• Underestimating the probability of coincidence 

      Muller, M. A. (Obiter Law Journal: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), Faculty of Law, 2014)
      Coincidences are more common than most people might expect. It is quite possible that different pieces of evidence that seem to point in the same direction do so coincidentally. We come to the best possible conclusion about ...
    • Voorwerp-rekonstruksie vanaf verskeie onbeheerde sigpunte 

      Joubert, Daniek (AOSIS Publishing, 2011-10-27)
      Object reconstruction from multiple uncontrolled viewpoints. We present a feature-based approach to reconstruct unknown objects in 3D, using only a sequence of images from multiple views. The camera motion between ...
    • Zeta diversity as a concept and metric that unifies incidence-based biodiversity patterns 

      Hui, Cang; McGeoch, Melodie A. (The University of Chicago Press, 2014-11)
      Patterns in species incidence and compositional turnover are central to understanding what drives biodiversity. Here we propose zeta (ζ) diversity, the number of species shared by multiple assemblages, as a concept and ...