saliency

NOUN
  1. the state of being salient
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  • For me, these two definitions do not just create a crossroads of meaning when intersected but more so, the saliency of the connection is that one is a mircocosm standing in for the macrocosm. Maytha Alhassen: Love is... ?
  • The sound change would be sporadic but not without credible phonetic motivation since the height of the vowel e and the preceding palatal l which is naturally +high as well might have lacked sufficient saliency for speakers to maintain without further fortition of the preceding m. Some random thoughts on Proto-Aegean languages
  • A hierarchical object detection method based on vision saliency was proposed for automatic sensing image interpretation.
  • A sensorless control strategy for a salient-pole PMSM using saliency tracking at low speed and back EMF at high speed is presented to obtain the rotor speed and position.
  • A sensorless control strategy for a salient-pole PMSM using saliency tracking at low speed and back EMF at high speed is presented to obtain the rotor speed and position.
  • Nonlinear sampling model is adopted and saliency map is formed based on contrast of neighboring sampling nodes.
  • The bottom-up saliency map is finally determined by fusing the conspicuity maps.
  • Authenticity is not the same thing as social saliency.
  • Classical saliency-based visual attention models are adapted for embedding real-time systems with less time and space costs based on approximate Gaussian pyramids of the input image.
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