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Zhang, "Illumination robust single sample face recognition using multi-directional orthogonal gradient phase faces," Neurocomputing, vol.
Joanne has been an integral part of Illumination's growth for more than 6 years.
The bottom to top illumination of this magnificent monument will highlight the true beauty of its elements.
The illumination project is work of the best BiH experts Srda Hrisafovic and Jasmina Memic, and the City of Sarajevo is an investor through its public company.
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The group's time-encoded single-pixel 3D imaging technology is able to overcome speed limitations present in both the active illumination and the image sensor.
The company will offer live working demos of its illumination modules and electronic, solid-state beam steering for LiDAR and 3D sensing in its suite.
Wu said the illumination satellite's brightness is eight times that of the real moon.
Illumination Research uncovers and understands human behaviors via qualitative research.
Tania said that illumination of this scale had been done for the first time and the illumination would also be extended to other sites inside the Lahore Fort.
Great persons view about illumination of mind: Great persons in diverse fields of academic disciplines always advise the citizens of own country as well as that of the globe that we must illuminate our mind in such a manner that we are easily acceptable to the society.
Accurate and reliable identification of these features requires high-quality images, and even bright illumination of the face without shadows.