Dre.vanderbilt.edu

Patterns of Learning

Patterns of Learning. When people begin to learn to play chess they first learn all the rules and physical requirements of the game. They learn the names of all the pieces, the way that pieces move move and capture, and the geometry and orientation of the board. At this point, people can play chess, although they will probably not a very good

Actived: 8 days ago

URL: http://www.dre.vanderbilt.edu/~schmidt/cs282/learning.html

Overview of C++: Strategies for Learning C++

Strategies for Learning C++ •C++ is a big language with a long history, so it’simportant to learn it smartly! 1. Focus on core concepts & design & programming techniques 2. Learn C++ to become a better software developer 3. Learn & apply software patterns & idioms 4. Learn C++ gradually •Don’t have to know every detail of

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Overview of Design Patterns in C++

Learning Objectives in this Lesson We’ll just focus on the Expression_Treeexample, but feel free to clone or download the entire repo! •Know what topics we’ll cover •Be aware of other digital learning resources •Be able to locate examples of the C++ case study app

Category:  Study,  Learn Go Learning

Introduction to Java Atomic Classes & Operations

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Understand how Java atomic classes & operations provide concurrent programs with lock-free, thread-safe mechanisms to read from & write to single variables •Note a human known use of atomic operations. 4 Overview of Java Atomic Classes. 5

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Frameworks: Why They Are Important and How to …

til the learning curve has flattened, which often occurs on the second and successive projects that use the framework. Since application developers can take 6-9 months to become highly productivewith frameworkson their own, hands-onmentoring and training courses can help developers master a new frame-work more quickly and effectively.

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Background on Concurrency & Parallelism in Java …

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Understand the meaning of the terms concurrency & parallelism join join join join Sub-Task 1.1 Sub-Task 1.2 Sub-Task 2.1 Sub-Task 2.2 fork fork fork fork join join join Sub-Task 1 Sub-Task 2 fork fork Task

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Overview of Atomic Operations

Learning Objectives in this Lesson • Understand what atomic operations are • Recognize key concepts associated with atomic operations in Java. 4. Overview of Atomic Operations. 5 Overview of Atomic Operations • Atomic operations ensure changes to a field are always consistent & visible

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Overview of Advanced Java 8 CompletableFuture …

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Understand advanced features of completable futures, e.g. •Factory methods that initiate async functionality •Completion stage methods used to chain together actions that perform async result processing & composition Exception methods Completion stage methods Factory Arbitrary-arity methods

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Evaluating the Pros & Cons of the Java Executor …

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Recognize the simple/single feature provided by the Java Executor interface • Understand various implementation choices for the Executor interface • Learn how to program a simple “prime checker” app using the Java Executor interface & a fixed-sized thread pool implementation

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Implementing Java AtomicBoolean

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Understand how Java atomic classes & operations provide concurrent programs with lock-free, thread-safe mechanisms to read from & write to single variables •Note a human known use of atomic operations •Know how Java atomic operations are implemented & applied •Recognize how Java atomics

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Overview of the Expression Tree Processing App Case Study …

Learning Objectives in This Lesson •Understand the goals of the object-oriented (OO) expression tree case study. •Recognize the key behavioral & structural properties in the expression tree domain. •Evaluate the functional & non-functional requirements of the case study. •Put all the pieces together.

Category:  Study,  Learn Go Learning

Java Semaphore: Introduction

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Module •Understand the concept of semaphores •Be aware of the two types of semaphores •Note a human-known use of semaphores . 5 Introduction to Semaphores. 6 Introduction to Semaphores •A semaphore is conceptually an “object”

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Reactive Programming & Java Completable Futures

Learning Objectives in this Lesson •Understand the relationship between reactive programming & Java completable futures. 3 Overview of Reactive Programming. 4 •Reactive programming is an asynchronous programming paradigm concerned with processing data streams & propagation of …

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Applying Machine Learning Methods to Predict Hand Hygiene …

employed machine learning (ML) classification algorithms Fig. 1. Entry and Exit Compliance Classification Results Using All Features in the Dataset from the Weka [4] and Deeplearning4J (DL4J) [5] libraries, as follows: 1) Random Forest (RF) with 1 random seed and 100 iterations 2) Sequential Minimal Optimization (SMO) implementa-

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Introduction to the Java Executor Interface

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Recognize the single simple feature provided by the Java Executor interface. 3. Overview of the Java Executor Interface. 4 • Provides a method to submit new tasks for execution Overview of the Java Executor Interface

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Evolution of Programming Abstraction Mechanisms: C-style …

Overview of Douglas C. Schmidt 2 Learning Objectives in This Part of the Lesson •The rest of this overview examines several alterative methods of

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Overview of the Java ThreadPoolExecutor

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Recognize the powerful features defined in the Java ExecutorService interface • Understand other interfaces related to ExecutorService • Know the key methods provided by ExecutorService • Be aware of how ThreadPoolExecutor implements ExecutorService • Focusing on how to customize

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Structure & Functionality of Java ReentrantLock

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Understand the concept of mutual exclusion in concurrent programs • Note a human-known use of mutual exclusion • Recognize the structure & functionality of Java ReentrantLock. 3. Overview of ReentrantLock. See .

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Overview of Basic Java 8 CompletableFuture Features (Part 2)

11 Applying Basic Completable Future Features CompletableFuture<BigFraction> future = new CompletableFuture<>(); new Thread (() -> {BigFraction bf1 =

Category:  Learning Go Learning

The Java Executor Framework: The Java Executors Class

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Understand the purpose of the Java executor framework • Recognize the features & benefits of thread pools • Note a human known use of thread pools • Know the Java Executor framework thread pools • Learn the key interfaces the framework provides • Appreciate the factory methods

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Introduction to Safe Publication in Java

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Understand what “safe publication” means in the context of Java objects running in concurrent programs. 3. Overview of Safe Publication in Java. 4 • A Java object that’s shared across threads must meet several criteria

Category:  Learn Go Learning

ARawNet: A Lightweight Solution for Leveraging Raw …

(ASV) [6]. Directly learning features from raw waveforms grants greater flexibility in handling unknown tasks and, thus, overcomes some of the challenges of handcrafted features, which may lose signal energy needed by a specific task. Previous research indicates that representations learned from waveforms still have limitations on signal energy

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Java ReentrantLock Usage Considerations

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson • Understand the concept of mutual exclusion in concurrent programs • Note a human-known use of mutual exclusion • Recognize the structure & functionality of Java ReentrantLock • Be aware of reentrant mutex semantics • Know the key methods defined by the Java ReentrantLock class

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Evaluating the applyAllSplitIndex() Java Fork-Join Framework

4 Implementing the Method applyAllSplitIndex() •Apply an ‘op’ to all list items by recursively splitting via fork-join method calls <T> List<T> applyAllSplitIndex(List<T> list,

Category:  Learning Go Learning

Java 8 Parallel ImageStreamGang Example (Part 3)

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Recognize the structure/functionality of the ImageStreamGang app •Know how Java 8 parallel streams are applied to the ImageStreamGang app •Understand the parallel streams implementation of ImageStreamGang •Be aware of the pros & cons of the parallel streams solution

Category:  Learn Go Learning

A Study of Machine Learning Models for Personalized Heart …

specific traditional machine learning models, and course/cyclist-specific neural networks on forecasting rider heart rate on a single ride of a course. These comparisons allowed us to investigate a number of important research questions and collect important lessons learned to guide future research, as discussed in this section.

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Types of Java Threads (Part 1)

2 •Understand how Java threads support concurrency •Learn how our case study app works •Know alternative ways of giving code to a thread •Learn how to pass parameters to

Category:  Study,  Learn Go Learning

The Java CompletableFuture ImageStream Gang Case Study

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Understand the design of the Java completable future version of ImageStreamGang •Know how to apply completable futures to ImageStreamGang, e.g. •Factory methods •Completion stage methods •Arbitrary-arity methods •Wrap the allOf() method to work with the Java streams framework

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Introduction to Java Threads

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson Process A Process B Process C Concurrentapps use multiple threads to simultaneously run computations that often interact with each other. 3 Introduction to Java Threads. 4 •Threads are the most basic way of obtaining concurrency in Java

Category:  Learn Go Learning

Evaluating the applyAllIter() Java Fork- Join Framework …

2 •Evaluate different fork-join framework programming models in practice •Evaluate the applyAllIter() method •This method uses “work-stealing”

Category:  Learning Go Learning

Comparing & Contrasting All the Java Fork- Join Framework …

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson. 3 Evaluating the Example Applications. 4 Evaluating the Example Applications •Each Java fork-join programming model has pros & cons. 5 Evaluating the Example Applications •Each Java fork-join programming model has pros & …

Category:  Learn Go Learning

FASTAUDIO: A LEARNABLE AUDIO FRONT-END FOR SPOOF …

learning. DNN-FBCC [12] explored some constraints over fil-ters by adopting a mask matrix. Zhang and Wu [13] described a detailed study on the shape and positiveness constraint’s ef-fect on the filterbanks. However, no systematic study has been done on constraining the filterbank shape in the STFT-based approach used for spoof speech

Category:  Study,  Learn Go Learning

Understand Java Parallel Streams Internals: Parallel Processing …

6 •A fork-join pool provides a high performance, fine-grained task execution framework for Java data parallelism •It provides a parallel computing engine for many higher-level frameworks

Category:  Learning Go Learning

The Java Monitor Object Synchronized Method Example

14 •Java synchronized methods protects critical sections from concurrent access class BusySynchronizedQueue<E> implements SimpleBlockingQueue<E> {private List<E> mList; private int mCapacity; public BusySynchronizedQueue(int capacity)

Category:  Learning Go Learning

Structure & Functionality of Java Phaser

17 •Instead, it defines a # of fields that implement a phaser •Primary state representation, holding four bit-fields: •Unarrived •the # of parties yet to

Category:  Learning Go Learning

Introduction to Java Monitor Objects

Learning Objectives in this Part of the Lesson •Understand what monitors are & know how Java built-in monitor objects can ensure mutual exclusion & coordination between threads •Note a human known use of monitors. File:Monitor (synchronization)-SU.png. 4. Overview of Monitors. 5

Category:  Learn Go Learning

The Java Executor Framework: Overview of Java Thread Pools

10 •The executor framework supports several types of thread pools out-of-the-box •Fixed-size pool •Reuses a fixed # of threads to amortize thread creation costs

Category:  Learning Go Learning