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The performance of most of the classification models is dependent on the data used for training. The data must be reliable, robust and meticulously labelled. In order to form such a data a systematical approach has been designed and moreover, it should be. The data set was collected from a well-known source, namely Center for Language Engineering available at http://www.cle.org.pk.

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    Wed, 02/27/2019 - 04:58

    A solenoid-operated valve with DC resistance of about 10.3 Ω was exposed to 50 % RH, its rated temperature of 80 °C, and powered at its rated voltage of 12 VDC. (Note: the valve was unrated with regards to relative humidity, RH.) Using Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, the insulation material was found to be a combination of polystyrene and polyethylene terephthalate. The wire gauge was not disclosed in the valve information sheet.

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    This database has five different linter quality classes (short cotton fibers), linter has wide applicability in the production of surgical tissue, paper money among other applications. The images available were used to classify the product in an industrial process, through the use of computer vision techniques.

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    Stereolithographic files of three different mesh designs; Square, Triangular and Hexagonal (top to bottom rows in image). Each mesh design is provided in three different deformations; Flat/no deformation, Mode 1 deformation and Mode 5 deformation (left to right columns in image). Mode 1 and Mode 5 deformation was obtained by modal study with the four outer surfaces of the frame fixed. Note that the out-of-plane deformation has been scaled to better proportions.

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    Abstract

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    Tue, 12/18/2018 - 06:49

    High energy consumption is a challenging issue that an ever increasing number of mobile applications face today.However, energy consumption is being tested in an ad hoc way, despite being an important non-functional requirement of an application.Such limitation becomes particularly disconcerting during software testing: on the one hand, developers do not really know how to measure energy; on the other hand, there is no knowledge as to what is the energy overhead imposed by the testing framework.In this paper, as we evaluate eight popular mobile UI automation frameworks, we have discovered t

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    Fri, 12/14/2018 - 08:21

    10,000 rows of sample data in four formats (CSV, JSON, XML, XLSX) for testing. Fields are as follows: seq, first, last, age, street, city, state, zip, dollar, pick, date, latitude, longitude, birthday, ccnumber, dollar, ccnumber, phone, email, sentence, paragraph

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    The bounding boxes of "Robust Visual Tracking Based on Adaptive Extraction and Enhancement of Correlation Filter" tracker on the whole OTB-2015 dataset.

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    Wed, 12/12/2018 - 09:58

    This dataset contains the performance models, simulation and monitoring results, and analysis scripts that we used for our evaluation.

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    Feature code is often scattered across a software system. Scattering is not necessarily bad if used with care, as witnessed by systems with highly scattered features that evolved successfully. Feature scattering, often realized with a pre-processor, circumvents limitations of programming languages and software architectures. Unfortunately, little is known about the principles governing scattering in large and long-living software systems.

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