A Center Cutting Plane Algorithm for a Likelihood Estimate by Raupp F.

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If present, common reference pixels are removed from PI and P2, respectively, to produce PI' and P2'. 3. If the lengths of PI' and P2' are 0, P2 is mutated and the process is terminated. 4. Otherwise, reference pixels in PI' and P2' are exchanged in a fashion similar to bit-wise uniform crossover, with the results being defined as Pl"andP2". 5. Finally, Pcommon IS Concatenated at the ends of both PI" and P2", with the results overwriting the original PI and P2, respectively. The check in step 3 for the lengths of PI' and P2' ensures that identical templates never appear in the population.

Block diagram of the chip ^ 32 Chapter 2 Figure 2-10. Layout image of the chip Table 2-4. 3 V (I/O) 10,240 X 65,536 (maximum) Reference Buffer The reference buffers are buffers for the reference areas of the templates. This chip has two buffers corresponding to the two MQ-Coders. Each reference buffer has two buffers of 64 bits x 8 lines, as shown in Figure 2-11. The data stored in the buffer represents the reference area of a template and is extracted from the image data memory (Figure 2-12). In the extraction procedure, the data is extracted by shifting the reference area in one-word (32 bits) increments, with each data set being stored into buffers A and B in turn.

Example of a template with overlapping AT pixels being generated by a one-point crossover operation Table 2-1. Parameter settings Population size Length of chromosome Max generation Selection method Crossover method Crossover ratio Mutation method Mutation rate p -* scan Sample area size for evaluation ^interval "SamplePixel 4. 005 COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATIONS This section presents the results of the computational simulations executed to examine the performance of the proposed method. This experiment used a set of test images containing the cyan and magenta images of N5, N6 and N8 in SCID (ISO/lEC Int.

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