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For both datasets, the PHOW local descriptors have the highest stability and robustness: 55.69% MAP for the Scouter dataset and 43.21% MAP for the PEVID-HD dataset.
Takahiron Kawamura and colleagues at Toshiba's Corporate Research and Development Center, in Japan, have developed WOM (word-of-mouth) Scouter to allow shoppers to get the latest reviews for a product they are looking to buy simply while they are in store.
In my Boy Scouts troop newspaper, The 809 Scouter, I called myself "our intrepid correspondent" when I filed dispatches from summer camp.
Alsoa lifelong Scouter and bowling enthusiast, his funeral at St John's Church, Canton, Cardiff, was packed with friends who liked and respected the quiet, hardworking man.
For those who would rather hunt from their armchair than read, there's the "Smart Scouter." It's a Cellular Surveillance System device that combines 50 infrared bulbs, a heat sensor, a 1.3 megapixel digital camera, and cell phone technology to e-mail you photos of anything warm bodied that walks past the spot you've previously decided you want to "scout."
Robert Baden Powell, B.-P.'s Outlook: Selections from the Founder's Contributions to The Scouter from 1909-1941 (Ottawa, 1979), August 13, 1937.
These guidelines begin with the selection process for every "Scouter" (volunteer and paid staff) admitted to membership in BSA.
The following were awarded a Medal of Merit: Mike Huggins, district secretary; Roy Sharp, honorary scouter of 1st Loftus Scout Group.
"As a dedicated Scouter, he ably proved that he was prepared to help other people at all times.
MILLS, WILBERT "WIB" KENNETH, elder for 32 years, served on the board of managers and a Scouter for 20 years, First Presbyterian Church, Collingwood, Ont., died Jan.
He is an active member of the Society of American Foresters and holds the rank of Scouter with the Boy Scouts of America.