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A reconstruction methodology based on different-phase-neighbor (DPN) pixel swapping and multigrid hierarchical annealing is presented. The method performs reconstructions by starting at a coarse image and successively refining it. The DPN information is used at each refinement stage to freeze...
Phylogenetic Congruence and Discordance among One Morphological and Three Molecular Data Sets from PontederiaceaeDownload
A morphological data set and three sources of data from the chloroplast genome (two genes and a restriction site survey) were used to reconstruct the phylogenetic history of the pickerelweed family Pontederiaceae. The chloroplast data converged towards a single tree, presumably the true...
Stochastic reconstruction using multiple correlation functions with different-phase-neighbor-based pixel selectionDownload
A reconstruction methodology based on threshold energy based energy minimization (TA) and different-phase-neighbor (DPN)-based pixel swapping is presented. The TA method uses an energy threshold rather than probabilities as an acceptance criteria for annealing steps. The DPN-based pixel selection...
Anthropogenic noise is increasingly widespread as human development continues. Noise can negatively affect humans and wildlife, but the most deleterious effects are incurred by species that rely on vocal communication for mating, territory defence, and other vital functions. Songbirds are...