Is it there any well known model/theory/interpretations where the whole universe is treated as a neural network?

I was looking for well known models/theories/interpretations in physics that would treat the whole universe as a neural network, do you know about any?

I’ve heard about Hava Siegelmann’s model, but it is not very well-known/”famous”…So do you know of any?

What game uses six-sided dice with symbols as well as numbers on the 5 and 6 faces?

Note for reviewers, this question is a part of several similar questions. It has been broken down so as to not run afoul of other guidelines. Whilst they are almost identical, they are not duplicates of each other as they are asking about identifying different dice. This means that, whilst the questions are similar, they are not the same. Also, as they are each asking to identify different dice, the answers to each question will be vastly different, thusly they are not duplicates.

For readers, if you have already read another part of this series of questions, feel free to skip the text as it is identical, the only section you would need to focus on is the pictures themselves.

For reference, here are the rest of the questions in this series:

What game uses dice with cyborg skulls in place of the 1 symbol?

What game uses glitter-filled dice with an arrow-like symbol with bracket-like symbols either side of it?

What game uses six-sided dice with symbols as well as numbers on the 5 and 6 faces?

What game uses dice with engraved faces, weapon symbols, double weapon symbols and object symbols?

What game uses dice with compass point arrows, forbidden signs, explosions, arrows and targeting reticles?


A while ago I bought a few bags of factory 2nd dice. Out of those bags, there are a handful of dice that I have not been able to immediately identify. Some I have later been able to identify through image searching, such as the Warhammer Blood Angels, Adeptus Mechanicus and Tyranids logo dice, as well as the green and pink nebular swirl dice.

However, I am still unsure as to what some of the dice are. I’ve tried looking at dice websites, searching on Google and even using reverse image searches, all to no avail. For some, I am not even sure how to concisely describe them to accurately search for them.

What I want to know is what game are these dice from? Or, if they are not from a specific game, what they are called. Below are images of the dice:

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Java: Using Try Catch Statement as well as array length verification

I’m writing a small almost one method Java class for a job application and the advice given was to write it as though it was a piece of commercial software.

The processResult method needs two string arguments of equal length. I thought the best thing to do is check that the args has at least 2 items, then inside the processResult method check that the strings have the same length.

I am unsure about throwing a generic exception in my main method and then later using the try/catch statement. What would be the most

Here is what I have at the moment.

public class Task {     public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {         if (args.length < 2) {             throw new Exception("Need 2 string arguments");         }          try {             int result = processResult(args[0], args[1]);             System.out.println(result);         } catch (IllegalArgumentException e) {             System.err.println(e.getMessage());         }     }      private static boolean lengthsEqual(String a, String b) {         return Integer.compare(a.length(), b.length()) == 0;     }      private static int processResult(String inputOne, String inputTwo) {         if (!lengthsEqual(inputOne, inputTwo) {             throw new IllegalArgumentException("Strings must be the same length");         }          // method logic          return 0;     }  } 

This code works well, but not so well when I compile it to an EXE: os.execl(sys.executable,*([sys.executable]+sys.argv))…?

This code is working well from console, how can I improve it to make it work when compiled ?

I want my program to restart completely when it comes to the end.

The code below works fine from the console (cmd prompt) when I run it as, python myapp.py

But when I compile it into an EXE, the program runs fine but when it gets to the end it does not restart.

How can I improve the code so it acts in the same way as it does from the console?

import os                                import sys                               ... os.execl(sys.executable,*([sys.executable]+sys.argv)) 

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Will a CDMA iPhone work well in most of the world?

According to Apple, A1660 and A1661 cannot do LTE in most of the world. My experience suggests that many functions are unpleasantly slow or impossible without LTE. But I haven’t been able to find an A1784 or A1778 in Oregon or on the Apple website.

Contacted Apple and got an “expert” who insisted the A1661 works anywhere in the world and seemed to think that web page was inaccurate.

Online descriptions of LTE suggest that there is no hard-and-fast number to describe its bit-rate.

A related question suggests that I would not be happy with the CDMA choice, and the Apple page seems to say that for it to work in Japan, I have to buy a model that works nowhere else.

If I get a CDMA iPhone 7, is there a reliable description of what will not work in Mexico City or Toronto or Madrid or Seoul or similar places?

FullSimplify does not work well (require answer in terms of a particular variable)

(new to Mathematica)

I am trying to simplify the Schwarzian derivative of f w.r.t. u.(In[10]). Here f is prime of Weierstrass function (In[8]) which has some constraints (In[9])

In[8]:= f[u_] := D[g[u], u]  In[9]:= f[u]^2 == 4 g[u]^3 - a*g[u] - b  Out[9]= Derivative[1][g][u]^2 == -b - a g[u] + 4 g[u]^3  In[10]:= FullSimplify[f'''[u]/f'[u] - 1.5 f''[u]^2/f'[u]^2] 

gives the output (for some reason Out[10] is of this form on copying)

( \!\(\*SuperscriptBox[\(g\),  TagBox[ RowBox[{"(", "4", ")"}], Derivative], MultilineFunction->None]\)[u] (g^\[Prime]\[Prime])[u] - 1.5  \!\(\*SuperscriptBox[\(g\),  TagBox[ RowBox[{"(", "3", ")"}], Derivative], MultilineFunction->None]\)[u]^2)/(g^\[Prime]\[Prime])[u]^2 

The output is in terms of primes of g[u] and the expression is not simplified. Any help is appriciated. I would prefer if the answer was a function of g[u].

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