kandi X-RAY | grl Summary
kandi X-RAY | grl Summary
The Generic Robotics Library (GRL) has a long term goal of implementing robotics algorithms using generic programming in C++11. Currently GRL implements C++11 drivers for the new Kuka LBR iiwa arm and hardware integration with [ROS] ros.org) and the [V-REP] robotics simulation software. [grl kuka control from linux over Java API demo] This demo video is of the KUKA iiwa robot following a path using GRL. What appears to be a "wobbling" motion is actually a highly precise pre-planned path consisting of tiny, nearly concentric circles relative to an object. If you use GRL in research please consider providing a citation:
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I created a new Quarkus app using the following command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:18
Please enable the quarkus-smallrye-jwt TRACE logging to see why the tokens are rejected.
And indeed, as you have also found out,
https protocol needs to be enabled in the native image, which can be done, as you have shown :-), by adding
--enable-url-protocols=https to the native profile's properties in
This PR will ensure adding it manually won't be required.
So, here is a sample code for the domain adaptation model, and all I want to do is to save the model and load it,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-19 at 15:04
I figured it out, I needed to change the GradReverse layer's init function with **kwargs, This object will then accept any other keyword argument that i haven't included.
Currently I have an html select tag that is populated by looping through a geoJson file (decoded using using PHP). The select option’s text is the country name and the value is it’s iso_a3 code. When a country is selected and the button is click I’d like to load the country specific borders. Currently I’m only able to get this to work manually by using if/else if e.g:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-15 at 10:06
You can use
array.filter. Something like the below example
I have a data source based on ISO3 country codes and I wish to visualize it using geopandas. The source I am using is based on world bank data and contains more countries than the target in GeoDataFrame.
I used the code below to achieve the visualization I was looking for. Some lines of codes correct missing abbreviations in the
world layer (see https://github.com/geopandas/geopandas/issues/1041 for more info).
Now I have two problems.
- (major) The code is not very elegant. Does someone know a more elegant was to import the data into the
- (minor) I get a matplotlib warning I do not understand:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in less xa[xa < 0] = -1
Basic code to reproduce the problem is below. Sorry for the long arrays, but the data is necessary to reproduce the problem....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-18 at 15:27
I think you'd benefit from placing your arrays into a dataframe and then merging that with your
world geodataframe. So what you have would become:
I have a dataset of 25 variables and 248 rows. There are 8-factor variables and the rest are integers and numbers. I am trying to run XGBoost. I have done the following code: -...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-13 at 14:18
test[,"GRL"] returns a data.frame, and XGBoost needs the label to be a vector.
test[["GRL"]] instead. You also need to do the same for the training dataset
I am trying to upsample or oversample a dataset in R using "ovun.sample" function in ROSE package, no computation is being done....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-10 at 14:13
Here's my answer from the comments, for completeness:
On a newly installed Ubuntu 18.04 box with sdkman I only get a subset of the java versions available on my other (old) Ubuntu 18.04 box. Both are running SDKMAN 5.7.3+337. What am I missing?
I checked the sdkman docs, but could not find som obvious config option I have missed. Also I found this post, which seems similar to mine - though the solution seems rather complex (and not in the spirit of sdkman): sdkman is missing a specific java version
Running sdkman I get the following differences in output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-22 at 19:28
I have now finally realised why I get these different lists. The new box is running a 32 bit version of Ubuntu. Only a small subset of pubished JDK's apparently support 32 bit.
s@s:~$ sdk ls java ================================================================================ Available Java Versions ================================================================================ 13.ea.18-open 10.0.2-zulu 12.0.1-sapmchn 10.0.2-open 12.0.1-zulu 9.0.7-zulu 12.0.1-open 9.0.4-open 12.0.1.j9-adpt 8.0.212-zulu 12.0.1.hs-adpt 8.0.212-amzn 12.0.1-librca > * 8.0.212.j9-adpt 11.0.3-sapmchn 8.0.212.hs-adpt 11.0.3-zulu 8.0.212-librca 11.0.3-amzn 8.0.202-zulufx 11.0.3.j9-adpt 7.0.222-zulu 11.0.3.hs-adpt 6.0.119-zulu 11.0.3-librca 1.0.0-rc-16-grl 11.0.2-open 1.0.0-rc-15-grl 11.0.2-zulufx 1.0.0-rc-14-grl
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-30 at 14:39
It is no longer supported. This is the github issue for more information.
As the writer said:
The reason that we're moving to OpenJDK is that Oracle doesn't provide Docker images that are deemed official to Docker, whereas it appears that OpenJDK ones are as shown there. So if we're going to deploy with OpenJDK, then we'd like to match our local dev environment as well.
I have SDKMAN 5.7.3+337 on an Ubuntu 18.10 which is listing these available versions for java:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-23 at 11:28
It seems that downloading the missing version:
All the tutorials for using beginBitmapFill seem to center around dynamically drawing an object. Is it possible to simply apply a bitmap fill to an existing shape that's inside a movieclip? I know I can do this manually by selecting the shape and selecting a bitmap in the Color panel.. but is it possible to do it with code? This is what I'm trying and it's not giving errors, but it's also not working:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-08 at 12:35
As others have commented, you can use readGraphicsData and drawGraphicsData respectively. It's even not over-complicated. Simply loop through the IGraphicsData of your desired shape, stop as soon as you've found an instance of the GraphicsBitmapFill class, create a new instance with another BitmapFill and finally apply the changes to the original shape.
Well, a picture is worth a thousand words. Here's an example. This might seem a bit long but there's just a whole lot of code to prepare a shape and load images to be used as bitmap fills.
Set your eyes on the process() function.
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