kandi X-RAY | pamela Summary
kandi X-RAY | pamela Summary
Probabalistic Advanced Modeling and Execution Learning Architecture (PAMELA). The goal of PAMELA is to design and implement a new probabilistic modeling language that extends the current state of the art process modeling languages, such as RMPL by adding first class probability variables. The compiler will not only compile the model into an automata representation such as a "Probabilistic Hierarchical Constraint Automata" (PHCA), but it will also synthesize a learning algorithm to bind the probabilistic variables using machine learning algorithms, appropriate for the program. This approach reduces the need for the programmer to be an expert in machine learning algorithms freeing the programmer to write models that employ probability values. One of our initial focuses has been on developing language constructs to support Temporal Planning Network (TPN) for consumption by a suitable TPN execution engine.
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I have something like...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-30 at 10:22
sorted(grades, key = lambda x: sorted([m['score'] for m in x['marks']], reverse=True), reverse = True)
grades is your list of dictionaries. With sorted you can sort by a key.
I wish to upload files in the form of a stream into Azure Storage but I don't want to use
Azure SDK instead I want to do it in a more generic way using
REST API and not
Is there a way to do so? The reference links for the same can be found here:
But the links mentioned here propose a solution using
Azure SDK. I want to do it without
Here's the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-04 at 06:03
You can try using Azure REST API for the Blob Operations. You can find REST API's for Blob here - Operations on Blob
The question is how are you going to handle stream upload at runtime. Azure SDK supports the stream upload. However in case of REST API, you'll need to handle that by yourself.
Uploading stream or parallel data you'll need some wrapper around this REST API Calls to achieve that
Hope you find this useful.
I have a dataframe with a sample of the employee survey results as shown below. The values in the delta columns are just the difference between the FY21 and FY20 columns....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-04 at 05:09
You can do this:
I need help in LINQ, I need to group a list of students based on the calculated average in a rage There is a student class :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-30 at 02:39
Something like that I suppose ?
I have to find the names passing through the parameter array in the List with lambda. Should I have to iterate for searching equal names from the array?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-29 at 03:07
I am only going to focus on the actual Lambda. Matching the exact output results is up to you
However, you can just use Contains
Determines whether a sequence contains a specified element.
I'm new to swift and programming in general. I have multiple arrays of names in a database and I need to check for same names in these arrays. I've found some solutions to compare two arrays, but not multiple so I wrote some additional code. But performance wise it's not the best practice I think. And also not the best way to add first all the names and then remove the duplicates..
Does anyone has any better ideas/solutions for my problem?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-09 at 19:22
If your intent is to just check if a name occurs in more than one collection I think the best way to approach this is creating a single collection with all the names and filter the duplicates as shown in this post
I have a cronjob that I want to execute twice a day, at 7h and 19h.
Here is the definition....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-06 at 10:47
The first item in a cron schedule is the minute. The first
* in your cron schedule
* 7,19 * * * matches every minute between 7:00 and 7:59 (and also every minute between 19:00 and 19:59). In therory, your cron job should not run twice, but 120 times per day using this schedule.
To execute your cron job at exactly 7:00 and 19:00, use
0 7,19 * * * as schedule.
I have a class called
Consultant where I collect data from the user for my app.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-30 at 13:08
To convert data from firestore in a local class you can create a constructor method in your class:
I was trying to solve one of my old assignment I am literally stuck in this one Can anyone help me?
There is a file called "datafile". This file has names of some friends and their
ages. But unfortunately, the names are not in the correct format. They should be
But, by mistake they are firstname,lastname
The task of the problem is writing a shell script called fix_datafile
to correct the problem, and sort the names alphabetically. The corrected filename
is called datafile.fix .
Please make sure the original structure of the file should be kept untouched.
The following is the sample of datafile.fix file:
#******** Name ********* ***** age *****
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-28 at 14:04
If you can use
awk (I suppose you can), than this there's a script which does what you need:
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