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Gradient Descent
Gradient Descent
Machine Learning is Applied Calculus
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 13
High Performance Computing is More Parallel Than Ever
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High Performance Computing is More Parallel Than Ever
The end of Moore’s Law and the explosion of machine learning is driving growth in parallel computing, so what is it?
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Dec 20, 2018
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Do VPNs Actually Protect Your Privacy?
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Do VPNs Actually Protect Your Privacy?
It depends on whose snooping…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Oct 19, 2018
Bezos Blackmailed, Facebook Turns 15, Schneier Shades Blockchain, and Lyft Sues New York City
Bezos Blackmailed, Facebook Turns 15, Schneier Shades Blockchain, and Lyft Sues New York City
Teb’s Weekly Tech Digest
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 8
Deep Neural Networks As Computational Graphs
Deep Neural Networks As Computational Graphs
DNNs Don’t Need To Be A Black Box
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Jun 22, 2018
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Russia Goes Offline, Amazon Buys Eero and Gives Up On Long Island City, and Trump Calls for Focus…
Russia Goes Offline, Amazon Buys Eero and Gives Up On Long Island City, and Trump Calls for Focus…
Teb’s Weekly Tech Digest
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 15
Implementations of Graphs
Implementations of Graphs
Any implementation of a graph needs a few essential features. These features comprise the minimal graph API that we’re going to implement…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
Breadth First Search and Depth First Search
Breadth First Search and Depth First Search
Finding the paths — and especially the shortest path — between two nodes is a well studied problem in graph theory. This is because paths…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
The Three Glass Riddle as a Graph
The Three Glass Riddle as a Graph
The solution to this problem involves a little bit of abstract thinking. When I use this problem in classrooms, a common first idea is to…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
Modeling Problems as Graphs
Modeling Problems as Graphs
For graph theory to be more than a pursuit in academic trivia — and it is much more than that — we must be able to take problems we wish…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
Types of Graphs
Types of Graphs
While nodes and edges may have any number of interesting properties and labels, some properties are more common than others. In particular…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
What Is A Graph
What Is A Graph
For those who have never heard of “graph theory,” the word graph probably already means something. In a corporate meeting someone might…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
Introduction to Graph Theory
Welcome to Teb’s Lab’s introduction to graph theory. What follows is an experimental educational project. It’s not quite a textbook, it’s…
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
Graph Theory Table Of Contents
Introduction to Graph Theory
Tyler Elliot Bettilyon
Feb 6
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