Comfort for uncertainty in pathological gamblers: A fMRI study
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Volume 70AugustPages 1— Three simple but effective revisions have been made to apply the sparse auto-encoder model to extract local features from street blocks. A multi-level fusion approach is proposed to fuse local features at different levels to extract more discriminative features. Monitoring scene-level land-use in urban coastal zones has become a critical and challenging task, due to the rising risk of marine disasters and the greater number of scene classes such as harbors.
Since street blocks are physical containers of different classes of land-use in urban zones, some scene classification methods based on w beurstijd binre opties remote sensing images take blocks segmented w beurstijd binre opties roads as classification units. However, these methods extract handcrafted low-level features from remote sensing images, limiting their ability to represent street blocks.
To extract semantically meaningful representations w beurstijd binre opties street blocks, the sparse auto-encoder SAE model was employed for local feature extraction in this paper and a multi-level method based on the fusion of local features was proposed for block-based land-use scene classification in urban coastal zones. First, convolved feature maps of street blocks were extracted by taking the hidden layer of the SAE as convolution kernels. Then, the local features were fused at three levels to generate more robust and discriminative representations of patches in convolved feature maps.
The combination patterns and the absolute w beurstijd binre opties of local features were captured at the first and second level, respectively. A convolution neural network was utilized to make the local features more discriminative to semantic information at the third level. Finally, the bag-of-visual-words model was employed to generate global features for street blocks.
The proposed method was tested for Qingdao, China using Gaofen-2 GF-2 satellite images and an overall accuracy of The classification results indicate that the proposed method in concert with GF-2 images has potential for accurately monitoring land-use scenes in urban coastal zones.
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