CPBD

AcronymDefinition
CPBDCertified Professional Building Designer
CPBDCongressional Planning and Budget Department (Philippines)
CPBDCertified Public Building Designer
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Karam, "A no-reference image blur metric based on the cumulative probability of blur detection (CPBD)," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol.
Algorithm PCC SROCC RMSE MAE OR Marziliano 0.8562 0.8672 8.8354 6.4382 0.1264 JNB 0.8498 0.8345 9.0117 6.9317 0.1322 CPBD 0.9257 0.9444 6.4662 4.7098 0.0632 SIGD 0.7596 0.6877 11.1176 9.0331 0.2759 ISVD 0.9405 0.9293 5.8069 4.4090 0.0230 Table 2: The execution times of five different algorithms.
CPBD AND METRIC Q VALUES FOR FIGURE 7 Image Method CPBD Metric Q text [L.sub.2]+BTV 0.4517 18.5375 [L.sub.1]+BTV 0.4351 19.5519 GCV 0.4493 19.0984 L-curve 0.4548 19.8322 Half quadratic 0.4273 19.6978 Proposed manual 0.4554 19.9216 Proposed adaptive 0.4695 20.0893
(27, 28) However, it is not possible to establish if these frequencies are characteristic of CPBD or whether they would be the same as those of a control group from the community.
The objective of this study is to compare the psychopathological characteristics of a group of CPBD and a group of CCP using validated diagnostic instruments.
Those who were included formed the CPBD and CCP populations if they met the following eligibility criteria: aged 6-30 years with no health problems preventing them from participating in a clinical interview, moderate or severe mental retardation, or classic autism according to criteria of the Fourth Edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-Revised Text (DSM-IV-RT).
To calculate the sample size, a prevalence of general psychiatric disorders among CPBD of 16%, (32) a power of 80% and a type I error of 5% were taken as a reference.
The screening of the sample of children was initially carried out among the CPBD, followed by the CCP, until a sufficient number of comparable children was found according to the variables of gender, age group and origin.
CPBD under the age of 18 were subjected to the Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School Aged Children Lifetime version (K-SADS-PL), (34, 35) with the aim of establishing the presence of psychiatric diagnoses according to the DSM-IV-RT criteria.
To describe the differences in psychiatric disorders between CPBD and CCP, three age groups were considered.
When empty boxes were found in the comparisons between CPBD and CCP due to the absence of individuals with a certain characteristic, a Yates's correction was performed.
SPCC PCC RMSE MAE OR CPBD metric [17] 0.8605 0.8505 12.947 10.2715 3.0837 JNBM metric [15] 0.6558 0.6337 24.6062 21.1012 0 LKM [13] 0.8173 0.8122 14.3599 11.3994 4.4053 LPC [8] 0.3474 0.3797 22.7693 19.1612 0.4404 Marziliano metric [6] 0.7118 0.7256 16.9371 13.1940 3.5242 Laplacian [37] 0.6034 0.5943 19.7948 16.0403 2.6432 Marichal [38] 0.6284 0.6399 18.9148 15.3166 2.6432 Shaked-Tastl [39] 0.4837 0.5754 20.1308 16.5230 1.7621 BLIINDS-II [18] 0.8920 0.8862 11.4050 8.4898 4.8458 Liu metric [25] 0.1679 0.1661 24.5791 21.0734 0 Barland metric [24] 0.2363 0.2456 23.8595 20.5206 0 PSNR 0.8318 0.8267 13.8477 11.4713 4.4053 Proposed metric 0.9042 0.9060 10.4212 8.5200 3.9648 Table 2: Evaluation of the proposed metric for the TID2008 database.