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Synonyms for canny

Synonyms for canny

having or showing a clever awareness and resourcefulness in practical matters

careful in the use of material resources

Synonyms for canny

showing self-interest and shrewdness in dealing with others

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In [6], the authors tried to use the Canny operator with high quality in a short time.
3) To further illustrate the effectiveness of the Canny operator in Canny-HOG, we used the center symmetric template to replace the Canny operator without changing any other parameters.
Fr Canny concluded: "Terri - for you as his wife, as well as his parents Kathleen and Michael, brother and sisters and family circle - it is a time to mourn the loss of someone very special in your lives.
The 495 Canny edges were subjected to statistical analysis with the objective of identifying textural or contextual measures near the fronts that could be used for statistical classification.
Canny is a fascinating main character surrounded by mysterious secondary characters whose secrets are slowly revealed as Knox layers each person's story into others to create a complex world.
In addition, a complexity analysis, and performance measurement operations in terms of execution time and number of basic operations will be shown with comparison to Canny and Sobel edge detection algorithms.
CANNY CARLIN, who was a strong 10-1 ante-post Pricewise recommendation, blitzed the opposition to land the opening heat of Newcastle's Bags/SIS 500 sweepstake competition yesterday lunchtime, writes Dave Johnston.
Reshaping Ireland 1550-1700; colonization and its consequences, essays presented to Nicholas Canny.
RECESSION-HIT consumers are becoming more canny about seeking out the best mobile, broadband and television deals rather than giving them up, a report found today.
clever especially in taking advantage of opportunities : shrewd <a canny decision> <canny shoppers>
CANNY pundits made a killing on the collapse of holiday airline and travel agent XL this week.
Canny is of counsel to the firm's labor and employment practice group.
Longford," a film premiering on HBO tonight, merits attention on the strength of its talent alone: It stars Oscar winner Jim Broadbent as Longford; Lindsay Duncan as his wife, Elizabeth; and Samantha Morton as the canny Myra.