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Enhanced Calculator Project

Overview

Write an S-expression_ calculator with following functionalities:

  • Reads the expressions from stdin and prints the output to stdout
    • Note that you should guarantee that your program only writes revelant
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#include <cstdio>
#include <cassert>
#include <cctype>
#include <cstring>
#include <cstdlib>
#define SCAST_FLOAT(x) static_cast<Float*>(x)
#define SCAST_INT(x) static_cast<Int*>(x)
/* Abstract interface for numbers */
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PPCA for IEEE 2014 Arrangement & Schedule

Teaching Assistants

Yiming Liu & Xutong Chen:Exams (problem sets and lectures)
Ted Yin & Tongliang Liao:The Project
Jiachen Shi:Lectures on Programming Skills
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How to Configure AppArmor on Ubuntu

Author: Ted Yin <ted.sybil@gmail.com>
  • AppArmor is a Mandatory Access Control (MAC) system which is a kernel (LSM) enhancement to confine programs to a limited set of resources. Instead of binding access control attributes to users, it confines specific programs.
  • AppArmor is shipped with Ubuntu, which means it is fairly easy to get started.
  • In order to ease the maintenance, we first install the utilities by sudo apt-get install apparmor-utils
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Determinant / log.rst
Created Jul 20, 2014
Log of My Academic Life
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Log of My Academic Life

Sun Jul 20

  • kaldi
    • 完成kaldi动态链接
    • 几经周折后,在小集群上重现
View config.json
{
"vars": {
"@gray-base": "#000",
"@gray-darker": "lighten(@gray-base, 13.5%)",
"@gray-dark": "lighten(@gray-base, 20%)",
"@gray": "lighten(@gray-base, 33.5%)",
"@gray-light": "lighten(@gray-base, 46.7%)",
"@gray-lighter": "lighten(@gray-base, 93.5%)",
"@brand-primary": "darken(#428bca, 6.5%)",
"@brand-success": "#5cb85c",
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Determinant / append-ivectors.cc
Created Aug 17, 2015
Concatenate features with speaker level ivector
View append-ivectors.cc
#include "base/kaldi-common.h"
#include "util/table-types.h"
#include "util/parse-options.h"
#include <map>
using namespace kaldi;
const char *usage =
"Concatenate features with speaker level ivector (e.g. appending speaker\n"
"ivector to each frame of the corresponding utterance)\n"
"Usage: append-ivectors <ivector-rspecifier> <utt2spk-rspecifier> <in-rspecifier2> <out-wspecifier>\n\n"
View Game2048.java
/*
* Author: Ted Yin (Maofan Yin) <ted.sybil@gmail.com>
* Description: Implementation for performing a move in direction left in 2048 game
*/
class Game2048 {
public int moveLeft(int[][] b, int i) {
int bonus = 0;
int h = 0; /* b[i][0..h-1] has its final value and cannot be changed
again (exactly the same definition in your hint) */
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imap <C-h> deleteChar
imap <C-w> deleteWord
unmap x
map d closeTab
map u lastClosedTab
map <C-u> scrollPageUp
map <C-d> scrollPageDown
map <C-p> J
map <C-n> K
set smoothscroll
View winit_with_ime_example.rs
extern crate winit;
extern crate libc;
extern crate x11_dl;
fn main() {
let mut events_loop = winit::EventsLoop::new();
unsafe {
libc::setlocale(libc::LC_CTYPE, b"zh_CN.utf8\0".as_ptr() as *const _);
let xlib = x11_dl::xlib::Xlib::open().expect("get xlib");
(xlib.XSetLocaleModifiers)(b"@im=fcitx\0".as_ptr() as *const _);
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