Author Topic: Kharkiv subway becomes home for families fleeing bombs  (Read 106 times)


  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 80634
    • View Profile
    • Анчартед
Kharkiv subway becomes home for families fleeing bombs
« on: April 05, 2022, 01:04:55 PM »
Potential applications of such kind of trajectory analysis tool could be intelligent review systems that would enhance the training activities, but also richer broadcasting contents that would increase the engagement of spectators. The drawback of these approaches is that they require the careful and time-consuming installation of the sensor devices on the athlete and the acquisition of a precise ground model. Furthermore, such an approach could be not always achievable during competitions. Computer vision techniques applied on videos capturing the athlete’s performance is a valid option to obtain trajectories without the need of sensor networks nor ground surface models. The benefit of a video-based approach is even more evident considering the usual practice of video reviewing during training or the amount of video material produced by the broadcasting of competitions. However, to the best of our knowledge, no study is currently present to reconstruct the trajectory of skiing athletes in videos. In this short paper, we present a prototype to achieve the reconstruction of the trajectory of skiers in videos acquired from uncalibrated and unconstrained cameras.
There's no mouse or keyboard to go with it. A modified 733-megahertz (MHz) Intel Pentium III processor with a maximum bus transfer rate of 6.4 gigabytes per second (GBps). The Xbox possesses the fastest processing speeds for a game console to date. For comparison, the PlayStation 2 has a 300-MHz processor and a maximum bus transfer rate of 3.2 GBps. The Nintendo GameCube has a 485-MHz processor. A 2.6-GB maximum bus transfer rate.6-GB maximum bus transfer rate. See this page for a comparison of the Xbox, GameCube and PS2. A custom 250-MHz 3-D graphics processor from Nvidia that can process more than 1 trillion operations per second and produce up to 125 million polygons per second. Polygons are the building blocks of 3-D graphic images. Increasing the number polygons results in sharper, more detailed images. The graphics processor also supports high resolutions of up to 1920x1080 pixels. For comparison, the PlayStation 2 has a 150-MHz graphics processor and produces 70 million polygons per second.
To which should you subscribe? When you choose one of them, what happens next? Don't get discouraged and quit, though -- once you learn how to use news feeds, you'll save time by scanning headlines from your favorite sites. On the next page, we'll take a look at how the format got its start and what it was designed to do. Before long, you'll have all the information you could ever read. The Name's Been Changed. Please Make a Note Of It. The original version of RSS, created by UserLand in 1997, stands for RDF Site Summary or Rich Site Summary. Netscape Communications used the technology to deliver content to users of its MyNetscape portal. In 2003, the name changed to Really Simple Syndication with the release of the RSS 2.0 standard when a new team began work on it. Reading RSS feeds can be a great time-saver. In the time it takes you to scan whole Web pages for information, you can review headlines from dozens of sites all collected in one place.
The more as you are able to get done free of charge the greater. Don’t be cautious in having others share their feelings and views in your videos. Remember that each person has something unique to contribute. No person has all of the answers. By interviewing some body and encouraging their ideas to be shared by them, the two of you are able to really develop worthwhile content your readers will cherish. Develop a script before filming. Don’t ramble onscreen. Even though you do not use your software particularly, write out what you desire to say beforehand. This will allow you to organize your thinking. This way, you can say what you want to say. It will also help people have the message you would like them to have. Seize your audiences’ attention instantly. In the very first 10 seconds of one’s video, anything magnificent has to happen. Make use of the “shock. Awe” concept. You wish to both “shock” your people or put them in circumstances of “awe.” So that they will watch the rest of your video either way, you will grab their attention.
Instead, he did it to demonstrate that computer data is unreliable and shouldn't be used as evidence in a court of law. The field of computer forensics is relatively young. In the early days of computing, courts considered evidence from computers to be no different from any other kind of evidence. As computers became more advanced and sophisticated, opinion shifted -- the courts learned that computer evidence was easy to corrupt, destroy or change. Investigators realized that there was a need to develop specific tools. Processes to search computers for evidence without affecting the information itself. Detectives partnered with computer scientists to discuss the appropriate procedures. Tools they'd need to use to retrieve evidence from a computer. Gradually, they developed the procedures that now make up the field of computer forensics. The warrant must include where detectives can search. What sort of evidence they can look for. In other words, a detective can't just serve a warrant and look wherever he or she likes for anything suspicious.