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This paper provides a descriptive analysis of functional requirements for the IOF. The purpose of the proposed system is to provide a platform independent device Intelligent Object management by utilization of set components.
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The functional requirements focus on deriving primary functionality of server and client applications by description of required inputs, behaviours and outputs.
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This experimental study is carried out in four stages. First, the data collection process has been done from readily available sources. Second, the pre-processing techniques are applied automatically using the tools to extract the terms, POS Parts-of-Speech. Third, different feature selection or extraction techniques are applied over the content. Finally, the empirical study is carried out for analyzing the sentiment polarity with different features.
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We present a unified model for non-verbal behavioural cues SSP under the categories of face detection like eyes-mouth- lips-ears-nose, emotional assessments like anger-happy-sadness-neutral and physical appearance like height short-average-tall , attractiveness smartness and body shape slim- normal-flat in real-world cluttered images which is one of the method in social signal processing.
It is rather difficult task to detect and interpret temporal patterns of nonverbal behavioral cues in a given context. Our main objective is to detect non-verbal behavioral cues by introducing advanced human behavioral cues detection method. Our proposed method shown a better results and practically applicable in the real world environment. Cristani, V. Murino, A. Question answering systems take users natural language questions and locate answers from large collections of documents.
The current existing Question-Answering systems can deal with shallow questions factual questions somehow easily and correctly, but asking deep questions non-factual questions or complex questions such as Why-questions are more difficult than asking shallow questions. However, these complex questions cannot be neglected as input for a QA system as they comprise about 5 percentage of all why-questions and it shows that this kind of questions do have relevance in QA applications. The techniques that have proven to be successful in QA for factual or factoid questions that returns answer as a noun phrase are found to be not suitable for questions that expect an explanatory answer.
The work made an analysis on different question answering methods and found that discourse structure based method is effective in dealing with non - factual questions. Soricut and E. Kangavari, S. Gh, and M. Zong, Z. Yu, J. Guo, Y. Xian, and J. Wen, S. Here are some comments by this reviewer.
The field of SC is rapidly changing and this book captures recent developments integrating theory, tools or techniques and applications.
Another useful feature of this book is the case studies and application spectrum discussed exclusively in separate chapters. Finally, this reviewer, having used the book by Jang et al.
On the whole, the present book is a welcome addition to the developing field of SC. Volume 16 , Issue Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account.
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