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Robust Facial Expression Recognition via Sparse Representation and Multiple Gabor filters
Rania Salah El-Sayed,Prof.Dr. Ahmed El Kholy,Prof.Dr. Mohamed Youssri El-Nahas
International Journal of Advanced Computer Sciences and Applications , 2013,
Abstract: Facial expressions recognition plays important role in human communication. It has become one of the most challenging tasks in the pattern recognition field. It has many applications such as: human computer interaction, video surveillance, forensic applications, criminal investigations, and in many other fields. In this paper we propose a method for facial expression recognition (FER). This method provides new insights into two issues in FER: feature extraction and robustness. For feature extraction we are using sparse representation approach after applying multiple Gabor filter and then using support vector machine (SVM) as classifier. We conduct extensive experiments on standard facial expressions database to verify the performance of proposed method. And we compare the result with other approach.
Performance Evaluation of the IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Standards
Sarah Shaaban,Dr. Hesham M. El Badawy,Prof.Dr. Attallah Hashad
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2008,
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Valók gráditsonkénti lépegetése (1818) és a Természet genetikai t rvényei (1819) The “Gradualism” of Ch. Bonnet (1818) and the “Genetic Laws of Nature” (Festetics 1819). The emergence of termes genetics, selection and evolution in Hungary.
Szabó T. Attila Prof.Dr.
Kaleidoscope History , 2010,
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Fejfájás ellen. Gyógyító varázslatok Against headache. Healing magic
Németh Gy?rgy Prof.Dr.
Kaleidoscope History , 2010,
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AN AGENT TOOL FOR INTEGRATING COMPONENT BASED APPLICATIONS
Ebtehal Alsaggaf,Prof.Dr. Fathy albouraey
International Journal of New Computer Architectures and their Applications , 2011,
Abstract: The concept of building the best component-based application becomes very attractive. But, the reusable components must comply with specific underlying middleware architecture in order to interact with each other efficiently. This dependency on the underlying architecture creates compatibility problems. Anyway, software agents provide a powerful new method for implementing the information systems. Multi-Agent System (MAS) can communicate and cooperate with each other to solve complex problems and implement complex systems. So, in this research, we will define how component CORBA can interact with DCOM by using MAS. This will able to make us freedom to choose the best attributes from both systems and combine them to build the best possible application that specifically suits my environment.
Machine Control and Multimedia Communication with Mini-PC
Hartmut Prof.Dr.-Ing. Haehnel
International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE) , 2006,
Abstract: The communication need in companies machines - and equipment construction constantly rises. Also small and medium-size enterprises act today more than ever on a global market. On the other hand the enterprises are at a substantial costing and time pressure by the globalization of the markets. Experts act in this connection increasingly in different locations. In the result of the current research in the context by the Federal Ministry for economics promoted of a co-operation of research project between the FH Duesseldorf, Labor for computer technology and the company Fr lich & Kl pfel Druckluftechnik GmbH & CO. KG was determined that the industrielle use of Multimedia Communication for companies in the context of examined cases of application with a large use which can be expected is possible.
Fuzzy Controller Based Stable Routes with Lifetime Prediction in MANETs
Taqwa Odey & Prof.Dr.Abduladhem A. Ali
International Journal of Computer Networks , 2011,
Abstract: In ad hoc networks, the nodes are dynamically and arbitrary located in a manner that theinterconnections between nodes are changing frequently. Thus, designing an effective routingprotocol is a critical issue. In this paper, we propose a fuzzy based routing method thatselects the most stable route (FSRS) considering the number of intermediate nodes, packetqueue occupancy, and internodes distances. Also it takes the produced cost of the selectedroute as an input to another fuzzy controller predicts its lifetime (FRLP), the evaluation of theproposed method is performed using OMNet++4.0 simulator in terms of packet delivery ratio,average end-to-end delay and normalized routing load.
THE EMERGENCE AND PRACTICE OF POLYTECNIC EDUCATION
Prof.Dr.Battal ASLAN,?hsan TOP?U
e-International Journal of Educational Research , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction: Ideal education model of the Renaissance was a creative and multi-dimensional humanistic education approach. Humanistic education approach had also similar characteristics with the Renaissance because both the Renaissance and Humanist Movements (Approach) were considered identical. With these renaissance and reform movements, and later on, with the Industrial Revolution, quality and effective education started to become widespread among all levels of society. The development of industry required more trained employees. It forced the crowds to work for long hours in difficult/stiff conditions. Yet some utopian philosophers, among whom were also industrialists, struggled to make education period longer and more effective. They also urged all individuals to attend basic education and improve their mental, physical and productive skills. Polytechnical education which aimed at incorporating individual's professional training with their physical, mental and moral improvements was an alternative model. With the contributions of socialist philosophers and educators, it became popular in some countries. According to the philosophical, political and economic structure of these countries, various applications were seen in different countries.Method: The aim of this study is to examine the philosophical thoughts behind the emergence of polytechnical education and to investigate its practices in its historical development process. This is a descriptive study. The emergence and practices of polytechnic education have been investigated through relevant literature search. During the literature search it was seen that Turkish resources were insufficient. All information gained in the study were interpreted and reported accordingly.Findings: In the time of the Renaissance and Reform Movements, some utopian philosophers emphasized the need for education to begin at an earlier age and to be more widely available. Later socialist educators believed that individuals would have a kind of education which greatly increases their physical, mental and productive capacities. It would be a kind of multi-dimensional education, not only for employee training but also for humanistic improvement. It could be said that polytechnic education emerged as result of these philosophical thoughts and economic needs. When it became popular and widespread, a third of the world's children were having an education of that model which was also known as Marxian education approach. While polytechnic education was applied as work and professional education in some countries, some East-Blo
Empowerment of women a conceptual frame
Prof. Ashok Rajabapu Jondhale,Prof.Dr.Rajaram Nathaji Wakchaure
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Study of 'Status of Women' has been the traditional academic interest of Anthropologist. The recent past, has witnessed a paradigm shift with a comprehensive and a multi – dimensional concept of Empowerment of Women'. The International Conference for population and development (1994) has linked this concept with population and Sustainable Development'. Empowerment of Women has been considered essential for the achievement of Sustainable Development. India's Population Policy (2000) has also given due consideration for 'Empowerment of Women'.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE TORAJA AND MAMASA
WASILAH,PROF.DR.IR. JOSEF PRIJOTOMO,M.ARCH,DR.IR. MURNI
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: This study aims to introduce the traditional architecture Toraja and Mamasa about form, function and ornament buildings and cultural are relatively similar in separate places. The method used in this study is "purposive sampling". This study also uses the method of literaturestudies. The results of this study indicate that traditional architecture in the process of formation of evolution until now based on empirical experience. In particular traditions of society is a reflection of culture, lifestyle,mindset of people and is suitable even one with nature and the environment.
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