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前言:二零一四年九月二十八日,我在淚水中寫了〈香港怎麼了:佔中十七問〉,協助中國大陸和台灣讀者理解佔領運動。今天,香港人再次走上街頭,受到警察的無情鎮壓。我在此再次強忍眼淚,嘗試把事情的始末說清楚,讓香港以外的朋友知道真相。1. 香港又怎麼了?
explained  hongkong  2019 
4 days ago by aries1988
Atrocities. Norms. Bicycles. See Where We’re Going With This?
But he didn’t do it alone. An entire team culture enabled Mr. Armstrong and his fellow riders to dope themselves to peak performance. The team’s doctor, its support workers, even riders’ wives were all enlisted to support and cover up the drug regimen. Team members from that time describe doping as a joint effort, something everyone approached with the same dedication and care that they applied to the rest of their training.

The pervasive doping, on that team and others, endangered riders’ health. It ruined lives. But if you read accounts by people who were involved, the most striking thing is that doping didn’t feel bad to them at the time. It felt more like a responsibility; one more thing that the team was doing to reach their ultimate goal of victory — and that everyone needed to help with.

Everyone on Lance Armstrong’s team knew that performance-enhancing drugs were banned in cycling. But those weren’t the rules that mattered. The internal rules, the norms for how people should behave to be a good member of the team, were the ones that held sway. And those norms said: Good members of this team do whatever it takes to win, so take the drugs.

In fact, even if you do know that your group is wrong, independence is still painful. In a 2005 study, fMRI scans of people contradicting their group’s statements showed increased activity in the part of the brain that processes emotional distress and fear, even when the subjects knew they were giving the correct answer to an easy question.

Those incentives, left unchecked, will shape group norms; those norms, in turn, will demand conformity. Participation in horrifying acts can become a condition of membership in good standing.
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9 days ago by aries1988
This Is How I Thread (Parallelism & Pointwise) | Another Fine Mesh
If parallelism is a tool, then that implies it is used to build something. What is that something? Put simply, optimized software. More specifically, parallelism is used to help computers solve bigger problems in less time. However, parallelism is not the only technique used to optimize code.

In the computing world, one name we give our workers is threads (short for threads of execution). When multiple threads are used in conjunction to solve a problem, this is called multithreading. If a problem can be subdivided so that multiple threads may execute concurrently to accomplish the same goal, then less time will be required to finish. However, subdividing problems is not always straightforward.

Fortunately, the algorithms used for many of the examine metrics in Pointwise fall into the “embarrassingly parallel” category.
So, what does it mean for an algorithm to be “embarrassingly parallel”? Simply put, it means that very little effort is required to divvy up a problem into parallel tasks. On top of this, little or no communication or synchronization among threads is required. Raw information is provided to each thread and each thread processes that data independently.
Unfortunately, cases like this are the exception. Data is rarely in such an amenable format, and threads often need to be highly interdependent to arrive at a solution.

However, closer inspection reveals that simply dividing the point data between threads for multithreaded execution will not provide sufficient isolation. This is because the algorithm requires that incident element data remain constant while a point is being positioned. If one thread modifies any point on a hull that another thread is manipulating, then results become inconsistent at best and corrupt at worst. The likelihood of such a scenario occurring increases dramatically as the number of threads increases.

Such organization can be achieved through the use of mesh partitioning. If the input mesh may be reliably and consistently partitioned into contiguous chunks, then each thread would be free to operate on its own chunk without fear of interfering with a concurrent thread.
The solution we adopted for this problem is to create a new, non-contiguous partition that only includes boundary points. This partition is then processed serially after multithreaded execution.

Of course, mesh partitioning presents overhead that a serial implementation
explained  parallelism  example  mesh  tool 
10 days ago by aries1988
What y+ should I run? Part 1 – The underlying physics
I would also like to make a note that its recommended to either resolve the viscous sublayer at y+1 or the log region at y+>30 and not to place the first cell in-between them. The model has been calibrated either case and CFD software deals with transition between the layers differently.
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10 days ago by aries1988


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14 days ago by aries1988
Want a New Emoji? Good Luck. - by Andy Warner
How a nearly invisible cabal of tech industry leaders controls what you can and can’t type 🤔
emoji  unicode  language  journalism  cabals  cartoon  webcomic  explained 
15 days ago by kme
GitHub - alex/what-happens-when: An attempt to answer the age old interview question "What happens when you type google.com into your browser and press enter?"
An attempt to answer the age old interview question "What happens when you type google.com into your browser and press enter?" - alex/what-happens-when
interviewquestions  tech  explained 
15 days ago by kme
中国是世界第一的猪肉消费大国,尽管近些年随着生活富裕、口味多元,全国猪肉消费总量已从2014年最高峰时的5719万吨下降到去年的5489万吨,但仍然 稳占全球一半份额 [1] ――也就是说, 中国人口虽然只是世界五分之一,但每两斤猪肉里就有一斤是被中国人吃掉的。…
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شرح هجمات حجب الخدمة – DDOS Attacks Explained
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