Some researchers proposed syntactic and semantic kernels
for text classification   .
Protection and storage of kernels
in the laboratory rooms
Popcorn Spritzer pairs nicely with Kernel
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Those popcorn varieties with the highest degree of crystallinity yielded the fewest unpopped kernels
, the Purdue team reports in a forthcoming Biomacromolecules.
Future LynuxWorks UML versions will allow developers to port and virtualize the Linux kernel
onto other OSes and provide a completely authentic Linux environment to run any Linux executable.
are randomly placed on background in one layer for image acquisition.
Freshness in corn equates to staying cool; warmth hastens the conversion of sugars to starch in the kernels
All of the larvae survived when provided with a diet of all broken corn kernels
, 81 percent survived on a diet that contained 5 percent broken kernels
, and 28 percent survived on a diet that contained only whole corn kernels
have been found with other evidence of human habitation that have been dated at over 5,600 years of age.
The MC gradients cause differential stress inside the kernel
, which, if sufficiently large, causes the kernel
They all have moisture, a starchy kernel
, and a hard overcoating, or hull.
Nelsen notes that XL6 seed costs about $50 an acre more and that the grain produced averages a discount of $60 an acre at the mill because of broken kernels
Part II explores supervised image classification including Super Vector Machines (SVMs), kernel
discriminant analysis, multi-temporal image classification, target detection with kernels
, and Support Vector Data Description (SVDD) algorithms for anomaly detection.
Using the balance, find the mass of 50 unpopped kernels
This blanching kills enzymes in both kernels
and cob that otherwise gradually destroy corn's flavor molecules.