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Train a model on synthetic data using Pyro

I’m trying to replicate the counterfactual fairness paper( https://arxiv.org/pdf/1703.06856.pdf ) in Pyro. I have found a tutorial that mentioned the following steps: Convert the above model to an SCM. Call this "GroundTruthModel". It should explicitly represent K. In SCMs endogenous variables are deterministic functions of exogenous variables and parent endogenous variables. So sample the endogenous […]

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Hibernate custom type with manyToOne relation

What I Woul like to have: Class Address, which represent address around a globe, also I do have Country entity, which I would like to use as relation here, to mitigate the risk to have an Address to a Country, which I would specify (is it worth mitigation?) My general question, is it even possible? […]

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How to WP_Query() from multiple blogs and order them?

Dear WordPress community, my job seems quiet hard now. We have a blog for articles and another for videos and I now have to produce a list of it, ordered. Paginatedly. This is what I tried: switch_to_blog(1); $query = (new WP_Query([ ‘post_type’ => ‘video’, ‘post_status’ => ‘publish’, ‘posts_per_page’ => 30, ‘paged’ => 1, ‘s’ => […]

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WordPress pagination problem on merged queries

I have merged queries in search.php with custom post types. This is my scenario when user search to "math", the main query is searching in the post title, post excerpt, and post content. Now I have a "math" category but the post information is not including "math" text which exists in the math category so […]

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Solving modular linear congruences for large numbers

I’m looking for a better algorithm than one I found on stackoverflow to handle 4096 byte numbers, i’m hitting a maximum recursion depth. Code from stackoverlow post, i copy/pasted it but lost the original link: def linear_congruence(a, b, m): if b == 0: return 0 if a < 0: a = -a b = -b […]

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dice roll math with large n (>100) and numerical precision

edit: thank you for the suggestions about numerical precision, I have included a currently non functional implementation of ramanujan’s approximation below. The probability is still getting too big for n > 80. re-titled to be more descriptive I promise this is not just another dice rolling homework problem. I implemented a function to calculate the […]

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Strange behavior of EqualityComparer with nullable fields

Assume there is this class: public class Foo { public int Id { get; set; } public int? NullableId { get; set; } public Foo(int id, int? nullableId) { Id = id; NullableId = nullableId; } } I need to compare these objects by following rules: If both objects have value for NullableId then we […]

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Android LocaleList creates null content object for Test flow

Faced with a strange behaviour of android.os.LocaleList class for Test flow. I have a very simple test (based on just generated by Studio, nothing else). I’ve added some other object construction examples for comparison. In Test flow LocaleList doesn’t create a list of locales – it creates some object with “null” inside: import android.os.LocaleList import […]

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Readdir() in a sequential behavior

int indent = 0; int listDir(const char* dirname){ DIR* dir; struct dirent* d; if(!(dir = opendir(dirname))) return -1; while((d = readdir(dir)) != NULL){ if(strcmp(d->d_name, “.”) == 0 || strcmp(d->d_name, “..”) == 0 ){ continue; } else if(d->d_type != DT_DIR){ // Any except folders. printf(“%*s- %s:%ld\n”, indent, “”, d->d_name, d->d_ino); } else if(d->d_type == DT_DIR){ // […]

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VHDL Changing and holding the signal in if statement

Im super new with VHDL and I have an assigned project to do. Basically what I’m aiming is to display 2 numbers and substract and add them with the help of a switch. (On FPGA Board) For example: Assume I have a signal A with the bit value 9 and B with 2, whenever I […]