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Complete proof of PAC learning of axis-aligned rectangles

I have already read PAC learning of axis-aligned rectangles and understand every other part of the example.

From Foundations of Machine Learning by Mohri, 2nd ed., p. 13 (book) or p. 30 (PDF), I am struggling to understand the following sentence of Example 2.4, which is apparently the result of a contrapositive argument:

… if $ R(\text{R}_S) > \epsilon$ , then $ \text{R}_S$ must miss at least one of the regions $ r_i$ , $ i \in [4]$ .

i.e., $ i = 1, 2, 3, 4$ . Could someone please explain why this is the case?

The way I see it is this: given $ \epsilon > 0$ , if $ R(\text{R}_S) > \epsilon$ , then $ \mathbb{P}_{x \sim D}(\text{R}\setminus \text{R}_S) > \epsilon$ . We also know from this stage of the proof that $ \mathbb{P}_{x \sim D}(\text{R}) > \epsilon$ as well. Beyond this, I’m not sure how the sentence above is reached.

hook add_attachment cannot complete its work

Good afternoon!

I need to clear everything fields when inserting an image in the WordPress loader.

On the Internet, I found a function:

    function my_set_image_meta_upon_image_upload( $  post_ID ) {        if ( wp_attachment_is_image( $  post_ID ) ) {          $  my_image_meta = array(           'ID'           => $  post_ID,           'post_title'   => '',           'post_excerpt' => '',           'post_content' => '',         );          update_post_meta( $  post_ID, '_wp_attachment_image_alt', '' );          wp_update_post( $  my_image_meta );       }     }     add_action( 'add_attachment', 'my_set_image_meta_upon_image_upload' ); 

It clears the fields but does not show the image (see the image):

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How can this be fixed?

Thanks!

Devising an algorithm to remove “complete” sets of numbers from a list of numbers

Suppose I have a list of numbers consisting of numbers 1 through 5, where some numbers repeat. Define a set of numbers to be "complete" if it consists of each of the numbers 1-5 exactly once. Now, I want to pull out as many possible complete, sorted (lowest to highest) sets from this list. How can I do this (efficiently)?

Here is the solution I have in mind so far. Traverse through the list, and place each number into a pile of numbers that is the same number. For example, place all the 1s into a pile, all the 2s into a pile, and so on. Then, go through all of the piles and determine the minimum number of elements in a pile. For example, if the pile of 2s has five 2s and all other piles have greater than or equal to five elements, then 5 is the minimum number of elements. This minimum, call it min, will give us the number of complete sets in the list. Finally, go through the piles in order and pull out the elements one by one until you form a complete set, and again to form another complete set, and so on until min number of complete sets. Tada! You now have pulled out as many possible complete, sorted sets from this list.

Here is an example:

Let’s say the list is 3 2 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 4 4 3 4 1 1 2 5. We traverse the list and put them into piles:

333 2222 111 4444 555

The minimum number of elements in a pile is 3, so we have 3 complete sets. Now just go through the piles in order and pick up elements one by one:

12345 12345 12345

And tada! We have pulled out as many complete, sorted sets as possible.

Where I am lacking in my solution is figuring out how to efficiently go through the piles in order or make an efficient way of ordering the piles so that I can easily go through them in order.

I’d love to hear any feedback, especially other algorithms you might devise or ways to go about ordering. Thanks!

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Review from Matt Borden (Scrapebox Support)
Wanted to post back and say that I have found great value in the list and am just now getting started. I have found myself using the list regularly, my only issue is sometimes I have to stop and focus because this list provides so many options that I get overwhelmed, lol.

I have mostly used English but I have merged in some of the other languages on tests. I love the idea of so many languages, for me scraping with such diversity is huge. Im testing Scrapebox 2.0 at the moment and its 64bit (or it has a 64bit version) so I have been able to merge more footprints with the large keyword lists and come up with millions of combinations. I plan on taking some of my good footprints and just working thru the various languages.

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VIDEO RUN-THROUGH BY MATT HERE

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Video Review from Devin s4ntos (GSA Support)

Using this list to build up my global site lists with SER. Loaded up the included English keyword list and some article footprints. So far I’ve scraped 7+ million URL’s and haven’t even scraped 1% yet.

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Looks like I have enough keywords I should be able to scrape for the next year or so smile.png
Great list.

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So still a bit skeptical, I downloaded and unzipped the list, yes the 73 MB is compressed size. I unzipped this file and was impressed once again; after extraction the Keyword Lists totaled 312 MB!
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Holy Crap I couldn’t wait to check the lists. I have a lot of tools that use Keyword Lists but currently I’m on a Tumblr scrapping kick so I grabbed a 55K list and dropped it in Gscraper to see what it dug up in unique tumblr blogs. After about an hour I had the results, 208,807 unique tumblr blogs:

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I went about my usual routine and did a HTTP test to see how many dead blogs were in my 208K list. It ran my average of 1-2% expectation with 2,479 dead tumblr blogs scraped from this small sample of FuryKyle’s Keyword Lists.

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Now came the real test of how many of my dead tumblr blogs had valid PR still available. I was quite impressed to see this small (55K) keyword list discovered 523 dead tumblr blogs with PR1-4 available. All in about an hour’s worth of work!

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Is the discrepancy in Turing’s representation of complete configurations intentional?

On page 235 of Turing’s 1936 paper, in the figure marked (C), the illustration appears not to match the description. The description states that

space has been made on the left of the scanned symbol, and the m-configuration written in its place

but the illustration shows no scanned symbol for the first complete configuration:

b:əəo0 0:əəq0 0: ...  

It’s hard to tell if this is meant to me something special about the starting state, or a general part of the representation so that one would have

b:əəo0 0:əəq0 0:əə0 q0:əə0 0 q:əə0 0p 1:əə0p 0 1:əpə0 0 1:... 

rather than the representation corresponding to the description:

b :əəo0 0:əəq0 0:əə0 q0:əə0 0 q :əə0 0p 1:əə0p 0 1:əpə0 0 1:... 

Is there significance to this discrepancy? Is it intentional?