spatiotemporal


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spatiotemporal

[spā·shē·ō′tem·pə·rəl]
(physics)
Of or pertaining to space time; having extent and duration.
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Although there was an overall improvement in the spatiotemporal parameters, they were still less than that of healthy aged matched controls (see Appendix 3).
Transform based spatiotemporal descriptors for human action recognition", Neurocomputing, 74: 962-973.
4 shows an exemplar 3-D plot after the application of the GDA on the spatiotemporal features of six human activities where most of the samples from different classes are well clustered.
18] draw the motivation from the theory of Kolmogorov complexity and entropy and determine the most informative spatiotemporal regions in a video sequence as defined by its description length.
5] components at participant addresses by adopting the spatiotemporal modeling framework developed for the MESA Air study.
The relationship between spikes and seizures depends on the applied spatiotemporal meta-analysis and could partially explain the inconclusive and at times conflicting results in the literature about epileptic seizures and spikes.
An object -attribute spatiotemporal database management system (IMS-DB) is designed according to the object-attribute logical data model, and an object-attribute industrial automation software is developed based on the OAA model, IMS-DB and OA-PL.
The first part investigates how the quest for a modern style was articulated by the literary criticism and by the records in the diaries and letters of Woolf and Mansfield; the second one analyzes how the spatiotemporal displacement of the protagonist in Bliss constitutes a consistent form of adjusting the introspective style to the modern aesthetics.
Broad-scale environmental and ecological systems originate as simultaneous processes operating across a range of spatiotemporal scales.
This study compared acute spatiotemporal variable changes in stride length and frequency, ground contact and flight times; when running barefoot, and in minimalist and conventional running shoes.
The methane was released at metered, controlled rates and observed downwind by a 45-foot tower at each release site to examine the spatiotemporal variability of methane and local winds.
In order to discover multi-dimensional spatiotemporal association patterns, and improve the efficiency of traditional mining algorithms for spatiotemporal association patterns, this paper firstly constructs a star association model based on event, which can show more spatiotemporal information on the basis of the present star association model.

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