Spatial Relations Volume One

Author: John Kinsella
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9401209383
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'Mother, you paint one side,' the old man said; 'Your metaphor explodes, for you
rammed Both charges in one barrel. Sure you know When spears are whistling
round, and blood is hot, It flows the sooner; and 'twere sorry task To parley
sentiment with savages Who gladly would have swept us to the sea.' (13) This is
the language of propaganda, and the language of war. It is also characteristically
highly sexualized, and the penetration symbolism of gun barrel and spear is
mixed and ...

Applying Soft Computing In Defining Spatial Relations

Author: Pascal Matsakis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783790815047
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Here the help of relationships to other structures is very important and conditions
the quality of the results. Fig. 8. Information representation in the image space (
only one slice of the 3D volume is shown), illustrating knowledge about one
caudate nucleus: shape information (left), set relationships (middle), and relative
directional relationship (right). Membership values vary from 0 (white) to 1 (black)
. 5 Symbolic Representations of Spatial Relationships In this Section, we use the
logical ...

The Developing Individual In A Changing World Volume I

Author: Klaus F. Riegel
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 0202361292
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The field of a structural relation is that specific subset of the elementary
phenomena which stand in that relation to each other. A structure may involve
more than one relation, and more than one structure may be posited for a given
domain. Muscle anatomy provides an excellent illustration of these points: First,
the various muscles of the body are identified and then the spatial relations
between them are specified. Atomic structure provides another excellent
illustration: First, three ...

The Collected Essays And Criticism Volume 1

Author: Clement Greenberg
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226306216
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Restricting himself to the investigation of the "spatial" arts which do not involve
actual movement, he illustrates a possible scientific method for the use of
aesthetics in general. He begins by assuming that the basic "ingredients" of the
spatial arts are visual units, empty space, and the human being who perceives
them. These "generate" four sets of relationships, which in turn form the "
elements" of the spatial arts: "(1) . . . between visible shapes, (2) between such
shapes and the space ...

Spatial Modelling In Forest Ecology And Management

Author: Martin Jansen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540433576
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... treatment of forests was and still is characterized by spatial relationships. In
contrast to the production of hand crafted and industrial goods, the production of
agricultural and forest products always depends on areal units. Already in the
past, the conscious treatment of forest resources oriented at sustainability was
connected with the existence and quality of spatial information. This is obvious in
the quotation from J.G. Kriinitz in volume 1 4 of the Oeconomische Encyclopaedie
of 1778 ...

Spatial Cognition Vii

Author: Christoph Hölscher
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642147488
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Spatial information is critical for coordinated action and thus agents interacting
with objects and moving among objects must be able to perceive spatial relations
, learn about these relations, and act on them, or store the information for later
use, ... This volume represents the fruit of a maturing collaboration between two
spatial cognition research centers, one that has emphasized psychology (SILC –
Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center, National Science Foundation) and one
that ...

Third Earth Resources Technology Satellite 1 Symposium Volume 1 Technical Presentations

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The procedure developed by Haralick (Haralick, 1972) for obtaining the textural
features of an image is based on the assumption that the texture information on
an image 1 is contained in the overall spatial relationship which the greytones in
the image I have to one another. More specifically, we assume that this texture
information is adequately specified by a set of spatial grey tone dependence
matrices, which are computed for various angular relationships and distances
between ...

Seismic Imaging And Inversion Volume 1

Author: Robert H. Stolt
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139505289
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Among types of subsurface information that are useful in hydrocarbon prediction
are (1) the spatial locations of any rapid variations in Earth properties, loosely
called “locating reflectors”, and (2) ... In Volume I, relationships and algorithms
between recorded data and the seismic image are constrained to be linear, and
the relationship between the seismic image and the changes in Earth mechanical
properties across the image is assumed to be linear, as well. For seismic imaging
, this ...

The Oxford Handbook Of Cognitive Neuroscience Volume 1

Author: Kevin Ochsner
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199988692
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A rich source of authoritative information that supports reading and study in the field of cognitive neuroscience, this two-volume handbook reviews the current state-of-the-science in all major areas of the field.