I am trying to create sequences of number of 6 cases, but with 144 cases intervals. Like this one for example c(1:6, 144:149, 288:293) 1 2 3 4 5 6 144 145 146 147 148 149 288 289 290 291 292 293 How could I generate automatically such a sequence with
I have a large array where the values go monotonically up and down (no ties) in long sub-sequences (such sequences can be any number and of any arbitrarily large size, and of course > 2 terms). Example in small scale: 1 2 3 4 5 9 7 4 3 -2 -5 -7 3 5 3
I am trying to run a video on my website (self hosted). This video, made with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, consists of images and lasts 50s. I read that it must be in three different formats ogg, mp4 and webm to be seen in different browsers. Could you pl
I have a task where I need to find the lowest Collatz sequence that contains more than 65 prime numbers in Python. For example, the Collatz sequence for 19 is: 19, 58, 29, 88, 44, 22, 11, 34, 17, 52, 26, 13, 40, 20, 10, 5, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1 This sequenc
Below is mainly everything that is dependent authorname="samuel" bugid=1222 filename="mila.txt" conn = None; cursor = None; conn = pg8000.connect(database="postgres", user="postgres", password="root", host="localhost") cursor = conn.cursor() def crea
I wrote a function that returns the limit of a sequence if it exists. I would like to return a flag when the sequence doesn't converge (infinite limit). How can I define this flag? I can't choose a random value because there is a probability that thi
So I have been taught that probe sequences (h(k, 0), h(k, 1), ... , h(k,m - 1)) are meant to be a permutation (0, 1, ... ,m - 1), but how does one prove that? I was asked this question in an assignment but there isn't any notes that seem to help at a
I think this should be an AI problem. Is there any algorithm that, given any number sequence, can find patterns? And the patterns could be abstract as it can be... For example: 12112111211112 ... ( increasing number of 1's separated by 2 ) 1022033304
import numpy as np import re def validate(seq): stl = "".join(np.diff(seq).astype(str)) for x in re.findall("[1]+",stl): if len(x)>3: return False return True print validate([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 20]) print validate([1, 2
I have some list to browse but i whant to know if there is some touble in the browsing exemple : val feedChildrens = for { persone <- cities.getCitizens child <- personne.getChildrens } yield { child give cake child } feedChildens match { case
Given a string, your task is to print to the standard output (stdout) the total number of palindromic sequences in python. Example input: s: abaaac Example output: 10 --------------Solutions------------- Here's a tedious way of doing it. Iterate over
In Excel 2010, I have a list of Cities in Column A, list of Communities in Column B, and unique user-assigned codes for each Community in Column C. Because these codes are non-sequential (1011N, 1032B, etc) and have no logic to them, I wish to produc
I've got a sequence of Clojure maps that looks something like this: ({:date "2000-01-01" :value 123} {:date "2000-01-02" :value 487} ... {:date "2014-05-01" :value 17}) I want to build a function that will return a similarly-structured sequence of ma
I'm trying to display a random generated string on my page (php), but I have absolutely no idea how to do this. I only want the following letters and digits to be used: B C D F G H J K M P Q R T V W X Y Z 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 In the following format: XXXXX-
Hi All, Any help will be greatly appreciated! Ok I have two main buttons(called 1.ECG and 2.SP02) that when clicked on, it does an action sequence to fade in an image grouped with another "fade out" button(this button fades out the image and itself)
I wonder if it's possible to generate a sequence of prime numbers with just one lamda expression in event-b. This is what I have so far: @axm1 primeSet = {x∣ x ∈ 1‥100 ∧ ¬(∃y·y < x ∧ y > 1 ∧ x mod y = 0)} ∧ finite(primeSet) @axm2 primeSeq ∈ 1‥c
I am trying to retrieve the ID value of an inserted row using node.js' pg module. The query is: INSERT INTO "MySchema"."USER_ACCOUNT" ("LANG","NAME","EMAIL","EMAIL_CONF","STATUS","STATUS_UPDATE","CREATION","PREFERENCES") VALUES ($1,$2,$3,$4,$5,$6,$7,
Most of my databases use IDENTITY columns as primary keys. I am writing a change log/audit trail in the database and want to use the ID BIGINT to keep trap of the changes sequentially. While BIGINT is pretty big, it will run out of numbers one day an
How can i aproach this problem by induction? Suppose that you are given an algorithm as a black box you cannot see how it is designed it has the following properties: if you input any sequence of real numbers and an integer k, the algorithm will answ
e.g. Is it accurate to describe the folowing as a sequence of text nodes? ("foo", "bar", "baz") --------------Solutions------------- No, they aren't. Strings are not equal to text nodes, this is a sequence of strings. Text nodes are of type Node, whi