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Crowdfunding Success: A Study on Factors Related to Kickstarter Success
Crowdfunding Success: A Study on Factors Related to Kickstarter Success
This study aims to analyze what altmetric factors affect the success of a Kickstarter campaign. This project was created by two high school students for the Big Data Challenge.
Nicholas Wilger, Daniel Awotundun
Ley de Ohm
Ley de Ohm
En este informe se presenta detalladamente el desarrollo de la primera practica de laboratorio, en la cual encontramos la ley de ohm y sus aplicaciones en los circuitos en paralelo y en serie, teniendo en cuenta las normas de laboratorio para así lograr la correcta finalización de dicha guía.
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How to Reduce Jetlag by Innovative Cabin Lighting
How to Reduce Jetlag by Innovative Cabin Lighting
The purpose of this paper is to examine how chronobiologically effective cabin lighting increases comfort and well-being for passengers on long-haul flights.
Achim LEDER, Dr.
Denver Crime Data
Denver Crime Data
Encontrar las características, de los diferentes tipos de de agresión registrados desde el 1 de enero de 2015 hasta septiembre de 2018, el en la ciudad de Denver.
Jorge Sarmientos, Carlos Mendez, Juan Bonilla
Using ResNet for Pulmonary Nodule Classification
Using ResNet for Pulmonary Nodule Classification
Classifying pulmonary nodule CT images as either benign or malignant, using a trained Residual Neural Network.
Owen Li
Conservative Wasserstein Training for Pose Estimation
Conservative Wasserstein Training for Pose Estimation
Paper presented at ICCV 2019. This paper targets the task with discrete and periodic class labels (e.g., pose/orientation estimation) in the context of deep learning. The commonly used cross-entropy or regression loss is not well matched to this problem as they ignore the periodic nature of the labels and the class similarity, or assume labels are continuous value. We propose to incorporate inter-class correlations in a Wasserstein training framework by pre-defining (i.e., using arc length of a circle) or adaptively learning the ground metric. We extend the ground metric as a linear, convex or concave increasing function w.r.t. arc length from an optimization perspective. We also propose to construct the conservative target labels which model the inlier and outlier noises using a wrapped unimodal-uniform mixture distribution. Unlike the one-hot setting, the conservative label makes the computation of Wasserstein distance more challenging. We systematically conclude the practical closed-form solution of Wasserstein distance for pose data with either one-hot or conservative target label. We evaluate our method on head, body, vehicle and 3D object pose benchmarks with exhaustive ablation studies. The Wasserstein loss obtaining superior performance over the current methods, especially using convex mapping function for ground metric, conservative label, and closed-form solution.
Xiaofeng Liu, Yang Zou, Tong Che, Peng Ding, Ping Jia, Jane You, B.V.K. Vijaya Kumar
Resume of Yogesh Patil
Resume of Yogesh Patil
Resume of Yogesh Patil
Yogesh Patil
Andrew Restrest's CV
Andrew Restrest's CV
Created using the Classicthesis-Styled CV LaTeX Template Version 1.0 (22/2/13) from LaTeXTemplates.com, originally by Alessandro Plasmati
Andrew Restrest
Feasibility of Simultaneous Information and Energy Transfer in LTE-A Small Cell Networks
Feasibility of Simultaneous Information and Energy Transfer in LTE-A Small Cell Networks
Simultaneous information and energy transfer (SIET) is attracting much attention as an effective method to provide green energy supply for mobiles. However, low power level of harvested energy from RF spectrum limits application of this technique. Thanks to improvement of sensitivity and efficiency of RF energy harvesting circuit as well as dense deployment of small cell base stations, SIET becomes more practical. In this paper, we propose a unified receiver model for SIET in LTE-A small cell base station networks, formulate a feasibility problem with Poisson point process model and analyze the feasibility for a special and practical scenario. The results show that it is feasible for mobiles to charge the secondary battery with harvested energy from BSs, but it is still impractical to directly charge the primary battery or operate without any battery at all.
Hongxing Xia

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