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#state-space-models
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state space models are Markov models with [...]
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latent variables


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Although such models are tractable, they are also severely limited. We can ob- tain a more general framework, while still retaining tractability, by the introduction of latent variables, leading to state space models.

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Flashcard 1803105209612

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#jaynes #plausible-reasoning
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A model does plausible reasoning by applying [...]
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quantitative versions of the weak syllogisms


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A model operates on incomplete information and, by applying quantitative versions of the above weak syllogisms, does plausible reasoning instead of deductive reasoning.

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Flashcard 1803451763980

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#jaynes #plausible-reasoning
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Plausible reasoning aims to develope [...] principless for inference
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general, consistent, and unambiguous

People refuse to adopt? giant cunts!


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Plausible reasoning aims to develope general, consistent, and unambiguous principless for inference

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Flashcard 1804387880204

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#shell
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Clears the Screen
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Cmd + K


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GitHub - 0nn0/terminal-mac-cheatsheet: List of my most used commands and shortcuts in the terminal for Mac
s being one exception Ctrl + E Go to the end of the line you are currently typing on. This also works for most text input fields system wide. Netbeans being one exception Ctrl + Q Clears everything on current line Ctrl + L Clears the Screen <span>Cmd + K Clears the Screen Ctrl + U Cut everything backwards to beginning of line Ctrl + K Cut everything forward to end of line Ctrl + W Cut one word backwards using white space as delimiter Ctrl + Y Paste whate







Flashcard 1804390239500

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#shell
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Cut one word backwards using white space as delimiter
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Ctrl + W


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GitHub - 0nn0/terminal-mac-cheatsheet: List of my most used commands and shortcuts in the terminal for Mac
s system wide. Netbeans being one exception Ctrl + Q Clears everything on current line Ctrl + L Clears the Screen Cmd + K Clears the Screen Ctrl + U Cut everything backwards to beginning of line Ctrl + K Cut everything forward to end of line <span>Ctrl + W Cut one word backwards using white space as delimiter Ctrl + Y Paste whatever was cut by the last cut command Ctrl + H Same as backspace Ctrl + C Kill whatever you are running Ctrl + D Exit the current shell when no process is running, or







Flashcard 1804392598796

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#shell
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Undo the last command.
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Ctrl + _

(Underscore. So it's actually Ctrl + Shift + minus)


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GitHub - 0nn0/terminal-mac-cheatsheet: List of my most used commands and shortcuts in the terminal for Mac
e as backspace Ctrl + C Kill whatever you are running Ctrl + D Exit the current shell when no process is running, or send EOF to a the running process Ctrl + Z Puts whatever you are running into a suspended background process. fg restores it. <span>Ctrl + _ Undo the last command. (Underscore. So it's actually Ctrl + Shift + minus) Ctrl + T Swap the last two characters before the cursor Ctrl + F Move cursor one character forward Ctrl + B Move cursor one character backward Option + → Move cursor one word forward Op







Flashcard 1804408589580

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#vim
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toggle case (Case => cASE
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~


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Vim cheatsheet
nition of Classname Jump to definition g] See all definitions Go back to last tag Back/forward :tselect Classname Find definitions of Classname :tjump Classname Find definitions of Classname (auto-select 1st) Case Shortcut Description <span>~ toggle case (Case => cASE) gU uppercase gu lowercase gUU uppercase current line (also gUgU ) guu lowercase current line (also gugu ) Do these in visual or normal mode. Marks Shortcut Description `^ Last







Flashcard 1804410948876

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#vim
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Select paragraph
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vip


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or [a]round Text object Text objects Shortcut Description p Paragraph w Word s Sentence [ ( { < A [], (), or {} block ' " ` A quoted string b A block [( B A block in [{ t A XML tag block Examples Shortcut Description <span>vip Select paragraph vipipipip Select more yip Yank inner paragraph yap Yank paragraph (including newline) dip Delete inner paragraph cip Change inner paragraph See Operators for other things you can do.







Flashcard 1804427988236

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Anatomy
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[default - edit me]


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Anatomy Articles (Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy, Natural Variants, Pathophysiologic Variants, Anatomic Structures) - Medscape Reference
close Please confirm that you would like to log out of Medscape. If you log out, you will be required to enter your username and password the next time you visit. Log out Cancel <span>Anatomy Articles Anal Canal Anatomy Ankle Joint Anatomy Aortic Valve Anatomy Arterial Supply Anatomy Arteries to the Brain and Meninges Auditory System Anatomy Autonomic Nervous System Ana







Understand the reason for testing

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Autonomic Nervous System Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Cardiac and Vascular Regulation
View Media Gallery The goal for this article remains focused at step III on the anatomy of the autonomic nervous system, as follows. Step I - <span>Understand the reason for testing Step II - Recognition and etiology (especially small fiber neuropathy [SFN]) Step III - Understand basic anatomy and




Flashcard 1804435328268

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rhinencephalon is also called what?
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smell-brain or olfactory brain is a part of the brain involved with smell (i.e. olfaction)


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Rhinencephalon - Wikipedia
rs Latin Rhinencephalon MeSH D066194 NeuroNames 2078 Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy [edit on Wikidata] In animal anatomy, the rhinencephalon (from the Greek, rhino = "nose", and enkephalon = "brain") also called the <span>smell-brain or olfactory brain is a part of the brain involved with smell (i.e. olfaction). It forms the paleocortex and is rudimentary in the human brain. Contents [hide] 1 Components 2 In different species 3 References 4 External links Components[edit] Th