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There is substantial literature devoted to this period, but strikingly less has been said about what live cinema might mean today, at a time when the historical character of liveness has been irrevocably altered by the advent of networked and mobile media.
77) See Schneider, supra note --, at 193 (contrasting safety specifications, which require that "nothing bad will happen" with liveness ones, which require that "something good will happen").
In this paper, after a brief review of augmented marked graphs, we investigate the composition of augmented marked graphs via common resource places and specifically show that this composition preserves boundedness and conservativeness whereas liveness and reversibility can be preserved under a pretty simple condition.
Liveness to such questions can be seen in the work of many recent poets.
Using BWS, developers can easily add a variety of functionality, from demanding security applications such as face and/or voice authentication with liveness detection, online fraud prevention, ticketless check-in and highly precise image quality checks, to fun applications like celebrity matching, model agency image searching and photo tagging.
It's exponentially more secure than solutions that rely on blink detection to determine liveness, which were easily fooled in a recent Popular Science article and demonstration.
Image quality assessment for liveness detection technique is used to detect the fake biometrics.
This liveness and presence seems to be a missing element in Baker's narrative, evoked only through conventional images of backstage hustle and bustle.
Opening up biopolitics to the polysemous nuances of animacy, a term Chen draws from her linguistic training to encompass the vicissitudes of liveness and agency, allows for the clear thematic organization of her book despite what may seem a daunting task in terms of the scope of her many interventions and interlocutors.
He creates a kind of liveness in the film that promotes empathy and emotion without ever being corny, overwrought, or exploitative.
DERMALOG provides both the software and the world's most secure fingerprint scanners with state-of-the-art liveness detection for its systems, which have now made it the market leader in Europe and many other regions across the globe.
Lumet remarked that he was "very caught up in life and involved, and I love TV's immediacy" (Sterritt 71); in Dog Day Afternoon, he sought to construct, as far as possible, a televisual sense of immediacy and liveness.
0] goal PN final marking, liveness or safe specification property
The emphasis is on the actor-as-creator rather than the actor-as-interpreter; the working process is collaborative; the working practice is somatic; the stage-spectator relationship is open; and the liveness of the theatre medium is paramount.
With works such as Philip Auslander's Liveness, performance and technology is a hip topic.