Find tokenized words in a given string,
Here’s to my solution to this problem. The entire solution is inspired by the two pointer technique.
Given the heads of two singly linked-lists
headB, return the node at which the two lists intersect. If the two linked lists have no intersection at all, return
For example, the following two linked lists begin to intersect at node
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One key advantage of the Go programming language is concurrency support out of the box through the use of GoRoutines. As you all know, GoRoutines can support parallelism support. However, parallelism is valuable in certain scenarios such as getting prediction from multiple machine learning models at the same time. Concurrency, in that case, would not be ideal.
Now the question is what does a simple parallelism pipeline look like? In this article, I will talk about an example on how we can achieve parallelism using GoRoutines.
Here are the components that form this example,
Whether you are doing machine learning NLP engineering and/or research, you may come across Named Entity Recongition (NER) topics. Some of you may be working on proof of concepts (PoCs) that involves integrating one of those open source NLP frameworks into an actual model inference platform.
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You may be a follow engineer/developer scratching your head on how to scale your machine learning micro services pipeline. You may have read an article on using a streamer device for parallelized pipeline messaging but do not know how to test the source code or extending to multiple services. This article extends on the knowledge and attempts to bridge the knowledge gaps.
Your intended machine learning micro services pipeline may involve multiple services that need to be scaled accordingly. This could consist of a service that produces data to multiple worker services in parallel. …
Battleship is an exciting game where the player will attempt to select locations where the ship is placed. The ship location is obviously hidden from the player. In this simple implementation of the game, the player will input the X and Y coordinates of the playing grid. Each time the player does not hit the hidden ship, an “X” will be displayed on the playing grid. …
I was first made aware of Coursera’s Guided Project when I received an email from them. Out of curiosity, I wanted to check them out, just to see if they can help with my learning. On their page, they cover projects on data science, business, and computer science in general. I was exploring through what they had to offer for data science and chanced upon “Named Entity Recognition using LSTMs in Keras” Guided Project. This will offer me two things, one is learn Named Entity Recognition and two is an experience in Guided Projects.
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