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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY AMMAN Extending the Domain of the Gamma Function Math Exploration Laila Hanandeh 11/10/2014 Table of Contents: Aim 2 Factorials 2 The Zero Factorial 2 Deducing the Gamma Function 3 Working Out Example 6 Analytical Continuation 9 Gamma Function Graphs 10 Real Life Applications 11 Aim: The Gamma Function is defined as an extension of the factorial function in which its argument is for complex and real numbers. (1) However, through my exploration I will determine a method to extend the domain of the gamma function to include complex numbers; this will be done through exploring the gamma function and the utilization of a process called analytical continuation. However before proceeding,
For e.g. If we were required to create an AI thermostat to cool a house, the program needs to have knowledge of the seasons, weather conditions like El Niño and the passage of time, plus it must be able to understand concepts like “warm,” “cool” or “too cold.”, apart from other aspects. While we don’t really realise it - the simplest human functions translate to thousands of lines of computer code. Most current artificially intelligent systems are designed for only few specific applications. One of the most popular examples of an AI application was a chess program running on Deep Blue, IBM’s massively parallel computing
The two factors include the G factor and the S factor. The G factor refers to the general cognitive abilities that are measured in individuals when completing different tasks. However, the S factor refers to the more specific abilities that the individuals use to complete the different tasks. Advantages/strengths of Charles Spearman’s theory: 1. The G factor can be measured by an IQ test 2.
. Gabor transform is used in  is robust for the expression, the posture and the illumination. Reference  tells how to constructs an eyes feature template and energy function. Those eyes location methods are used on the assumption that the face images have been exactly located, or with clear background. However, the accuracy of eyes location is affected by various factors in the
Although when we are applying background subtraction method, we need to deal with some critical situations such as: illumination problem, noisy image, sudden change of light, small movements of non static objects etc. In signal processing independent component analysis (ICA) is a method for separating multivariate signal into additive subcomponents. There are some assumption related to the ICA approach, these are: all source signals are statistically independent and in order to
3. SMAA Method SMAA a multi-criteria decision support method that is based on the analysis of weight space for a number of decision-makers. Under this method, decision-makers do not need to express their preferences explicitly or precisely. The method describes the valuations that would make each alternative the preferred one (Lahdelma et al., 1998). In the analysis, both criteria values and weights are constrained by their distributions (Lahdelma and Salminen, 2009).
As shown in figure 1, first input samples are passed through a scanner to the system, where preprocessing converts the image into a form suitable for subsequent processing and feature extraction. Next stage is segmentation, where the input image is segmented into individual glyphs. This step separates out sentences from text and subsequently words and letters from sentences. Feature extraction black, extracts important features that forms a vital part of the recognition process. During training such data is stored in the database where, during classification, a character is placed in the appropriate class to which it belongs.
D. S. Pacifico and T. B. Ludermir are introduce a novel GSO approach based on cooperative behavior among groups, called Cooperative Group Search Optimizer (CGSO). The cooperative behavior is obtained by a divide-and-conquer strategy, where each group is responsible for a limited set of the problem variables, and the final solution is found by combining solutions found by each group. In CGSO, the population members are divided in k independent groups. Each group is associated with d dimensions from the search space (where d x k = n). Each group will execute local searches seeing to minimize its own set of variables.
First is more complicated and has two or more levels. According to Leif Edvinsson’s concept of IC started to formalize in the early 1990s on the first level IC is divided into two groups: human capital and structural capital. At the next level structural capital is divided into two groups again: customer capital and organization capital. Then the scientists isolates third level of IC structure. At this level organization capital is divided into innovation capital and process capital.