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Background and foreground modeling using nonparametric kernel density estimation for visual surveillance
Automatic understanding of events happening at a site is the ultimate goal for many visual surveillance systems. Higher level understanding of events requires that certain lower level computer visionExpand
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W/sup 4/: Who? When? Where? What? A real time system for detecting and tracking people
W/sup 4/ is a real time visual surveillance system for detecting and tracking people and monitoring their activities in an outdoor environment. It operates on monocular grayscale video imagery, or onExpand
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Nonparametric background model for background subtraction
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Thinking outside the zone: High-resolution quantitative diatom biochronology for the Antarctic Neogene
Abstract Developing a coherent Neogene history of the Antarctic ice sheet and Southern Ocean requires a high-resolution biostratigraphic age model, one that is applicable to the array of existingExpand
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W4: Real-time of people and their activities
Refrigeration systems of the type including first and second communicating, sealed, cylindrical, vessels having respective first and second piston-like elements reciprocating axially therein areExpand
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Resolving a late Oligocene conundrum: Deep-sea warming and Antarctic glaciation
Abstract Changes in ice volume and resulting changes in sea level were determined for the late Oligocene (26–23 Ma, Astronomical Timescale, ATS) by applying δ 18 O-to-sea-level calibrations toExpand
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Middle Eocene to Pleistocene Diatom Biostratigraphy of Southern Ocean Sediments from the Kerguelen Plateau, Leg 120
The biostratigraphic distribution and abundance of lower Oligocene to Pleistocene diatoms is documented from Holes 747A, 747B, 748B, 749B, and 751A drilled during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 120 onExpand
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Circum-Antarctic warming events between 4 and 3.5 Ma recorded in marine sediments from the Prydz Bay (ODP Leg 188) and the Antarctic Peninsula (ODP Leg 178) margins.
Abstract Our study characterizes glacial and interglacial deposition on two Antarctic margins in order to discriminate between regional and continent-wide early to middle Pliocene warm intervals thatExpand
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Palynomorphs from a sediment core reveal a sudden remarkably warm Antarctica during the middle Miocene
An exceptional triple palynological signal (unusually high abundance of marine, freshwater, and terrestrial palynomorphs) recovered from a core collected during the 2007 ANDRILL (Antarctic geologicExpand
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Antarctic records of precession-paced insolation-driven warming during early Pleistocene Marine Isotope Stage 31
Precisely dated Antarctic continental margin and Southern Ocean geological records show that the early Pleistocene interglacial Marine Isotope Stage 31 (MIS-31) was characterized by warmer thanExpand
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