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optimization algorithms which when applied to software engineering problems gave rise to Search Based Software Engineering (SBSE) [3] which reformulates software engineering problems as search problems. It is a collective attempt to shift from human based search to machine based search by applying search based optimization techniques. These methods encompass representation of problem and defining fitness function. SBSE treats search problem as one where optimal or near optimal solution are sought in a

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Analysis of RNNs revealed that the hidden-to-output function, hidden-to-hidden transition, and input-to-hidden function must be made deeper [3]. Based on the following input sequence: x = (x1; : : : ; xT), a standard RNN is responsible for computing the vector sequence: h = (h1; : : : ; hT) as well as the output vector sequence: y = (y1; : : : ; yT) using two equations (depicted below) from t = 1 to T [3]. (1) ht = H(Wxhxt+Whhht-1+bh) (2) yt = Whyht+by H. Restricted Boltzmann Machines An RBM is a

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how far apart do they live? a. 96 km b. 87 km c. 80 km d. 73 km 30. A matrix B has Eigen-values (characteristic values)  found from which of the following equations? a. b. c. d. 31. The divergence of the vector function at the point (0, 1, 1) is a. -4 b. -1 c. 0 d. 4 32. A right circular cone cut parallel with the axis of symmetry could reveal a a. circle b. hyperbola

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operators and local operators. The global tone mapping methods are simply mapped the input HDR image I^h (x,y) to an output LDR image I^l (x,y) = f (I^h (x,y)) , where f () is a global compression function which is spatially invariant, such as gamma function, linear function, histogram based function and the function adapted to tone reproduction curves. Hence, the local tone mapping methods decompose the input HDR image into multiple layers or areas, apply different compressing algorithm in different layers

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successfully capture without losing detail. Our real-world environment dynamic range is high that exceeds the capabilities of modern display devices with limited dynamic range. A problem appears when displaying high dynamic range image in low dynamic range display devices, so the tone mapping technique has been used to solve this problem. In this paper, new adjustment tone mapping technique is presented for displaying high dynamic range image on a low dynamic range device without any lose in image details

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through Pricing: A report on the quantitative analysis of the ChocoMint bar Introduction ChocoMint is a bar of chocolate under ChocoHeaven, which is a distributor of organic chocolate. In recent years, the business of ChocoMint bar encountered some problems. Since the ChocoMint bar is manufactured overseas, the supply chain could be unreliable. Besides, as ChocoMint is stored at special storage locations in the UK, the storage capacity for this kind of product in the UK is limited. Therefore, in order

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Indirect Assessment Indirect assessments involve the gathering of information from the individual or those close to them through the utilization of structured interviews, rating scales, checklists, or questionnaires (Cooper et al., 2007). The objective of the indirect assessment is to clearly identify the behavior; under what circumstances it is most likely to occur; what the individual gains from engaging in the behavior; what interventions, if any, have been utilized previously; and what antecedents

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spatially variant manner because mapping function processes for each individual pixel. Local operators characterized that more satisfactorily than global operators in terms of the detail preservation and compression ratio of the dynamic range. Also, there are two tone mapping model linear tone mapping model and nonlinear tone mapping model. Linear model does not need multiscale decomposition or segmentation of the images into binary or fractional maps, where the problems associated with layer decomposition

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them is in term of one is in term of concept, while the other one is in term of practicality. Concepts used of calculus usually used in daily life of humans but rather they did not aware about it. Practicality is when the calculus is used to solve a problem in human life but mainly not about every humans’ life. Concepts used of calculus. Happen without one notice that they are actually applied it when they do some works. One example in term of concepts is the application of limit. Limit is needed when

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Mass Index (BMI) is a comparison between a person's height (in meters) and weight (in kilograms) in order to determine whether one is overweight or underweight based on their height. The goal of this portfolio is to prove of disprove how BMI as a function of Age (years) for girls living in the USA in 2000 can be modeled using one or more mathematical equations. This data can be used for parents wanting to predict the change in BMI for their daughters or to compare their daughter's BMI with the median

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