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3169 results about "Weight value" patented technology

The Weight of Evidence or WoE value is a widely used measure of the "strength” of a grouping for separating good and bad risk (default).

Artificial neural network calculating device and method for sparse connection

ActiveCN105512723ASolve the problem of insufficient computing performance and high front-end decoding overheadAdd supportMemory architecture accessing/allocationDigital data processing detailsActivation functionMemory bandwidth
An artificial neural network calculating device for sparse connection comprises a mapping unit used for converting input data into the storage mode that input nerve cells and weight values correspond one by one, a storage unit used for storing data and instructions, and an operation unit used for executing corresponding operation on the data according to the instructions. The operation unit mainly executes three steps of operation, wherein in the first step, the input nerve cells and weight value data are multiplied; in the second step, addition tree operation is executed, the weighted output nerve cells processed in the first step are added level by level through an addition tree, or the output nerve cells are added with offset to obtain offset-added output nerve cells; in the third step, activation function operation is executed, and the final output nerve cells are obtained. By means of the device, the problems that the operation performance of a CPU and a GPU is insufficient, and the expenditure of front end coding is large are solved, support to a multi-layer artificial neural network operation algorithm is effectively improved, and the problem that memory bandwidth becomes a bottleneck of multi-layer artificial neural network operation and the performance of a training algorithm of the multi-layer artificial neural network operation is solved.

Method for automatic correction and tiled display of plug-and-play large screen projections

The invention discloses a method for automatic correction and tiled display of plug-and-play large screen projections. The method comprises the steps as follows: adaptively generating a checker pattern with a certain resolution ratio, projecting by projectors in sequence, capturing by cameras, carrying out feature detection and identification on complicated projection surfaces or checkers under the illumination condition with a multi-feature detection method based on color and geometry, and creating a Bezier curve function to represent a corresponding relation of points between projector images and camera images; and obtaining effective display areas for screen projection with a quick approach method, determining a corresponding relation of the projection contents of the projectors and the display areas, carrying out geometrical distortion on the images to be projected for geometrical correction, and calculating weight values of pixels in projection overlapping areas with a distance-based nonlinear weight value distribution method for fusion of edge brightness. According to the invention, a plurality of projection images of irregular surfaces can be aligned and seamlessly spliced, and the whole method is simple and easy to use, higher in autonomy and better in seamless splicing performance.

Smart antenna based spectrum multiplexing using existing pilot signals for orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) modulations

A system and method for using a group of pilot signals to enhance a data signal within an orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) multiple-access scheme is described. The OFDM multiple-access scheme has multiple OFDM transmitters using at least overlapping frequency spectrums, during at least overlapping time period, in at least overlapping geographic areas. A set of data signals and a set of pilot signals are received on antenna elements. Each group of data signals from the set of data signals is uniquely associated with a group of pilot signals from the set of pilot signals. Each pilot signal from the set of pilot signals is uniquely associated with its own code from a set of codes. Each code from the set of codes is uniquely associated with an OFDM transmitter from the multiple OFDM transmitters. A group of pilot signals from the set of pilot signals is identified based on its uniquely associated code. A weight value associated with each antenna element from a set of antenna elements is adjusted so that a level of correlation between the group of pilot signals and the code uniquely associated with the group of pilot signals is enhanced while a level of correlation between the remaining groups of pilot signals from the set of pilot signals and the codes uniquely associated with those remaining group of pilot signals are suppressed.
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