Generally, what do you think when you are about to create a character? [on hold]

This question is not just about the system, after all, creativity is also complicated for some people and there is nothing better than reading reviews from someone who plays it a lot.

In principle, I will say that I am completely new to D&D and, like most people in this situation, I have no creativity to create my initial character.

• What motivates you when you create your character? If you are generally inspired by a character created in books or movies, could you say which one?

• When will you choose a race or class, what do you think at the moment? Often completing the lack of certain things in your party is what forces you to make such a choice?

• Do you have a favorite race or create according to the world proposed by DM?

• Do you have a favorite class or create according to the needs of the party?

• Do you try to make a more human and defective character or Deus Ex Machine?

• Do you criticize yourself for making the so-called ‘perfect characters’? (like half-elf being a Cleric, Bard, Warlock or Paladin because of his racial bonuses)

Notes: I am not fluent with the English language, which limits me a lot to learning from the Player Handbook, so I apologize for having to do such a topic on this subject and hope it is not against the rules of the site. If there are multiple grammatical errors, please ignore it (and blame Google Translate for its wrong translations, just kidding)

Need some advice about being evil

So while I intended my Rogue to stay relatively good thanks to a creative GM with a demented sense of humor it looks like I’m going to be going secetly insane. I’m playing a rouge shadowdancer(at least a few lvls) who is a Duskwalker who use to be a dryad. This is my first time playing and any advice on things that might be useful to buy or do would be appreciated. I have a tengu wizard and a dragonkin bard that pose the biggest potential problems. Just want a plan to protect myself and take them out if necessary. Thank you.

More information about the 10 types of information that can be useful for WSD (Word Sense Disambiguation)

Agirre and Martinez (Knowledge Sources for Word Sense Disambiguation) distinguish ten different types of information that can be useful for WSD (Word Sense Disambiguation):

  1. Part of speech (POS) is used to organize the word senses. For instance, in WordNet 1.6 handle has 5 senses as a verb, only one as a noun.
  2. Morphology, specially the relation between derived words and their roots. For instance, the noun agreement has 6 senses, its verbal root agree 7, but not all combinations hold.
  3. Collocations. The 9-way ambiguous noun match has only one possible sense in “football match”.
  4. Semantic word associations, which van be further classified as follows:
    a Taxonomical organization, e.g. the association between chair and furniture. b Situation, such as the association between chair and waiter. c Topic, as between bat and baseball. d Argument-head relation, e.g. dog and bite in “the dog bite the postman”. These associations, if given as a sense-to-word relation, are strong indicators for a sense. For instance, in “The chair and the table were missing” the shared class in the taxonomy with table can be used to choose the furniture sense of chair.
  5. Syntactic cues. Subcategorization information is also useful, e.g. eat in the “take a meal” sense is intransitive, but it is transitive in other senses.
  6. Semantic roles. In “The bad new will eat him” the object of eat fills the experiencer role, and this fact can be used to better constrain the possible senses for eat.
  7. Selectional preferences. For instance, eat in the “take a meal” sense prefers humans as subjects. This knowledge type is similar to the argument-head relation (4d), but selectional preferences are given in terms of semantic classes, rather that plain words.
  8. Domain. For example, in the domain of sports, the “tennis racket” sense of racket is preferred.
  9. Frequency of senses. Out of the 4 senses of people the general sense accounts for 90% of the occurrences in Semcor.
  10. Pragmatics. In some cases, full-fledged reasoning has to come into play to disambiguate head as a nail-head in the now classical utterance “Nadia swing the hammer at the nail, and the head flew off”.

My questions are:

1) Is there other kind of information useful for WSD?

2) I only see disambiguation algorithms using at most three different kinds of information at the same time (for example A Novel Neural Sequence Model with Multiple Attentions for Word Sense Disambiguation). Is there a powerful system/algorithm integrating all those types of information?

How about change value of /sys/devices/system/cpu/kernel_max?

As title of question, Could you help me change value of this file? Information: Ubuntu 14.04.6 with kernel version has kernel_max=511 Ubuntu 14.04.2 with kernel version has kernel_max=255

I want to use Ubuntu 14.04.6 with kernel version has kernel_max=255 I try to root account to edit but still “permission denied”

Can either nondetection or mind blank prevent information about oneself being divined from others through legend lore?

In this instance the party was trying to legend lore the true name of a legendary creature that had protected itself with nondetection and mind blank.

However this entity’s parents were not given the same security and were still in existence. Would legend before be able to find the information through them?

Especially in question is the line from mind blank:

The spell even foils wish spells and spells or effects of similar power used to affect the target’s mind or to gain information about the target.

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[ Psychology ] Open Question : I’m aroused by watching videos, images, reading and writing about unconscious women, having seizures or other medical problems. Is it wrong?

I’m a woman, I’m 20 and I’m bisexual. Ever since I was around 12, I’ve been aroused by videos of women being knocked unconcious, CPR, seizures and other medical issues. I’ve even started writing about celebrities that I have crushes on going through these problems. Recently, when I read about actress Emilia Clarke having an aneurysm, I wrote about my favorite actress, Gal Gadot having an aneurysm in the middle of a premiere. I also go on deviant art and search for images of unconscious and passed out women. I don’t ever want to hurt anyone or do anything without their consent, I just enjoy this on videos and literature. Is this weird?

Perfect Probabilistic Encryption still requires key length about as long as message

Let $ (E,D)$ be a probabilistic encryption scheme with $ n$ -length keys (given a key $ k$ , we denote the corresponding encryption function by $ E_k$ ) and $ n+10$ -length messages. Then, show that there exist two messages $ x_0, x_1 \in \{0,1\}^{n+10}$ and a function $ A$ such that

$ Pr_{b \in \{0,1\}, k \in \{0,1\}^n}[A(E_k(x_b)) = b ] \geq 9/10$

(This is problem 9.4 from Arora/Barak Computational Complexity)

My gut intuition says that the same idea from the proof in the deterministic case should carry over. WLOG let $ x_0 = 0^{n+10}$ , and denote by $ S$ the support of $ E_{U_n}(0^{n+10})$ . We will take $ A$ to output $ 0$ if the input is in $ S$ . Then, assuming the condition stated in the problem fails to hold for all $ x \in \{0,1\}^{n+10}$ , we conclude that $ Pr[E_{U_n}(x) \in S] \geq 2/10$ for all $ x$ . This implies that there exists some key so that $ E_k$ maps at least $ 2/10$ of the $ x$ into $ S$ (the analogue of this statement in the deterministic case suffices to derive a contradiction), but now I don’t really see how to continue. Is my choice of $ A$ here correct, or should I be using a different approach?