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The Robot-Readable World – Blog – BERG

The Robot-Readable World – Blog – BERG: "That is, to say ‘robot eyes’ is like saying ‘animal eyes’ – the breadth of speciation in the fourth kingdom will lead to a huge breadth of sensory worlds to design within."

Syndicated 2013-02-21 04:49:00 from sness

1966JRASC..60..257H Page 257

1966JRASC..60..257H Page 257:

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Title: The Bolide of September 17, 1966
Authors: Halliday, I.
Journal: Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Vol. 60, p.257
Bibliographic Code: 1966JRASC..60..257H

Syndicated 2013-02-21 04:32:00 from sness

Signal Processing for Communications

Signal Processing for Communications: "Downloads
You can access two online versions of the book:
an HTML version with hypertextual cross-referencing, which will open in your browser;
a PDF version which you can download and print."

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Syndicated 2013-02-21 04:18:00 from sness

Pavel Senin homepage at UHunix

Pavel Senin homepage at UHunix: "My name is Pavel Senin and this is my homepage.
I'm a PhD candidate at the Department of Information and Computer Sciences at UH Manoa and working on discovery and assessment of recurrent behaviors in software development at Collaborative Software Development Laboratory."

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Syndicated 2013-02-20 06:37:00 from sness

Line level - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Line level - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The reference voltage for the decibel volt (0 dBV) is 1 VRMS, which is the voltage required to produce 1 milliwatt [mW] of power across a 1 kilohm [kΩ] load.[1] The reference voltage for the decibel unloaded (0 dBu) is the voltage required to produce 1 mW of power across a 600 Ω load (approximately 0.7746 VRMS).[2]"

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Syndicated 2013-02-20 06:20:00 from sness

RANSAC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RANSAC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "RANSAC is an abbreviation for "RANdom SAmple Consensus". It is an iterative method to estimate parameters of a mathematical model from a set of observed data which contains outliers. It is a non-deterministic algorithm in the sense that it produces a reasonable result only with a certain probability, with this probability increasing as more iterations are allowed. The algorithm was first published by Fischler and Bolles at SRI International in 1981."

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Syndicated 2013-02-20 06:18:00 from sness

SAXually Explicit Images: Data Mining Large Shape Databases - YouTube

SAXually Explicit Images: Data Mining Large Shape Databases - YouTube: "