Suppose now (X,J,¯¯¯ω) is a Kähler manifold and f is a smooth function which is not necessarily a holomorphy potential. Then by the same computations as the proof of Theorem 3.1, one can show that the second variation formula of f-volume becomes
We are grateful to the referee for not only careful reading our paper, but also providing a simplified proof to Corollary 4 and informing us the paper written by E. Beneish and N.Ramsey. These improve the quality of our paper.
In this work, we propose context-aware BoW reconstruction that utilizes the computing power of remote servers for mobile visual search. We focus on generating reversible and memory-efficient binary codes on mobile devices, and attempt to reconstruct…
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