graphs and networks – Dear all I need help running a mathematica notebook

I need to print a 2D contour and 3D free energy landscape from an (.xpm) from Gromacs I obtained the free-energy-landscape.txt from the .xpm using the python script refered by http://nmr.chem.uu.nl/~adrien/course/molmod/analysis2.html. But when I run the notebook and follow the indications it does not do anything. How could I fix this? To run the parts of the notebook I hit shift+enter.

Any suggestions? Kindly, Lazaro

What are the differences of Autoencoder and Autoassociative neural networks?

I am pretty new to Machine Learning and I am a little bit confused about these two networks. They both try to find some latent features in the input, both seem to have the same architecture and are trained in the same way using back propagation. So what makes them different?

graphs and networks – How can I use the legacy version in TreePlot in Mathematica 12.0 and later?

In other places on StackExchange, I read: “In versions 12.0, TreePlot is changed substantially, and the legacy TreePlot is available under the name GraphComputation`TreePlotLegacy“.

How do I go from this to actually using the legacy package?

Needs["GraphComputation`TreePlotLegacy"] gives an error.

I have a beautiful TreePlot created 6-7 years ago. Doesn’t work now.

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computer networks – Assign an IP address to each router’s interface

I have to assign an IP address to each router’s interface. This is the network:

Network

This is what I have:

  • N1 is a private network with 1000 hosts: 192.168.0.0/22
  • N2 is a private network with 500 hosts: 192.168.4.0/23
  • N3 is a public network with 128 hosts: 130.7.42.128/25

R0

  • eth0: 192.168.4.1
  • eth1: 130.7.41.4
  • eth2:

R1

R2

  • eth0: 192.168.4.2
  • eth1: 192.168.0.2
  • eth2: 130.7.42.129

How do I configure the IP address of R0 eth2 and R1 eth0? Do I have to create an own network with an IP address of 2 bits? If yes, is it public or private?

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How could you use mirror in unity to network across multiple networks rather than only LAN (Port Forwarding?)

I’ve been working on a game for my friends and I to play during quarantine but I can’t figure out or find any information on networking using mirror. Everything I see gives vague answers to even vaguer questions that assume you have prior knowledge of networking. Could anyone give me any sort of direction on how to port forward using mirror or if there’s a better solution?

computer networks – binary representation of ip prefixes

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Linux networks: load balancing between regions: how to run two haproxies and serve geographically close clients

You may be asking this question incorrectly, so feel free to suggest changes if necessary.

I run a web service. For both reliability and horizontal scaling, the front-end is a haproxy with two nginx instances behind it. The haproxy is a single point of failure, something I would like us to grow from.

More importantly though, our users in other regions (i.e. continents) see slow service. We know how to improve this with servers by region: adding an existing ioa-service.example.com (Iowa) to the existing fra-service.example.com (Frankfurt). Two haproxy instances (one in FRA, one in IOA) and the key additional services each needs at low latency.

What is less clear to me is how to serve users.

User A makes an HTTPS request to www.example.com. DNS says look at 1.2.3.4 (all the IP addresses in this question are obviously bogus). This already presents the first problem. We have 1.2.3.4 (in FRA) and 1.2.3.5 (IOA). How does DNS know which to point the user to? Note that RR-DNS, often suggested in this context, is inappropriate: it ignores load, availability, or proximity, and you may experience caching blindness. Virtual IP addresses could they work, but if they do, it seems to require us to run internal gateway protocols like OSPF. I don't think it's a sensible thing for us to do, and I'm not sure if our service provider will allow it anyway, but I could be completely wrong. I don't fully understand VIPs. Floating IP it can be used for failover, but it also fails by ignoring proximity or account load.

AWS, Google, Azure, and surely others provide services that handle this type of load balancing, but they all assume that you are running their entire service on your infra. It bothers me greatly that the only solution to this problem is to accept the provider block.

I have read a little about GeoDNS, which sounds promising. (AnycastOn the other hand, it requires that the DNS server be placed with our haproxy. And it may require ISP support).

Any solution would seem like a hugely complicated SSL certificate issuance.

Can anyone point me in the right direction on how to approach this?