• FABRIK

  • Referenced in 10 articles [sw09382]
  • approach, finding each joint position via locating a point on a line ... limited to the specific problem discussed here. The proposed hand pose tracker is real-time...
  • AQUARS

  • Referenced in 12 articles [sw07570]
  • points that are far apart. In contrast, AQUARS is a novel approach that locates ... dimensional watershed model calibration problem and on 18 test problems. The alternatives include EGO, GLOBALm...
  • ViP-DeepLab

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw39073]
  • while providing each point with instance-level semantic interpretations. Solving this problem requires the vision ... models to predict the spatial location, semantic class, and temporally consistent instance label for each ... point. ViP-DeepLab approaches it by jointly performing monocular depth estimation and video panoptic segmentation...
  • VIDA

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw39992]
  • choosing breakpoints. To address these problems and help developers locate faults effectively, we propose ... found, this framework continuously recommends checking points based on statements’ suspicions, which are calculated according...
  • Skalpel

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw16984]
  • real location of the type error. Attempts at solving this problem 1) fail to include ... multiple program points which make up the type error, 2) often report tree fragments which...
  • ThIEF

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw33129]
  • types/tissues or multiple time points. The input to the problem is a set of maps ... which is a list of genomics locations for nucleosomes or histone marks. The output ... alignment of nucleosomes/histone marks across time points (that we call trajectories), allowing small movements ... ThIEF:LP solves a k-partite matching problem on a hyper graph using linear programming...
  • SuperPoint

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw31219]
  • large number of multiple-view geometry problems in computer vision. As opposed to patch-based ... jointly computes pixel-level interest point locations and associated descriptors in one forward pass...
  • FaIMS

  • Referenced in 9 articles [sw06425]
  • harmonic wave equation with broadband and multi-point illumination. This model finds many applications ... approximation, we obtain a linear least-squares problem. The scheme we describe in this paper ... operator in the linearized least-squares problem). The main feature of the method is that ... frequencies, $N_{s}$ the number of illumination locations, $N_{d}$ the number of detectors...
  • BISTAB

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw00081]
  • Numerical solution of bifurcation and nonlinear eigenvalue problems. Applications of Bifurcation Theory, Proc. adv. Semin ... Linearized stability analysis, location of Hopf bifurcation points, and sorting of points for plotting ... BISTAB computationally efficient and useful for applied problems where nonnumerical bifurcation analysis may be difficult...
  • KOJAK

  • Referenced in 4 articles [sw09129]
  • performance analysis environment for parallel programs. Performance problems are specified in terms of execution patterns ... dimension describes the behavior’s source-code location and the execution phase during which ... behavior on varying levels of granularity. Each point of the representation is uniformly mapped onto ... addition, the set of predefined performance problems can be extended to meet individual (e.g., application...
  • KEPLER

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw08618]
  • neighbourhood of these two elliptic stable points, we are able to define adapted action-angle ... then applied to the Stark-Quadratic-Zeeman problem, displaying very clearly the Arnold ... numerical frequency analysis, one is able to locate with great precision the thin stochastic layer ... integration errors do not eject the point out of the layer, and moreover a very...
  • MSNLP

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw03052]
  • with static filters and (ii) stochastic starting point generators (’drivers’) for a multi-start global ... sets of test problems. Best known solutions to most of the problems are obtained competitively ... calls, and the best solutions are often located in the first ten calls. The results...
  • clusterPy

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw20894]
  • large number of geographic areas or points into a smaller number of regions based ... aggregation problems such as the modifiable areal unit problem, the small numbers problem, spurious spatial ... autocorrelation, aggregation bias, aggregation error (in location allocation problems). Analytical regions arise...
  • Harm3d

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw09390]
  • rarefies grid points away from each black hole to keep the overall problem size ... distorted system representing the spatial locations of our grid points. Since we are motivated...
  • MonoLoco

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw36641]
  • Estimation. We tackle the fundamentally ill-posed problem of 3D human localization from monocular ... limitation of neural networks outputting point estimates, we address the ambiguity in the task ... feed-forward neural network that predicts 3D locations and corresponding confidence intervals given 2D human...
  • Semi-stencil

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw12894]
  • weighted accumulation of the contribution of neighbor points along the cartesian axis. Therefore, optimizing stencil ... named Semi-stencil, that tackles these two problems. The main idea behind this algorithm ... stencil in a set of closely located points. As Semi-stencil progresses through the domain...
  • ODEPAINLEVE

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw15721]
  • analysis of ordinary differential equations. Nature of problem: Given a nonlinear ordinary differential equation ... property, i.e. being free of moving critical points. This information is useful in attempts ... generic term are used to locate possible resonances, i.e. indices of coefficients in the series...
  • SSPX

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw04877]
  • dimensions. SSPX solves small and large deformation problems, in either the undeformed (Lagrangian) or deformed ... selected data, strain at a point, strain at stations, Delaunay, grid-nearest neighbor, and grid ... slice and in 3D, the location and orientation of the slice can be varied...
  • GeoMLA

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw41372]
  • generate spatial predictions, but spatial location of points (geography) is often ignored in the modeling ... framework (RFsp) where buffer distances from observation points are used as explanatory variables, thus incorporating ... quality of spatial sampling (to minimize extrapolation problems and any type of bias in data...
  • PyFly

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw25306]
  • wake while assuming that the flow separation location is known a priori. This method ... construct the velocity field at every point in the simulated domain. We introduce the pointwise ... body shapes. We simulate different aerodynamic problems to illustrate the usefulness and effectiveness of PyFly...