When delving into a lower manifold to remove redundancies, RISK reveals that an extremely low-dimensional subspace with intended features can robustly represent the highly biased dataset.
Most of the existing debiasing methods often identify and weaken these samples with biased features (i. e., superficial surface features that cause such spurious correlations).
Font generation is a valuable but challenging task, it is time consuming and costly to design font libraries which cover all glyphs with various styles.
This paper presents a compact sliding correlation-based channel sounder baseband built on a monolithic integrated circuit (IC) using 65 nm CMOS, implemented as an evaluation board achieving a 2 GHz RF bandwidth.
Humans express feelings or emotions via different channels.
Wide swaths of bandwidth at millimeter-wave (mmWave) and Terahertz (THz) frequencies stimulate diverse applications in wireless sensing, imaging, position location, cloud computing, and much more.
However, as the mobile data of vehicles has been widely collected by sensor-embedded devices in transportation systems, it is possible to predict the traffic flow by analysing mobile data.
With increasing interest in millimeter wave wireless communications, investigations on interactions between the human body and millimeter wave devices are becoming important.