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A Human Pattern

Author : Judith Wright
ISBN : 1847770517
Genre : Poetry
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Judith Wright (1915-2000) is one of Australia's best loved, and essential, poets, devoted to place, responsive to landscape and to the violence done to the land and its inhabitants. As John Kinsella writes in his introduction, 'she looked inwards into Australia, and in doing so made the local...universal'. A Human Pattern, a selected poems she prepared after she had abandoned writing poetry in order to devote her time to fighting for Aboriginal rights and conservation, presents her best work from 1946 to her last collection, Phantom Dwelling (1986). Australia, alive with human and natural history, is vibrant in this selection. She is, John Kinsella writes, 'a poet of human contact with the land'. She speaks directly to our perennial concerns.

Patterns Of Human Growth

Author : Barry Bogin
ISBN : 0521564387
Genre : Science
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A revised edition of an established text on human growth and development from an anthropological and evolutionary perspective.

Multimodal Pattern Recognition Of Social Signals In Human Computer Interaction

Author : Friedhelm Schwenker
ISBN : 9783030209841
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 5th IAPR TC9 Workshop on Pattern Recognition of Social Signals in Human-Computer-Interaction, MPRSS 2018, held in Beijing, China, in August 2018. The 10 revised papers presented in this book focus on pattern recognition, machine learning and information fusion methods with applications in social signal processing, including multimodal emotion recognition and pain intensity estimation, especially the question how to distinguish between human emotions from pain or stress induced by pain is discussed.

Pattern Analysis Of The Human Connectome

Author : Dewen Hu
ISBN : 9789813295230
Genre : Brain
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Hausman The Human Pattern

Author : Fred Hausman
ISBN : OCLC:1052959988
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Pattern Recognition

Author : Satoshi Watanabe
ISBN : UOM:39015023895280
Genre : Computers
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The first major work in the nascent discipline of ``cognitive science.'' It provides a unified presentation of pattern recognition that introduces new mechanical methods as well as a wider humanistic perspective on the science. Showing that practically all the known pattern recognition algorithms can be derived from the principle of minimum entropy, it provides the first complete theory of pattern recognition.

The Legacy Of Raymond Unwin

Author : Sir Raymond Unwin
ISBN : UOM:39015006754801
Genre : Architecture
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A Neutral Network Model Of Human Pattern Recognition

Author : Bruce Alan Whitehead
ISBN : UOMDLP:bad6924:0001.001
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Pattern Recognition

Author : Sankar K. Pal
ISBN : 9789810246846
Genre : Computers
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This volume, containing contributions by experts from all over the world, is a collection of 21 articles which present review and research material describing the evolution and recent developments of various pattern recognition methodologies, ranging from statistical, syntactic/linguistic, fuzzy-set-theoretic, neural, genetic-algorithmic and rough-set-theoretic to hybrid soft computing, with significant real-life applications. In addition, the book describes efficient soft machine learning algorithms for data mining and knowledge discovery. With a balanced mixture of theory, algorithms and applications, as well as up-to-date information and an extensive bibliography, Pattern Recognition: From Classical to Modern Approaches is a very useful resource.

Design Of Visualizations For Human Information Interaction

Author : Kamran Sedig
ISBN : 9781627057486
Genre : Computers
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Interest in visualization design has increased in recent years. While there is a large body of existing work from which visualization designers can draw, much of the past research has focused on developing new tools and techniques that are aimed at specific contexts. Less focus has been placed on developing holistic frameworks, models, and theories that can guide visualization design at a general level—a level that transcends domains, data types, users, and other contextual factors. In addition, little emphasis has been placed on the thinking processes of designers, including the concepts that designers use, while they are engaged in a visualization design activity. In this book we present a general, holistic framework that is intended to support visualization design for human-information interaction. The framework is composed of a number of conceptual elements that can aid in design thinking. The core of the framework is a pattern language—consisting of a set of 14 basic, abstract patterns—and a simple syntax for describing how the patterns are blended. We also present a design process, made up of four main stages, for creating static or interactive visualizations. The 4-stage design process places the patterns at the core of designers’ thinking, and employs a number of conceptual tools that help designers think systematically about creating visualizations based on the information they intend to represent. Although the framework can be used to design static visualizations for simple tasks, its real utility can be found when designing visualizations with interactive possibilities in mind—in other words, designing to support a human-information interactive discourse. This is especially true in contexts where interactive visualizations need to support complex tasks and activities involving large and complex information spaces. The framework is intended to be general and can thus be used to design visualizations for diverse domains, users, information spaces, and tasks in different fields such as business intelligence, health and medical informatics, digital libraries, journalism, education, scientific discovery, and others. Drawing from research in multiple disciplines, we introduce novel concepts and terms that can positively contribute to visualization design practice and education, and will hopefully stimulate further research in this area.

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