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Mainframe provides a decentralized network for surveillance-resistant and censorship-resistant applications. Mainframe is enabling decentralized app developers to create truly unstoppable applications.
How do you integrate WebAssembly into this setup? In this article we are going to work this out with C/C++ and Emscripten as an example.
Design continuums and the path toward self-designing key-value stores that know and learn Idreos et al., CIDR’19 We’ve seen systems that help to select the best data structure from a pre-defi…
Decision trees are the fundamental building block of gradient boosting machines and Random Forests(tm), probably the two most popular machine learning models for structured data. Visualizing decision trees is a tremendous aid when learning how these models work and when interpreting models. Unfortunately, current visualization packages are rudimentary and not immediately helpful to the novice. For example, we couldn’t find a library that visualizes how decision nodes split up the feature space. So, we’ve created a general package (part of the animl library) for scikit-learn decision tree visualization and model interpretation.
Source: How to visualize decision trees
An Observable notebook by Yaroslav Sergienko.
Background Lately I’ve been studying consensus algorithms to bolster my understanding of distributed systems. Consensus algorithms achieve agreement on data that is replicated across many nod…