As can be seen from Figures 5 and 6 the proposed method (GF) outperforms MSR, WD, and LTV, and GF obtains outstanding results similar to the Gradientfaces and the MPCD method.
It can be observed that the recognition rate of GF is higher than the other methods, and the performance is quite similar to that of the Gradientfaces and the MPCD, and it reaches a 100% recognition rate on every testing subset except subset 2.
Recognition rate (%) Training set Original MSR WD Top 1 3 37.61 51.33 89.36 4 39.57 63.24 91.81 5 43.21 72.90 96.15 Top 3 3 47.20 61.20 95.52 4 50.49 71.99 97.48 5 54.41 79.90 98.81 Recognition rate (%) LTV Gradientfaces MPCD GF Top 1 89.78 91.04 89.99 94.54 93.56 95.87 92.79 96.08 96.15 99.16 96.64 97.34 Top 3 94.82 97.13 95.73 99.44 96.99 99.02 97.55 99.51 98.32 99.86 99.30 99.93 TABLE 2: Comparison on the recognition rate of different illumination invariants in Section 2.
Although patients could die within 30 days of discharge, we could not fully account for patient mortality due to restrictions on the kinds of personal information that could be released in the MPCD extract.
Although geographic and provider specific factors are also likely to affect outcomes, the MPCD does not release information about patient residence or provider identities.
Due to restrictions placed on the data that we obtained from the MPCD, we did not have access to provider or area level identifiers, which precluded us from analyzing continuity of follow-up care with a usual physician, provider characteristics, or local-area practice patterns in determining study outcomes.
Despite my best efforts to contort my body in the cockpit to allow them room to work, they had difficultly taking out the old MPCD
. I was five minutes from takeoff.
The multi-purpose-color display (MPCD) also failed, but I could get the horizontal-situation indicator (HSI) data on the digital-data (display) indicator (DDI).
The multipurpose color display (MPCD) failed from overheating, but was undamaged.
Just two miles from touchdown, two of my displays, the left DDI and MPCD
, flashed and went blank as mission computer 1 failed.