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The central portion of the software expression of a mathematical algorithm, as in computed tomography.
[O.E. cyrnel, a little corn]
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The derivation of the eigenvectors [[bar.[PHI]].sub.Z] for extrapolated source kernel [[bar.K].sub.Z] is
The seeds and kernels especially add essential nutrients to the diet, and are available when other foods are scarce [1].
Chromosome doubling of haploid kernels was done with colchicine and different pendimethalin treatments after germination of haploid kernels.
Here, we adopt the same base kernels as in Section 4.1, that is, linear kernels and one polynomial kernel with degree of two.
In a saucepan, heat 2tbsp oil over medium-high heat and add 1/2 cup kernels and cover.
Examples of 1D convolution filter kernels with Gaussian "bell curve"
Cutting corn kernels off the cob can be a tedious, messy job.
Yield compensation potential occurs early in crop life cycle by adjustments in panicle m-2 and number of kernels panicle-1, and later through adjustments in weight kernel-1, so cereal grain yield in cereals is comparatively less sensitive to plant population density (Govintharaj et al., 2018).
Generalized Mercer Kernels and Reproducing Kernel Banach Spaces
Multiple kernel learning(MKL)[19] is one of the most popular method to find the optimal linear combination of different kernels, and it has been applied to many machine learning methods, such as SVM[20], fisher discriminant analysis(FDA)[21] and ELM[14,15].