inface

inface

[′in‚fās]
(geology)
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Inface of the Israeli illegal policies to undermine the Palestinian society andthe fruitless intentional criticism and condemnations, we will continue todefend and protect our children through all possible means from the cold, darkscary nights when they are forcefully uprooted from their own homes and deprivedfrom their right to education, said the PM.
In this comparision, we choose DCT-based normalization, Wavelet-based normalization, Gradientfaces Normalization, DoG filtering based normalization, and Weberface normalization from the INFace toolbox at http://luks.fe.uni-lj.si/sl/osebje/vitomir/face_tools/INFace/.
Attribute name Description Pending Query Table Queryname Name of the query represented in the format as discussed in Section 3.1 Inface The incoming face of the query Nonce The nonce of the query packet for loop avoidance Metadata store Queryname Same as in PQT Result Result of the query Inface Incoming face of the result Origin Source that generates the result Response Relation Table Queryname Same as in PQT Query inface Incoming face of the query Result infaces Incoming faces of the results that have already been forwarded through query_inface for this query Origns Sources that generate these results TABLE 3: Comparison of distributed media query schemes.
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