Baydogan M.G.,Defense System Initiative |
Runger G.,Arizona State University |
Tuv E.,Logic Technology
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence | Year: 2013
Time series classification is an important task with many challenging applications. A nearest neighbor (NN) classifier with dynamic time warping (DTW) distance is a strong solution in this context. On the other hand, feature-based approaches have been proposed as both classifiers and to provide insight into the series, but these approaches have problems handling translations and dilations in local patterns. Considering these shortcomings, we present a framework to classify time series based on a bag-of-features representation (TSBF). Multiple subsequences selected from random locations and of random lengths are partitioned into shorter intervals to capture the local information. Consequently, features computed from these subsequences measure properties at different locations and dilations when viewed from the original series. This provides a feature-based approach that can handle warping (although differently from DTW). Moreover, a supervised learner (that handles mixed data types, different units, etc.) integrates location information into a compact codebook through class probability estimates. Additionally, relevant global features can easily supplement the codebook. TSBF is compared to NN classifiers and other alternatives (bag-of-words strategies, sparse spatial sample kernels, shapelets). Our experimental results show that TSBF provides better results than competitive methods on benchmark datasets from the UCR time series database. © 1979-2012 IEEE. Source
Logic Technology | Date: 2013-03-12
An optical touch device includes: two light beam scanning modules each scanning a touch region of a panel body with a scanning light beam, whose incident angle varies with time, and outputting a time index signal associated with the incident angle; two light sensor modules each sensing a corresponding reflected scanning light beam generated due to presence of a touch within the touch region so as to output a sensing signal; and a processing unit for locating the touch based on the time index signal from each light beam scanning module, the sensing signal from each light sensor module, and a look-up table having pieces of angle information corresponding to a series of time indexes and associated with the incident angle of each scanning light beam.
SUNREX TECHNOLOGY Corporation, Logic Technology and Gimbal Technology Co. | Date: 2011-08-24
A position indicator is for use with a wireless platform operable to wirelessly transmit an excitation signal and to determine position of the position indicator relative to the wireless platform according to an oscillation signal received by the wireless platform. The position indicator includes: a working unit disposed in a casing unit, and operable to receive the excitation signal via a receiver coil, to generate the oscillation signal from the excitation signal, and to wirelessly transmit the oscillation signal via a transmitter coil; and a trigger unit disposed in the receiving space, and including a core part having first and second sections that correspond respectively in position to the transmitter and receiver coils, the first section of the core part having a varying permeability value, the second section of the core part having a substantially non-varying permeability value.
Logic Technology | Date: 2012-03-28
An electromagnetic inductive input apparatus includes a signal transmitting device including a signal transmitter, and a signal receiving device. The signal receiving device includes a transparent substrate, first and second sets of transparent conductors disposed on the transparent substrate, and formed as spacedly arranged straight non-loop lines, and a control device electrically coupled to the transparent conductors and operable to detect a detected signal from the transparent conductors, and to determine a position of the signal transmitting device relative to the transparent substrate.
Logic Technology | Date: 2012-08-16
A remote controlled interactive power switch includes a first coil for controlling a switch contact to be closed by suction, a self-locked device for locking the switch contact to keep conducting state by mechanical self-locking, a second coil for controlling the self-locked device to be disengaged and a power supply control circuit. The power supply control circuit is connected with an interactive control module which includes a remote controlled interactive connecting unit, an interactive monitoring unit, a switch-on signal producing unit and a turn-off signal producing unit. The present invention can simplify the complex control circuit and thoroughly resolve the technical requirements of the power switch with high make-break capacity. Additionally, the present invention produces consumption only when starting the on-off switch, and after starting and under normal operation, the pulse magnetic energy coil keeps an inactivity state, no consumption, no heat and no noise.