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In this paper, a new 3-RPS/US parallel mechanism with two degrees of freedom (DOFs) is obtained by adding a US (Universal joint and Spherical joint) passive limb into the 3-RPS (the limb consisting of one revolute, one prismatic, and one spherical joint) parallel mechanism with the aim of obtaining a high load-bearing capacity. The moving platform...
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Classification of remote sensing (RS) imagery has been a primary source for mapping applications. Many classification algorithms have been developed in the past four decades to aid this purpose. Most of these classifiers are designed to operate on a single source of data and therefore, fail to operate on multi-source information. An expert system c...
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Objectives Theoretical models have informed the understanding of pregnancy as a ‘teachable moment’ for health behaviour change. However, these models have not been developed specifically for, nor widely tested, in this population. Currently, no pregnancy-specific model of behaviour change exists, which is important given it is a unique yet common h...
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The universal dihydrouridine (D) epitranscriptomic mark results from a reduction of uridine by the Dus family of NADPH-dependent reductases and is typically found within the eponym D-loop of tRNAs. Despite its apparent simplicity, D is structurally unique, with the potential to deeply affect the RNA backbone and many, if not all, RNA-connected proc...
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In this article, we conceive the notion of a generalized (α, ψ, q)-Meir-Keeler contractive mapping and then we investigate a fixed point theorem involving such kind of contractions in the setting of a complete metric space via a w-distance. Our obtained result extends and generalizes some of the previously derived fixed point theorems in the litera...
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A domain decomposition technique combined with an enhanced geometry mapping based on the use of NURBS is considered for solving parametrized models in complex geometries (non simply connected) within the so-called proper generalized decomposition (PGD) framework, enabling the expression of the solution in each subdomain in a fully separated form, i...
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We present imaging techniques in Mössbauer spectroscopy for an operando measurement of pattern formation in materials, i.e., (1) mapping by focused γ-ray and (2) direct imaging by a CMOS camera combining with the mapping system after converting γ-rays to visible light with a scintillator. From the viewpoint of image processing, mapping interval and...
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In this paper, we introduce the class of rectangular quasi b-metric spaces as a generalization of rectangular metric spaces, rectangular quasi-metric spaces, rectangular b-metric spaces, define generalized $(\alpha ,\psi ) $ ( α , ψ ) -contraction mappings and study fixed point results for the maps introduced in the setting of rectangular quasi b-m...
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Objectives We explored the results of fixed point, coincidence point and coupled coincidence point for the mappings in an ordered metric spaces. Our results generalized and extended the well-known results in the literature. Some numerical examples are provided for justifying the results obtained. Result Some fixed point results are found for a sel...
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The performance of next-generation, nanoelectronic devices relies on a precise understanding of strain within the constituent materials. However, the increased flexibility inherent to these three-dimensional device geometries necessitates direct measurement of their deformation. Here we report synchrotron x-ray diffraction-based non-destructive nan...
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While children are able to name letters fairly quickly, the automatisation of letter-speech sound mappings continues over the first years of reading development. In the current longitudinal fMRI study, we explored developmental changes in cortical responses to letters and speech sounds across 3 yearly measurements in a sample of 18 8–11 year old ch...
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Background Health information (HI) strategies exist in several EU Member States, however, they mainly focus on technical issues and improving governance rather than on content-related priority setting. There is also little research available about national prioritization processes underlying HI development for policy support in the EU. The aim of t...
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Background Research networks offer multidisciplinary expertise and promote information exchange between researchers across Europe. They are essential for the European Union’s (EU) health information system as providers of health information and data. The aim of this mapping exercise was to identify and analyze EU research networks in terms of healt...
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For mobile streaming media service providers, it is necessary to accurately predict the quality of experience (QoE) to formulate appropriate resource allocation and service quality optimization strategies. In this paper, a QoE evaluation model is proposed by considering various influencing factors (IFs), including perceptual video quality, video co...
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We report the fabrication of individually addressable, high-density, vertical zinc oxide (ZnO) nanotube pressure sensor arrays. High-sensitivity and flexible piezoelectric sensors were fabricated using dimension-and position-controlled, vertical, and free-standing ZnO nanotubes on a graphene substrate. Significant pressure/force responses were achi...
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Background Fast and accurate T 1ρ mapping in myocardium is still a major challenge, particularly in small animal models. The complex sequence design owing to electrocardiogram and respiratory gating leads to quantification errors in in vivo experiments, due to variations of the T 1ρ relaxation pathway. In this study, we present an improved quantifi...
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Recent advances in the field of network representation learning are mostly attributed to the application of the skip-gram model in the context of graphs. State-of-the-art analogs of skip-gram model in graphs define a notion of neighborhood and aim to find the vector representation for a node, which maximizes the likelihood of preserving this neighb...
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Mapping grain orientation in crystalline solids is essential to investigate the relationships between local microstructure and crystallography and interpret materials properties. One of the main techniques used to perform these studies is electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD). Due to the limited measurement throughput, however, EBSD is not suitab...
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Markush structures are molecular skeletons containing not only specific atoms but also placeholders to represent broad sets of chemical (sub)structures. As genus claims, they allow a vast number of compounds to be claimed in a patent application without having to specify every single chemical entity. While Markush structures raise important questio...
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Objectives In this paper we introduce fixed point theorems for generalized rational type $$\alpha$$ α -admissible contractive mappings in partially ordered b-metric spaces and prove the existence and uniqueness of fixed points for self-mappings satisfying the established theorems. Finally, we provide examples in support of our main findings in the...
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Modern web mapping techniques have enhanced the storytelling capability of cartography. In this paper, we present our recent development of a web mapping facility that can be used to extract interesting stories and unique insights from a diverse range of socio-economic and demographic variables and indicators, derived from a variety of datasets. We...
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De Fuego is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, with a history of 60 eruptions over 500 years, most of which occurred in or near February and September. The De Fuego volcano erupted on the morning of June 2018, killing at least 72 people when volcanic lava hit the ground, buildings and residential areas around the volcano. Thus, identifi...
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Water is a critical element of human existence and has shaped cities for centuries. In urban environments, water provides multiple ecosystem services and is an important element in the design of urban environments. Next to the many qualities and services provided by water, recent research indicates that exposure to freshwater blue space also enhanc...
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A coupled ferrohydrodynamic interface-tracking model is introduced for the analysis of the equilibrium, linear stability, and modal response of magnetic liquid interfaces in surface tension-dominated axisymmetric multiphase flows. The incompressible viscous mass and momentum balances are solved together with the steady-state Maxwell equations by fo...
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Context Advances in defect prediction models, aka classifiers, have been validated via accuracy metrics. Effort-aware metrics (EAMs) relate to benefits provided by a classifier in accurately ranking defective entities such as classes or methods. PofB is an EAM that relates to a user that follows a ranking of the probability that an entity is defect...
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Aims Robotic magnetic navigation (RMN) provides increased catheter precision and stability. Formerly, only the CARTO 3 mapping system was integrated with the RMN system (CARTO-RMN). Recently, a novel high-resolution non-contact mapping system (AcQMap) has been integrated with the RMN system (AcQMap-RMN) for the treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF)...
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Considering its unique operational and power consumption characteristics, internet data center (IDC) has been intensively investigated as a promising candidate to provide flexibility for electric power system. In this paper, a data-driven flexibility assessment scheme for IDC is proposed by investigating the temporal shifting capability of periodic...
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We extend the celebrated theorem of Kellogg for conformal diffeomorphisms to the minimizers of Dirichlet energy. Namely we prove that a diffeomorphic minimizer of Dirichlet energy of Sobolev mappings between doubly connected Riemannian surfaces (X,σ)\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepa...
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Let M and N be doubly connected Riemann surfaces with C1,α\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{-69pt} \begin{document}$${\mathscr {C}}^{1,\alpha }$$\end{document} boundaries and with...
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Smart MicroGrids (SMGs) can be seen as a promising option when it comes to addressing the urgent need for sustainable transition in electric systems from the current fossil fuel-based centralised system to a low-carbon, renewable-based decentralised system. Unlike previous studies that were restricted to a limited number of actors and only took a m...
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This paper discusses the existence of a solution for the system of integro-differential equations. By using a certain measure of noncompactness through the generalized Darbo fixed point theorem, we deduce conditions that guarantee the existence of a solution for the system. The advantage of the Darbo fixed point theorem is it helps us to impose wea...
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In this paper, we investigate initial boundary value problems for the following time–space fractional Rosenau equation ∂ t β u + ( − Δ ) s u + ( − Δ ) 1 + s u + ( − Δ ) 1 + s ∂ t β u = − ( − Δ ) s f ( u ) , with the Caputo time fractional derivatives and the spectral fractional Laplacian operators. To the best of our knowledge, there are few result...
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Understanding the spatial variation of soil properties is central to many sub-disciplines of soil science. Commonly in soil mapping studies, a soil map is constructed through prediction by a statistical or non-statistical model calibrated with measured values of the soil property and environmental covariates of which maps are available. In recent y...
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We present higher order necessary conditions for a model of welfare economics, where the preference mapping has a star-shape property. We assume that the preferences can be satiable and can be described by an arbitrary preference set, without the use of utility functions. These conditions are formulated in terms of higher-order directional derivati...
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In this work, a new basic framework of robotic mechanism topology is proposed, which includes: ① two important concepts (i.e., topological structure and kinematic characteristics), ② three basic formulas (i.e., POC equation of serial mechanisms, POC equation of parallel mechanisms (PMs), and DOF formula) and ③ topological structure synthesis method...
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In this article, our primary focus is on discussing the asymptotic stability of the semi-linear thermoelastic system. Results are obtained with the help of contraction mapping. We assume the Lipschitz condition on the nonlinear term to get the main result.
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This article explores the phenomenon of form-meaning mapping in Old English alliterative verse and presents a new account of its conceptual systematicity. It aims to find instances of regular correlation between the alliterative onsets and the lexical semantics of the words. The data include the alliterative /w/- and /s/-datasets, extracted from Be...
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In this work, we propose a multilingual speech mode transformation (MSMT) model as the front end to improve the robustness of the speech recognition system by transforming the characteristics of conversation and extempore modes of speech into read mode of speech. The proposed front end includes multilingual speech mode classification (MSMC) system...
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Artificial neural networks (ANNs) model has made remarkable achievements in many fields. Therefore, we have greater expectation for it, expecting it to have the same intelligence as human beings. However, ANNs still can’t perform continual learning like humans at present. The serious defect of ANNs model is called the catastrophic forgetting proble...
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We investigate the cohomology of the level 4 subgroup of the braid group, namely, the kernel of the mod 4 reduction of the Burau representation at t=-1\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidema...
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The Geometric Shafarevich Conjecture and the Theorem of de Franchis state the finiteness of the number of certain holomorphic objects on closed or punctured Riemann surfaces. The analog of these kind of theorems for Riemann surfaces of second kind is an estimate of the number of irreducible holomorphic objects up to homotopy (or isotopy, respective...
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Composite optimization offers a powerful modeling tool for a variety of applications and is often numerically solved by means of proximal gradient methods. In this paper, we consider fully nonconvex composite problems under only local Lipschitz gradient continuity for the smooth part of the objective function. We investigate an adaptive scheme for...
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As an application field of service science, cloud manufacturing (CM) has been widely studied in vertical and horizontal services. At present, CM’s vertical service research is limited to the technical research of specific processing and manufacturing and gives less consideration to the background of horizontal integration services. The research on...
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We focus on elliptic quasi-variational inequalities (QVIs) of obstacle type and prove a number of results on the existence of solutions, directional differentiability and optimal control of such QVIs. We give three existence theorems based on an order approach, an iteration scheme and a sequential regularisation through partial differential equatio...
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Classical linguistic theory assumes that formal aspects, like sound, are not internally related to the meaning of words. However, recent research suggests language might code affective meaning such as threat and alert sublexically. Positing affective phonological iconicity as a systematic organization principle of the German lexicon, we calculated...
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Numerical simulation of the electric field distribution and photocurrent response of a planar InP/InGaAs avalanche photodiode is presented for small variations of the multiplication width. The Zn dopant diffusion front is obtained by numerically simulating the diffusion process. The simulation results indicate that while a local peak value of the e...
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In this paper, we consider a nonlinear neutral Caputo nabla fractional difference equation. In the analysis, we use the nabla discrete Mittag–Leffler functions to transform the equation into an applicable equation. By applying Krasnoselskii’s fixed point theorem, sufficient conditions for the existence of solutions are established, also the uniquen...
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Providing a digital infrastructure, platform technologies foster interfirm collaboration between loosely coupled companies, enabling the formation of ecosystems and building the organizational structure for value co-creation. Despite the known potential, the development of platform ecosystems creates new sources of complexity and uncertainty due to...
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A novel array antenna diagnosis method based on a deep residual shrinkage network (DRSN) is introduced in the case of linear arrangements. The failure of array elements often leads to significant changes in the far‐field pattern of an array antenna. Therefore, the failure diagnosis of array antennas can be carried out according to the far‐field pat...
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The connectedness percolation threshold (ϕc\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{-69pt} \begin{document}$$\phi_{c}$$\end{document}) for spherically symmetric, randomly distributed fra...
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The main purpose of this paper is to find conditions for Hölder calmness of the solution mapping, viewed as a function of the boundary data, of a hemivariational inequality governed by the Navier-Stokes operator. To this end, a more abstract model is studied first: a class of parametric equilibrium problems defined by trifunctions. The presence of...
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The main motivation of our conversation is the approximate controllability of Hilfer fractional neutral evolution hemivariational inequalities. Using fractional calculus, the theory of operators semigroup and the probability density function, we first construct a new C1-β\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepa...
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The general similarity metric method is difficult to calculate the similarity of images under different resolutions, occlusion, and deformation. Therefore, this paper proposes a structured deep coupled metric learning framework (SDCML), which provides a solution for image matching under the above special interference. For the input image pairs, the...
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We consider the optimal value function of a parametric optimization problem. A large number of publications have been dedicated to the study of continuity and differentiability properties of the function. However, the differentiability aspect of works in the current literature has mostly been limited to first order analysis, with focus on estimates...
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Tone mapping reproduces the true radiance map of a scene from a high dynamic range (HDR) image while preserving sharp edges. Popular approaches extract base and texture layers from an HDR image, adjust and combine them to obtain the final results. Due to the drawbacks of the priors used in layer decomposition, these methods suffer from over-enhance...
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In this paper, we solve the Cauchy problem for a hyperbolic system of first-order PDEs defined on a certain Banach space X. The system has a special semilinear structure because, on the one hand, the evolution law can be expressed as the sum of a linear unbounded operator and a nonlinear Lipschitz function but, on the other hand, the nonlinear pert...
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The irregularity strength of a simple graph , denoted is a certain measure of the level of irregularity of a graph. It indicates how hard it is to make an irregular multigraph of G via multiplication of its selected edges. It is however more commonly set forth through k‐weightings, that is, mappings , assigning every vertex the weighted degree . In...
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This special issue invites authors to focus on and investigate the managerial implications of intangible assets and IC in action inside different types of organizations. There is a necessity to study how knowledge resources such as people, processes and relationships are actually mobilized (Mouritsen and Larsen, 2005) and thus to better understand...
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IIn this manuscript, best S^{JS}-approximation point theorems for a class of proximal contractive mappings namely proximal S^{JS}-quasi-contraction mappings and proximal S^{JS}-Z-contraction mappings have been proved on a S^{JS}-metric space endowed with a partial ordering . Several supporting examples are given to strengthen the hypothesis of our...
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During the last decades, the structure of mod-2 cohomology of the Steenrod ring $\mathscr A$ became a major subject in Algebraic Topology. One of the most direct attempt in studying this cohomology by means of modular representations of the general linear groups was the surprising work [Math. Z. \textbf{202} (1989), 493-523] by W.M. Singer, which i...
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Affordance theory posits that users' engagement with technology can form affordances that facilitate goal-oriented actions. Studies investigating affordances of fitness apps employed diverse definitions of affordances. Relying on the affordance theory, we developed principles to help identify fitness apps' affordances: (1) affordances require users...
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OpenStreetMap (OSM) can supply useful information to improve land use/land cover (LULC) mapping. A dictionary is needed to convert each OSM tag into a LULC class. However, such a dictionary was mostly created subjectively or with only one pair of OSM and reference datasets. As a result, the existing dictionaries may not be applicable to other study...
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Bogor Regency has an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases occurring in all districts. This study aims to model the vulnerability of the COVID-19 spread area using the global regression method and Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR) and to determine the best model. The number of positive cases of COVID-19 was the dependent variable. Mea...
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Let M be a -ring and  n , n be two higher endomorphisms of a -ring M, for all n  N in the present paper we show that under certain conditions of M, every Jordan (,)-higher reverse derivation of a -Ring M is a (,)-higher reverse derivation Mathematics Subject Classification(2000) : 16W25, 16N80 , 16U80 Key Words: derivation , reverse deriv...
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Let M be a -ring and  n , n be two higher endomorphisms of a -ring M, for all n  N in the present paper we show that under certain conditions of M, every Jordan generalized (,)-higher reverse derivation of a -Ring M is a generalized (,)-higher reverse derivation Mathematics Subject Classification(2000) : 16W25, 16U80. Key Words: generaliz...
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For the identification of the geometric error in the CNC machine tools, this paper proposes a geometric error identification method for machine tools based on the spatial body diagonal error model. A body diagonal error measurement method is proposed to obtain the spatial error, which avoids repeated installation errors. In order to address the pat...
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In this challenging time, the world has faced different problems where health care has taken the majority of the lives of people. Due to certain symptoms, people fear the worst, which leads them to take up wrong medication without any doctor consultation. To overcome this situation, it is important to predict disease at an initial stage. So the mos...
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Earth observation (EO) data cubes have revolutionized the way large volumes of EO data can be stored, accessed, and processed. However, users coming from application domains outside of traditional EO research still face some significant technical barriers when querying an EO data cube with the aim to infer knew knowledge about real world entities a...
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