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comment Why should i write a commit message?
@iSid, user1249 beat you to that comment by 3.5 years.
Feb
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comment Selecting a point inside a non-convex polygon
That's why "triangulate" is the first step.
Feb
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answered Selecting a point inside a non-convex polygon
Feb
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comment Selecting a point inside a non-convex polygon
When you ask for a "better" approach, how are you weighting computational complexity vs distance from boundary?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Questions about God's algorithm and Rubik's cube
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comment Questions about God's algorithm and Rubik's cube
Nonsense. There's already a standard method which improves on breadth-first search in a permutation space: it's variously called meet-in-the-middle, bidirectional search, and probably one or two other names.
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered What's wrong with this approach to CSS?
Sep
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revised How to solve binary labeling with graph cut?
Emphasise the key point which justifies the summation
Sep
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comment How to solve binary labeling with graph cut?
@RifatRousseau, sum them. That's the sum in my "Putting it all together".
Sep
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revised How to solve binary labeling with graph cut?
We're minimising energy, not maximising it! That simplifies things
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answered How to solve binary labeling with graph cut?
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comment How to solve binary labeling with graph cut?
I've done some looking around, but no-one seems to have written a paper on this yet which actually defines their notation clearly. I believe that my edit correctly describes the energy function. I think I understand the graph reduction given in the presentation, but it seems to build a graph for which you need the min flow, not the max flow.
Sep
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revised How to solve binary labeling with graph cut?
Inline a clearer explanation of the problem, and link to the presentation from which the previous cryptic image was taken
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the size of a reference variable in java. Can it be calculated?
Aug
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comment Why is the Scala Option type not called Maybe, just as in Haskell?
Ocaml gets the name from SML. In a quick glance through Landin's The Next 700 Programming Languages I didn't notice an option type, so SML might be the origin of the name.
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