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A segmentation perturbation method for improved iris recognition
A new approach for iris recognition is presented. Perturbations of iris segmentations generated by an existing algorithm are used to generate probe templates that are compared to gallery templates.Expand
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The interventionists : users' manual for the creative disruption of everyday life
Art made to attach to buildings or to be given away? Wearable art for street demonstrations or art that sets up a booth at a trade show? This is the art of the interventionists, who trespass into theExpand
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On the Different Forms of Spanning Tree-based Broadcast Topologies for Mobile Ad hoc Networks
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We study the different forms of spanning tree-based topologies that could be used for efficient broadcasting in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). Expand
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Changing Needs, Changing Roles: How Public Libraries Are Expanding Traditional Service Models to Best Serve Their Communities
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In the fall and winter columns I wrote about our year-long RUSA strategic planning process. Expand
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Our Student Soldiers: Lessons From the North and Left
Contrary to expectation, an academic leftist advocates for students in the military, having observed these students' consistently excellent performance over 12 years of teaching philosophy andExpand
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An online photographic catalog of primary types of Platygastroidea (Hymenoptera) in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
A photographic catalog of primary types of Platygastroidea housed in the National Insect Collection, National Museum of Natural History, is here made available online at the image database at TheExpand
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Low-cost electronic sensors for environmental research: Pitfalls and opportunities:
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Repeat observations underpin our understanding of environmental processes, but financial constraints often limit scientists’ ability to deploy dense networks of conventional commercial instrumentat... Expand
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Further steps toward a second-person neuroscience.
Schilbach et al. contribute to neuroscience methodology through drawing on insights from the second-person approach. We suggest that they could further contribute to social neuroscience by more fullyExpand
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