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Jul 29 |
awarded | Notable Question |
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awarded | Popular Question |
Jul 9 |
accepted | projective geometry question |
Jul 9 |
asked | projective geometry question |
Feb 23 |
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probability mass function fitting
Very interesting! I'll try it |
Feb 9 |
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probability mass function fitting
sheldon: exactly |
Feb 9 |
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probability mass function fitting
if anything it is more of an inverse sigmoid. It came from the distribution of certain image features after they have been quantized (it is the distribution of a sort of 'visual vocabulary'). The distribution is from a large database of images with no special characteristic (natural + synthetic images). |
Feb 9 |
asked | probability mass function fitting |
Feb 5 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Jan 2 |
answered | Where can i find 'getting started' resources for statistical prediction |
Dec 31 |
accepted | randomness in nature |
Dec 26 |
awarded | Supporter |
Dec 25 |
asked | measure of quality of curve fit |
Dec 25 |
awarded | Scholar |
Dec 25 |
awarded | Editor |
Dec 25 |
accepted | Is there a text on estimation theory online? |
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Is there a text on estimation theory online?
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Dec 24 |
answered | Is there a text on estimation theory online? |
Dec 23 |
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