Month: May 2021

matpotlib

Python Matplotlib Tip: Overlapping Curves and Multiple Axes

In STEM fields it is often required to communicate ideas using graphs or infographics. Many times the dimensionality of data will be higher and require clever hacks to represent so that the reader gets the idea quickly. There have been systematic studies on how to do data visualization effectively. For data scientists or machine learning …

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Open Research In Machine Learning

The culture and growth of scientific research in various domains are interesting to observe. For many decades traditional scientific research has been accessible or done in academia or research institutes. Each decade or century witnessed various sciences rising to the limelight. Once it was physical sciences, then it was biological science, the age of computers, …

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Spin Transfer Torque based Magnetic RAM: A stable promise to denser and faster memory

Dream for a computer storage device which performs as fast as static RAM (SRAM), delivers the cost effectiveness of dynamic RAM (DRAM), promises the non-volatility of flash memory, combined with added benefits of longevity, denser storage, durability and stability. Let’s discuss whether spin transfer torque based Random access Memory (STT-RAM) devices can help to realize …

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Active Learning with Uncertainty Sampling from Scratch

Introduction Availability of mass quantities of digital data and feasible computing power brought to the creation of learning algorithms. These learning algorithms have been benchmarked to perform specialized tasks such as classification, object detection, image segmentation, etc. The key assumption here is on data that is supposed to be free from human biases. Active learning …

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