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In allusion to the “on-line beforehand decision-making, real time matching”, this paper proposes the stability control flow based on PMU for interconnected power system, which is a real-time stability control. In this scheme, preventive control, emergency control and corrective control are designed to a closed-loop rolling control process, it(More)
We describe a method for human pose estimation in static images based on a novel representation of part models. Notably, we do not use articulated limb parts, but rather capture orientation with a mixture of templates for each part. We describe a general, flexible mixture model for capturing contextual co-occurrence relations between parts, augmenting(More)
We describe a method for articulated human detection and human pose estimation in static images based on a new representation of deformable part models. Rather than modeling articulation using a family of warped (rotated and foreshortened) templates, we use a mixture of small, nonoriented parts. We describe a general, flexible mixture model that jointly(More)
We describe the WIKIQA dataset, a new publicly available set of question and sentence pairs, collected and annotated for research on open-domain question answering. Most previous work on answer sentence selection focuses on a dataset created using the TREC-QA data, which includes editor-generated questions and candidate answer sentences selected by matching(More)
In this paper, we present a multimodal Recurrent Neural Network (m-RNN) model for generating novel image captions. It directly models the probability distribution of generating a word given previous words and an image. Image captions are generated according to this distribution. The model consists of two sub-networks: a deep recurrent neural network for(More)
We investigate bag-of-visual-words (BOVW) approaches to land-use classification in high-resolution overhead imagery. We consider a standard non-spatial representation in which the frequencies but not the locations of quantized image features are used to discriminate between classes analogous to how words are used for text document classification without(More)
Compared with supervised learning for feature selection, it is much more difficult to select the discriminative features in un-supervised learning due to the lack of label information. Traditional unsuper-vised feature selection algorithms usually select the features which best preserve the data distribution, e.g., manifold structure , of the whole feature(More)
Recent years have seen the growing popularity of multi-rate wireless network devices (e.g., 802.11a cards) that can exploit variations in channel conditions and improve overall network throughput. Concurrently, rate adaptation schemes have been developed that selectively increase data transmissions on a link when it offers good channel quality. In this(More)
We describe a novel image representation termed spatial pyramid co-occurrence which characterizes both the photometric and geometric aspects of an image. Specifically, the co-occurrences of visual words are computed with respect to spatial predicates over a hierarchical spatial partitioning of an image. The representation captures both the absolute and(More)
Near-duplicate video retrieval (NDVR) has recently attracted lots of research attention due to the exponential growth of online videos. It helps in many areas, such as copyright protection, video tagging, online video usage monitoring, etc. Most of existing approaches use only a single feature to represent a video for NDVR. However, a single feature is(More)