kandi X-RAY | AVP Summary
kandi X-RAY | AVP Summary
Peter LaValle @ gmail.com 2018-03-16. This will be the public AVP3.0.1 release. Currently; the downloaded models are not ignored.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- The main interface
- Writes a move to a file
- Installs a listener on the text component
- Read a JSON document
- Execute the layout
- The main algorithm
- Returns the total energy of the specified edge
- Calculates the QAM score for a given user
- Add userSay
- Returns a relative position of an absolute point
- Draws a cell
- Performs a vertex order
- Paint a shape
- Returns the shortest path between two vertices
- Produces a DFS layer
- Set the layout of a WindmillGraph
- Paints the component
- Determine the shortest path between two vertices
- Handle mouseDragged event
- Parse the given reader
- Initialize handlers
- Initialize handler
- Entry point for testing
- Initialize the components
- Populates the format menu with the given settings editor
- Encodes a RenderedImage
AVP Key Features
AVP Examples and Code Snippets
[main] INFO e.a.d.m.InteractionStateManager - InteractionState Wrapper started Exception in thread "Thread-20" java.util.NoSuchElementException: No line found at java.util.Scanner.nextLine(Scanner.java:1540) at hmi.flipper2.launcher.
linux $ cd ~ linux $ git clone https://github.com/ARIA-VALUSPA/AVP.git linux $ cd AVP/ASR/ linux $ chmod +=rwx ./install-aria-asr.sh linux $ chmod +=rwx run/*.sh linux $ ./install-aria-asr.sh
windows $ ssh email@example.com -L8888:localhost:8888 linux $ cd ~ linux $ cd AVP/ASR/run/ linux $ ./launch.sh
Trending Discussions on AVP
I have speaking
Turns of different lengths. I want to break the
Turns into individual words and assign each word to a new column depending on the word's position in the utterance:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-05 at 12:24
tidyverse approach may also help
According to RTSP documentation page 21 https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2326, an RTSP response is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-25 at 20:53
This interpretation is correct:
I am using Plotly to plot actual versus predicted values from a dataset. Everything runs fine, except I would like to color actual value points (SalePrice) in blue and predicted value points (pred.price) in red. I'm relatively new to Plotly and have been playing around with some examples given online but it's not quite what I'm looking for. I have the following syntax below that plots all points in a singular color but I am not sure how to proceed. Thank you...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-23 at 06:47
In my understanding you still need the x-axis defined. I did this with the column id.
Here is the provided data which I took from your example:
I bought a cheap chinese ip camera (GWIPC-26xxx/Yoosee). I want to record its stream with ffmpeg.
On FFMPEG I manage to make it work only using the RTSP/UDP transport protocol, like bellow. It also plays flawlessly on VLC....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-22 at 11:07
FFMPEG not very tolerant in RTSP setup
IP cameras are of varying quality, some behaving erratically in my experience. Dealing with their RTSP streams requires a dose of fault-tolerance.
This appears to be a byproduct of the low-end of the CCTV industry playing fast and loose with standards, RTSP and ONVIF being the two most frequently abused. Fortunately, you can usually work around these problems. Unless your IP cameras and controller are all designed to play nicely together, only use ONVIF for once-only discovery and settings management.
After struggling I started comparing the RTSP/SETUP messages between
openRTSP by default already outputs a lot of verbose diagnostic.
openRTSP sends the commands
DESCRIBE and then
SETUP. The SETUP messages were:
Here is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-12 at 13:39
Many pandas functions do not modify the df it is called on, but return a modified df. Generally you should either use
inplace=True argument if available, or use
I want to transfer data of huge size (each file about 15GB, totally around 2TB) to a new hardrive without loss (corrupt) of the data. How can transfer and verify wheteher data is copied completely to the hard drive? I tried like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-13 at 11:29
rsync already has internal checks for data integrity, you just need it to "tell" you it completed, for example by adding
&& echo transfer complete
If the message is not displayed, it may have failed and the transfer did not complete.
If you want to display a message when it fails instead, it's also possible with
|| echo transfer failed
If you want both, the cleanest way is to use an
I'm trying to play audio for who is calling me all by using NodeJS.
He is using SIP and initiate a call. I was able to receive the call and record his audio.
Now I'm trying to use the RTP protocol to play back audio to him.
So what I tried is to save each RTP packet I got, and send it back as is. But I'm don't undestand why he don't hear nothing.
The INVITE command...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-08 at 12:13
In other words: According to RTP protocol, is sending back the packet can work, or do I need to reconstruct them?
You need to construct a dedicated RTP header and add the received payload. SSRC and timestamp must be generated in a meaningful way or the receiver may discard those packets.
In this dataframe with speech transcriptions, in column
Turn, and Part-of-Speech tags, in column
c5, I want to identify the index of the word
ta if it is preceded by the word
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-18 at 11:40
You can use
sapply over each value of
Turns_split and get the index where current word is
'ta' and previous word is
This is the sdp:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-12 at 09:20
You should use the
-alaw format instead. And it will work for you.
I'm trying to send a RTP stream using an UDP multicast address with this command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-06 at 14:29
While not directly answering the question I used gstreamer to convert multicast to unicast as a workaround:
No vulnerabilities reported
Other packages (beyond cuBLAS) may be required. The setup script uses sudo and apt so will benefit from some attention.
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