Methods and apparatus for monitoring and improving imaging system operation are provided . An example apparatus includes a first deployed deep learning network ( DLN ) which operates with an acquisition engine to generate an imaging device configuration. The example apparatus includes a second deployed DLN which operates with a reconstruction engine based on acquired image data. The example apparatus includes a first assessment engine with a third deployed DLN. The assessment engine receives output from at least one of the acquisition engine or the reconstruction engine to assess operation of the respective at least one of the acquisition engine or the reconstruction engine and to provide feedback to the respective at least one of the acquisition engine or the reconstruction engine. The first deployed DLN and the second deployed DLN are generated and deployed from first and second training DLNS, respectively
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Methods , apparatus and articles of manufacture for distributing communication of a data stream among multiple devices are disclosed . Example methods disclosed herein include receiving , at a first device , a sharing code from a second device , the sharing code to associate multiple devices with a shared connection to be established to distribute communication of a complete data stream among the multiple devices , the multiple devices including the first device . Disclosed example methods also include transmitting a request including the sharing code from the first device to a distribution system to establish a data connection via which the first device is to receive a first partial data stream corresponding to a portion of the complete data stream from the distribution system . Disclosed example methods further include forwarding the first partial data stream from the first device to the second device .
Example noise attenuators for use with process control devices are described herein . An example apparatus includes
a first plate and a second plate disposed in a fluid passage way of a noise attenuator . The second plate is spaced apart from the first plate . The example apparatus also includes a first support rod extending along a central axis of the fluid passageway . The first support rod is coupled to the first plate and to the second plate . The example apparatus further includes a second support rod extending along an axis parallel to and offset from the central axis . The second support rod is coupled to the first plate and the second plate.
Methods and apparatus for conducting in – service testing of a pneumatic signal amplifier are disclosed . In response to a test initiation signal , a processor of a valve controller operatively coupled to the pneumatic signal amplifier supplies a pressurized control fluid to an inlet of the pneumatic c signal amplifier . The processor determines a first pressure value corresponding to an inlet pressure of the pressurized control fluid at the inlet of the pneumatic signal amplifier , and further determines a second pressure value correspond ing to an outlet pressure of the pressurized control fluid at an outlet of the pneumatic signal amplifier . The processor determines a ratio value between the first and second pressure values and determines whether the ratio value satisfies a threshold . In response to determining that the ratio value satisfies the threshold , the processor generates a notification indicating that the pneumatic signal amplifier is functional.
Examples to determine media impressions using distributed demographic information are disclosed . An example apparatus includes a communication interface to receive a network communication at an impression monitor system based on a login event at a client device , the login event associated with an Internet – based service of a first Internet domain different from a second Internet domain of the impression monitor system . The example communication interface also sends a response to the client device , the response to cause the client device to include first and second cookie identifiers in a login reporting message and to send the login reporting message to a computer of a database proprietor that provides the Internet – based service , the first cookie identifier associated with the first Internet domain of the Internet – based service , and the second cookie identifier associated with the second Internet domain of the impression monitor system .
A method to perform atomic transactions in non – volatile memory ( NVM ) under hardware transactional memory is disclosed . The method includes tracking an order among transaction log entries that includes arranging transaction logs in an order that is based on when corresponding transactions were executed . Moreover , the method includes , using the ordered transaction logs to recover data states of the nonvolatile memory , by identifying a first unconfirmed transaction associated with a transaction completion uncertainty event based on a corresponding one of the transaction logs including a first commit marker but not including a confirm marker , undoing first ones of the transactions in reverse time order starting at a last transaction that recorded a second commit marker , up to and including the first unconfirmed transaction that recorded the first commit marker , and redoing second ones of the transactions in forward time order from a first confirmed transaction up to but not including the first unconfirmed transaction that recorded the first commit marker.
An example wearable device includes a haptic actuator to produce an output haptic vibration in response to a target input signal waveform , a haptic effect sensor located in proximity to the haptic actuator to measure a haptic vibration corresponding to the output haptic vibration and to output a measured haptic vibration waveform and a feed back circuit to modify the target input signal waveform to reduce a difference between the output haptic vibration and a measured haptic vibration waveform.
Example actuator assemblies to deploy aircraft leading edge flaps and seals for aircraft leading edge flaps are described
herein . An example apparatus includes an aircraft flap that is
movable between a stowed position and a deployed position . The flap includes a top panel . A notch is formed in the top
panel and extends into a side of the top panel near a trailing edge of the flap . The example apparatus also includes a seal
coupled to the flap . The seal is movable to cover the notch
when the flap is in the deployed position