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The serial pattern found for conjunction visual-search tasks has been attributed to covert attentional shifts, even though the possible contributions of target location have not been considered. To investigate the effect of target location on orientation x color conjunction searches, the target's duration and its position in the display were manipulated.(More)
We investigated how both objective and subjective organizations affect perceptual organization and how this perceptual organization, in turn, influences observers' performance in a localization search task. Two groups of observers viewing exactly the same stimuli (objective organization) performed in significantly different ways, depending on how they were(More)
After Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was released, developing an effective computer auditing system became critical for management and auditors. In this study, the researchers used Gowin's Vee, raised as a research strategy by Novak and Gowin (1984). On the theoretical side, the researchers arranged documents and employed an expert questionnaire to(More)
Human body tracking has received increasing attention in recent years due to its broad applicability. Among these tracking algorithms, the particle filter is considered an effective approach for human motion tracking. However, it suffers from the degeneracy problem and considerable computational burden. This paper presents a novel 3D model-based tracking(More)
DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) is an effective technique to make use of the large amount of bandwidth in optical fibers to meet the broadband requirement of multimedia applications. The routing and wavelength assignment (RWA) algorithm efficiently manages optical network resources and is separated from the optical topology. This paper(More)