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awarded Curious
Jul
2
awarded Curious
May
7
awarded Yearling
May
7
accepted Neural Networks training on multiple cores
May
7
comment Neural Networks training on multiple cores
Thank you David, i'll have a try - all that sounds sensible.
May
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asked Neural Networks training on multiple cores
May
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comment How can I apply multithreading to the backpropagation neural network training?
how do you merge the weights? What 'merge' means here, you add them all ?
Mar
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awarded Popular Question
Mar
12
answered Can I use two raspberry pi to work together and faster?
Feb
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awarded Popular Question
Feb
4
comment Serializing and Deserializing uint64_t - different results on different platforms
Perfect, all clear and it worked as a charm. Much appreciated!
Feb
4
accepted Serializing and Deserializing uint64_t - different results on different platforms
Feb
4
comment Serializing and Deserializing uint64_t - different results on different platforms
@MarkkuK. Thanks for that, you can post this as an answer.
Feb
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comment Serializing and Deserializing uint64_t - different results on different platforms
And yes, you're right with the %lli on PI. It works OK when printed with %lli instead of %li. Gosh..
Feb
4
comment Serializing and Deserializing uint64_t - different results on different platforms
Yes you're right 'hexdump -C' shows the same output on both machines now.
Feb
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asked Serializing and Deserializing uint64_t - different results on different platforms
Nov
14
accepted C++ Algorithm Prediction, need to predict 3 numbers
Nov
14
comment C++ Algorithm Prediction, need to predict 3 numbers
That's no good, i was hoping at least some statistical approach could be implemented to get 'closer' to eventual win.
Nov
14
comment C++ Algorithm Prediction, need to predict 3 numbers
@Mkirci, no order doesn't matter and those 3 numbers are totally independent, they're are taken out of the box.
Nov
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comment C++ Algorithm Prediction, need to predict 3 numbers
@Yavar, i need to predict next 3 numbers that are possible winners in next lottery. The order of the predicted numbers doesn't matter, it might be 1,2,3 or 3,2,1.
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