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Links 1 through 10 of 231 by Juan Manuel Caicedo tagged programming

Course repository for Applied Natural Language Processing, taught at UT Austin.

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Garlic.js allows you to automatically persist your forms' text field values locally, until the form is submitted. This way, your users don't lose any precious data if they accidentally close their tab or browser.

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The supporting material for lectures given at Twitter to teach Scala.

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An overview of external lesser known packages with fast C/C++ based data structures usable from Python. Includes bloom filters, specialized lists, tries and all sorts of trees.

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This package provides a (Conditional) Maximum Entropy Modeling Toolkit for Python and C++. The library is written in ISO C++ and it also provides a Python extension module.

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This writeup is my attempt to give a quick survey of various approaches for simulating a loaded die, ranging from simple techniques that are highly impractical to the very optimized and efficient alias method. My hope here is to capture different intuitions about the problem and how each highlights some new aspect of simulating loaded dice. For each approach, my goal is to explore the motivating idea, core algorithm, correctness proof, and runtime analysis (in terms of time, memory, and randomness required).

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A collection of best practices for writing programs in Scala.

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SimString is a simple library for fast approximate string retrieval. Approximate string retrieval finds strings in a database whose similarity with a query string is no smaller than a threshold. Finding not only identical but similar strings, approximate string retrieval has various applications including spelling correction, flexible dictionary matching, duplicate detection, and record linkage.

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An overview of the methods available for performing operations on Numpy arrays, such as creating, indexing and slicing them.

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A small and simple template language for Python, designed for the cases when string formatting and string.Template are not enough.

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