Kaoru Adachi

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  • K Adachi
  • 1995
An unfolding model is proposed for analyzing the confusion matrices obtained from stimulus identification experiments. In the model, row and column stimuli in the matrices are represented as two sets of points in a multidimensional space, and confusion probabilities are expressed as a function of the distances between the row and the column points. The(More)
UNLABELLED This experiment proposes a computer technique to find a witnessed one in the database of faces, from an eyewitness's feature description. The method is basically to choose the face with maximum likelihood for an eyewitness's description. The likelihood is derived from one of three models, in which the description of a features by a witness is(More)
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