# User Portlet

Lucien Grondin
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Ok, that's going to sound lazy of me, but may I suggest a project with this ? On chesstempo.com, there is an opening training function. It uses the spaced repetition method and it's very nice but there is one problem : you have to pick your...
Is it safe to listen to, though ? For the ears, I mean. I ask that because I once messed around with sound generation and I ended up creating very high pitched sines that hurt my ears. Like seriously hurt. Ever since, I'm kind of scared of...
So I stumbled upon this work : https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~bmild/fourfeat/ It is related to a previous paper about Sine REpresentation Networks (SIREN): https://vsitzmann.github.io/siren/ I had tried to implement SIRENs on Mathematica...
But isn't there necessarily a "2" somewhere in the evaluated form of LinearLayer[2] ? I mean if I define say f[] := foo then f[] /. foo -> bar does return bar.
Today I was trying to understand Transformer architectures and as I was watching a [video explanation of the seminal paper "attention is all you need"][1], it occurred to me that the most difficult part to understand is the "attention layer". So I...
I didn't have to install that particular firmware as apparently my router offers a similar service out-of-the-box. I could extract the opvn configuration file and indeed to my amazement running the client on the remote machine was as simple as...
There is a tutorial about pattern matching : http://reference.wolfram.com/language/tutorial/Patterns.html As for your question, I think you may need to specify an order relation operator, so you want to generate all permutations of Range[n]. ...
In Mathematica you would use the PlotRange -> Full option, but I can't make it work in wolframalpha for some reason.
No, I was not aware of that option. Thanks for pointing it out :-)
Some time ago I stumbled upon [this work][1] about visualizing the similarity of Human and Chimp DNA. Mathematica has a nice GenomeData function to access genome information. As far as I understand there is no non-human information available...