homography


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homography

(hɒˈmɒɡrəfɪ)
n, pl -phies
(Mathematics) geometry a type of transformation that maps straight lines onto another plane

homography

the process of using a distinct character to represent each sound. — homographic, adj.
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A homography for accurate alignment is used where object detection is performed David J.
Once the object descriptors are found by SIFT for reference and target frames, a homography estimation is performed to compute the matching between objects in reference and target RANdom SAmple Consensus: to compute the matching between the objects in the consecutive video frames RANSAC technique is used.
Among the topics are orthography and corpus linguistics, abbreviation as an interface between typography and orthography, the reduction of homography, and etymological spelling.
i], where H represents the transformation of 3x3 homography matrix:
The proof of this proposal and non-trivial procedure of the homography calculation can be found in Drbohlav (2002) and Criminisi et al.
The homography of karb and kirb is noted by Nyberg, Manual of Pahlavi 1: 170 and MacKenzie, Concise Pahlavi Dictionary.
Northern Sotho is indeed characterized by a rather high degree of HOMOGRAPHY, making it difficult for especially learners of the language, but sometimes also for grammarians (as will be seen below), to pinpoint/isolate/identify locative particles, since orthographic representation alone does not provide the necessary clues.
3) While, as the focal issue of the present paper, the formal composition of puns will be handled in detail in section 3, it should be mentioned at this point that, concerned with the intersection of orthography and pronunciation, it rests on linguistic mechanisms encompassing homonymy, homophony, homography and paronymy.
Homonymy, homophony, homography, paronymy: Facts and problems
Therefore, a model point X and its image x is related by a homography H
Homophony and homography are of equally limited importance.
Finally, I will deal with homography in the text and the problems it may cause for morphological analysis.