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Synonyms for descriptor

the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something

a piece of stored information that is used to identify an item in an information storage and retrieval system

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For considering descriptor systems with uncertainties, even if the nominal descriptor system is admissible, the stability, regularity, or impulse immunity can easilybe destroyed by the arising uncontrollable uncertainties.
Ashy odor--This odor descriptor is similar to that of an ashtray, the odor of smokers' fingers or the smell one gets when cleaning out a fireplace.
Independent sample T-tests were performed in order to find the statistical differences between the intensity of each descriptor between wines of the same type aged in different barrels.
In Table 1 there are a couple of works present in (Rusu 2010) with the VFH descriptor (Viewpoint Feature Histogram) and (Wohlkinger & Vincze 2011) with the ESF descriptor (Ensemble of Shape Functions).
The decisive advantage of embedding is to allow a rapid quantification descriptor vectors.
All studies using such descriptors were performed using very small training sets, and predictive ability has not been checked properly for any of models.
The platform proposed in this paper supports the association of ontological entities available on the web to each of the services' functional attributes (service, portType and types), taking into account the meaning of those attributes within the linguistic context set by both the service descriptor and the ontology.
The major characteristic of such approaches is the fact that the descriptor is computed only for key points within the image.
Coming up with a solution of this contextual learning for mobile landmark search, we explore the combination of mobile context and visual statistics in each geographical region to learn a compact descriptor from geotagged reference photo collections.
The first descriptor (MLOGP) correlates positively with biological response (EC50) and describes the hydrophobicity of molecules and their influence on the inhibition of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase.
Landmarks can be automatically detected by setting tailored thresholds, empirically defined, in specific facial areas (where each landmark is more likely to be) for all geometrical descriptor facial maps.
Second, to further improve robustness, we propose a new feature descriptor based on a combination of the Histogram of Oriented Gradients with the Canny operator (Canny-HOG) which can represent the precise deformation of eyes, eyebrows and lips for FER.
Under the changes, an applicant will be able to nominate the sex descriptor in their birth registration as male, female or specify a gender diverse or non-binary descriptor.