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Zongheng Yang concretevitamin UC Berkeley @ucbrise Berkeley, CA http://zongheng.me/ CS PhD student at UC Berkeley

concretevitamin/haskeme 3

A Scheme interpreter written in Haskell.

concretevitamin/NLP_Stanford_Coursera 3

Several project-like assignments for Coursera.org's Stanford NLP class.

concretevitamin/ProjectEuler 2

My practice codes for ProjectEuler.net.

concretevitamin/cs294-ai-sys-sp19 1

CS294; AI For Systems and Systems For AI

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A subset of my dotfiles, potentially modified so that they don't contain sensitive information.

concretevitamin/hive-testbench 1

Testbench for experimenting with Apache Hive at any data scale.

concretevitamin/arrow 0

Apache Arrow is a cross-language development platform for in-memory data. It specifies a standardized language-independent columnar memory format for flat and hierarchical data, organized for efficient analytic operations on modern hardware. It also provides computational libraries and zero-copy streaming messaging and interprocess communication. Languages currently supported include C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Python, and Ruby.

concretevitamin/assignment1 0

Part 1 of the introductory assignment on building our own compiler

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Large scale query engine benchmark

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Fix encoding (#1) * fix encoding * Vectorize some parts of MaxDiff code + cleanups Co-authored-by: Zongheng Yang <concretevitamin@users.noreply.github.com>

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Fix encoding

Fixed encoding issues. Should pass the following test python3.6 eval_model.py --num-queries=2000 --run-maxdiff --dataset=dmv-tiny

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issue openedabseil/abseil-py

absltest feature request: run specified tests

It'd be really sweet to have a glob pattern that specifies what tests to run, similar to googletest's --gtest_filter.

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issue closedsyl20bnr/spacemacs

latex-mode-hook does not work with spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off

I have all these in my config,

  (add-hook 'LaTeX-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)
  (add-hook 'latex-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)
  (add-hook 'TeX-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)
  (add-hook 'tex-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)

but whenever I open a .tex file, autofill-mode still kicks in.

Inside a .tex file inspecting the major-mode variable: it is latex-mode. So I'd assume the second line above would work.

Spacemacs version: Spacemacs v.0.300.0

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Neural Relation Understanding: accurate models of relational tables via deep autoregressive models

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issue closedPyTables/PyTables

Does PyTables support hash indexes?

I'm interested in hash indexes where the target workload is just point(s) lookup: attr = val.

At first glance http://www.pytables.org/usersguide/libref/structured_storage.html#tables.Column.create_index seems to be targetting range queries. What implementation is the current index based on?

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Does PyTables support hash indexes?

Thanks. I only skimmed the PSI part. It seems to me binary searches are involved on a lookup so not really an O(1) hash index.

I'll close this issue - however, I'd love to see support for this in some future version!

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issue openedPyTables/PyTables

Does PyTables support hash indexes?

I'm interested in hash indexes where the target workload is just point(s) lookup: attr = val.

At first glance http://www.pytables.org/usersguide/libref/structured_storage.html#tables.Column.create_index seems to be targetting range queries. What implementation is the current index based on?

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issue openedsyl20bnr/spacemacs

latex-mode-hook does not work with spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off

I have all these in my config,

  (add-hook 'LaTeX-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)
  (add-hook 'latex-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)
  (add-hook 'TeX-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)
  (add-hook 'tex-mode-hook #'spacemacs/toggle-auto-fill-mode-off)

but whenever I open a .tex file, autofill-mode still kicks in.

Inside a .tex file inspecting the major-mode variable: it is latex-mode. So I'd assume the second line above would work.

Spacemacs version: Spacemacs v.0.300.0

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