Can feats like Psionic Weapon, Shot or Fist work with out interference with Path of War Rules?

Can feats like Psionic Weapon, Shot or Fist; or Greater Psionic Weapon, Shot or Fist work without interference or sacrifice with Path of War Rules?

Effects from stances remain so long as stance is not changed. Gaining and using focus* during a rotation of Boosts, Counters and Strikes is what I worry about. With Psionic Meditation you can gain focus with a move action, but can I expend/use said focus at anytime during when a boost, strike or counter happens?


* see the “Gain psionic focus” part for the rules

CharacterController / CameraController for Unity WebGL that doesn’t have the camera spins like crazy issue [closed]

I’m trying to adapt a game for WebGL and it seems that the setup often has the camera spin like crazy? Is there a recommended CharacterController / CameraController setup for WebGL with some ways to prevent the camera gimbal spinning like crazy?

What is the points of knacks like animal-lore or dodge at level 1?

In the Warrior Adventure Game, animal lore (at level 1) gives +1 per intelligence chip on intelligence or ponder for animal-related checks.

First, ponder is an intelligence skill, so why is it mentioned separately? Second, what’s the point when I can get a +1 per chip anyway?

Likewise, dodge gives +1 per spirit chip on jump for dodge checks. Again, I can do the same without that knack.

Is there any value in having such knacks at level 1, or is it just a starting point for getting higher bonuses at later levels?

I feel like my DMing skills are making the game less enjoyable

I’m DMing a party of five, a rogue, cleric, wizard, fighter, and a ranger that comes every other week. Everything goes well for the first hour and a half, but then after that I can tell my narrations and stuff gets really bad. It’s the difference between ‘you shoot your bow, but your arrow had warped after that last river and you barely miss the knight’ and ‘you miss’. Since we play for about three hours a session and don’t come back together until the next week, the campaign always seems to end in a very bland spot, and sometimes the players have severely misinterpreted the surroundings(honestly, I don’t blame them when my descriptions turn into ‘you exit the building’). Another thing I can tell is that after while DMing, I get tired and my responses to the players get slower and slower and I have to consult the books more often. If it’s been a long day, sometimes I take fifteen minutes getting back to where we were and starting up again, and fall into the bland descriptions pretty quickly.

The players say they don’t mind much, but I feel bad for them since there is another group a table away whenever we’re playing, and the DM there is better than I am. I do give them a decent amount of loot and the occasional magic item and everything is balanced in the campaign. Still, I want to try and change my bad DMing so the campaign is less…wavy(if that makes any sense) in terms of detail. I’ve played with some rather bad DMs before, and know that it’s not fun when there’s little or no color to the adventure. I keep the action going though, plenty of mysteries and combat encounters, but again, it gets bland quickly.

Summary- Campaign is fine(mechanically), but I as DM get boring by the middle of the session and then everything slows down.

So I guess what I’m looking for a way to try and keep myself from getting boring by the end of the session and a way to keep the campaign going smoothly. Any suggestions?

With respect to differential privacy how to find the global sensitivity of queries like ‘maximum height’ ‘Average height’ etc

As much as I have understood,for any query f(x), we need to take maximum of |f(x)-f(y)| over all neighboring databases.

please explain how to find global sensitivity of queries like average height or maximum height.

Would You Like to Trace an Unlisted Cell Phone Number Owner? Here is How to Do it Fro

In this universe of science and innovation, the men of science invest their energy in research facilities looking for something new. We additionally witness their push to manage natural products. Presently this time, it is an iPhone from the place of Apple that has been pulling in all the considerations worldwide in the course of recent months. 
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The device irregularities of US can purchase this iPhone right now. Yet, the individuals of Asian nations like India need to hold up to mid 2008 to lay their hands on such an enchantment development. The telephone has joined screen and consolidates the highlights of a cell phone, ipod, advanced coordinator and remote web gadgets. It is a progressive telephone. It does things that no telephone has ever done previously yet it has likewise been said that it needs includes found even on the most essential telephones. So it has welcomed both praise just as analysis. 
 
iPhone is a small, thin, exquisite hand-held PC whose screen is a piece of touch touchy glass. The $500 and $600 models have 4 and 8 GB stockpiling and can store 825 and 1825 tunes individually. The iphone is assemblage of cellphone, video ipod, email terminal, internet browser, camera, morning timer, palm type coordinator and one hell of superficial point of interest. The telephone is so smooth and slender that makes Treos and Blackberrys look large. At the point when the glass of the telephone get smudgy, a sleeve cleans it off yet it doesn’t scratch without any problem. However, the greatest accomplishment in this telephone is the product accessible. It is quick, excellent, menu free and extremely easy to work. The main physical catch underneath the screen consistently opens the landing page showing the symbols for the iphone’s 16 capacities. Records look with a flick of finger; CD fronts flip over as it is flicked. The clients don’t need to check the phone message yet it itself checks the client. The just one catch press uncovers the holding up messages, recorded like email. There is no dialing in, no secret word. To answer a call, the client can tap answer on the screen, or squeeze the minuscule amplifier. iPhone has a speaker telephone and vibration mode however both are powerless. The music or video playback delays until you hang up. In any case, while making a call, be that as it may, the clients need to follow a protracted procedure containing 6 stages: wake the telephone, open its catches, gather the home screen, open the telephone program, see the ongoing calls or speed dial list and select a name. The call quality is simply normal yet email is fabulous. Approaching messages are completely designed, total with illustrations. The clients even can open Word, Excel and PDF reports however can’t alter. The internet browser is extremely commendable. It has different open pages, textual styles, designs, spring up menus, check boxes, interactive connections and dial-capable telephone number. Everything is finished with the tap of a finger.

Bubble Sort: Runtime complexity analysis like Cormen does

I’m trying to analyze Bubble Sort runtime in a method similar to how Cormen does in "Introduction to Algorithms 3rd Ed" for Insertion Sort (shown below). I haven’t found a line by line analysis like Cormen’s analysis of this algorithm online, but only multiplied summations of the outer and inner loops.

For each line of bubblesort(A), I have created the following times run. Appreciate any guidance if this analysis is correct or incorrect. If incorrect, how it should be analyzed. Also, I do not see the best case where $ T(n) = n$ as it appears the inner loop always runs completely. Maybe this is for "optimized bubble" sort, which is not shown here?

Times for each line with constant run time $ c_n$ , where $ n$ is the line number:

Line 1: $ c_1 n$

Line 2: $ c_2 \sum_{j=2}^n j $

Line 3: $ c_3 \sum_{j=2}^n j – 1$

Line 4: $ c_4 \sum_{j=2}^n j – 1$ Worst Case

$ T(n) = c_1 n + c_2 (n(n+1)/2 – 1) + c_3 (n(n-1)/2) + c_4 (n(n-1)/2)$

$ T(n) = c_1 n + c_2 (n^2/2) + c_2 (n/2) – c2 + c_3 (n^2/2) – c_3 (n/2) + c_4 (n^2/2) – c_4 (n/2)$

$ T(n) = (c_2/2+c_3/2+c_4/2) n^2 + (c_1 + c_2/2+c_3/2+c_4/2) n – c_2 $

$ T(n) = an^2 + bn – c$

Bubble Sort from Cormen

Insertion Sort from Cormen

Explain Like I’m 5 — Why are AMD processors not, or less, vulnerable to Meltdown and Spectre?

All these answers are abstruse and complex. Can someone please explain like I’m 5 by relying on, but varietizing, u/zoox101’s excellent analogy? I copy and paste it here with some trifling corrections and modifications, like differently gendering the librarian and the diary’s owner to avoid confusing pronouns.


At its heart, your computer works just like a library. It’s constantly reading and moving information just like students read and move books. And just like any good library, your computer has a friendly librarian: Ms Kernel.

Whenever you go to check out a book, you give Ms Kernel the title and she goes to fetch it for you. However, this library may contain some pretty secret stuff, so Ms Kernel always checks to make sure you’ve got permission to read the book you’re requesting.

Back in the old days, Ms. Kernel had to do all the work herself, and it was painfully slow. Recently computers are better designed, and can do multiple operations at once, meaning that Ms. Kernel now has a bunch of assistants helping her. This is great for the library, because now it can handle more people than ever before! However, it also creates a weakness that was only just discovered. Here’s how the weakness works.

You, a mischievous ne’er do well, want to read your rival Ed’s diary, which he keeps in the library. However, Ed hasn’t shared his diary with you, so Ms Kernel won’t let you check it out. So you decide to do something rather clever…Rather than asking for the diary directly, you ask Ms. Kernel to fetch two things:

  1. Ed’s diary

  2. a book where the first word in the title is the first word in Ed’s diary.

Back in the old days, this wouldn’t have been a problem. The first thing Ms. Kernel would have done, was to ask Ed if you could read her diary. When Ed said no, Ms. Kernel would’ve stopped.

However the assistants complicate things. To save time, Ms Kernel asks one assistant to ask Ed for permission, while the other goes to find the two books you requested. When the first assistant tells Ms Kernel that Ed said no, the second one gives Ms K the books which Ms. K sets on her desk.

Ms. Kernel tells you that you can’t have the books. However, because they’re sitting on the desk, you can read the titles. The first one’s called "Ed’s Diary" and the second one’s called "The Cat in the Hat". Because you requested a book whose title that begins with the same word as the first word in Ed’s diary, you know that the first word in the diary must be "The".

If you wanted to, you could repeat this process for every word in the diary, until you could read the whole diary.

This exploit endangers all libraries because it works in every library that has assistant librarians, which covers just about every modern processor out there. The only real panacea is to force the assistants to run the check before fetching the books, which will slow down the library as a whole. The biggest vulnerability is that the parallel processing (assistants) is leaving the cache (desk) in a different state than they found it, even though the permission check failed.

Thankfully, no known malware exploits this bug, but the safest thing to do is to update your devices as soon as a fix is released, to prevent them from being infiltrated in the future. The performance shouldn’t slow down most personal devices (small library, few assistants), but will decrease performance on larger machines (i.e. university supercomputers).