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On Generative Algorithms: Introduction · inconvergent
An illustrated essay on generative algorithms written by Anders Hoff.
algorithm  generative  geometry  graphics 
yesterday by mac
Data Structure: sorting (basic) - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
The sorting algorithms I'm covering in the article include bubble sort, selection sort, and insertion sort.
sorting  algorithm  programming  development  coding 
2 days ago by gyaresu
robotics  theory  algorithm 
2 days ago by objectx
Twitter will soon let you switch between chronological and ranked feeds • The Verge
Nick Statt:
<p>Twitter has made a surprise change to how it shows tweets to its users, following a viral thread earlier today that discussed ways to reverse the platform’s algorithmic timeline. Now, when you uncheck the settings box reading “Show the best tweets first,” Twitter will completely revert your timeline to a non-algorithmic, reverse-chronological order, which is how Twitter was originally designed and operated for years until the company introduced a default algorithmic model in early 2016.

Prior to the change, unchecking the box would still result in the “in case you missed it” tweets, recommended tweets from people you didn’t follow, and tweets informing you when someone you do follow liked or interacted with someone else’s tweet. Twitter is now acknowledging that its users want more control over their timeline, and that the initial settings tool and how it functioned was not an adequate way to address this.</p>

I was one of a number of people who, when a Twitter product manager asked a week or two ago about some proposed changes that would show if someone was actually "present" on Twitter - "you might say 'who's around' at an airport" - suggested that it would be simpler just to let people have non-algorithmic (ie reverse chronological) feeds. So it was nice to see <a href="">this tweet to that effect</a> in my responses.
twitter  algorithm  chronological  timeline 
3 days ago by charlesarthur
Before updates, a group of 'search quality raters' rigorously test.
Algorithm  Google  from twitter
3 days ago by jhill5
Boundary First Flattening (BFF) is a free and open source application for surface parameterization. Unlike other tools for UV mapping, BFF allows free-form editing of the flattened mesh, providing users direct control over the shape of the flattened domain—rather than being stuck with whatever the algorithm provides.
graphics  algorithm 
4 days ago by reg

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