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execution without parallel functions: time = x

execution with 4 parallel functions: time = x / 4

When the code attached with 4 parallel functions is executed, the total time is not divided for 4, but is maintained.

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def patronfanin_out(event, context):     for i in range(4):         response = lambda_client.invoke(         FunctionName="tesis-aws-patrones-dev-workers",         InvocationType='Event',         Payload=json.dumps(x)       )  def workers(event, context):   table = boto3.resource('dynamodb').Table('patron2')   rowsFinal = event['list']   for row in rowsFinal:     table.put_item(Item={         'id': str(uuid.uuid4()),         'serie': row[0],         'rank': row[1],         'discipline': row[2],         'sex': row[3],         'salary': row[4]         })   response = {       "statusCode": 200,       "params" : rowsFinal   }   return response 

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Equivalence from multi-tape to single-tape implies limited write space?

Suppose I have the following subroutine, to a more complex program, that uses spaces to the right of the tape:

$ A$ : “adds a $ at the beginning of the tape.”

So we have: $ $ \begin{array}{lc} \text{Before }: & 0101\sqcup\sqcup\sqcup\ldots\ \text{After }A: & $ 0101\sqcup\sqcup\ldots \end{array} $ $

And it is running on a multi-tape turing machine. The equivalence theorem from Sipser book proposes we can describe any multi-tape TM with a single-tape applying the following “algorithm”, append a $ \#$ at every tape and then concat every tape in a single tape, and then put a dot to simulate the header of the previous machine, etc, etc.

With $ a$ and $ b$ being the content of other tapes, we have: $ $ a\#\dot{0}101\#b $ $ If we want to apply $ A$ or another subroutine that uses more space, the “algorithm” described in Sipser is not enough, I can intuitively shift $ \#b$ to the right, but how to describe it more formally for any other subroutine that uses more space in the tape? I can’t figure out a more general “algorithm” to apply in this cases.

How to write a coterminating, effectful program?

[Using Idris for code examples and terminology, but the question is not about Idris per se]

In a post titled A Neighborhood of Infinity, @sigfpe argues that “the kind of open-ended loop we see in operating systems and interactive applications” is to be modeled mathematically using codata, and that these sorts of programs can even written in a total functional programming language if they found to coterminate. Though I don’t yet understand this to the depth in which he lays it out, the idea makes sense, and I’m familiar with the fact that Idris’ totality checker (for example) considers cotermination. Thus, we might write the Unix yes program thus:

yes : Stream String yes = "yes" :: yes 

—except that this is not Unix yes, but intra-Idris yes. I cannot run this program and have it do what yes does: I need an effectful program. Stream is a Functor; it seems I want a main : Stream (IO ()). Let me make the example slightly more compelling by making this an interactive program, as @sigfpe speaks of:

stopOrPrint : String -> IO () stopOrPrint s = do   maybeQ <- getChar   if maybeQ == 'q'   then pure ()   else putStrLn s  main : Stream (IO ()) main = map stopOrPrint yes 

But Idris does not accept programs whose main function has type Stream (IO ()). No problem, maybe if I used traverse_ : Foldable t => Applicative f => (a -> f b) -> t a -> f () instead of map, I could get a main with the right type, IO (). However Stream is not a Foldable, and I’m thinking it’s not just because Brady forgot to implement it: how do you guarantee that you can fold a potentially infinite value into a finite value? Isn’t that kind of crossing over from infinitude to finitude the opposite of totality?

So I’m stuck. I love the idea that with codata and cotermination, we could write a total operating system or even server. But when I actually go to write a socket server in Idris, I end up marking stuff partial; yet Idris’ totality checker respects these ideas.

Am I running into a limitation of Idris (or any languages currently in existence), or a more fundamental limitation? If Idris just learned to take a Stream (IO ()) for its main, would that solve it? I have a feeling that still doesn’t address the underlying issue, because now you have a bunch of disconnected IOs: don’t you actually want an infinite IO monad (can there be such a thing?)?

Is it possible to mix cotermination and effects, in a pure, total functional language? Has it been done? If not, what would it have to look like?

Ubuntu won’t boot – error: attempt to read or write outside of disk ‘hd0’

so the other day I unplugged my PC running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (it was completely shut down when I plugged it out), and a week later, I plugged it back in and since then I can’t boot it with that issue:

"error: attempt to read or write outside of disk 'hd0'" "Entering rescue mode..." "grub rescue>" 

The PC has a single 120GB SSD installed, single partition, and I can’t really remember what partition type it is.

PC: Core2Quad Q8200 2.33GHz 6GB DDR2 RAM Asus P5K-SE motherboard ((some low spec AMD gpu with 1GB of memory)) Crucial 120GB SSD 

Just don’t tell me I have to reinstall Ubuntu, for the 3rd time now.

EDIT: turns out it was a faulty… SATA cable.