Karin Griffis

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Control and bilaterally bulbectomized male rats were tested in an arena where the male could choose to spend time with (and mate with) a sexually receptive female, a nonreceptive female, or be in a neutral compartment. Control males mated with, and showed a strong preference for, sexually receptive females. Bulbectomy virtually eliminated mating. In(More)
In this work, we propose an algorithm for the automatic, qualitative explanation of object-level changes in multispectral remote sensing imagery. This multi-stage approach is based on the construction of change models that directly reflect the nuisance effects of the data acquisition process, unimportant causes of observed object variation, such as(More)
Many video codecs rely on a periodically embedded codes to maintain synchronization. In order to increase system robustness, we propose a detection algorithm to determine synchronization code location. The associated metric relies on knowledge of the distribution of the locations of codes within the compressed data. These distributions are modeled as(More)
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