All Relations between reference frame and asymmetrical (pato 0000616)

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Guang Feng, Lihe Zhang, Jiayu Sun, Zhiwei Hu, Huchuan L. Referring Segmentation Via Encoder-Fused Cross-Modal Attention Network. IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence vol PP issue 2022 36367919 for video data, we introduce an asymmetric cross-frame attention module (acfm) to effectively capture the temporal information from the video frames by computing the relationship between each pixel of the current frame and each pooled sub-region of the reference frames. 2022-11-11 2022-11-15 Not clear
Gilad Gour, David Jennings, Francesco Buscemi, Runyao Duan, Iman Marvia. Quantum majorization and a complete set of entropic conditions for quantum thermodynamics. Nature communications vol 9 issue 1 2018 30559428 interestingly, this apparently abstract question arises naturally in a wide range of areas such as information theory, thermodynamics, quantum reference frames, and the resource theory of asymmetry. 2018-12-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Davood G Gozli, Kristin E Wilson, Susanne Ferbe. The spatially asymmetric cost of memory load on visual perception: transient stimulus-centered neglect. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance vol 40 issue 2 2014 24041329 these findings suggest that load-induced impairments of visual attention are spatially asymmetric and can emerge within multiple spatial reference frames. 2014-12-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yushi Jiang, Lihan Che. Mutual influences of intermodal visual/tactile apparent motion and auditory motion with uncrossed and crossed arms. Multisensory research vol 26 issue 1-2 2013 23713198 we proposed that relative reliabilities in directional information between distractor and target streams, summed over a remapping process between two spatial reference frames, determined this asymmetric influence. 2013-06-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Giuseppe Pellizzer, Maryse Badan B\\xc3\\xa2, Adriano Zanello, Marco C G Merl. Asymmetric learning transfer between imagined viewer- and object-rotations: evidence of a hierarchical organization of spatial reference frames. Brain and cognition vol 71 issue 3 2009 19748718 asymmetric learning transfer between imagined viewer- and object-rotations: evidence of a hierarchical organization of spatial reference frames. 2009-12-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yang Seok Cho, Robert W Procto. Influences of multiple spatial stimulus and response codes on orthogonal stimulus-response compatibility. Perception & psychophysics vol 66 issue 6 2005 15675647 these effects can be attributed to correspondence of asymmetric stimulus and response codes formed relative to multiple reference frames. 2005-03-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
J B Hellige, E L Cowin, T Eng, V Sergen. Perceptual reference frames and visual field asymmetry for verbal processing. Neuropsychologia vol 29 issue 10 1992 1762672 perceptual reference frames and visual field asymmetry for verbal processing. 1992-02-13 2022-01-10 Not clear
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