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The link to the paper is : https://arxiv.org/pdf/1704.06933.pdf In the paper , for feeding the sentence pairs into a GAN , they converted the word embeddings of the words in particular sentences and and concantenated into a 2D image like format to further perform convolution and pooling on it as is done in a typical GAN implementation. In the words of the paper , The adversary is used to differentiate translation result $$y’$$ and the ground-truth translation $$y$$, given the source language sentence $$x$$. To achieve that, one needs to measure the translative matching degree of source-target sentence pair $$(x, y)$$. We turn to Convolution Neural Network (CNN) for this task (Yin et al., 2015; Hu et al., 2014), since with its layer- by-layer convolution and pooling strategies, CNN is able to accurately capture the hierarchical corre- spondence of $$(x, y)$$ at different abstraction levels. The general structure is shown in Figure 2. 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I do not have any other passport/nationalities. ## Kaczorowski’s Paper on Distribution of Primes I am looking for a digital copy of the following paper by Jerzy Kaczorowski: ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMES (mod4) https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/anly.1995.15.issue-2/anly.1995.15.2.159/anly.1995.15.2.159.xml The above link is the only place where I could find it (which is behind a paywall). Thus, if anyone has a digital copy I would very much appreciate the help. Apologies if this is not the correct forum for this question. Please let me know and I can move it. ## Is there a paper or model about detecting whether musical instrument playing right note or not? I want to create a model that can detecting whether musical instrument play right note or not. Example: provide mp3 file and musician are playing in piano. How to check the musician play right note according to mp3 file. I had search GG but not found anything related. ## About an argument in the paper “Commutators on$\ell_\infty\$” by Dosev and Johnson

In the paper “Commutators on $$\ell_\infty$$” by Dosev and Johnson, in Lemma 4.2 Cas II, the authors have said that “There exists a normalized bock basis $$\{u_i\}$$ of $$\{x_i\}$$ and a normalized block basis $$\{v_i\}$$ of $$\{y_i\}$$ such that $$\|u_i-v_i\|<\frac{1}{i}.$$ Does anyone have any idea to prove this?

More elaborately, we have two subspaces $$X$$ and $$Y$$ of $$\ell_\infty$$ both isomorphic to $$c_0.$$ $$\{x_i\}$$ and $$\{y_i\}$$ are bases of $$X$$ and $$Y$$ respectively which are equivalent to standard base of $$c_0$$. We have also $$X\cap Y=\{0\}$$ and $$d(X,Y):=\inf\{\|x-y\|:x\in X,y\in Y, \|x\|=1\}=0.$$ Now how to show “There exists a normalized bock basis $$\{u_i\}$$ of $$\{x_i\}$$ and a normalized block basis $$\{v_i\}$$ of $$\{y_i\}$$ such that $$\|u_i-v_i\|<\frac{1}{i}.$$” ?