I am recently working with Mallet to conduct LDA Topic Modeling. I recognized that I am able to pass the alpha hyperparameter for the algorithm to Mallet, but the LDAMallet class does not contain any variable for the beta parameter. Can you guys tell me how that comes?
I know I can turn on hyperparameter optimization every n intervals, which will recalculate an optimal value for the parameters, but even there I dont know by what criteria they are optimized.
I have an older Shure Beta 58 mic purchased in 1996 that I would like to use as an external microphone in lieu of th built in mic on my PowerBook laptop. What interface do I need? I would like to use it for conferencing software like Zoom. I am also supposed to make an audio recording of some songs to send to a virtual choir project.
I am currently using Ubuntu 20.04 beta and I get this error in sudo apt update
E: The repository 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/webupd8team/java/ubuntu focal Release' does not have a Release file.
N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.
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Bitcoin Core will probably never have a "1.0". 1.0 is a socially significant number that indicates some kind of purpose or integrity (at least initially). This in itself prevents developers from declaring that there may even be a 1.0 or creating some timeline for a 1.0. Bitcoin Core is continually being developed and there is no point where many developers envision it becoming this kind of "final" or "complete" implying 1.0.
There is no timeline or roadmap for 1.0. There is no consensus that there should even be a 1.0. There is no consensus on what features would be necessary for a 1.0. It is highly unlikely that there will ever be a 1.0. The versions will most likely remain as is. Maybe in the future the initial 0 will be removed, or maybe some other continuous version scheme (like one based on the date) will be used. But due to the social implications of 1.0, that will probably never happen.
Google returns some solutions (like totally disabling security or reconfiguring the server), but both are not good / not available to me. Anyway, what I'm really looking for is some kind of confirmation that this is a bug (found, reported, worked) or a change in a policy or something by the ubuntu development team.
Now … There is a post on askubuntu HERE, where someone wrote:
"Ubuntu 19 has increased the requirements for certificates accepted in
generally not just for VPN. Make sure you have an RSA
certify at least one key size of 2048 and at least SHA-2 is used
for signature. "
So I went and wrote both hints in my VPN profile certificate file and I see:
Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
Next, I downloaded the Ubuntu Live ISO files for versions: 18.04.4, 19.10 and 20.04 (daily) and it confirmed that the same certificate VPN profile works on all of them (MS Win7 and Win10 included) but not on the latest version Ubuntu 2004 daily. I'm using the latest version of OpenVPN, of course.
So I am pretty convinced that something has changed and having a confirmation would go a long way.
Please let me know if you know where to look / who to ask. Thank you!
I have a new phone. Samsung Galaxy A50s. Model number SM-A507FN
I downloaded Arnova's Beta 6: GCam_5beta6.200105.0445build-7.2.018.apk
for Android 9+ phones from https://www.celsoazevedo.com/files/android/google-camera/dev-suggested/
assuming it will work on my phone. However, the application has been blocked frequently and does not work.
I have updated the phone software, so it was updated to Android 10. Kernel 4.14.62-17887617.
This app was not installed from the game store, so I don't know how to uninstall it now.
So let me know how to uninstall this app.