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DR. nupur raina department of OphthalmologyDR. nupur raina department of Ophthalmology
Accuracy of retinoscopy versus autorefraction in acceptance of subjective correction-a comparative study”. Monocular estimate method
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Masaryk universityMasaryk university
The method described objective measurements of visual acuity such as auto- refractometer. The work is mostly focused on the subjective refraction in order to show that subjective refraction is most reliable method of measuring visual acuity and more comfortable. Monocular estimate method
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How does the visual system locate objects in three dimensions? Perceiving position in two dimensions – vertical and horizontal – is easyHow does the visual system locate objects in three dimensions? Perceiving position in two dimensions – vertical and horizontal – is easy
Assume all objects are at the same distance from the observer, so that the brain only has to determine horizontal and vertical locations. Monocular estimate method
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The organizing committeeThe organizing committee
Selective activation in the Lateral Occipital Cortex and a massive occipital deactivation for passive touch. Monocular estimate method
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Depth Estimation and Focus Recovery IntroductionDepth Estimation and Focus Recovery Introduction
There exist some problems in optical image processing like aberrations of camera, structure of zoom lens, blurring model and geometric optics and so on. Later. Monocular estimate method
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Jpl 2010 Space Grant Student OpportunitiesJpl 2010 Space Grant Student Opportunities
This is now a year-round program. Students may come to jpl for Summer/Fall/Spring internships. Monocular estimate method
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Section 2 Realtime Feature Tracking and Segmentation upper body, hands, objects (LG)Section 2 Realtime Feature Tracking and Segmentation upper body, hands, objects (LG)
J. Rehg and T. Kanade. ‘Model-based tracking of self-occluding articulated objects’. In Proc of Fifth Intl. Conf on Computer Vision, pages 612-617, Boston, ma, June 1995. Ieee computer Society Press. Monocular estimate method
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The Costs of Ignoring High-Order Correlations in Populations of Model NeuronsThe Costs of Ignoring High-Order Correlations in Populations of Model Neurons
Furthermore, the results highlight the potential importance of the Dependence Tree Decoder to neuroscientists as a powerful, but still practical, way of approximating high-order correlations among neural responses. Monocular estimate method
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