In the neuroevolution literature, research has primarily focused on evolving the number of nodes, connections, and weights in artificial neural networks. Few attempts have been made to evolve activation functions. Research in evolving activation functions has mainly focused on evolving function parameters, and developing heterogeneous networks by selecting… (More)
We present the Macaulay2 package NumericalImplicitization, which allows for user-friendly computation of the basic invariants of the image of a polynomial map, such as dimension, degree, and Hilbert function values. This package relies on methods of numerical algebraic geometry, such as homotopy continuation and monodromy. Introduction. Many varieties of… (More)
The mouth arises from the extreme anterior domain (EAD), a region where the ectoderm and endoderm are directly juxtaposed. Here, we identify a "pre-mouth array" in Xenopus that forms soon after the cranial neural crest has migrated to lie on either side of the EAD. Initially, EAD ectoderm comprises a wide and short epithelial mass that becomes narrow and… (More)
This paper focuses on applying segmentation and unsu-pervised learning algorithms to create an accurate sign language recognition model.
Index Fabric is an indexing algorithm specially designed for optimizing query processing on semistructured data such as XML. Compared with other latest development of XML indexing techniques, Index Fabric promises performance, flexibility and efficiency. One difficulty facing all XML indexing techniques for query optimization is the fact that XML data is… (More)