Noisy Bottoms

Foxes do it... rabbits do it... Even Daddy Bear does it! Little children won't be able to resist pressing the buttons to make all the sounds in this hilarious book!

Noisy Bottoms

Author: Sam Taplin

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ISBN: 9781474968768

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Foxes do it... rabbits do it... Even Daddy Bear does it! Little children won't be able to resist pressing the buttons to make all the sounds in this hilarious book! Little Bear meets all the animals in the forest and discovers that sometimes, everyone has a noisy bottom...including himself! With five different sounds guaranteed to get children giggling.

Process Quality Control

Then a program of interchange ( reassemblies of tops , bottoms , and gears ) was
scheduled . During the interchanges , those mixer reassemblies which included a
gear from a noisy mixer should test noisy if the gear was the cause ; or if the ...

Process Quality Control

Author: Ellis Raymond Ott

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

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Page: 462

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Seismic Detection and Discrimination Using Ocean bottom Seismographs

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ACCELERATION 50 40 QUIET PERIOD DB RE 1 ( MICRON / S ** 2 ) ** 2 / HZ 30
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20 ...

Seismic Detection and Discrimination Using Ocean bottom Seismographs

Author: LeRoy M. Dorman

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Research progress on seismic detection and discrimination using ocean-bottom seismographs (OBS's) is outlined. During this first year of DARPA contract work, our investigations have been focused primarily on using existing OBS data to address the problem of sea-floor seismic noise and to constrain models of the near-bottom seismic environment. We have completed noise studies at six of our previously occupied OBS sites. The noise levels of typical amplitude spectra roll off rapidly out to 2-4 Hz and much less rapidly beyond 4 Hz. At frequencies above 4 Hz, the noise levels are low, typically a few nanometers/Hz1/2 or less and comparable to good land-based stations. Several correlations between noise levels and other parameters, such as sediment thickness, distance from the continental margin and sea state, are discussed and used to constrain possible noise mechanisms. We hypothesize that the dominant mechanism of high-frequency (>2 Hz) noise generation at most of the sites examined thus far is of local oceanographic origin, exciting acoustic modes in the water column which couple to Stoneley modes at the sediment-water interface and waveguide modes within the sediment column. This hypothesis is supported by the analysis of noise data from two OBS arrays, which shows that the noise coherence is very low for pairs of sensors separated by as little as 200 m. We also outline some of the conclusions relevant to the seismic noise problem deduced by us from the data collected during the Lopez Island intercalibration experiment.

Proceedings of the 11th IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition The Hague The Netherlands August 30 September 3 1992 3 Conference C image speech and signal analysis

Association of adaptative smoothing and Markovian models for detection of
valley bottoms on strongly noisy images B. Chalmond Université Paris - Sud , Bat
.425 91405 Orsay Cédex and Sudimage , Parc - Club , Bat.D , 91893 Orsay
Cédex ...

Proceedings of the 11th IAPR International Conference on Pattern Recognition   The Hague  The Netherlands  August 30   September 3  1992  3  Conference C  image  speech  and signal analysis

Author: International Conference on Pattern Recognition

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ISBN: 9780818629204

Page: 791

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Natural Complexity

Highway building by an “ant agent” in a clean (top; 20,000 iterations) and noisy (
bottom; 51,000 iterations) background environment. The solid dots show the
starting (red) and ending (green) position of the ant, with the insets in the top
panel ...

Natural Complexity

Author: Paul Charbonneau

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691170355

Page: 376

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This book provides a short, hands-on introduction to the science of complexity using simple computational models of natural complex systems—with models and exercises drawn from physics, chemistry, geology, and biology. By working through the models and engaging in additional computational explorations suggested at the end of each chapter, readers very quickly develop an understanding of how complex structures and behaviors can emerge in natural phenomena as diverse as avalanches, forest fires, earthquakes, chemical reactions, animal flocks, and epidemic diseases. Natural Complexity provides the necessary topical background, complete source codes in Python, and detailed explanations for all computational models. Ideal for undergraduates, beginning graduate students, and researchers in the physical and natural sciences, this unique handbook requires no advanced mathematical knowledge or programming skills and is suitable for self-learners with a working knowledge of precalculus and high-school physics. Self-contained and accessible, Natural Complexity enables readers to identify and quantify common underlying structural and dynamical patterns shared by the various systems and phenomena it examines, so that they can form their own answers to the questions of what natural complexity is and how it arises.

Field Stream

Or they hear noisy surface lures. ... How deep is "bottom" when we speak of bass
as bottomfish? ... a lure down over the side of the boat, being careful not to be
noisy on the boat bottom, and jig it in short strokes up and down from the bottom.

Field   Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Effects of Noise on Marine Mammals

11 For example , semisubmersible drillships appear to be less noisy than
conventional - hull drillships , and bottom - founded platforms are probably
quieter than either semisubmersibles or conventional drillships ( sect . 5.4 ) .
There are ...

Effects of Noise on Marine Mammals

Author: William John Richardson

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PC Mag

Bottom line: The Dell 23OOMP / \\\x / has an attractive price for a sub- l 5-pound
XGA-resolution projector, and that's before ... Fairly noisy. Bottom line: The IBM
M400 is just about small enough to slip $1.849 direct. IBM Corp., www.ibm.c0m.

PC Mag

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PCMag.com is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology.

Expanded Abstracts with Biographies

... w2 attenuation , but behave poorly in the presence of spatial kz ki aliasing ,
dipping water - bottom , and noisy data . ... The results obtained on a real data
example demonstrate that water bottom ally constant water velocity . multiples
and ...

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Earth Surface Remote Sensing II

DATA ANALYSIS In order to extract coral reef area from the casi imageries , the
following bottom indices were applied to the ... On the other hand , the bottom
type index B showed a very noisy bottom pattern so that to extract the coral reef
area ...

Earth Surface Remote Sensing II

Author: Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche (Italy)

Publisher: Society of Photo Optical

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Page: 240

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This work brings together 25 papers examining subjects such as geological applications, cultural heritage, geological hazard, land management and passive remote sensing of the ocean and sea ice.

The Neuroscience of Visual Hallucinations

Sensory deprivation couples noisy bottom-up signals with strong priors that are
physiologically modulated by stronger signals. The resulting prediction errors
and noisy signals are considered equivalent to other inputs by higher levels of ...

The Neuroscience of Visual Hallucinations

Author: Daniel Collerton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118892801

Page: 368

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Each year, some two million people in the United Kingdom experience visual hallucinations. Infrequent, fleeting visual hallucinations, often around sleep, are a usual feature of life. In contrast, consistent, frequent, persistent hallucinations during waking are strongly associated with clinical disorders; in particular delirium, eye disease, psychosis, and dementia. Research interest in these disorders has driven a rapid expansion in investigatory techniques, new evidence, and explanatory models. In parallel, a move to generative models of normal visual function has resolved the theoretical tension between veridical and hallucinatory perceptions. From initial fragmented areas of investigation, the field has become increasingly coherent over the last decade. Controversies and gaps remain, but for the first time the shapes of possible unifying models are becoming clear, along with the techniques for testing these. This book provides a comprehensive survey of the neuroscience of visual hallucinations and the clinical techniques for testing these. It brings together the very latest evidence from cognitive neuropsychology, neuroimaging, neuropathology, and neuropharmacology, placing this within current models of visual perception. Leading researchers from a range of clinical and basic science areas describe visual hallucinations in their historical and scientific context, combining introductory information with up-to-date discoveries. They discuss results from the main investigatory techniques applied in a range of clinical disorders. The final section outlines future research directions investigating the potential for new understandings of veridical and hallucinatory perceptions, and for treatments of problematic hallucinations. Fully comprehensive, this is an essential reference for clinicians in the fields of the psychology and psychiatry of hallucinations, as well as for researchers in departments, research institutes and libraries. It has strong foundations in neuroscience, cognitive science, optometry, psychiatry, psychology, clinical medicine, and philosophy. With its lucid explanation and many illustrations, it is a clear resource for educators and advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

Mathematical Models and Techniques for Medical Imaging

The bottom right shows the recovered tangent ( blue ) versus the original ( red )
vector . We show that the ... 3 Noisy vector field with a track ( slice 3 , 4 , 7 and 8 )
and without a fiber bundle ( slice 1 , 2 , 5 , 6 , 9 and 10 ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 .

Mathematical Models and Techniques for Medical Imaging

Author: Tin Man Lee

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Optics Letters

Noisy versions of p ( r , t ) were created by addition of samples from a zero - mean
uncorrelated Gaussian random ... ( left column ) and corrected ( right column )
optoacoustic signals for the noiseless ( top row ) and noisy ( bottom row ) cases .

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Canadian Journal of Physics

The symbols O , O , and A denote the 2rsn , 11n , and 2rIn noisy states
respectively . FIG . 5. Power spectra for two noisy branches at a bottom - plate
temperature of 0.85 K. The spectra have been smoothed with a sliding boxcar
having a width ...

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International Conference on Image Processing 1999

Top : Noise free , Middle : Noisy , Bottom : Estimated Figure 4 : Top to bottom :
Original and Noisy ( PSNR = 25 dB / SNR = 5.3 ) test images , Linear Diffusion w /
Noise Free and Estimated Gradient Maps at t = 1.5 and 3.5 ( PSNR = 40 dB ) ...

International Conference on Image Processing  1999

Author: IEEE Signal Processing Society

Publisher: Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE)

ISBN: 9780780354678

Page: 3376

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These four volumes contain the proceedings of the 1999 International Conference on Image Processing. The topic examined include: segmentation for application; image and texture analysis; facial expressions analysis; recognition and tracking; and image mosaicing.