PHOG


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PHOGPseudoautosomal Homeobox-Containing Osteogenic Gene
PHOGPfadi Helfenberg-Oberberg Gossau (German; Swiss scouting camp)
PHOGProvincial Home Owner Grant (British Columbia, Canada)
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These are as follows:--$2.9 million Cumberland County Municipal Authority (PHOG project) revenue bonds, series 2008A;
He was a direct coaching descendent of basketball's father, James Naismith, playing and later coaching at Kansas for the inventor of the game's most famous student, Jayhawks coach Phog Allen.
Looking for an event to rival the new National Invitation Tournament, a group of coaches led by Ohio State's Harold Olsen and Kansas' Phog Allen formed an eight-team tournament that would draw 5,500 fans for its championship game at Northwestern's Patten Gymnasium.
Different clubs in Jeddah participated in the event namely Battledores, Desert Falcons, Fleeq Badminton Club, Friday Boiz and Babes Badminton Club, Hataw, Indian Tigers, Jaguars Badminton Club, Jaunty, KAIA Badminton Club, Kamag-Anak Incorporated (KINC), My Badminton Academy (MBA), Pinoy Badminton Barkadas (PBB), Pinoy Harley Owners Group (PHOG), Slashers Badminton Club, and Smaikers Next Gen Badminton Club.
The system extracts pyramid of histogram of gradients (PHOG) and local phase quantization (LPQ) features for encoding the shape and appearance information.
Large-scale experimental results disclose that in our proposed DMHI PHOG and RDMHIPHOG descriptors, the neighbor gradients information and pyramid layers are very useful for our task, whose accuracies are the best on both depth and RGB channels.
Firstly, we extract the pyramid gradient direction histogram feature (Pyramid Histogram of Oriented Gradients, PHOG) [18, 19] on the whole image and obtain PHOG histogram.
The features adopted in our experiments include 500-bin Gabor filters, Bag-of-SIFT descriptors in gray, HSV and CIE-Lab space, 20-bin oriented and 40-bin unoriented PHOG [23], and 64-bin gray value histogram.
"Phog" Allen, a KU student in 1904 and later head of the Athletics Department and coach of the basketball team for decades, originally wanted little to do with black athletes, allegedly saying that, "no colored man [would] ever have a chance as long as he [was] there" (144).
Phog (Calligonum polygonoides L.), a xeric under-utilized shrub of Polygonaceae, dominantly found in arid and semi-arid region of Thar Desert and offer green advantage to desert in extreme adverse climatic conditions.
Located in Kansas City, Missouri, the NABC was founded in 1927 by Forrest "Phog" Allen, the legendary basketball coach at the University of Kansas.
But no one on the team liked Kris Humphries," former guard Langford wrote in Beyond the Phog: Untold Stories from Kansas Basketball's Most Dominant Decade, as excerpted by Yahoo!