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- ALCOVE is a feedforward network with three layers of nodes.
- The alcove is a sort of glazed balcony projecting over one of the great City Ways.
- Each alcove is a half-moon of posh benches encircling a rectangular table bearing a special built-in dragonchess board.
- In an alcove is a statue of Kali, the Hindu goddess with whom Ma is closely associated, surely one of the most garish and exotic of all religious icons.
- Each guest kneels in front of the tokonoma (alcove) and looks reverently at the kakemono.
- The main areas of tea rooms and tea houses have tatami floors, and the scroll alcove in tea rooms often has a tatami floor as well.
- It is a raised alcove in which art is displayed, usually a hanging scroll and a flower arrangement.
- A niche or an alcove in a Japanese home for displaying a flower arrangement, kakemono, or other piece of art.
- On a shelf in the other alcove is a very valuable cabinet with sliding doors, on which peonies are painted on a gold ground.
- Kruschke, J. K. (1992). ALCOVE: An exemplar-based connectionist model of category learning.
- On the left side of the alcove is a round cedar post (tokobashira), important to tearoom architecture.
- The alcove studio is a studio with an alcove that can be used for sleeping or dining.
- A studio with an alcove that has a window, with enough room for a bed, is called a junior 3.
- Inside the Teahouse The room is devoid of any decoration except for an alcove called a tokonoma.
- The compact high efficiency upflow gas furnace may be installed free standing in a utility room, basement, or enclosed in an alcove or closet.
- The tokonoma (or decorative alcove) is considered one of four elements found in the main hall of a samurai residence whose function is that of display.
- A tokonoma (Japanese: 床の間) is a small raised alcove in a washitsu, a Japanese style room with a tatami floor, where decorative scrolls are hung.
- It is traditionally displayed in the tokonoma alcove of a room especially designed for the display of prized objects.
- Note the ink paintings on the sliding doors, the tokonoma alcove with the hanging scroll and vase, and the (covered) fireplace set into the floor.
- Scrolls, often written by famous calligraphers or Buddhist monks, are hung in the tokonoma (scroll alcove) of the tea room.
- JUNIOR OR CONVERTIBLE This is an apartment with an alcove off of the living room which can be converted into a bedroom or used for dining.
- Alcove The area next the living room space that can be used as a dining area or be divided or closed off to make a bedroom, den, or office.
- Junior A unit with a very large alcove next to the living room that can be converted to a bedroom, or that can be utilized as a dining area.
- Important rooms are provided with a tokonoma, an alcove for the display of a flower arrangement and a few carefully chosen objects of art.
- In a Japanese room, an alcove with a low platform, used for the display of a flower arrangement and hanging scroll or other art objects.
- Scrolls, often written by famous calligraphers, Buddhist monks, tea masters or iemotos are hung in the tokonoma (alcove) of the tea room.
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