How memory and its read,write mechanism work in Neural Turing Machine?

In Neural Turing Machine(NTM), reading memory is represented as $\begin{align} \tag{2} r_t \leftarrow \sum\limits_i^R w_t(i) \mathcal{M}_t(i) \end{align}$ and writing to memory is represented as step1: Erase $\begin{align} \tag{3} \mathcal{M}_t^{erased}(i) \leftarrow \mathcal{M}_{t-1}(i)[\mathbf{1} – w_t(i) e_t ] \end{align}$ step2: Add $\begin{align} \tag{4} \mathcal{M}_t(i) \leftarrow \mathcal{M}_t^{erased}(i) + w_t(i) a_t \end{align}$ In the reading mechanism if we take this…

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XDM Error (libXrender.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory)

I installed XDM form its website downloadable files,but when i try run it i get this error: [email protected]:~/Videos$ sudo xdman It’s not recomended to run XDM as root, as it can cause problems [ main ] loading… [ main ] 1.8.0_141-BLFS 5.0.0-37-generic [ main ] starting monitoring… [ Thread-0 ] instance starting… [ Thread-0 ]…

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Raw disk image from VDI file can be mounted using qemu-nbd but not loop device?

I installed a very old Slack version (3.2) on VirtualBox and then converted it to RAW format (ext2). However, for some reason I’m unable to mount it using losetup but qemu-nbd works fine. Why? I tried, losetup -P -f –show slack-3.2.img but it doesn’t create partitions. I modified /etc/default/grub so that GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=”loop.max_part=63″ and grub-mkconfig, etc.…

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How to connect to Etherscan Ropsten API using python

I want to connect to the etherscan Ropsten test-net with python: URL = ‘https://api-ropsten.etherscan.io/api?module=contract&action=getsourcecode&address=0x1c7f98370206b4d44bfbb011c65bc582fcdae4fe&apikey=’+ API_key s = requests.Session() response = s.get(URL) The response code is always Forbidden 403. I tested with curl the same url and it works. I tried to use py-etherscan-api, but there are no examples how to connect to Ropsten.

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