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276 Automatic assembly of TEM mosaics and mosaic stacks using phase correlationThis paper discusses automatic Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) image registration, TEM slice assembly via tile mosaicking, and TEM volume assembly via slice to slice registration. Several algorithms are presented, including an algorithm for mosaic layout of an unordered set of tiles, an algor...2007
277 Automatic classification of alzheimer's desease vs. frontotemporal dementia: a spatial decision tree aprroach with FDG-PETWe introduce a novel approach for the automatic classification of FDG-PET scans of subjects with Alzheimers Disease (AD) and Frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Unlike previous work in the literature which focuses on principal component analysis and predefined regions of interest, we propose the combined...2008
278 Automatic compensating cleanup operationToday's part geometries are becoming ever more complex and require more accurate tool path to manufacture. Machining process efficiency is also a major consideration for designers as well as manufacturing engineers. Although the current advanced CAD/CAM systems have greatly improved the efficiency ...Part geometries1989
279 Automatic derivation of timing constraints by failure analyisAbstract. This work proposes a technique to automatically obtain timing constraints for a given timed circuit to operate correctly. A designated set of delay parameters of a circuit are first set to sufficiently large bounds, and verification runs followed by failure analysis are repeated. Each ver...2002
280 Automatic image creation via artistic composition principlesMethods for choosing image parameters in both art and computer graphics are currently subjective. The choice of parameters results in images of varying quality. One aspect of image quality is the composition of the image. While the principles underlying composition are somewhat subjective, a portion...Image parameters2000
281 Automatic markup of neural cell membranes using boosted decision stumpsTo better understand the central nervous system, neurobiologists need to reconstruct the underlying neural circuitry from electron microscopy images. One of the necessary tasks is to segment the individual neurons. For this purpose, we propose a supervised learning approach to detect the cell membra...2009
282 Automatic painting with economized strokesWe present a method that takes a raster image as input and produces a painting-like image composed of strokes rather than pixels. Unlike previous automatic painting methods, we attempt to use very few brush-strokes. This is accomplished by first segmenting the image into features, finding the medial...Raster image; Painting-like image; Automatic painting methods2000
283 Automatic rapid prototyping of semi-custom VLSI circuits using FPGAsWe describe a technique for translating semi-custom VLSI circuits automatically, integrating two design environments, into field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for rapid and inexpensive prototyping. The VLSI circuits are designed using a cell-matrix based environment that produces chips with densi...Semi-custom; VLSI circuits1994
284 Automatic rapid prototyping of semi-custom VLSI circuits using actel FPGAsAbstract : We describe a technique for translating semi-custom VLSI circuits automatically into field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) for rapid prototyping to develop a system. Using an array multiplier as an example of this translation, the VLSI circuits are designed using a cell-matrix based envi...1995
285 Automatic sculptured five-axis milling with check surfacesAn approach to 5-axis milling of B-spline surfaces is presented. Within its domain, it provides better check surface handling than APT. The scheme for tool position generation is based on a B-spline curve refinement method and a set of criteria for tolerance control which allows the tool positions ...B-spline surfaces; 5-axis milling; Tool paths1989
286 Automatic synthesis of fast compact self-timed control circuitsWe present a tool called MEAT which has been designed to automatically synthesize transistor level. CMOS, self-timed control circuits. MEAT has been used to specify and synthesize self-timed circuits for a fully self-timed 300,000 transistor communication coprocessor. The design is specified using f...1993
287 Automatic synthesis of fast, compact self-timed controlAn automated synthesis tool, called the Most Excellent Asynchronous Tool, or MEAT is presented. This tool has been used to specify and synthesize self-timed circuits for a fully self-timed 300,000 transistor communication co-processor. The Specification is done with stylized state diagrams. This is ...1992
288 Automatically constructing a dictionary for information extraction tasksKnowledge-based natural language processing systems have achieved good success with certain tasks but they are often criticized because they depend on a domain-specific dictionary that requires a great deal of manual knowledge engineering. This knowledge engineering bottleneck makes knowledge-based ...Information extraction; Dictionary construction; Knowledge-based systems; AutoSlog; Domain-specific dictionary1993
289 Automatically extracting form labelsWe describe a machine-learning-based approach for extracting attribute labels from Web form interfaces. Having these labels is a requirement for several techniques that attempt to retrieve and integrate data that reside in online databases and that are hidden behind form interfaces, including schema...Learning classifiers2008
290 Automatically generating extraction patterns from untagged textMany corpus-based natural language processing systems rely on text corpora that have been manually annotated with syntactic or semantic tags. In particular, all previous dictionary construction systems for information extraction have used an annotated training corpus or some form of annotated input...Information extraction; Automatically generating; Extraction patterns; Untagged text; Corpus-based; AutoSlog-TS; AutoSlog system; MUC-4; Dictionary construction1996
291 Automating the design of embedded domain specific acceleratorsDomain specific architecture (DSA) design currently involves a lengthy process that requires significant designer knowledge, experience, and time in arriving at a suitable code generator and architecture for the target application suite. Given the stringent time to market constraints and the dyna...Domain specific architecture; Stall cycle analysis; SCA; Domain specific accelerators2008
292 Autonomous ObservationWe address the problem of observing an agent. We advocate a modeling approach for the visual system and its observer, where a discrete event dynamic system (DEDS) framework is developed and "events" are defined as ranges on parameter subsets. The dynamic recursive context for finite state machines (...Observation; Manipulation process1992
293 Autonomous observationWe address the problem of observing an agent?? We advocate a modeling approach for the visual system and its observer where a discrete event dynamic system DEDS framework is developed and events are de ned as ranges on parameter subsets?? The dynamic recursive context for nite state machine...Autonomous observation1992
294 Avalanche: A communication and memory architecture for scalable parallel computingAs the gap between processor and memory speeds widens, system designers will inevitably incorporate increasingly deep memory hierarchies to maintain the balance between processor and memory system performance. At the same time, most communication subsystems are permitted access only to main memory ...Avalanche; Computer memory; Memory architecture1995
295 Avalanche: A communication and memory architecture for scalable parallel computingAs the gap between processor and memory speeds widens?? system designers will inevitably incorpo rate increasingly deep memory hierarchies to maintain the balance between processor and memory system performance At the same time?? most communication subsystems are permitted access only to main m...Avalanche; Communication architecture; Memory architecture1995
296 Average-case optimized technology mapping of one-hot domino circuitsThis paper presents a technology mapping technique for optimizing the average-case delay of asynchronous combinational circuits implemented using domino logic and one-hot encoded outputs. The technique minimizes the critical path for common input patterns at the possible expense of making less commo...1998
297 Average-case optimized technology mapping of one-hot domino circuits*This paper presents a technology mapping technique for optimizing the average-case delay of asynchronous combinational circuits implemented using domino logic and one-hot encoded outputs. The technique minimizes the critical path for common input patterns at the possible expense of making less commo...1998
298 B-splines for physically-based renderingAlthough B-spline curves and surfaces have enjoyed a long established place in the graphics community as constructive modeling tools, the use of B-spline approximation techniques has received relatively little attention in rendering. In this work we explore the use of 4D and 5D tensor product B-s...B-spline curves; Rendering algorithms2002-01-09
299 Backtracking in generalized control settingsBacktracking is a powerful conceptual and practical technique in programming. However, its application in general has been limited to global control over recursive programs. In this paper we explore through several examples the coherence and utility of applying backtracking in more general control s...Backtracking1977
300 Band-gap engineering of Zn1-xGaxO nanopowders: synthesis, structural and optical characterizationsWe report the preparation and detailed structural and optical characterizations of single phase gallium doped ZnO nanopowders. A low temperature solution-based technique was developed to synthesize high-purity Zn1−xGaxO (x:0-0.05) nanopowders. Structural and optical characterization experiments we...Zinc gallium oxide; ZnGaO; Nanopowders; Band-gap engineering2008
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