By Wei Jian-Xiang, Sun Yue-Hong, Tao Zhao-Ling (auth.), Jun Zhang (eds.)
The 5 quantity set CCIS 224-228 constitutes the refereed complaints of the foreign convention on utilized Informatics and conversation, ICAIC 2011, held in Xi'an, China in August 2011.
The 446 revised papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions. The papers disguise a large diversity of subject matters in computing device technology and interdisciplinary purposes together with regulate, and software program structures, neural computing, instant networks, info structures, and picture processing.
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Mingche et al. different crime offense sites d: distance a, b: coefficients of the formulas : a special but crucial value determined by the former crime dat. B. The mathematics prediction model Suppose only that the offender chooses to offend at the new site d with probability density determined by (1) Then we propose the following formulas to estimate the value of the data of former crimes. Given a sample probability distribution on the basis of (the crime sites) from a and construct likelihood function (2) This is equivalent to maximizing the log-likelihood (3) Then the best choice of we may get the value of that makes the likelihood as large as possible.
Following the working environment of this system, it will use anti-jamming, anticorroding, anti-metallic and high frequency RFID tags, every component is fitted with RFID tags, the information relative to components, such as ID number, manufacturing codes, name, producers and price, is kept in the tags . VC6. 0 and SQL are used as the original developing tools in the monitoring system. At first, it needs to analyze and construct system functional modules of paper machine, then design engineering framework-a kind of visual management user interface- in VC platform.
The fast computation is shown section 3. The accurate form is explored section 4. Numerical experiments on Zernike moments are shown in section 5. Section 6 concludes the study. 2 Zernike Moments The computation of Zernike moments from an input image consists of three steps: the computation of the Zernike real-valued radial polynomials; the computation of Zernike polynomials; the computation of the two-dimensional Zernike moments of order n with repetition m of an image intensity function f(x,y).