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Landmark Based Image Analysis

Author : Karl Rohr
ISBN : 0792367510
Genre : Computers
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This is the first comprehensive treatment of the extraction of landmarks from multimodality images and the use of these features for elastic image registration. The emphasis is on model-based approaches, i.e. on the use of explicitly represented knowledge in computer vision. Both geometric models (describing the shape of objects) and intensity models (directly representing the image intensities) are utilized. The work describes theoretical foundations, computational and algorithmic issues, as well as practical applications, notably in medicine (neurosurgery and radiology), remote sensing, and industrial automation. Connections with computer graphics and artificial intelligence are illustrated. Audience: This volume will be of interest to readers seeking an introduction and overview of landmark-based image analysis, and in particular to graduate students and researchers in computer science, engineering, computer vision, and medical image analysis.

Carr O Keeffe Kahlo

Author : Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall
ISBN : 0300079583
Genre : Art
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This original and thought-provoking book compares the art, lives, and achievements of three great artists of the Americas: Emily Carr (1871-1945) of Canada, Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) of the United States, and Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) of Mexico. Each became her country's preeminent woman painter in the twentieth century, and all explored similar issues in their painting. Sharyn Udall shows how each artist searched for an authentic, personal identity and analyzes in detail the issues these women faced in relation to nationality, nature, gender, and the creation of a personal mythology. Although their work is visually disparate, certain interesting themes connect Carr, O'Keeffe, and Kahlo. Udall draws on rich archives and uses specific works of art to illustrate the differences and similarities among the three. She demonstrates how a profound identification with nature led each artist to a lifelong exploration of its forms and symbolism. Further, each painter felt a special connectedness to the earth and to nature in her region. Udall also looks at the different ways each artist entwined her private -- and in all three cases, deeply spiritual -- self in her artistic identity and the unique ways each established a public identity. By viewing the work of Carr, O'Keeffe, and Kahlo collectively, Udall shows, we illuminate in new ways the art of a continent.

The Sanctity Of Rural Life

Author : Shelley Baranowski
ISBN : 9780195068818
Genre : Political Science
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This study identifies the contributions of the rural elite in the eastern Prussian provinces, namely Junker landlords and the Protestant clergy, to the rise of National Socialism in a region where the rural electorate's attraction to the Hitler movement became critical to the Nazi takeover in 1933.

Modern Morphometrics In Physical Anthropology

Author : Dennis E. Slice
ISBN : 9780306486975
Genre : Science
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Morphometrics has undergone a revolutionary transformation in the past two decades as new methods have been developed to address shortcomings in the traditional multivirate analysis of linear distances, angles, and indices. While there is much active research in the field, the new approaches to shape analysis are already making significant and ever-increasing contributions to biological research, including physical anthropology. Modern Morphometrics in Physical Anthropology highlights the basic machinery of the most important methods, while introducing novel extensions to these methods and illustrating how they provide enhanced results compared to more traditional approaches. Modern Morphometrics in Physical Anthropology provides a comprehensive sampling of the applications of modern, sophisticated methods of shape analysis in anthropology, and serves as a starting point for the exploration of these practices by students and researchers who might otherwise lack the local expertise or training to get started. This text is an important resource for the general morphometric community that includes ecologists, evolutionary biologists, systematists, and medical researchers.

Inside Looking Out

Author : Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall
ISBN : 0896723364
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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American painter Gina Knee (1898-1982) is an important, virtually unacclaimed artist, whose career stretched over five decades and many locations: she worked in the Southwest, the South, California, and New York. Starting in the 1940s she was given solo shows on both coasts, and her work found its way into major public and private collections. She knew and exhibited with some of the major artists of her day: Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Mark Tobey, and her third husband Alexander Brook. Yet, like many artists--especially women--working on the fringes of mainstream art movements, her achievements have been nearly forgotten in the rush to create art superstars. This book is an in-depth examination of the artist's life and work, from hesitant artistic beginnings to a culmination in highly original paintings reflecting her modernist and abstract vision. Inside Looking Out reflects too the recent recognition in art history that art is as much a product of culture as it is the elusive, privileged activity of the isolated genius. Knee's efforts to find the delicate balance between marriage and her life's work is a central theme of the book, traced in her letters and conversations with friends. Her story gives new insight into American art and life at mid-century. Gina modified her schedule to suit the demand of her husband's. They rose early, she prepared his breakfast and packed his lunch, then drove him to work in the pre-dawn rushing traffic. Returning home, she faced the new tasks of managing the household without help. Dishwashing, making beds, dusting, laundry--all the things middle class women took for granted in the 1940s--these were frustrating and time-consuming. It just takes hours for me to do what an organized housewife does in one, she complained. Gina's affluent upbringing and the ease of finding servants in Santa Fe had accustomed her to hours of time spent as she chose. In wartime Los Angeles, when servants were impossible to find, she suddenly had to do everything, and it soon began to feel burdensome. Forced to sacrifice precious studio time to the demands of a repetitious household routine, she came face to face with a new reality: that she must now give up a certain amount of control over her own life. Money, her own independent income, had formerly given her the luxury of time--time to be used as a man does, in professional activity, freed from enervating household chores. Now the leveling effect of the war reminded her firmly that she was a woman, in a situation where affluence could not buy the uninterrupted freedom to create. Her life was turned upside down, her priorities questioned, her relationship with Ernie [Knee] strained.

Academic Motivation And The Culture Of School In Childhood And Adolescence

Author : Professor Gevirtz Graduate School of Education Cynthia Hudley
ISBN : 9780195326819
Genre : Education
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Schools, as one form of complex organizational settings, are regulated by often invisible expectations, understandings, and values that comprise the culture of the institutions. This volume moves beyond important and well studied relational and personal variables to an examination of school culture and motivation.

The Influence Of The French Language On The German Vocabulary 1649 1735

Author : Richard James Brunt
ISBN : UOM:39015008457031
Genre : Allemand (Langue) - 1500-1700 - Emprunts français
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Die Reihe Studia Linguistica Germanica (SLG), 1968 von Ludwig Erich Schmitt und Stefan Sonderegger begründet, ist ein renommiertes Publikationsorgan der germanistischen Linguistik. Die Reihe verfolgt das Ziel, mit dem Schwerpunkt auf sprach- und wissenschaftshistorischen Fragestellungen die gesamte Bandbreite des Faches zu repräsentieren. Dazu zählen u. a. Arbeiten zur historischen Grammatik und Semantik des Deutschen, zum Verhältnis von Sprache und Kultur, zur Geschichte der Sprachtheorie, zur Dialektologie, Lexikologie/Lexikographie, Textlinguistik und zur Einbettung des Deutschen in den europäischen Sprachkontext.

Spud Johnson Laughing Horse

Author : Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall
ISBN : UOM:39015031784500
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Started as a college prank with two friends at the University of California, Berkeley in 1922, Laughing Horse gained a scandalous reputation and was suppressed by the university for printing an 'obscene' letter by D.H. Lawrence.In this volume are many beautiful woodcuts from Laughing Horse along with sketches and cartoons by a host of artists, including John Marin, Gustave Baumann, and B.J.O. Nordfeldt. Many of the works, both written and visual, have a uniquely New Mexico flavor, and some have not been published since their original appearance in Laughing Horse.Readers of all persuasions who are interested in New Mexico, the larger careers of these individuals, small-press publishing, regional matters, and cultural history will be rewarded by this book.

Modernist Painting In New Mexico 1913 1935

Author : Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall
ISBN : UOM:39015006778966
Genre : Art
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John Dos Passos A Reference Guide

Author : John Rohrkemper
ISBN : UOM:39015010487380
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Somebody Is Lying

Author : Myron Farber
ISBN : UOM:39015010316621
Genre : Confidential communications
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The Race

Author : Richard North Patterson
ISBN : 0805079483
Genre : Fiction
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Corey Grace, a charismatic Republican senator from Ohio and a politician noted for voting his own conscience rather than the party line, becomes locked in a no-holds-barred presidential primary campaign with his rival, a member of the party establishment and leader of the Christian right, in a saga of ruthless power politics that takes on key issues of modern American culture. 300,000 first printing.

Santa Fe Art Colony 1900 1942

Author : Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall
ISBN : UOM:39015015668240
Genre : Art
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The catalog of an exhibition of paintings produced in New Mexico in the early twentieth century includes a discussion of how and why the area attracted artists and brief biographies of the painters

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