**algorithm**

GitHub - AtsushiSakai/PythonRobotics: Python sample codes for robotics algorithms.

23 hours ago by bezthomas

This is a Python code collection of robotics algorithms, especially for autonomous navigation.

Features:

Widely used and practical algorithms are selected.

Minimum dependency.

Easy to read for understanding each algorithm's basic idea.

github
algorithms
algorithm
robotics
python
navigation
Features:

Widely used and practical algorithms are selected.

Minimum dependency.

Easy to read for understanding each algorithm's basic idea.

23 hours ago by bezthomas

What is a zero-knowledge proof?

yesterday by lenciel

What are they, how do they work, and are they fast yet?

algorithm
cryptography
yesterday by lenciel

KieSun/InterviewMap: Build the best interview map. The current content includes JS, network, browser related, performance optimization, security, framework, Git, data structure, algorithm, etc.

interview-prep
interviews
data-structures
algorithm
algorithms

yesterday by jimthedev

Online version is clearer to read

yesterday by jimthedev

djbsort: Intro

yesterday by nwjsmith

> djbsort is a new software library for sorting arrays of integers. It provides the following features:

>

> * Speed: djbsort holds new speed records for in-memory sorting.

> * Security: djbsort is designed to be safe for cryptographic contexts.

> * Verification: djbsort includes tools to automatically verify correctness.

algorithm
opensource
performance
programming
djb
>

> * Speed: djbsort holds new speed records for in-memory sorting.

> * Security: djbsort is designed to be safe for cryptographic contexts.

> * Verification: djbsort includes tools to automatically verify correctness.

yesterday by nwjsmith

[1712.02662] Creating Capsule Wardrobes from Fashion Images

2 days ago by jimqiu

We propose to automatically create capsule wardrobes. Given an inventory of candidate garments and accessories, the algorithm must assemble a minimal set of items that provides maximal mix-and-match outfits. We pose the task as a subset selection problem. To permit efficient subset selection over the space of all outfit combinations, we develop submodular objective functions capturing the key ingredients of visual compatibility, versatility, and user-specific preference. Since adding garments to a capsule only expands its possible outfits, we devise an iterative approach to allow near-optimal submodular function maximization. Finally, we present an unsupervised approach to learn visual compatibility from "in the wild" full body outfit photos; the compatibility metric translates well to cleaner catalog photos and improves over existing methods. Our results on thousands of pieces from popular fashion websites show that automatic capsule creation has potential to mimic skilled fashionistas in assembling flexible wardrobes, while being significantly more scalable.

machineLearning
algorithm
fashion
imageim
2 days ago by jimqiu

Neil Fraser: Writing: Differential Synchronization

2 days ago by danielpi

Keeping two or more copies of the same document synchronized with each other in real-time is a complex challenge. This paper describes the differential synchronization algorithm. Differential synchronization offers scalability, fault-tolerance, and responsive collaborative editing across an unreliable network.

algorithm
algorithms
sync
document
2 days ago by danielpi

Neil Fraser: Writing: Differential Synchronization

2 days ago by dhotson

similar to OT operational transform

collaborative editor

algorithm
algorithms
collaborative editor

2 days ago by dhotson

What is a zero-knowledge proof? | Zero-Knowledge Proofs

3 days ago by euler

What is a zero-knowledge proof?

Zero Knowledge Proofs: An illustrated primer

What are zk-SNARKs?

“The Functionality of zk-SNARK” challenge set in “The Hunting of the SNARK”.

“Probabilistic Proof Systems” course notes

algorithm
cryptography
proof
Zero Knowledge Proofs: An illustrated primer

What are zk-SNARKs?

“The Functionality of zk-SNARK” challenge set in “The Hunting of the SNARK”.

“Probabilistic Proof Systems” course notes

3 days ago by euler