kandi X-RAY | LSEQ Summary
kandi X-RAY | LSEQ Summary
This framework allows the developper to configure underlying components of its allocation strategy and to measure the size of identifiers generated (see [package module] /src/main/java/alma/fr/modules/)). Available components are divided in 4 categories: * Base: Double or Constant (parameter departure base) * Boundary: Double or Constant (parameter departure boundary) * Allocation strategies: Beginning (boundary+) or Ending (boundary-) (parameters base, boundary) * Strategy Choice: Single, Round-Robin or Random (parameter(s) allocation strategie(s)). Of course, the framework also allows to develop custom components.
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- Test program
- Runs the visualization
- Generate the patch
- Run the documentation
- Runs the program
- Run the transform
- Writes a datapoint file to disk
- Calculates the average bit size for the logootid table
- Run the sample algorithm
- Overrides the superclass method
- Generate an iterator over positions
- Add a new id in the structure
- Configures the given binder
- This method binds the given binder
- Bind the given binder
- Bind to the given binder
- Compares this position with another position
- Bind the given binder to the given binder
- Return a list of deltas
- Returns a list of lines that can be inserted
- Returns a list of N lines
- Gets interval between p and q
- Generate identifiers
- Return a list of Deltas
- Generates an iterator over positions
- Remove a node from a list
LSEQ Key Features
LSEQ Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on LSEQ
What is the function for generating data for plotting an exponential curve between two points? Here's a logarithmically spaced sequence. I want to create more of a hockey stick between the start and end point, and the real end goal is the vector of values not the plot.
My use case is that I have a parameter for a plotting function that needs to ramp up slowly between the given values as I try to plot more data. This log sequence is better than a linear sequence, but it still rises too rapidly. I need to keep the values lower and then increase exponentially....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-01 at 21:26
This is more of a maths question rather than a programming question, but there's a fairly simple programming solution.
Here's a simple function you can try. It allows you to produce a sequence of numbers between a starting and ending number just like the
lseq function, but includes a shape parameter that controls how "exponential" the numbers appear.
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You can use LSEQ like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the LSEQ component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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