Artifact - Objects


  • Artifact (archaeology), an object formed by humans, particularly one of interest to archaeologists
  • Artifact (software development), one of many kinds of tangible byproducts produced during the development of software
  • Social artifact, a product of individuals or groups (social beings) or of their social behavior
  • Virtual artifact, an object in a digital environment
  • Artifact (UML), a term in the Unified Modeling Language

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Scientific Nomenclature - Astronomy
... hundred years, the number of identified astronomical objects has risen from hundreds to over a billion, and more are discovered every year ... designations to unambiguously identify all of these objects using astronomical naming conventions, while assigning names to the most interesting objects and, where relevant, naming important or ...
Video Tracking - Objective
... The objective of video tracking is to associate target objects in consecutive video frames ... association can be especially difficult when the objects are moving fast relative to the frame rate ... situation that increases the complexity of the problem is when the tracked object changes orientation over time ...
... OTELO (OSIRIS Tunable Emission Line Object survey) is an emission line object survey using OSIRIS tunable filters in selected atmospheric windows relatively free of sky emission lines ... of 8×10−18 (erg/cm²)/s (8 zW/m² or 9×10−24 hp/yd²) allows detecting objects of equivalent widths down to 6 ... OTELO will observe objects with an age equivalent to 10% of the age of the Universe ...
Formal Concept Analysis
... a principled way of deriving a concept hierarchy or formal ontology from a collection of objects and their properties ... Each concept in the hierarchy represents the set of objects sharing the same values for a certain set of properties and each sub-concept in the hierarchy contains a subset of the objects in the concepts above it ...

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    He who observes etiquette but objects to lying is like someone who dresses fashionably but wears no vest.
    Walter Benjamin (1892–1940)