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comment CL-FAD - redundancy in defsystem?
you're correct about the redundancy
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comment socket descriptor closes after assignment
How does the RoutingManager class look like? Is it possible, that when you do myConnection->newConnections.pop_back(), the connection instance is finalized and closed?
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comment socket descriptor closes after assignment
that's what accept is for
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awarded Caucus
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comment Array with initial content that is determined by function
Right, the results should be used as :initial-contents from the code in the question
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answered Array with initial content that is determined by function
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comment How does generative language model work in the natural language processing?
Yes, you generate a new random number for each sample. As for the first question: you've got it backwards. In this case you'll get yes is the generated number is below 0.67 and no otherwise. If you'll have 3 words: yes, no, maybe with equal probabilities, you'll need to take yes if the generated number is from 0 to 1/3, no if it's from 1/3 to 2/3, and maybe if it's above 2/3. You can think of it as placing you words on a [0,1] section, each word taking the size proportional to the probability.
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comment How does generative language model work in the natural language processing?
I see, I've updated the answer with one variant of how to do that.
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answered How does generative language model work in the natural language processing?
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answered Common Lisp: asdf depends-on specific version
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answered Bytes vs Characters vs Words - which granularity for n-grams?
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comment Training confusion matrix and testing confusion Matrix
you're right :)
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answered LISP File I/O - Extract and Convert Information
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answered cannot understand the definition of "row-major-ref" in sbcl
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revised Python - A way to learn and detect text patterns?
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comment Python - A way to learn and detect text patterns?
Not exactly. Decision trees are one of the classification algorithms - you can read more on them starting from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decision_tree
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comment Natural Language Processing Tag definitions
possible duplicate of Java Stanford NLP: Part of Speech labels?
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answered Python - A way to learn and detect text patterns?
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