oh well, bound to happen eventually
twitter DSP nerd communal bugfix help time: in dreams I have a rare, content-specific bug where a biquad filter in an EQ explodes. I'm enforcing my coeffs are nicely stable, eg see https://dsp.stackexchange.com/questions/24293/ensure-stability-against-coefficient-quantization - but still it explodes. its bandaid time! should I:
Pleased to announce exBERT, an interactive tool to explore the embeddings and attention of Transformer models at different layers, with different heads.
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Well. It looked fine but I didn’t manage to solder the pads underneath, it seems. Got sporadic connections. Guess I’ll be practicing my 40AWG wire soldering skills...
💇 Person Getting Haircut + 😠 Angry Face
My PCBs came in! shiny.
it's held together with safety pins, the brim is all floppy, and I accidentally put seam margins in both halves, but! I'm wearing a witch hat! that I made myself from felt and caffeine!
tracker chiptune music waveforms tend to have a loop period of 64 samples, or some other power of two...
but really if you want an "ideal", say, 3rd harmonic in your waveform, the loop period should be a multiple of 3, huh
How to read one byte in Go
length := 1
capacity := 1
var buf byte = make(byte, length, capacity)
_, _ = http://os.Stdin.Read(buf)
so what I was thinking of here was:
./program1 | ./run_on_fpga foo | ./run_on_fpga bar | ./program2
where the run_on_fpga wrapper detects it's piping into another instance of itself and eliminates the CPU round-trip
@firstname.lastname@example.org mystery solved! the double one is /dev/pts/...
unimportant compiler dev (@rrika9 on twitter)
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