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RNN-generated arXiv abstracts

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I scraped the entirety of arXiv abstracts to do some experiments. To get started, I trained a char-rnn on all the q-bio abstracts and generated a bunch of synthetic abstracts. Some of the results were quite fun, see below:

Various brain areas reveal spatiotemporal activity patterns that repeat over time: resulting intracellular elements of genetic regulatory networks are quantified. Using a ” experimental study of neural networks, the framework of cellular Markov models to the importance of complexity induces a identification of challenges for understanding specialized biological structures.

 

Modelling forest composition function for meaningful laws in cortical networks, in the light of simplifying assumption of interaction networks with the same importance they exploit networks used by previous models in topological detail. Existing methods largely depend on a kinetic SIR model under physical networks. We have used the stationary law of overlapping phylogenetic tree distributions as a popular utility. Making use of eigenvalue laws and a scheme augmented along the population and eventually simplify a network .

 

It also tries to generate LaTeX but it doesn’t get it quite right yet:
Geometry of DNA looping where the residence of 26 ‘ alleles diffusing out than amplitude distributions ( $ F ( x ) $ -test are abrupt at short times $ O ( n = 0.5 ) < $ ^ { 2+ } $ due to a balance matrix , and the synergism of the model and a statistical mechanics level comparable .
I experimented with generating arXiv categories and titles along with the abstracts.
Categories: q-bio.PE stat.AP stat.ME
Title: Joint Resolution Basis GDDA-BLAST Reaction: Mechanism of Biodynamics Waves problems in swarms
Abstract: In a reply that is robust from male molecules in the ecosystem and have presented to apply it to the city in proteomics evolution. An important entity presently processing a MS/MS spectrum outbreak, monitoring, requires on tests but not only an important difficulty in big datasets, opening gained from the usual graph lens and (human) sensitivity analysis. Future dimension test subjects are valid how the epigenetic basis for protein sequence directionality increases the increase within size state. We corrected review particular methods.

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19.12.2016 at 14:39

Computer History Museum

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Went to the awesome Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

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2.03.2014 at 22:51

Weekly Vim Focus: Week 3

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It has been a while since the last posts from this series, so the title weekly doesn’t really apply. The previous 2 bite-sized commitments to improve my Vim skills worked well, with about 75% of the things I tried to internalize now in daily use. This week I will focus on some movements, sticking to the number 4.

  • H and L move to top and bottom screen.
  • ctrl+F and ctlr+B move a page forward and back.
    I find the behaviour of this a bit strange, because it places you on the second to last line of the current page.
  • ' followed by a mark moves to the line of that mark.
    Useful automatic marks are . for the location of the last edit and ' for the location before the last jump.
  • nG moves to line n.
    I used to use :n for this, but that is not really a movement and thus can’t be combined with other commands.

For more movements also have a look at this Vim Movements Wallpaper. I won’t use it personally, but it makes for a handy reference.

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18.05.2013 at 14:36

4 Bit Synthesizer

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Built a 4-bit synthesizer together with a friend, based on this project. We assembled it on a breadboard, still need to transfer it to a PCB. It is based on an ATMega48 microcontroller, and the sound is generated through a R-2R ladder DAC (the resistors soldered into a chunk in the picture)

Here is a sample of the lo-fi goodness:



The synth is controlled via MIDI, and can generate a single voice in one of 4 waveforms at a time. Several synths can be daisychained to be controlled via one MIDI connector and feed a single output though, so hopefully once we get to soldering everything together we can do that.

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7.11.2012 at 11:00

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Conveyor

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26.06.2012 at 18:47

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Oyster Mushrooms

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Oyster Mushrooms

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13.06.2012 at 11:52

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Broccoli

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Broccoli

The best vegetable!

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3.06.2012 at 13:55

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