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Each module in the sequence is sometimes referred to as timesteps based on their position in the sequence. The RNN processes a sequence of input vectors (x 1 ,x 2 ,x 3 , …,x T ), with each vector being input into the RNN model at its corresponding timestep or position in the sequence. The RNN has a multidimensional hidden state, which summarizes task-relevant information from the entire history and is updated at each timestep as well.
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Clickstream Data

Online retailers routinely use clickstream data to predict online customer behavior. These retailers observe the clickstream data from a panel of customers and use the history of customers' browsing behavior to make predictions about browsing behaviors, purchasing propensities, or consumer interests. Marketing academics have leveraged the clickstream data of a single website to model the evolution of website-visit behavior (Moe & Fader, 2004a) and purchase-conversion behavior (Moe & Fader, 2004b).

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How do you check the login tokens for all running jupyter notebook instances?

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The algorithms generate predictive scores for each customer based on [...] features. These scores allow the company to predict individual customer satisfaction and value outcomes such as revenue, loyalty, and cost to serve. More broadly, they allow CX leaders to assess the ROI for particular CX investments and directly tie CX initiatives to business outcomes
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The algorithms generate predictive scores for each customer based on journey features. These scores allow the company to predict individual customer satisfaction and value outcomes such as revenue, loyalty, and cost to serve. More broadly, they allow CX leaders

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There are examples of authors that used 274 features to predict customer behaviors in a non-contractual setting. One of the authors, who has extensive industry experience, has built predictive models with 600 features and more. Feature engineering is not only a time- consuming process, it is also error-prone, complex, and highly dependent on the analyst's domain knowledge (or, sometimes, lack thereof). On the other hand, LSTM neural networks rely on [...] unsummarized data to predict customer behaviors and can be scaled easily to very complex settings involving multiple streams of data
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a time- consuming process, it is also error-prone, complex, and highly dependent on the analyst's domain knowledge (or, sometimes, lack thereof). On the other hand, LSTM neural networks rely on <span>raw unsummarized data to predict customer behaviors and can be scaled easily to very complex settings involving multiple streams of data <span>

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the 4 different types of sequence prediction problems: 1. Sequence [...]. 2. Sequence Classification. 3. Sequence Generation. 4. Sequence-to-Sequence Prediction
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精神分析的那些事|全能自恋:为什么我们会固着在自己的“全能自恋”中
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全能自恋,也被称为“全能感”,是每个人在婴儿早期都具备的心理,也是人类最原始的心理,即,婴儿觉得我是无所不能的(我是神),我一动念头(要么是在命令自己,要么是在命令这个世界),和我完全浑然一体的世界其实是妈妈或其他养育者,就会按照我的意愿来运转(世界就能够完美的回应我,满足我)。而抚养者不能给予婴儿的及时回应,或者忽视拒绝婴儿的声音时,婴儿就产生自恋性暴怒,恨不得毁了这个世界。 这种现象,在心理学上被称作“巨婴心理”,也有人叫它“全能自恋”。 全能自恋有四个阶段的变化: 第一个阶段:全能自恋,我觉得我像神一样,一发出号令,立即得到积极的回应,我们把这个称为“全能神”; 第二个阶段:全能暴怒(也叫“自恋型暴怒),当我发出一个愿望,哪怕这个愿望虽然很小,但是这个世界或者别人或者我期待的对象或者我自己没有满足我的这个全能神的渴求,我就立马产生一种暴怒,在暴怒的时候恨不得毁掉对方,恨不得摧毁掉自己的执行者 ,甚至严重的时候恨不得摧毁掉全世界;—理论来源:美国自体心理创始人科胡特的理论 第三个阶段:彻底无助,你既不能做全能的”神“,又不能给做全能的“魔”,这个时候就会感觉到自己僵在那里了动弹不得,就会发现自己好像完全的有气无力,身体就像是失去了所有的功能一样(例如、失恋、失去工作、或者受到了某种打击,你会发现你有段时间完全是动弹不得,有气无力,就像觉得自己是被杀死了,其实这个时候我们可以把它理解为挫败也就是全能的暴怒把你打倒了); 第四个阶段:被害妄想,总是会觉得是有一个人害了你导致了你的这些不幸!为什么叫做“被害妄想”?因为很多时候他不是真实的。 ---背景/来源--- 巨婴,指巨大的婴儿,即心理滞留在婴儿水平的成年人。巨婴一词由巨婴心理发展而来,成年巨婴心理其实是一种心理病态,是由于在幼儿阶段缺乏正确照顾而导致的心理缺失。 出生至6个月大的婴儿都处于“全能自恋”状态,即认为所有事情都能够实现、所有需要都能被满足。 但若这些需要无法得到监护者的准确照顾,婴儿会产生强烈的无助感,并会演化成一种心理缺失,从而致使其在今后的生活中再次追求回到“全能自恋”的状态。成年人的全能自恋非常有杀伤力,可能导致一个人将其他人和万物都当做自己的棋子来对待,而不能较好地尊重对方 --- 案



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Each module in the sequence is sometimes referred to as timesteps based on their position in the sequence. The RNN processes a sequence of [...] (x 1 ,x 2 ,x 3 , …,x T ), with each vector being input into the RNN model at its corresponding timestep or position in the sequence. The RNN has a multidimensional hidden state, which summarizes task-relevant information from the entire history and is updated at each timestep as well.
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Each module in the sequence is sometimes referred to as timesteps based on their position in the sequence. The RNN processes a sequence of input vectors (x 1 ,x 2 ,x 3 , …,x T ), with each vector being input into the RNN model at its corresponding timestep or position in the sequence. The RNN has a multidimensional hidden state, which s

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有些人宁可去死,也不愿直面“全能自恋感”的幻灭
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有些人宁可去死,也不愿直面“全能自恋感”的幻灭 猪八戒 尊重自己、尊重他人 ​ 关注 40 人赞同了该文章 最近看新闻报道,11月28日,自由摄影师鹿某自杀身亡,年仅25岁。他留下遗书:“这么多年里,我告诉自己要坚强,要勇敢,可是我终究不是钢铁之身,我那些经历即使长大不用面对,却依然化为一个又一个的噩梦缠绕着我,被霸凌,被逼婚,逼事业……”从他留下的遗书来看,死者可能是受不了过往人生遭际及当前生活挫折之类,渴望解脱才走上了不归路。佛家劝解世人,要“诸恶莫作、众善奉行”,杀人是诸恶业中最重的一种,而自杀当然也属杀人范畴。不管出于何种理由,年纪轻轻就走上自戕这条路,只能说是一种逃避人生、幼稚自恋的表现。有些人宁可“活活找死”,也不愿再面对真实人生磨难与挑战。 毋庸讳言,世事维艰、成年人的生活本来就不容易,而刚出生的幼儿则通常活得开心自在、无忧无虑,饿了困了都有妈妈提供无微不至的照顾关怀,小孩子在心理层面会以为自己就像全能之神一样,只要心想就能事成,它深深陶醉在这种全能自恋的美好幻觉中无法自拔。随着小孩子慢慢长大,一般都会顺其自然走出这种幼儿幼稚心理,认识到自己并非法力无边的全能神,而是能力有限的普通人,世界不会围着自己转,相反自己多数时候则必须顺随人生规律及他人要求,围着世界转。 但可能还是有些人实在太迷恋幼儿时期的“呼风唤雨、自由自在”的全能自恋幻觉,缺乏足够勇气和能力去面对真实人生挑战,此时必然会因残酷客观现实与幼稚自恋心理之间的巨大差异,而导致剧烈的心理冲突。 解决办法之一是“以光鲜亮丽的人生赢家自居”,说白了就是所谓的阿Q精神胜利法,认为自己之所以反复遭受生活的毒打,完全是因为自己是“生活的亲爹”。表现在日常层面,就是用各种手段把自我层层粉饰起来,晒美照、晒美食、晒恋情、晒娃、晒钱、晒亲爹,沉溺于心理舒适区,远离一切挑自己毛病、不给自己点赞的人与事,生活的核心主题只有一个,那就是自嗨、自嗨、反复自嗨。 解决办法之二则是以所谓的“人生受害者”自居,觉得世道浇漓、人心不古、自己怀才不遇、命途多舛,反正生活中一切的不如意、不舒服、不痛快都是外界环境及他人造成的,自己完全无责任,自己只是一个可怜的人生受害者而已。 日本学者、阿德勒心理学研究专家岸见一郎先生在《可怜的我、可恨的你》一书中指出,我们很多人面对人生的态度归结起来就是一个三棱镜,其



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如何从全能自恋到健康自恋?
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欢迎来到一百挑战 一起在学习中寻找自己的幸福 上周说完心理健康的标准,是 “自信+热情” ,也是说:有善意的能量和活力在客体和自体间流动。 有了上周内容的铺垫,这周起,我们开始学人类的三大动力:自恋、攻击性和性,其中这周学 “自恋” ,关于自恋,在前面的内容,已经有所涉猎,而这周主要学全能自恋。 关于自恋,我们首先可以知道一句话:我们需要从满满的自恋出发,在走出自恋的过程,发现你和我都是好的。 为什么要记住这句话呢? 自恋虽为动力,却如剑般,有两面性,我们要发展的是 “健康自恋” 。因此,我学完这周的内容,最想分享就是:如何从全能自恋到健康自恋? 或许说到这里,有些读者还不知道,何为自恋? 老师说,自恋有两种表现: 我是对的 我比你强 我们在生活中所遇到的自恋表现,基本都是这两种其中一种,或者两种组合起来。比如,我初中的时候,喜欢和别人辩论,而且一股 “非赢不可” 的精神,特别是对方和我的观点不一致时,我会极力证明我是对的。一旦别人示弱了,我的自恋就会得到进一步满足,因为我赢了,因此有种 “我比你强” 的感觉。 不过可惜,后来我发现这种自恋并不持久,一旦遭到挫折,就会退缩,而且自恋的能量,波及范围,也只在朋友之中。所谓全能自恋,就如我初中的时候,很多事情,总会想着按自己的想法去运行,可能当时我的生活圈子不大,很多事情也满足我的自恋。 但如果当自恋得不到满足时,就会往不健康的方向前进。后来,到了高中,圈子变大了,发现自己很多事情没有做得那么好了,有段时间我就挺挫败的。 这就引出我们应该发展健康自恋,其中两点好处: 第一,更好和他人相处。我们都是活在关系之中,生活中难免要在人前表现,健康的自恋可带来自信、热情。常见的人前表现,比如演讲,更常见,比如认识新朋友,总得做个自我介绍吧!有健康的自恋,会让我们表现得更大方,更自然,也会让对方感觉到舒适。



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怎么改变纠结、犹豫、不自信的性格?
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的性格可能只是你对环境的一种适应。 没人是只能用“外向”或“内向”这种性格概括的, 楼主对于自身困境的关注没有错但,是分析问题的切入点需要更新。 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 我带楼主穿越到小时候: 对于小孩子而言,他有三件事情需要成长的过程中逐渐学会:依赖、自信和自主。 如果父母或对于小孩子而言的“权威”以“依赖”为要挟,让小孩子放弃“自主”,那么小孩子将来就会非常没有“自信”。 举个例子: 比如“权威”会这么和你说话: 干**事(玩游戏/出去玩)就是***(不对/不孝/不好)。 像不像一个命令或口号? 这是直接对你的行为进行“控制”和“评价”。对于孩子而言,这种方法是见效最快的,所以很多家长热衷采用。 原因在于,从进化心理学的角度说,小孩子对于“依赖”的优先程度要远远大于其他两种,在远古时期,失去“依赖”的小孩子只有死路一条。所以小孩子先天地会放弃自己的“自主”来赢得“权威”的爱护。委屈自己,服从别人。很多“乖”小孩就是这么来的。 但同时“权威”往往对于你自身的发展问题一知半解,只提供形而上学的引导。比如学习不好,就是骂你没努力,而不是帮助你疏导情绪,启发你找到自己的问题所在。相反,对于惩罚你的错误行为很上心,这使得你一直处于一种“怕犯错的焦虑中。” 同时,学会了“习得性无助”,对自己面临的困境素手无策。 于是楼主形成了:以结果为导向的,以外在评价为基础的“固定心态完美主义”的“心智模式”。 这种模式非常根深蒂固,是由“权威”+“强烈情绪体验”+“重复”来灌输到楼主脑中。 为什么是“固定”? 因为楼主认为自己“是个什么”很重要,因为从来的评价都是来自外部的。 你是个好孩子/是个坏孩子/是个聪明孩子..等等,这些非常笼统的评价,使得楼主对于细节上的“错误”非常在意,因为一旦有细节上的“



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(in philosophy and cosmology) involving or concerning the existence of human life, especially as a constraint on theories of the universe.

of or relating to human beings or the period of their existence on earth


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North American a formal charge or accusation of a serious crime.

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naturalism, in philosophy, a theory that relates scientific method to philosophy by affirming that all beings and events in the universe (whatever their inherent character may be) are natural. Consequently, all knowledge of the universe falls within the pale of scientific investigation.
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naturalism, in philosophy, a theory that relates scientific method to philosophy by affirming that all beings and events in the universe (whatever their inherent character may be) are natural. Consequently, all knowledge of the universe falls within the pale of scientific investigation.

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prerogative right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class.
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prerogative / prɪˈrɒɡətɪv / Learn to pronounce See definitions in: all law politics noun noun : prerogative ; plural noun : prerogatives a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class.

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right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class.

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explicit results Languages English Advanced search Appearance Light theme Dark theme Device default Support Search help Search Results Dictionary Definitions from Oxford Languages · Learn more <span>prerogative /prɪˈrɒɡətɪv/ Learn to pronounce See definitions in: all law politics noun noun: prerogative; plural noun: prerogatives a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class. "in some countries, higher education is predominantly the prerogative of the rich" h Similar: entitlement right privilege advantage due birthright liberty authority authorization power







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explicit results Languages English Advanced search Appearance Light theme Dark theme Device default Support Search help Search Results Dictionary Definitions from Oxford Languages · Learn more <span>prerogative /prɪˈrɒɡətɪv/ Learn to pronounce See definitions in: all law politics noun noun: prerogative; plural noun: prerogatives a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class. "in some countries, higher education is predominantly the prerogative of the rich" h Similar: entitlement right privilege advantage due birthright liberty authority authorization power







laissez-faire, (French: “allow to do”) policy of minimum governmental interference in the economic affairs of individuals and society. The origin of the term is uncertain, but folklore suggests that it is derived from the answer Jean-Baptiste Colbert, comptroller general of finance under King Louis XIV of France, received when he asked industrialists what the government could do to help business: “Leave us alone.” The doctrine of laissez-faire is usually associated with the economists known as Physiocrats, who flourished in France from about 1756 to 1778. The policy of laissez-faire received strong support in classical economics as it developed in
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he adoption of mass-production techniques demonstrated that the laissez-faire doctrine was insufficient as a guiding philosophy. It yielded to Keynesian economics during the early 20th century. <span>laissez-faire, (French: “allow to do”) policy of minimum governmental interference in the economic affairs of individuals and society. The origin of the term is uncertain, but folklore suggests that it is derived from the answer Jean-Baptiste Colbert, comptroller general of finance under King Louis XIV of France, received when he asked industrialists what the government could do to help business: “Leave us alone.” The doctrine of laissez-faire is usually associated with the economists known as Physiocrats, who flourished in France from about 1756 to 1778. The policy of laissez-faire received strong support in classical economics as it developed in Great Britain under the influence of the philosopher and economist Adam Smith. (Read Milton Friedman’s Britannica entry on money.) More From Britannica industrial relations: Laissez-fai




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he adoption of mass-production techniques demonstrated that the laissez-faire doctrine was insufficient as a guiding philosophy. It yielded to Keynesian economics during the early 20th century. <span>laissez-faire, (French: “allow to do”) policy of minimum governmental interference in the economic affairs of individuals and society. The origin of the term is uncertain, but folklore suggests that it is derived from the answer Jean-Baptiste Colbert, comptroller general of finance under King Louis XIV of France, received when he asked industrialists what the government could do to help business: “Leave us alone.” The doctrine of laissez-faire is usually associated with the economists known as Physiocrats, who flourished in France from about 1756 to 1778. The policy of laissez-faire received strong support in classical economics as it developed in Great Britain under the influence of the philosopher and economist Adam Smith. (Read Milton Friedman’s Britannica entry on money.) More From Britannica industrial relations: Laissez-fai







exaltation

a feeling or state of extreme happiness.

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reverence

deep respect for someone or something.

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ennoble

give (someone) a noble rank or title.

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abase

behave in a way that belittles or degrades (someone).

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referent

the thing in the world that a word or phrase denotes or stands for.

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mysticism

belief that union with or absorption into the Deity or the absolute, or the spiritual apprehension of knowledge inaccessible to the intellect , may be attained through contemplation and self-surrender .

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emancipate

set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions.

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collectivism / kəˈlɛktɪvɪz(ə)m / Learn to pronounce noun noun : collectivism
  1. the practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it.
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the practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it.

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Immolation

Death by burning

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tenet

a principle or belief, especially one of the main principles of a religion or philosophy.

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The Parthenon is a resplendent marble temple built between 447 and 432 B.C. during the height of the ancient Greek Empire. Dedicated to the Greek goddess Athena, the Parthenon sits high atop a compound of temples known as the Acropolis of Athens
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ns, Greece · Near the old Acropolis Museum · +30 21 0321 4172 Open 24 hours Iconic 5th BC Athenian temple ruins Website Directions People also ask What is the Parthenon and why is it important? <span>The Parthenon is a resplendent marble temple built between 447 and 432 B.C. during the height of the ancient Greek Empire. Dedicated to the Greek goddess Athena, the Parthenon sits high atop a compound of temples known as the Acropolis of Athens.2 Feb 2018 Parthenon: Definition, Facts, Athens & Greece - HISTORY https://www.history.com › topics › ancient-greece › par... https://www.history.com › topics › ancient-greece › par




solemnly

in a formal and dignified manner.

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in a [...] manner.

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formal and dignified

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