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  2. The page where a backlink originates is generally called the source page or reference page.
    This is the exact URL where the link is placed and implemented.


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Algorithms: What is the correct complexity of all routes from the source DFS solution to the destination one?

Consider the algorithm set forth in your link and denote with $ T (n) $ The temporal complexity of that problem for a DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) of size $ n $. Then he maintains:

$$ T (n) = sum_ {i = 0} ^ {n – 1} T (i) $$

since it started from the vertex $ 0 $ you call the same function in the sub-graphics composed of vertices $ k points n – 1 $ for $ k in {1 points n-1 } $.

So, considering that $ T (0) = T (1) = 1 $ the complexity is $ T (n) = mathcal {O} (2 ^ n) $ That solves that recursion.

Solving equations: why can we only find the asymptotic expression of the solution of the first implicit function?

Here are three equations of implicit functions

AsymptoticSolve((a*y^2 + Sin(x))^2 == x, y, {x, 1, 3})
AsymptoticSolve((a*Sin(y)^2 + Sin(x))^2 == x, y, {x, 1, 3})
AsymptoticSolve((a*y^2 + Sin(x*y))^2 == x, y, {x, 1, 3})

Why can we only find the asymptotic expression of the solution of the first implicit function?

Ordinary differential equations: prove that there is no solution to a DE

Find all differential equation solutions $ xy & # 39; + (1-x) y = 0 $ Y $ xy & # 39; + (1-x) y = 1 $. There is also a solution such that $ and (0) = 0 $ Y $ and (0) = 1 $ for both these D.Es?

My attempt: $ xy & # 39; + (1-x) y = 0 implies $ $ int frac {dy} {y} = int frac {1-x} {x} dx $ for $ x ne 0 $ Y $ y (x) ne 0 $ For any $ x in mathbb {R} $. Thus $ y = frac {k} {x} e ^ x $ for constant $ k in mathbb {R} – {0 } $. But $ y (x) = 0 , forall , x $ It is also a valid solution of this D.E. Therefore, there is such a solution that $ and (0) = 0 $. All possible solutions of this D.E are:

$$ y = left {
begin {array} {ll}
frac {k} {x} e ^ x & mbox {if} x ne 0 \
0 & mbox {if} x = 0
end {array}
Right. $$

where $ k in mathbb {R} $. But $ and (0) = 1 $ not possible since $ 0 cdot frac {dy} {dx} mid_ {x = 0} + (1-0) and (0) = 0 $ yields $ and (0) = 0 $. I am not sure if this proves the first part of the question.

For the second part, we have the D.E $ xy & # 39; + (1-x) y = 1 implies $ $ int d (xe ^ {- x} y) = int e ^ {- x} dx $. Thus $ xy = -1 + ce x where $ c in mathbb {R} $. In this case, all possible solutions are:

$$ y = left {
begin {array} {ll}
frac {-1} {x} + frac {c} {x} e ^ x & mbox {if} x ne 0 \
1 & mbox {if} x = 0
end {array}
Right. $$

$ and (0) = 0 $ not possible since $ 0 cdot frac {dy} {dx} mid_ {x = 0} + (1-0) and (0) = 1 $ yields $ and (0) = 1 $. From the definition of $ and $ above, it is a valid solution such that $ and (0) = 1 $ ? Is this test correct?

Macos: Bluetooth headset volume too low. Any third party solution to boost?

For wired headphones you have many options. Bluetooth is literally a digital signal, so you have no options other than a better receiver to power your headphones. Since you cannot change the Mac amplifier to increase the current or voltage, you have two options for analog:

  • Choose low-impedance headphones or more efficient headphones (sealed or with noise cancellation) to produce more sound with the same output power.
  • Choose a headphone amplifier to increase the output power or a 100W Bluetooth amplifier to really make some noise.

For Bluetooth, the maximum is like the amplifier dial, it no longer rotates, so once it reaches the maximum volume, you must replace the hardware.

Even if you activate Bluetooth at eleven, max is max.

EOS R backup solution for SDXC cards

I have Canon EOS R that uses SDXC cards, what is the easiest and lightest solution to back up during the trip?

I have 2 SANDISK SDXC EXTREME PRO 128GB cards and, just in case, I would like to make additional backup copies of my cards so as not to lose all the photos / videos recorded during the trip for a few weeks.

equation resolution: the solution contains the function & # 39; root & # 39;

I am trying to use Mathematica to diagonalize an array, but the solution contains the root() function, instead of the answer resolved. Can I & # 39; force & # 39; Mathematica to solve the root function?

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y0 = KroneckerProduct(PauliMatrix(3), IdentityMatrix(2));
y1 = KroneckerProduct(I PauliMatrix(2), PauliMatrix(1));
y2 = KroneckerProduct(I PauliMatrix(2), PauliMatrix(2));
y3 = KroneckerProduct(I PauliMatrix(2), PauliMatrix(3));
o01 = 1/2 (y0.y1 - y1.y0); o01 // MatrixForm;
o02 = 1/2 (y0.y2 - y2.y0); o02 // MatrixForm;
o03 = 1/2 (y0.y3 - y3.y0); o03 // MatrixForm;
o12 = 1/2 (y1.y2 - y2.y1); o12 // MatrixForm;
o31 = 1/2 (y3.y1 - y1.y3); o31 // MatrixForm;
o23 = 1/2 (y2.y3 - y3.y2); o23 // MatrixForm;
y5 = I y0.y1.y2.y3 ;
v0 = y5.y0; v0 // MatrixForm;
v1 = y5.y1; v1 // MatrixForm;
v2 = y5.y2; v2 // MatrixForm;
v3 = y5.y3; v3 // MatrixForm;
y5 // MatrixForm;
M2 = Ex o01 + Ey o02 + Ez o03 + Bz o12 + By o31 + Bx o23 + X0 y0 + 
  X1 y1 + X2 y2 + X3 y3 + V0 v0 + V1 v1 + V2 v2 + 
  V3 v3; M2 // MatrixForm
DiagonalMatrix(Eigenvalues(M2)) // MatrixForm

The result below is one of the four own values ​​of the matrix produced by DiagonalMatrix(Eigenvalues(M2)). It contains the root function instead of the explicit solution. Why doesn't Mathematica solve the root function?

Root(Bx^4 + 2 Bx^2 By^2 + By^4 + 2 Bx^2 Bz^2 + 2 By^2 Bz^2 + Bz^4 + 
   2 Bx^2 Ex^2 - 2 By^2 Ex^2 - 2 Bz^2 Ex^2 + Ex^4 + 8 Bx By Ex Ey - 
   2 Bx^2 Ey^2 + 2 By^2 Ey^2 - 2 Bz^2 Ey^2 + 2 Ex^2 Ey^2 + Ey^4 + 
   8 Bx Bz Ex Ez + 8 By Bz Ey Ez - 2 Bx^2 Ez^2 - 2 By^2 Ez^2 + 
   2 Bz^2 Ez^2 + 2 Ex^2 Ez^2 + 2 Ey^2 Ez^2 + Ez^4 - 2 Bx^2 V0^2 - 
   2 By^2 V0^2 - 2 Bz^2 V0^2 - 2 Ex^2 V0^2 - 2 Ey^2 V0^2 - 
   2 Ez^2 V0^2 + V0^4 + 8 Bz Ey V0 V1 - 8 By Ez V0 V1 + 2 Bx^2 V1^2 - 
   2 By^2 V1^2 - 2 Bz^2 V1^2 + 2 Ex^2 V1^2 - 2 Ey^2 V1^2 - 
   2 Ez^2 V1^2 - 2 V0^2 V1^2 + V1^4 - 8 Bz Ex V0 V2 + 8 Bx Ez V0 V2 + 
   8 Bx By V1 V2 + 8 Ex Ey V1 V2 - 2 Bx^2 V2^2 + 2 By^2 V2^2 - 
   2 Bz^2 V2^2 - 2 Ex^2 V2^2 + 2 Ey^2 V2^2 - 2 Ez^2 V2^2 - 
   2 V0^2 V2^2 + 2 V1^2 V2^2 + V2^4 + 8 By Ex V0 V3 - 8 Bx Ey V0 V3 + 
   8 Bx Bz V1 V3 + 8 Ex Ez V1 V3 + 8 By Bz V2 V3 + 8 Ey Ez V2 V3 - 
   2 Bx^2 V3^2 - 2 By^2 V3^2 + 2 Bz^2 V3^2 - 2 Ex^2 V3^2 - 
   2 Ey^2 V3^2 + 2 Ez^2 V3^2 - 2 V0^2 V3^2 + 2 V1^2 V3^2 + 
   2 V2^2 V3^2 + V3^4 + 2 Bx^2 X0^2 + 2 By^2 X0^2 + 2 Bz^2 X0^2 + 
   2 Ex^2 X0^2 + 2 Ey^2 X0^2 + 2 Ez^2 X0^2 - 2 V0^2 X0^2 - 
   2 V1^2 X0^2 - 2 V2^2 X0^2 - 2 V3^2 X0^2 + X0^4 - 8 Bz Ey X0 X1 + 
   8 By Ez X0 X1 + 8 V0 V1 X0 X1 - 2 Bx^2 X1^2 + 2 By^2 X1^2 + 
   2 Bz^2 X1^2 - 2 Ex^2 X1^2 + 2 Ey^2 X1^2 + 2 Ez^2 X1^2 - 
   2 V0^2 X1^2 - 2 V1^2 X1^2 + 2 V2^2 X1^2 + 2 V3^2 X1^2 - 
   2 X0^2 X1^2 + X1^4 + 8 Bz Ex X0 X2 - 8 Bx Ez X0 X2 + 
   8 V0 V2 X0 X2 - 8 Bx By X1 X2 - 8 Ex Ey X1 X2 - 8 V1 V2 X1 X2 + 
   2 Bx^2 X2^2 - 2 By^2 X2^2 + 2 Bz^2 X2^2 + 2 Ex^2 X2^2 - 
   2 Ey^2 X2^2 + 2 Ez^2 X2^2 - 2 V0^2 X2^2 + 2 V1^2 X2^2 - 
   2 V2^2 X2^2 + 2 V3^2 X2^2 - 2 X0^2 X2^2 + 2 X1^2 X2^2 + X2^4 - 
   8 By Ex X0 X3 + 8 Bx Ey X0 X3 + 8 V0 V3 X0 X3 - 8 Bx Bz X1 X3 - 
   8 Ex Ez X1 X3 - 8 V1 V3 X1 X3 - 8 By Bz X2 X3 - 8 Ey Ez X2 X3 - 
   8 V2 V3 X2 X3 + 2 Bx^2 X3^2 + 2 By^2 X3^2 - 2 Bz^2 X3^2 + 
   2 Ex^2 X3^2 + 2 Ey^2 X3^2 - 2 Ez^2 X3^2 - 2 V0^2 X3^2 + 
   2 V1^2 X3^2 + 2 V2^2 X3^2 - 2 V3^2 X3^2 - 2 X0^2 X3^2 + 
   2 X1^2 X3^2 + 2 X2^2 X3^2 + 
   X3^4 + (-8 I Bx V1 X0 - 8 I By V2 X0 - 8 I Bz V3 X0 + 
      8 I Bx V0 X1 - 8 I Ez V2 X1 + 8 I Ey V3 X1 + 8 I By V0 X2 + 
      8 I Ez V1 X2 - 8 I Ex V3 X2 + 8 I Bz V0 X3 - 8 I Ey V1 X3 + 
      8 I Ex V2 X3) #1 + (2 Bx^2 + 2 By^2 + 2 Bz^2 - 2 Ex^2 - 
      2 Ey^2 - 2 Ez^2 + 2 V0^2 - 2 V1^2 - 2 V2^2 - 2 V3^2 - 2 X0^2 + 
      2 X1^2 + 2 X2^2 + 2 X3^2) #1^2 + #1^4 &, 1)

Looking for a backup solution for a large forum

I have been with a webhost for many years that supposedly have hourly backups, offsite, etc. They took over, and I assumed they were still making backup copies. The other day I received assistance on how I downloaded my own external backup and was told that they had no backup copies of my great forum. I was shocked! Then they said they would charge me if I wanted to set up a backup system, even though their site said they had free backups.

Anyway, where I am now is that I need to get some external backups. I intend to change the hosts and then use my external backups (or in the cloud?) To move the data to the new host.

My MySQL database is approximately 17 GB. I also have other much smaller sites that I would like to transfer, but really the big problem is my big forum.

With my current host, I have WHM / CPanel.

Any idea where it should start? I know very little about all this support and options, but suddenly I realize that I was at great risk all this time.

Thanks for any help.

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