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US under a Soviet Style System for many years now...

This interview was done back in 1985 with a former KGB agent who was trained in subversion techniques. He explains the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to. 20 more words

Centuryofchange

The Magic Of Normalization

Since quite some time, we study methods to learn the ‘essence’ of very sparse high-dimensional binary data. We tried auto-encoders, siamese networks, triplet embeddings, multi-label networks, rbms and cbow-based embedding schemes and any more. 285 more words

Codd's Normalization - 1NF,2NF and 3NF explained

Normalization can be defined as a systematic approach of organizing table and its columns in such a way to reduce redundancy and ensure data dependency by integrity constraints… 386 more words

Sql

DBMS: Normalization and Normal Forms

Author: Nitish

1. Normalization

Definition: Normalization is a systematic process applied on the relation to reduce the degree of redundancy from the database in such a way that it maintains… 1,182 more words

Computer Science Notes

Linear Regression with multiple Variables in Matlab

In the previous post I showed you how to implement Linear Regression with one Variable in Matlab.  In this one I’m going to discuss implementation with multiple variables. 256 more words

Data Science

Nasrallah slams Saudis for ‘normalization with Israel for free’

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah criticized Saudi Arabia on Thursday night for an apparent warming of ties with Israel, accusing it of “normalizing for free, without receiving anything in return.” 509 more words

Daily News

Online Learning With Batch Normalization

For systems where training examples are delivered as a stream, it is not straightforward to include batch normalization (BN) in the network architecture. Why? BN requires a reasonable number of training samples to estimate the mean and variance and with a single instance this is not really possible. 421 more words