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(4) Multiple-kernel SVM classifier is robust and effective in recognizing the most confusable emotion.
Target words selecting many similar-sounding neighbours are recognised less accurately and less quickly than words occurring in sparse or less confusable neighbourhoods.
The seven percent of footage it missed included confusable sounds, such as background music, or loud audience cheers.
A dictionary of confusable phrases; more than 10,000 idioms and collocations.
The third task--"Match It"--is a spatial-match task that consists of participants matching short confusable words (e.g., had, bad) from a spatial grid presented on the computer.
Derived from the base "octo" (for the 8th power of [10.sup.3]), yocto got its "y" to prevent its abbreviation from being "o," and thus confusable with the number zero.
Alternative approaches, such as testing subsets of confusable consonants over more limited SNR ranges [30], are less time-consuming.
The current recommendation of the General Committee, following the opinion of the Committee for Spermatophyta, is that Weberbauerella (Fabaceae) and Weberbaueriella (Asteraceae) are treated as confusable names (Barrie, 2006).
Conversing or arguing with a Greek (the two are actually confusable), is an exercise in coming up with the proverbial last words.
This adds confusable Syriac letters to the mix, especially when not written with appropriate dots.
In practice, this involved identifying the two items in each array which were the most confusable to the target, from Frowd et al.'s data, and then randomly exchanging them between arrays.