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 by   guokr Java Version: v0.1.0-beta1 License: Apache-2.0

 by   guokr Java Version: v0.1.0-beta1 License: Apache-2.0

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kandi X-RAY | simbase Summary

simbase is a Java library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning applications. simbase has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Simbase is a redis-like vector similarity database. You can add, get, delete vectors to/from it, and then retrieve the most similar vectors within one vector set or between two vector sets.
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  • simbase has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 215 star(s) with 27 fork(s). There are 34 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 8 open issues and 8 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 25 days. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of simbase is v0.1.0-beta1
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  • simbase has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • simbase has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • simbase code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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  • simbase is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
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kandi has reviewed simbase and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into simbase implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Decode the raw Redis requests from the buffer .
    • Handle commands .
      • Delete a key .
        • Accumulate vector .
          • Returns the score for the given range of integers
            • Internal write method .
              • Loads the recommendations .
                • Cleans up the source indexes .
                  • Read next line from buffer .
                    • Returns the position of the score for the given score .

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                      simbase Key Features

                      A vector similarity database

                      Concepts

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                                         + - - - +
                            +----------->| Basis |<------------------+
                            |  belongs   + _ _ _ +      belongs      |
                            |                                        |
                            |                                        |
                      + - - - - - +        source           + - - - - - - - -+
                      | VectorSet |<------------------------| Recommendation |
                      + - - - - - +                         + - - - - - - - -+
                            ^              target                    |
                            |________________________________________|

                      How to build and start

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                      > cd SIMBASE_HOME

                      How to connect to Simbase

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                      import redis
                      
                      dest = redis.Redis(host='localhost', port=7654)
                      dest.execute_command('bmk', 'ba', 'a', 'b', 'c')
                      dest.execute_command('vmk', 'ba', 'va')
                      dest.execute_command('rmk', 'va', 'va', 'cosinesq')

                      A general application case

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                      > bmk b2048 t1 t2 t3 ... t2047 t2048
                      > vmk b2048 article
                      > vmk b2048 userprofile
                      > rmk userprofile article cosinesq

                      Core commands

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                      > blist

                      PowerShell: Locate parent node and edit children

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                      [xml]$xml = @"
                      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252"?>
                      <SimBase.Document Type="Launch" version="1,0">
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BlaBlaBla</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>VRS_TacPack</Name>
                          <Disabled>True</Disabled>
                          <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>
                          <Path>Modules\VRS_TacPack\VRS_TacPack.dll</Path>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BluBluBlu</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                      </SimBase.Document>
                      "@
                      
                      $xml.SelectNodes("//Launch.Addon/Name[contains(text(), 'VRS_TacPack')]") | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.ParentNode.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ParentNode.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      
                      # need to quote the element names because of the '.'
                      $xml.'SimBase.Document'.'Launch.Addon' | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq 'VRS_TacPack' } | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      
                      [xml]$xml = @"
                      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252"?>
                      <SimBase.Document Type="Launch" version="1,0">
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BlaBlaBla</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>VRS_TacPack</Name>
                          <Disabled>True</Disabled>
                          <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>
                          <Path>Modules\VRS_TacPack\VRS_TacPack.dll</Path>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BluBluBlu</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                      </SimBase.Document>
                      "@
                      
                      $xml.SelectNodes("//Launch.Addon/Name[contains(text(), 'VRS_TacPack')]") | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.ParentNode.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ParentNode.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      
                      # need to quote the element names because of the '.'
                      $xml.'SimBase.Document'.'Launch.Addon' | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq 'VRS_TacPack' } | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      
                      [xml]$xml = @"
                      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252"?>
                      <SimBase.Document Type="Launch" version="1,0">
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BlaBlaBla</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>VRS_TacPack</Name>
                          <Disabled>True</Disabled>
                          <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>
                          <Path>Modules\VRS_TacPack\VRS_TacPack.dll</Path>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BluBluBlu</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                      </SimBase.Document>
                      "@
                      
                      $xml.SelectNodes("//Launch.Addon/Name[contains(text(), 'VRS_TacPack')]") | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.ParentNode.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ParentNode.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      
                      # need to quote the element names because of the '.'
                      $xml.'SimBase.Document'.'Launch.Addon' | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq 'VRS_TacPack' } | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      

                      Powershell: Read / Edit named nodes

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                      # Set up new XML object and read file content
                      $xmlFlight  = New-Object System.XML.XMLDocument
                      $xmlFlight.Load($flightFileIn)
                      
                      # Create new "Property" and append to the "DateTimeSeason" node
                      [System.Xml.XmlElement]$newElement = $xmlFlight.CreateElement('Property')
                      $newElement.SetAttribute('Name','NewName')
                      $newElement.SetAttribute('Value','NewValue')
                      $data = $xmlFlight.'SimBase.Document'.'Flight.Sections'.SelectSingleNode("//Section[@Name='DateTimeSeason']")
                      [void]$data.AppendChild($newElement)
                      
                      # Edit "Year" Property on the "DateTimeSeason" node
                      $xmlFlight.'SimBase.Document'.'Flight.Sections'.SelectSingleNode("//Section[@Name='DateTimeSeason']").SelectSingleNode("//Property[@Name = 'Year']").Value = '2021'
                      # Could also use: $data.SelectSingleNode("//Property[@Name = 'Year']").Value = '2021'
                      
                      $data.Property # output for test purposes
                      
                      # Output modified flight file
                      $xmlFlight.Save($flightFileOut)
                      
                      Write-Host "New XML file created"
                      
                      # XPath query to locate the element of interest.
                      $xpathQuery = '/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]'
                      
                      # Get the element of interest (<Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />)...
                      $elem = (Select-Xml $xpathQuery $flightFileIn).Node
                      
                      # ... update its 'Value' attribute ...
                      $elem.Value = 2021
                      
                      # ... and save the modified document to the output file.
                      $elem.OwnerDocument.Save($flightFileOut)
                      
                      # Returns element <Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />
                      $data = $xmlFlight.'SimBase.Document'.'Flight.Sections'.Section.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'DateTimeSeason' }).Property.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'Year' })
                      
                      # Sample modification of the 'Value' attribute.
                      $data.Value = '2021'
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode('/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]')
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode("//Section/Property[@Name = 'Year']")
                      
                      # XPath query to locate the element of interest.
                      $xpathQuery = '/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]'
                      
                      # Get the element of interest (<Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />)...
                      $elem = (Select-Xml $xpathQuery $flightFileIn).Node
                      
                      # ... update its 'Value' attribute ...
                      $elem.Value = 2021
                      
                      # ... and save the modified document to the output file.
                      $elem.OwnerDocument.Save($flightFileOut)
                      
                      # Returns element <Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />
                      $data = $xmlFlight.'SimBase.Document'.'Flight.Sections'.Section.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'DateTimeSeason' }).Property.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'Year' })
                      
                      # Sample modification of the 'Value' attribute.
                      $data.Value = '2021'
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode('/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]')
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode("//Section/Property[@Name = 'Year']")
                      
                      # XPath query to locate the element of interest.
                      $xpathQuery = '/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]'
                      
                      # Get the element of interest (<Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />)...
                      $elem = (Select-Xml $xpathQuery $flightFileIn).Node
                      
                      # ... update its 'Value' attribute ...
                      $elem.Value = 2021
                      
                      # ... and save the modified document to the output file.
                      $elem.OwnerDocument.Save($flightFileOut)
                      
                      # Returns element <Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />
                      $data = $xmlFlight.'SimBase.Document'.'Flight.Sections'.Section.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'DateTimeSeason' }).Property.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'Year' })
                      
                      # Sample modification of the 'Value' attribute.
                      $data.Value = '2021'
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode('/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]')
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode("//Section/Property[@Name = 'Year']")
                      
                      # XPath query to locate the element of interest.
                      $xpathQuery = '/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]'
                      
                      # Get the element of interest (<Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />)...
                      $elem = (Select-Xml $xpathQuery $flightFileIn).Node
                      
                      # ... update its 'Value' attribute ...
                      $elem.Value = 2021
                      
                      # ... and save the modified document to the output file.
                      $elem.OwnerDocument.Save($flightFileOut)
                      
                      # Returns element <Property Name="Year" Value="2020" />
                      $data = $xmlFlight.'SimBase.Document'.'Flight.Sections'.Section.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'DateTimeSeason' }).Property.
                        Where({ $_.Name -eq 'Year' })
                      
                      # Sample modification of the 'Value' attribute.
                      $data.Value = '2021'
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode('/SimBase.Document/Flight.Sections/Section[@Name="DateTimeSeason"]/Property[@Name="Year"]')
                      
                      $data = $xmlFlight.SelectSingleNode("//Section/Property[@Name = 'Year']")
                      

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                      QUESTION

                      PowerShell: Locate parent node and edit children

                      Asked 2020-Oct-12 at 14:18

                      I have a given XML file with 0 to n nodes called <Launch.Addon>. I would like to locate the '<Launch.Addon>' node with the child node 'Name' that contains the value 'VRS_TacPack'. If found i need to edit the child nodes 'Disabled' and 'ManualLoad' and then write the changed XML file back.

                      Structure of the given XML file:

                      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252"?>
                      <SimBase.Document Type="Launch" version="1,0">
                        ...
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BlaBlaBla</Name>
                          ...
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>VRS_TacPack</Name>
                          <Disabled>True</Disabled>
                          <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>
                          <Path>Modules\VRS_TacPack\VRS_TacPack.dll</Path>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BluBluBlu</Name>
                          ...
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        ...
                      </SimBase.Document>
                      

                      Reading and writing the XML file is no problem but since I do not know how to naviage inside an XML structure all my atempts to figure this out using examples failed miserably.

                      My current state of the script

                      # Set up new XML object and read DLL.XML file content
                      $xmlDll  = New-Object System.XML.XMLDocument
                      $xmlDll.Load($tacPackFileSpec)
                          
                      # Get the <Launch.Addon> node with child node <Name> contains 'VRS_TacPack'
                      ???
                          
                      # Output modified DLL.XML file
                      $xmlDll.Save($tacPackFileSpec)
                      

                      Thanks a lot for any help or hints Hannes

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2020-Oct-12 at 14:18

                      Here's two options for you:

                      [xml]$xml = @"
                      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252"?>
                      <SimBase.Document Type="Launch" version="1,0">
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BlaBlaBla</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>VRS_TacPack</Name>
                          <Disabled>True</Disabled>
                          <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>
                          <Path>Modules\VRS_TacPack\VRS_TacPack.dll</Path>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                        <Launch.Addon>
                          <Name>BluBluBlu</Name>
                        </Launch.Addon>
                      </SimBase.Document>
                      "@
                      

                      Using XPATH (Case-Sensitive)

                      $xml.SelectNodes("//Launch.Addon/Name[contains(text(), 'VRS_TacPack')]") | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.ParentNode.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ParentNode.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      

                      Using 'dotted' properties (Case-Insensitive)

                      # need to quote the element names because of the '.'
                      $xml.'SimBase.Document'.'Launch.Addon' | Where-Object { $_.Name -eq 'VRS_TacPack' } | ForEach-Object {
                          $_.Disabled   = 'False'
                          $_.ManualLoad = 'True'
                      }
                      $xml.Save("D:\Test\blah.xml")
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64319333

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                      To build the project, you need install leiningen first, and then. After the uberjar is created, you can start the system.

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