Minkowski, Oskar

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Minkowski,

(Minkowsky), Oskar, German physician, 1858-1931.
Minkowski-Chauffard syndrome - familial blood disorder; autosomal dominant trait.
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(59.) See Akiva Zimmerman, "Setting the Stage: When Salomon Sulzer Met Pinchas Minkowsky," Journal of Synagogue Music 36 (2011): 10-13.
Minkowsky noticed that, for the suicide, the future disappears and is identified with nothingness, the indeterminate, emptiness.
Alem do uso consagrado por Jaspers, tal nocao acabou se tornando, na tradicao anglo-saxa, sinonimo da psicopatologia descritiva dos DSM, mas tambem e utilizada por autores que, retomando a linhagem psiquiatrica de Minkowsky e Binswanger (inspirados pela filosofia de Husserl, Heidegger e Merleau-Ponty), enfatizam a experiencia vivida pelo sujeito como chave para o estudo da psicopatologia.
The selected IQMs for steganalysis are Minkowsky measures M1 and M2, Mean of the angle difference M4, Spectral magnitude distance M7, Median block spectral phase distance M8, Median block weight spectral distance M9, Normalized mean square HVS error M10.
Different methods have been used by researchers to calculate the distance, for example, Euclidean, Minkowsky, and cambra.
Abraham, "Sull'elettrodinamica di Minkowsky," Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo, vol.
John Minkowsky's essay in a catalogue published twenty-five years ago to coincide with a Kovacs retrospective at the Museum of Broadcasting in New York put Kovacs in the context of video art--the original "videospace illusionist," who remarkably used low-tech versions of Nam June Paik's video synthesizer as early as his first morning shows.
In general, the FR VQA method is based merely on the pixel difference between the original and distorted video frames, e.g., mean square error (MSE), peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) [8] and their variations, such as Minkowsky metric (MM) [9], Czenakowski distance (CZD) [10] and so on.
Indeed numerous theories were developed since the forerunners: Condorcet (1785: LVIII) [the Condorcet Paradox, against binary comparisons], Gossen (1853) [law of decreasing marginal utility], Minkowsky (1896: 1911) [Reference Point] and Pareto (1906) [Pareto Optimum and Indifference Curves analysis] and pioneers like Kendall [ordinal scales, since 1948], Roy et al.
Una expresion general es la distancia de Minkowsky que viene dada por: