This is a bit hard to describe. So I have a map that looks like this after I’ve simplified it for clarity: server_ip_configs = { mgmt = { ct = “1” } applicationgateway = { ct = “1” } monitor = { ct = “1” } app = { ct = “3” } } What […]

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I have three lists as mentioned below. xx = [‘TT’, ‘AN’, ‘AP’, ‘AR’, ‘AS’, ‘BR’, ‘CH’, ‘CT’, ‘DN’, ‘DD’, ‘DL’, ‘GA’, ‘GJ’, ‘HR’, ‘HP’, ‘JK’, ‘JH’, ‘KA’, ‘KL’, ‘LA’, ‘LD’, ‘MP’, ‘MH’, ‘MN’, ‘ML’, ‘MZ’, ‘NL’, ‘OR’, ‘PY’, ‘PB’, ‘RJ’, ‘SK’, ‘TN’, ‘TG’, ‘TR’, ‘UP’, ‘UT’, ‘WB’] yy = [datetime.date(2020, 5, 27), datetime.date(2020, 5, 28), […]

I try to save the model using the saver method (I use the save function in the DDPG class to save), but when restoring the model, the result is far from the one I saved (I save the model when the episodic award is zero, the restor method in the code is commented out ) […]

I save the trained model after a certain number of episodes with the special save() function of the DDPG class (the network is saved when the reward reaches zero), but when I restore the model again using saver.restore(), the network gives out a reward equal to approximately -1800. Why is this happening, maybe I’m doing […]

I am new to StackOverflow and I ended up asking this question after reading everything I could find on the Internet about captures in LPeg. I am learning LPeg and I have successfully built a few programs using captures and text substitutions using C and Cs. However I realize that there is still something escaping […]

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has decided to award the Abel Prize for 2020 to Hillel Furstenberg (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel), and Gregory Margulis (Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA) for pioneering the use of methods from probability and dynamics in group theory, number theory and combinatorics. Can some one give a […]

I have the equation a given plane in the format: $$ax+by+cz+d=0$$ And I have a line in the following format: $$<a,b,c>+t<d,e,f>$$ I have the normal vector that identifies the plane: $$\vec{n}=<a,b,c>$$ I have the vector parallel to the line: $$\vec{v}=<d,e,f>$$ I then take the dot product of the two vectors and get the a non-zero […]

Trying to encrypt and decrypt strings with evp functions of openssl. I tried the following source code but I got unexpected results (garbege output). What I am missing? #include <stdio.h> #include <unistd.h> #if 1 #include <openssl/evp.h> char *se_evp_encrypt(char *ssid, char *data, int inl, char *ret, int *rb) { int i, tmp, ol; EVP_CIPHER_CTX evpctx; char […]

Point $T$ is inside the square $ABCD$. Let $A_1,B_1,C_1,D_1$ the other intersection point of the lines $AT,BT,CT,DT$ respectively and the circumcircle of the square $ABCD$. Prove: $$|A_1B_1|\cdot|C_1D_1|=|A_1D_1|\cdot|B_1C_1|$$ My attempt: I was looking for the inscribed angles of the same measure: $$\measuredangle ABB_1=\measuredangle AA_1B_1\;\&\;\measuredangle BTA=\measuredangle B_1TA_1\implies\;\Delta ABT\;{\sim}\;\Delta A_1B_1T$$ Analogously: $$\Delta TAD_1{\sim}\Delta TA_1D$$$$\;\Delta C_1D_1T\;{\sim}\Delta CDT$$$$\Delta D_1A_1T{\sim}\Delta DAT$$$$\Delta […]

Point $T$ is inside the square $ABCD$. Let $A_1,B_1,C_1,D_1$ the other intersection point of the lines $AT,BT,CT,DT$ respectively and the circumcircle of the square $ABCD$. Prove: $$|A_1B_1|\cdot|C_1D_1|=|A_1D_1|\cdot|B_1C_1|$$ My attempt: I was looking for the inscribed angles of the same measure: $$\measuredangle ABB_1=\measuredangle AA_1B_1\;\&\;\measuredangle BTA=\measuredangle B_1TA_1\implies\;\Delta ABT\;{\sim}\;\Delta A_1B_1T$$ Analogously: $$\Delta TAD_1{\sim}\Delta TA_1D$$$$\;\Delta C_1D_1T\;{\sim}\Delta CDT$$$$\Delta D_1A_1T{\sim}\Delta DAT$$$$\Delta […]