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SVM (support vector machines) is a new machine learning technique developed on statistical learning theory and has attracted more and more attentions. For machine learning tasks involving pattern classification, multi sensors information fusion, non-linear system control, etc, SVMs have become increasingly popular tools. In this paper, we survey the recent(More)
Automatic movement recognition is a crucial part to the development of weight lifter training and evaluating system which uses the kinematic data from video-analyzing and dynamic information for diagnosing weight lifter's performance. Previous works focused mainly on video processing (kinematic data) for analyzing athlete's performance, which needs a(More)
A novel recognition method of throwing force of athlete combined with wavelet and multi-class support vector machine is introduced in the paper, which is based on the analysis of motion characters of gliding shot put. Utilizing the digital shot based on a three dimensional accelerometer, we get the three dimensional throwing forces in real time. Through(More)
in the construction of urban rail transit (URT), how to predict and control the deep soil displacement caused by shield excavation to ensure the safety of existed underground structures is a larger problem during designs and constructions nowadays. Taking the shield construction of line 15 as the research background, this article adapted the method of field(More)
In order to promote hippopotamus management in the captive and ex-situ environment, especially the control of behavioural and physiological status during breeding and lactation seasons, we conducted a preliminary study on behavioural responses of a pair of hippos including both mother and infant in Hangzhou Wildlife Park, China. The study of the captive(More)
In discrete undirected graphical models, the conditional independence of the node labels Y is specified by the graph structure. We study the case where there is another input random vector X (e.g. observed features) such that the distribution P (Y | X) is determined by functions of X that characterize the (higher-order) interactions among the Y ’s. The main(More)
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