Today, digital audio applications are part of our everyday lives. Popular examples
include audio CDs, MP3 audio players, radio broadcasts, TV or video DVDs,
video games, digital cameras with sound track, digital camcorders, telephones,
telephone answering machines and telephone enquiries using speech or word
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Classification of voluntary cough sound and airflow patterns for detecting abnormal pulmonary function...
This paper presents an exploratory data analysis in lexical acquisition for adjective classes using clustering techniques. From a theoretical point of view, this approach provides large-scale empirical evidence for a sound classification. From a computational point of view, it helps develop a reliable automatic subclassification method. Results show that the features used in theoretical work can be successfully modelled in terms of shallow cues.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Bedside cardiology" presents the following contents: Bedside cardiology - Is it evidence based, functional classification, syndrome and measurement, clinical instrument, first heart sound, palpation, blood pressure, arterial pulse, jugular venous pulse,...
This collective work deals with the analysis of audiovisual numerical texts or
corpora, which may e.g. form part of an audiovisual library or archive.
The development of methods, tools and conceptual frameworks (or models) for
the concrete analysis of audiovisual texts or corpora is one of the most important
issues for multimedia (audiovisual) digital libraries, archives, collections, etc. and
also for any project or program to compile and disseminate knowledge heritage
(e.g. cultural, scientific etc.).
The emphasis on sensuous elements and on Gestalten founded thereon makes it clear that
Witasek's position is a formalist one. The `meanings' of works of art will have no role to play
within his theory. He has not even left room in his classification of aesthetic objects for what we
might call narrative entities: states of affairs, events, actions, etc., making up what we normally
think of as plot. There are of course many works of art whose adequate appreciation requires that
we go beyond the level of light, colour, shadow and sound, and...