Blog articles tagged 'optimization'

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on 3/25/2019 8:35 AM
In the following series I will explore different tools and techniques for doing object detection in streaming video in real time or faster. Starting with the baseline Python detector running slowly and gradually picking up speed. In these series In the co[...]
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on 3/5/2015 8:55 PM
A few months ago, some coworkers sent around a Ruby challenge. It appears simple, but we can sometimes learn a lot from simple problems. Write a Ruby program that determines the smallest three digit number such that when said number is divided by the sum [...]
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on 3/23/2013 8:53 AM
I tend to complain a lot about the programming tools I work with. In one sentence, the world of software is just not a sane place. If left unchecked, this complaining attitude can grow into despair - so I enjoy a little escape from time to time. I need to[...]
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on 7/19/2012 7:59 AM
There recently was an interesting SO question on F# Printf.* family of functions: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11559440/how-to-manage-debug-printing-in-f It is known that these functions are very slow. Slow enough for most people to avoid them en[...]
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on 12/5/2011 7:11 PM
Don Syme and several others sent tweets to correct my claims about boxing in F#. I made the mistake of assuming that structs cannot be used as interface implementations without being boxed and allocated on the heap. As it turns out, .NET constraints allo[...]
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on 11/11/2011 6:23 PM
As part of the WebSharper web server effort, I have been writing an HTTP request parser. Tuning the parser for performance for the common simple case (small, correct HTTP request) has improved performance 8-fold, from 30K to 250K sample requests parsed e[...]
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