes of constant weight three and distance four. Index Terms — constantweight codes, large sets with holes, qary constantweight codes, sequences the technique of [1] to wor ..."
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Abstract — This paper introduces two new constructive techniques to complete the determination of the sizes of optimal qary codes of constant weight three and distance four. Index Terms — constantweight codes, large sets with holes, qary constantweight codes, sequences the technique of [1
An index formalism that generalizes the capabilities of matrix notation and algebra to nway arrays
"... The capabilities of matrix notation and algebra are generalized to nway arrays. The resulting language seems easy to use; all the capabilities of matrix notation are retained and most carry over naturally to the nway context. For example, one can multiply a threeway array times a fourway array ..."
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way array to obtain a threeway product. Many of the language’s key characteristics are based on the rules of tensor notation and algebra. The most important example of this is probably the incorporation of subscript/index related information into both the names of array objects and the rules used
Indicators for Social and Economic Coping Capacity  Moving Toward a Working Definition of Adaptive Capacity”, WesleyanCMU Working Paper.
, 2001
"... Abstract This paper offers a practically motivated method for evaluating systems' abilities to handle external stress. The method is designed to assess the potential contributions of various adaptation options to improving systems' coping capacities by focusing attention directly on the u ..."
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, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity illustrated in the river flow example can be expressed in its most general form with a little notation. Let V denote vulnerability, E denote exposure, S denote sensitivity, and A denote adaptive capacity, and let D i index each of the eight determinants of adaptive capacity
the Spectral Algorithm.
"... Here we give a brief introduction to tensor algebra (for more details, see [2]). A tensor is a multidimensional array, and its order is the number of dimensions, also known as modes. In this paper, vectors (tensors of order one) are denoted by boldface lowercase letters, e.g., a. Matrices (tensors o ..."
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of order two) are denoted by boldface capital letters, e.g., A. Higherorder tensors (order three or higher) are denoted by boldface caligraphic letters, e.g., T. Scalars are denoted by lowercase letters, e.g., a. Subarrays of a tensor are formed when a subset of the indices is fixed. Particularly, a fiber
A Comparative Study of Staff Removal Algorithms
"... Abstract — This paper presents a quantitative comparison of different algorithms for the removal of stafflines from music images. It contains a survey of previously proposed algorithms and suggests a new skeletonization based approach. We define three different error metrics, compare the algorithms ..."
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notation such as mensural notation and lute tablature. Our general approach and evaluation methodology is not specific to staff removal, but applicable to other segmentation problems as well. Index Terms — Document page segmentation, OMR, performance evaluation, performance metric, pixel classification
On the Intrinsic Reconstruction of Shape from Its Symmetries
 Proc. IEEE CS Conf. Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
, 1999
"... Abstract—The main question we address is: What is the minimal information required to generate closed, nonintersecting planar boundaries? For this paper, we restrict “shape ” to this meaning. More precisely, we examine whether the medial axis, together with dynamics, can serve as a language to desig ..."
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to design shapes and to effect shape changes, e.g., for modeling, to generate a morph sequence, etc. We represent the medial axis together with a direction of flow along the axis as the shock graph and examine the reconstruction of shape along each of the three types of medial axis points, (labeled A 2 1, A
Automatic labelling of tabla signals
 In Proc. of ISMIR
, 2003
"... Most of the recent developments in the field of music indexing and music information retrieval are focused on western music. In this paper, we present an automatic music transcription system dedicated to Tablaa North Indian percussion instrument. Our approach is based on three main steps: firstly, ..."
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Most of the recent developments in the field of music indexing and music information retrieval are focused on western music. In this paper, we present an automatic music transcription system dedicated to Tablaa North Indian percussion instrument. Our approach is based on three main steps: firstly
MARKETS FOR TRANSMISSION RIGHTS: A COMPETITIVE EQUILIBRIUM MODEL
"... In this paper, competitive equilibrium models of markets for Financial Transmission Rights (FTRs) are presented. An FTRs market is modelled by using a set of marketequilibrium conditions for every entity that participate in the transmission market. The proposed equilibrium framework is more natural ..."
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linearized DC approximation. Notation The following notation is introduced as a preliminary to the models presented in this paper: i Index for nodes in the system. k Index for transmission lines in the system. ` Index for FTRs. º Index for a portfolio of FTRs. I; K Sets of nodes and transmission lines. Fº
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, 2001
"... Although most collations are simple, with one term coming from first sequence, the next from second sequence, and so on, this is not always the case. For example, two terms may come from one sequence, three from another, and in all sorts of variations. We’ll handle this by introducing an index seque ..."
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Although most collations are simple, with one term coming from first sequence, the next from second sequence, and so on, this is not always the case. For example, two terms may come from one sequence, three from another, and in all sorts of variations. We’ll handle this by introducing an index
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