After the second version release of my research work which was named as Knit Engine [Ver. 0.2], I decided to keep up with monthly release to track and monitor the progress of the work. There will be small releases, however nothing made public as of yet. This release Version 0.3, saw the following changes: GUI… Continue reading Knit Engine [Ver. 0.3]
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Definition: a set of concepts and categories in a subject area or domain that shows their properties and the relations between them. As defined in whatis.com: In general, ontology is the study or concern about what kinds of things exist – what entities there are in the universe. It derives from the Greek onto (being)… Continue reading Ontology
Apprehending the web known so far, we have quite a few challenges in hand. With new technologies and tools being added to the web, they largely call for something to unify everything under a single umbrella. We have been inventing things to put everything together but in the process we have been diverging and getting… Continue reading The Web for Tomorrow
When working with data science projects or any other as well, we might need to work with long binary strings. Bitarray is the package that is need of the hour. However we might also need an array of bit strings. In that case, one option is to store every bit string in a dictionary data… Continue reading Handling Array of Long Bit Strings – Python
F-score (F1score) is the harmonic mean of precision and recall. Know About: – Harmonic Mean – Precision and Recall We can write F score as: F score = 2 * Precision * Recall / (Precision + Recall) let us calculate for the example, On a 1000 movie hard disk which had 200 thriller movies, all… Continue reading F1 Score
Harmonic mean is expressed as the reciprocal of the arithmetic mean of the reciprocals of the given set of observations. Example: Harmonic Mean of numbers 1, 5, 9 is given by: = 3 / 1.31 = 2.29 The generic formula for Harmonic mean of positive real numbers is give by: Harmonic mean of two numbers X and Y… Continue reading Harmonic Mean