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Descriptor

A variable describing assets, used as an element of a risk index. For example, a volatility risk index, distinguishing high volatility assets from low volatility assets, could consist of several descriptors based on short term volatility, long term volatility, systematic and residual volatility, etc.
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One interesting study is to compare the average mobile energy consumption in (1) extracting and sending compact descriptors, and (2) sending the original query image.
For the aspects of audio, both time and frequency domain of the signal are focused to extract descriptors, and most of them have been defined in Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) as a standard.
Technically, this method is based on four pillars: the basic structure, physicochemical parameters (molecular descriptors), descriptor selection method, and learning algorithm.
In the following section we go through the adopted geometrical descriptors definitions [14,20].
Thus, the objective of this study was to analyze the genetic variability among the 203 castor bean lines and five parental strains from the UFRB/CCAAB/NBIO gene bank using morphoagronomic descriptors recommended by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (Ministerio da Agricultura, Pecuaria e Abastecimento-MAPA) and NBIO using Ward's clustering method.
First, the performance of the Canny-HOG descriptor was compared with five classic descriptors without any pre-filtering operations.
Sweetness--This is a basic taste descriptor characterized by solutions of sucrose or fructose which are commonly associated with sweet aroma descriptors such as fruity, chocolate and caramel.
In a 2004 study, the authors showed that czs-whisky-lactone content correlates positively with coconut, berry, coffee and dark chocolate descriptors in red wine.
Howard said, Spanish-speaking women were significantly less likely than were English-speaking women to use incorrect descriptors for the term Pap smear.
To illustrate, Table 1 summarizes the state of the art in 3D descriptors used for object recognition.
All studies using such descriptors were performed using very small training sets, and predictive ability has not been checked properly for any of models.