András Barta

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The paper presents a hierarchical object recognition system for document processing. It is based on a spatial tree structure representation and Bayesian framework. The image components are built up from lower level image components stored in a library. The tree representations of the objects are assembled from these components. A probabilistic framework is(More)
The apparent position, size, and shape of aerial objects viewed binocularly from water change as a result of the refraction of light at the water surface. Earlier studies of the refraction-distorted structure of the aerial binocular visual field of underwater observers were restricted to either vertically or horizontally oriented eyes. Here we calculate the(More)
Although the tabanid species and populations occurring in eastern central Europe (Carpathian Basin) are thoroughly studied, there are only sporadic data about the influence of weather conditions on the abundance and activity of horseflies. To fill in this lack, in Hungary, we performed a 3-month summer survey of horsefly catches registering the weather(More)
Due to the constant increase of the complexity and size of the complex networks studied, the need for distributed implementations of network clustering methods is getting more urgent each year. Here we present the online version of CFinder, which can locate overlapping communities in directed, weighted or undirected networks based on the clique percolation(More)
Photovoltaic solar panels represent one of the most promising renewable energy sources, but are strong reflectors of horizontally polarized light. Polarized light pollution (PLP) associated with solar panels causes aquatic insects to prefer to oviposit on panels over natural water bodies, with potential to negatively impact their global populations as solar(More)
Like other aquatic insects, mayflies are positively polarotactic and locate water surfaces by means of the horizontal polarization of water-reflected light. However, may vertically polarized light also have implications for the swarming behaviour of mayflies? To answer this question, we studied in four field experiments the behavioural responses of Ephoron(More)
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