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The oblique effect refers to a better perception of horizontal and vertical image features as compared with the perception at oblique angles. This effect can be observed in both animals and humans. Recent neurophysiological data suggest that the basis of this effect lies in the structure of the primary visual cortex, where more cortical area is devoted to(More)
In this paper we give a brief overview of the Webis group's participation in the TREC 2015 Tasks and Total Recall tracks. In the task understanding subtask of the Tasks track, we use dierent data sources (AOL query log, Freebase, etc.) and APIs (Google, Bing, etc.) to retrieve topics related to a given query. All sources are combined in our SQuare system.(More)
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