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Question
In Linux, you have file, kevin.txt, how do you print out the lines on cmd terminal in reverse (last line first, first line last)?
Answer
tac kevin.txt
^^ note: tac is cat in reverse:)

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4. Basic Commands
B pieces. Its sister, csplit , can split files along specified lines of text within the file. The commands are seldom used on their own but are very useful within programs that manipulate text. <span>tac <filename> [<filename> ...] Writes the contents of all the files listed to the screen, reversing the order of the lines--that is, printing the last line of the file first. t







#deep_learning #foundations #initialization #lesso_9
Batch normalization (Ioffe & Szegedy (2015)), a technique that inserts layers into the the deep net that transform the output for the batch to be zero mean unit variance, has successfully facilitated training of the twenty-two layer GoogLeNet (Szegedy et al. (2015)). However, batch normalization adds a 30% computational overhead to each iteration.
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#deep_learning #foundations #initialization #lesso_9
Exact numbers vary from run to run, but in the most cases, batch normalization put after non-linearity performs better
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#deep_learning #foundations #initialization #lesso_9
LSUV procedure could be viewed as batch normalization of layer output done only before the start of training.
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#deep_learning #foundations #initialization #lesso_9
the LSUV-initialized GoogLeNet learns faster than hen then original one and shows better test accuracy all the time – see Figure 5. The final accuracy is 0.680 vs. 0.672 respectively
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