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(4) It is shown that codebooks with elements [member of] {[+ or -]1, [+ or -]j} are sufficient to achieve all the performance gain from this type of codebooks.
In this framework, the local descriptors are used to construct a codebook for image representation (the information in the image is highly compressed) and the image is recoded in terms of frequencies of elements (visual codewords) from the codebook.
Given two codebooks extract from local static feature and local motion feature, we need to generate a new codebook which has as more relational information as possible.
Quantization of the samples with 7 bits was performed for a different number of codebooks and different frame length.
Seven files of sa' and sx' typein the corpus were concatenated to make system training sample of approximately 23 second duration to build VQ codebooks.
Probably my favorite moment was when one box yielded the immense German codebook that opened the way for the British to begin reading all of Germany's naval communications, with Germany utterly unaware.
In detail, we build three codebooks in three databases, named as voc-event-8, voc-scene-15 and voc-caltech-101.
But a key highlight will be the opening action depicting the capture of the codebooks from the U-559.
He told the (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20749632) BBC that it only took him 17 minutes and a World War I codebook to translate the message.
There is another aspect of the story involving the exploits of spies, naval officers and ordinary British seamen who risked and, in some cases, lost their lives snatching the vital codebooks from under the noses of Nazi officials and from sinking German ships and submarines.
Overarching XBRL rules are provided so the codebooks can be modified by companies--through the creation of extension elements to address company specific needs without loss of understanding by others.