• But the issue is when I do the sorting the summary row would change its order which I don't want to be happend. <p>Please let me know Best rgs</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:SitePen/dgrid</p>...
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  • A space is added in between the two as well as 'Commit: ' added before the commit message. <p><img alt="image" src=...
  • <p>I think we need to decide on a standard format for the summary sections of each alias, and apply them throughout. <p>Thoughts?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:cake-build/cake</p></div>
  • Here is the image stoled from guide of torch: https://github.com/soumith/cvpr2015/blob/master/Deep%20Learning%20with%20Torch.ipynb ...First, we must know what is convolution. ...Here is a

    Here is the image stoled from guide of torch: https://github.com/soumith/cvpr2015/blob/master/Deep%20Learning%20with%20Torch.ipynb

    First, we must know what is convolution.

    Here is a good example I quoted from http://www.cnblogs.com/ronny/p/ann_03.html: 

    To summary this, the kernel of convolution define the weights of each pixels beside this pixel contributes to the convolution result of this pixel. Different kernel will extract different feature of the image. 

    Feature map means the convolution result of a particular kernel. In a conventional convolution neural network, it will have several kernels in each convolution layer to extract different features.

    After we get a feature map, we need to sub-sample each feature map because this can help to decrease the amount of data we need to process. There are many kinds of sub-sampling: mean-pooling, max-pooling and stochastic-pooling. Mean-pooling has two tuneable parameters which are trainable parameter and trainable bia. For example, we take the data a window of 2x2 and add them together, then we multiply the result with the trainable parameter and add with the trainable bia. '结果通过sigmoid函数计算。可训练系数和偏置控制着sigmoid函数的非线性程度。如果系数比较小,那么运算近似于线性运算,亚采样相当于模糊图像。如果系数比较大,根据偏置的大小亚采样可以被看成是有噪声的“或”运算或者有噪声的“与”运算。'[1]

    The second kind of sub-sampling is max-pooling. Max-pooling has no learnable parameter. Because what it is doing is to return the maximum pixel of each window. The last kind is stochastic-pooling. First, it will give each pixel a possibility according to their value and calculate the expectation. 在平均意义上,与mean-pooling近似,在局部意义上,则服从max-pooling的准则。[2]

    In general, sub-sampling can perform as a process of extraction feature.

    Look at the image I posted at the beginning, we can see that the deeper convolution layer will have more convolution kernel. This is because the data we need to process is less and less, we can extract more features as we want. 这里需要注意的一点是:C3中的每个特征map是连接到S2中的所有6个或者几个特征map的,表示本层的特征map是上一层提取到的特征map的不同组合(这个做法也并不是唯一的)。(看到没有,这里是组合,就像之前聊到的人的视觉系统一样,底层的结构构成上层更抽象的结构,例如边缘构成形状或者目标的部分)。 刚才说C3中每个特征图由S2中所有6个或者几个特征map组合而成。为什么不把S2中的每个特征图连接到每个C3的特征图呢?原因有2点。第一,不完全的连接机制将连接的数量保持在合理的范围内。第二,也是最重要的,其破坏了网络的对称性。由于不同的特征图有不同的输入,所以迫使他们抽取不同的特征(希望是互补的)。[1]

    There are information about C5 and F6 and the RBF output layer, please turn to [1].

    Here is some information about soft-max: 

    Soft-max regression is kind of logistic regression. Typical logistic regression is for 0 or 1 two results. However, for some sceneries, we need more than two classes regression. 

    Here is some content I quoted from http://deeplearning.stanford.edu/wiki/index.php/Softmax%E5%9B%9E%E5%BD%92



    [1] http://blog.csdn.net/nan355655600/article/details/17690029

    [2] https://www.zhihu.com/question/23437871/answer/24696910 张腾 知乎

  • What is the meaning of the “None” in model.summary of Keras? None means this dimension is variable. The first dimension in a keras model is always the batch size. The batch size will be ...

    What is the meaning of the “None” in model.summary of Keras?

    None means this dimension is variable. The first dimension in a keras model is always the batch size. The batch size will be automatically defined in the fit or predict methods.

  • Pagination Summary is buggy

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    s value, I sometimes get a number of pages different from what I assigned and sometimes bizarre behaviours, too. I will give you two examples. To put you in context, in my tests, I have a total of 6 ...
  • Ensure summary is defined

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    <p>Then I stumbled through your if else statements in the template file and wondered what if neither <code>.CommonAnnotations.summary</code> nor <code>.CommonAnnotations.message</code> nor <code>....
  • A Period Summary

    2014-11-23 20:40:59
    I have no writing for a long time.Because I do not know what I can record. As if I am sinking into an interregnum. I have so many problems and confusion,but I cannot take out them just. This is onl

    I have no writing for a long time.Because I do not know what I can record. As if I am sinking into an interregnum.

    I have so many problems and confusion,but I cannot take out them just. This is only an uneasy feeling.

    So I wrote the article to calm myself.

  • <p>I guess HTML should be explicit about what a form control is. <p>Maybe "form control" isn't the right concept? We have things like <code>meter, <code>progress, <code>marquee, <code>...
  • Summary of what static, heap, and stack memory are: A static variable is basically a global variable, even if you cannot access it globally. Usually there is an address for it that is in the execut...

    Summary of what static, heap, and stack memory are:

    • A static variable is basically a global variable, even if you cannot access it globally. Usually there is an address for it that is in the executable itself. There is only one copy for the entire program. No matter how many times you go into a function call (or class) (and in how many threads!) the variable is referring to the same memory location.

    • The heap is a bunch of memory that can be used dynamically. If you want 4kb for an object then the dynamic allocator will look through its list of free space in the heap, pick out a 4kb chunk, and give it to you. Generally, the dynamic memory allocator (malloc, new, et c.) starts at the end of memory and works backwards.

    • Explaining how a stack grows and shrinks is a bit outside the scope of this answer, but suffice to say you always add and remove from the end only. Stacks usually start high and grow down to lower addresses. You run out of memory when the stack meets the dynamic allocator somewhere in the middle (but refer to physical versus virtual memory and fragmentation). Multiple threads will require multiple stacks (the process generally reserves a minimum size for the stack).

    When you would want to use each one:

    • Statics/globals are useful for memory that you know you will always need and you know that you don't ever want to deallocate. (By the way, embedded environments may be thought of as having only static memory... the stack and heap are part of a known address space shared by a third memory type: the program code. Programs will often do dynamic allocation out of their static memory when they need things like linked lists. But regardless, the static memory itself (the buffer) is not itself "allocated", but rather other objects are allocated out of the memory held by the buffer for this purpose. You can do this in non-embedded as well, and console games will frequently eschew the built in dynamic memory mechanisms in favor of tightly controlling the allocation process by using buffers of preset sizes for all allocations.)

    • Stack variables are useful for when you know that as long as the function is in scope (on the stack somewhere), you will want the variables to remain. Stacks are nice for variables that you need for the code where they are located, but which isn't needed outside that code. They are also really nice for when you are accessing a resource, like a file, and want the resource to automatically go away when you leave that code.

    • Heap allocations (dynamically allocated memory) is useful when you want to be more flexible than the above. Frequently, a function gets called to respond to an event (the user clicks the "create box" button). The proper response may require allocating a new object (a new Box object) that should stick around long after the function is exited, so it can't be on the stack. But you don't know how many boxes you would want at the start of the program, so it can't be a static.

    Garbage Collection

    I've heard a lot lately about how great Garbage Collectors are, so maybe a bit of a dissenting voice would be helpful.

    Garbage Collection is a wonderful mechanism for when performance is not a huge issue. I hear GCs are getting better and more sophisticated, but the fact is, you may be forced to accept a performance penalty (depending upon use case). And if you're lazy, it still may not work properly. At the best of times, Garbage Collectors realize that your memory goes away when it realizes that there are no more references to it (see reference counting). But, if you have an object that refers to itself (possibly by referring to another object which refers back), then reference counting alone will not indicate that the memory can be deleted. In this case, the GC needs to look at the entire reference soup and figure out if there are any islands that are only referred to by themselves. Offhand, I'd guess that to be an O(n^2) operation, but whatever it is, it can get bad if you are at all concerned with performance. (Edit: Martin B points out that it is O(n) for reasonably efficient algorithms. That is still O(n) too much if you are concerned with performance and can deallocate in constant time without garbage collection.)

    Personally, when I hear people say that C++ doesn't have garbage collection, my mind tags that as a feature of C++, but I'm probably in the minority. Probably the hardest thing for people to learn about programming in C and C++ are pointers and how to correctly handle their dynamic memory allocations. Some other languages, like Python, would be horrible without GC, so I think it comes down to what you want out of a language. If you want dependable performance, then C++ without garbage collection is the only thing this side of Fortran that I can think of. If you want ease of use and training wheels (to save you from crashing without requiring that you learn "proper" memory management), pick something with a GC. Even if you know how to manage memory well, it will save you time which you can spend optimizing other code. There really isn't much of a performance penalty anymore, but if you really need dependable performance (and the ability to know exactly what is going on, when, under the covers) then I'd stick with C++. There is a reason that every major game engine that I've ever heard of is in C++ (if not C or assembly). Python, et al are fine for scripting, but not the main game engine.


  • Can we update the summary so everyone can understand what 2.7.4 is changing/fixing? What should go there - author/commit/PR link?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:photonstorm/phaser-ce</p></div>
  • a date summary

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    as usual ,study English in the morning ,have lunch with my colleague ,read Dode Completebut what make the day different is the installation of Oracle,through this I learn sth new:)tomorrow I ll
  • Since that is more than 150 different API routes. That would need testing again. So we need a way to define it in the documentation for the function.</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:domaindrivendev...
  • <p>Modify the read-only version of the form to make clearer what the badge is all about (presumably a brief summary, with a hyperlink to more info). <p>This should probably be done along with #456....
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  • - Item in workflow is editable by all users of the system but users can still be notified of changes they need to make at different stages of the workflow (this is like a workflow for a digitization ...
  • Although, this is in accordance with what doc says, I am unable to figure out what could be the usecase for this. <p>Thanks for your help 该提问来源于开源项目:DethAriel/ng-recaptcha</p></div>
  • Such functionality might benefit from VCs that have a short text that indicates what the VC is about - a 'summary text'. <p>For example, a credential that some government agency has issued ...
  • What is the expected output? What do you see instead? The summary beside Deck1 should show (5 6 8), but it shows (10 12 16) instead, apparently summing up values for Deck3, Deck4 AND Deck2, thus ...
  • <ol><li>Edit any support ticket</li><li>Change the issue summary</li><li>Save</li><li>No change is made</li></ol> <p><strong>Expected behavior:</strong> [What you expected to happen] <p>Issue summary ...
  • <p>Provide a general summary of the issue. <h2>Your Environment <ul><li>Plugin version: beta 093</li><li>Platform:</li><li>OS version:</li><li>Device manufacturer / model:</li><li>Cordova version ...
  • <p><strong>[Feature] What is the motivation / use case for changing the behavior?</strong></p> </li></ul> <p>Table-footer shows summary-info for all rows, however there is no way to show summary for ...
  • <p>this still is related to the digest for email that we are thinking to implement to reduce emails over a configurable period, but for what relates specifically to these emails we could implement ...
  • <div><p>It would be good to do a Summary page / Check your answers sort of component within govuk-react. It could be simple styled components using dl/dt/dd etc like shown <a href=...
  • <div><h2>Describe the bug <p>the summary in new ...<p>A clear and concise description of what you expected to happen. <h2>Screenshots <p>If applicable, add screenshots to help explain your problem. ...
  • If it is a crash or "Force close" and you can reproduce it, the following would help immensely: 1) Install the "SendLog" app, 2) Reproduce the crash, 3) Immediately after, launch ...
  • m finding that it is taking quite a while. (If my estimated time holds true it looks like 7 full days of computer time to complete everything). I think I could speed this up if I converted the ...
  • <div><p>i want to generate a summary ,and the source text is not in the text.bin ,just an ordinary English text,what can i do for this task ,thank you for your any help</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目ÿ...
  • What is the tracking logic?

    2021-01-07 12:13:06
    <p>My expected behaviour is every time a user visited a particular package or resource, it will update the tracking summary. <h3>Please describe the actual behaviour <p>If a user kept himself/herself ...



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