comparative experiments

comparative experiments

[kəm′par·əd·iv ik′sper·ə·məns]
(statistics)
Experiments conducted to determine statistically whether one procedure is better than another.
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It is necessary to mention that an anticompression screw is chosen to use in this model and the reason why the normal screw is not adopted is explained in Comparative Experiments With a Normal Screw section.
This paper also presents comparative experiments on five face recognition databases as ORL, YALE, AR, FERET and CMU-PIE and a handwirtten digit database as MNIST to validate the effectiveness of the Improved TSLDA.
(3) We propose an improved imbalanced malicious domains detection method which is an extension of EasyEnsemble and demonstrate its favorable performance by the comparative experiments.
In order to validate the KL-MLBF's robustness against initial contour position, we compare it with three classic inhomogeneous image segmentation models which have already appeared in the previous comparative experiments. Figure 8 shows the results of this set of comparison experiments, where the first row is the input images and the initial contours of the LSE process, and the second to the fifth rows are the segmentation results by using the LBF, LGDF, LIF, and our MLBF models, respectively; here, we use the usual form of the level set method to express the final segmentation results.
The S/N ratios of all the column comparative experiments suggest that smaller particle size is better than the larger particle size.
(4) A ST-PID controller is developed based on embedded system technologies, and the control effects are checked by the comparative experiments.
According to the idea of comparative experiments, Target FRFs [A.sub.22] and [A.sub.2_14] (without additional mass [m.sub.ext]) are firstly measured.
The ROC curves from the comparative experiments on these two kinds of data sets using ensemble learning (compared with SVM) are as those in Figures 4 and 5.
The first chapter introduces terminology and the most common statistical models used in comparative experiments. Chapters 2-3 address randomization either as a function of past allocations or as a function of responses, leading into chapters 4-5 discussing multipurpose adaptive designs in terms of step-by-step process and constrained and combined optimality.

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