Big Book of Spy Stuff by Bart King

By Bart King

From chaos to counter-intelligence, mystery messages to instruments and each different secret agent factor in among, the large e-book of secret agent Stuff opens the "top secret" dossier at the international of sabotage and espionage with humor and amazement. via King's pleasing textual content, children also will discover what lies past the sun shades and disguises of a few recognized and not-so-famous sneaks.

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3. Performances The reliability of the classification has been visually estimated on small subareas of our plates. 1 %. For fainter objects, it degrades to reach about 10 % at the completeness limit of our survey (BJ = 20). 5") and the non-linear behaviour of the photographic response, these results are excellent. They are in fact similar to what could be expected from a careful visual inspection. As an illustration, the fig. 2 shows the result of an automatic classification on a small field. 4.

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