pattern analysis

pattern analysis

[′pad·ərn ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(computer science)
The phase of pattern recognition that consists of using whatever is known about the problem at hand to guide the gathering of data about the patterns and pattern classes, and then applying techniques of data analysis to help uncover the structure present in the data.
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The examination covers Algebra and Geometry, grammar and composition, reading and comprehension, verbal and numerical reasoning, and pattern analysis.
To allay fears of cheating, Casurao assured the Commission's readiness through its Police Examination System to detect and address examination anomalies, using answer pattern analysis.
Rietveld Refinement: Practical Powder Diffraction Pattern Analysis Using TOPAS
During his time in Bahrain Andrew Stephenson, a former superintendent, has played a key role in tightening security, particularly through the introduction of crime pattern analysis and the establishment of a recognised training centre for security guards.
A Rob Roberts XFT choke, five Benelli chokes and pattern analysis are included.
Decision-making analysis involves assessing an individual's cognitive decision-making pattern using Movement Pattern Analysis (MPA) technique.
Although consumer interviews and analogous insights from the literature are helpful for describing charging behaviors, a study defining user groups or "market segments" based on a pattern analysis of empirical time-dependent charging data from out-of-home charging stations is absent in the literature.
Applying immediate automated pattern analysis from Big Data accurately detects abnormal analyzer recovery, adding to the laboratory's error detection capabilities.
(Si2), a research and development joint venture, has contributed to a new integrated circuit programming language developed by Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) for the 2D pattern analysis of sub-20nm mask layouts.
Efficient and comprehensive extraction of test cases through pattern analysis
A study in the journal (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7815403/) IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence  relied on two databases containing police department mugshots, which serve as strong resources because of the "number of subjects, images per subject, and elapsed times." In those databases were (http://msutoday.msu.edu/_/img/assets/2017/facial-recognition-gif.gif) repeat offenders who had at least four photos taken over at least five years.
Adelson, "The Design and use of Steerable Filters," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol.13, no.9, pp.891-906, 1991.