invariant property

invariant property

[in′ver·ē·ənt ′präp·ərd·ē]
(mathematics)
A mathematical property of some space unchanged after the application of any member from some given family of transformations. Also known as invariance.
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These approaches have the pose and viewpoint invariant property because these approaches are based on the local features of the local patches instead of the global features.
The proposed method shows the viewpoint invariant property by matching pedestrian images based on exact coordinate of each local feature.
Defects in this type of DWT are aliasing, its shift invariant property and a lack of directivity in higher dimensions (because coefficients related to trace ground rolls traced at the same scale are different and hamper making all coefficients zero, ground rolls therefore not being completely removed).
First of these is the RI invariant property of the BACH motive whereby, since P equals RI and I equals R, there are only two melodic forms of the motive, involving either ordinals 3, 6, 8, and 12 of any P or I form, or 12, 8, 6, and 3 of any R or RI form.
Of key concern is whether one can translate across media into different codes, to try to express in one language, that is, the language of graphic arts and painting, something which also exists in music and which also exists in the libretto; that is, to reach the invariant property of a very complex, let's not say code, but set of codes.
Let P be an isomorphic invariant property in loops(quasigroups).