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Three types of test objects were superimposed on noisy backgrounds and observed by 58 subjects: large low-contrast disks to simulate tumors, small disks to simulate calcifications, and bars to simulate blood vessels. Three types of noise were used: random noise, CT noise (reconstructed random noise), and an actual water scan taken with an EMI CT1010(More)
We propose a hierarchical approach to document categorization that requires no pre-configuration and maps the semantic document space to a predefined taxonomy. The utilization of search engines to train a hierarchical classifier makes our approach more flexible than existing solutions which rely on (human) labeled data and are bound to a specific domain. We(More)
This paper takes a cross-disciplinary view of the ontology of “business process”: how the concept is treated in the IS research literature and how related concepts (with stronger human behavioural orientation) from organisation and management sciences can potentially inform this IS perspective. In particular, is there room for socio-technical concepts such(More)