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The database presented consists of a set of images of the human hand making signs (20) at various angles, corresponding to the Colombian alphabet of signs established by the National Institute for the Deaf (INSOR). These signs are characterized by being static, that is, they do not require movement to be performed.

 

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The database presented consists of a set of images of the human hand making signs (20) at various angles, corresponding to the Colombian alphabet of signs established by the National Institute for the Deaf (INSOR). These signs are characterized by being static, that is, they do not require movement to be performed.

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As an artificial structure, tailings ponds exhibit regular geometric shapes and relatively straight dams in HRRSIs. Because the typical tailings dam is composed of an initial dam and successive accumulation dams, the tailings dam structure presents obvious linear stripe characteristics. The initial dam, constructed using sand, gravel, or concrete, has a bright color, while the color of the accumulation dam varies based on factors such as particle size, soil coverage, and vegetation restoration.

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The dataset is obtained through the transformation of mathematical tools and image processing techniques based on TTPLA. The original TTPLA dataset consisted of aerial wire data captured through pinhole cameras. After our conversion, we obtained the corresponding fisheye aerial wire data. It includes both the original images and annotated images, significantly reducing the annotation workload for fisheye wire data. We now make it publicly available for researchers to study and learn from.

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In practical media distribution systems, visual content usually undergoes multiple stages of quality degradation along the delivery chain, but the pristine source content is rarely available at most quality monitoring points along the chain to serve as a reference for quality assessment. As a result, full-reference (FR) and reduced-reference (RR) image quality assessment (IQA) methods are generally infeasible. Although no-reference (NR) methods are readily applicable, their performance is often not reliable.

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In practical media distribution systems, visual content usually undergoes multiple stages of quality degradation along the delivery chain, but the pristine source content is rarely available at most quality monitoring points along the chain to serve as a reference for quality assessment. As a result, full-reference (FR) and reduced-reference (RR) image quality assessment (IQA) methods are generally infeasible. Although no-reference (NR) methods are readily applicable, their performance is often not reliable.

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Search-based software testing (SBST) is now a mature area, with numerous techniques developed to tackle the challenging task of software testing. SBST techniques have shown promising results and have been successfully applied in the industry to automatically generate test cases for large and complex software systems. Their effectiveness, however, has been shown to be problem dependent.

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To assess the feasibility of deploying wireless relays in real time, we conducted a series of experiments using 900 MHz TinyOS Crossbow MICA2 Motes (MPR400CB).

last modified :

2007-11-15

release date :

2007-08-20

date/time of measurement start :

2005-12-01

date/time of measurement end :

2006-11-30

collection environment :

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Traces of signal strength of 802.11 APs for the COMPASS positioning system.

Note: This dataset has multiple versions.  The dataset file names of the data associated with this version are listed below, under the 'Traceset' heading and can be downloaded under 'Dataset Files' on the right-hand side of the page.

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Water leakage problems increased over the last few years, and innovative tools and techniques appeared to solve this widespread problem. The still unresolved problem concerns the identification of water leaks at the nearest point; at the household level, the most common and inexpensive devices are still mechanical meters, which cannot detect leaks.

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