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comment Online compilers and repls - not one big security hole?
Great info! Compiling to javascript (for client evaluation) or evaluating a limited custom embedded language would probably cover for most of the cases I have in mind. So sandboxing might not be necessary then? I'm thinking about running experiments (if and when I believe that I have confidence in doing so) in a limited host environment, such as an account at almostfreespeech. In such environment I would guess that my options for sandboxing, if needed, would be limited. More in added description
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comment Online compilers and repls - not one big security hole?
So, @JimmyHoffa. Your standpoint is; 'don't go there, it's full of snakes'?
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revised Online compilers and repls - not one big security hole?
A bit more concrete questions, although perhaps still to wide.
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comment Turning n-dim points into m-dim where m<n and where point-to-point distance deviation is minimized
Hmm, I'm beginning to find some leads now: people.ku.edu/~gbohling/EECS833/DimClust.pdf And: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimension_reduction
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