Tag Archives: Computer Science

Deep reinforcement learning and CV

Have a question about a connection between the deep reinforcement learning and CV. I feel pretty comfortable with DP and CNN/RNN, solving a lot of problems and have few types of research with it, but for future Ph.D. course looking for something more. I hear before about deep reinforcement learning, but not sure can we… Read More »

How can I assign cooks to customers?

I haven’t done much algorithm writing till now. I have a specific scenario and I am wondering which approach shall I take. Scenario: Let us suppose that we have 4 guys (A,B,C,D) We want to assign them a certain task whose duration varies from 40 mins – 1 hr 15 mins. The task duration varies… Read More »

Why and how geometric series are used for proofs?

I often see that someone uses geometric series for proofs related to time complexity, but also I can’t understand why they are used. Are they making proving easier? And how can I use this ‘tool’ for proofs? Can I transform problems to fit to geometric series? For example the time complexity of this simple function… Read More »

Finding a Simple Distribution In a Binary String

Unsupervised feature discovery of text that started with its bit string representation would need to discover octets were the first-order parse of such a bit string. This raises a question: What is the technique called that can discover that a binary string, for example: 0100100111110010101010101011111011001000111000100101110001111110111010111110010111001010100011111110001101100101001010101111000111101011010011111001111101001111101011111011110011011001111000010100110001 has the simple model (with A x B meaning A… Read More »