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Visitors who, when evening falls, have not yet had enough time for sifting, are permitted to take 20 litres of gravel with them to sift when they get back home.
In training phase, SIFT is applied to all object categories.
The SIFT algorithm extracts the feature points from the scale space of the image.
The main idea of SIFT feature descriptor is to describe the central pixel with the gradient directions of the neighborhood pixels.
The dominant local feature extractors are the Scale Invariant Feature Transform (SIFT) [7], and the Speeded-Up Robust Feature (SURF) [8], Due to their robustness and their time efficiency, SIFT and SURF have been deployed in a broad scope of applications such as object recognition [9], texture recognition, and image retrieval [10], [11], Thus, the two feature detectors have been selected for this research, and they have been applied on a standard fingerprint images database.
With the establishment of SIFT, there is hope among the weavers of the region that they can now create a place for their products in different markets.
In this paper, SIFT algorithm is proposed for resolving automatic detection problem.
When we began our work sifting debris at Fresh Kills, we were told by a New York City Police Department official to spread the material out as thinly as possible, sift it, and get rid of it.
When his school blended several legacy systems, Sift turned to dbaDIRECT, so staffers could focus on infrastructure issues rather than spend much of their time on data cleansing and other routine tasks.
Make Chocolate Chip Batter: Sift flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt onto a sheet of waxed paper.
Detecting gives the reader need-to-know information to sift the truth from a line, and warns that no one can B.
According to Kalvoda, Rice "frequently does not sift facts from propaganda and valid information from disinformation or misinformation" and "passes judgments and expresses opinions without adequate knowledge of facts" But Kalvoda is not, as one might have thought, writing about Rice's performance with regards to the Iraq war.