Image sequence position and size are fixed and known beforehand (it's not scaled). It will be quite short, maximum of 20 frames and in a closed loop. I want to verify (event driven by button click), that I have seen it before.
Lets say I have some image sequence, like:
If seen, I want to see...
I have to implement a method:
E toArray(E a) // Pass an array, convert to singly linked list, then return the array.
from java.util Interface List<E>
As I mentioned, I have to pass an array, convert it to a singly linked list, sort it, then return the array.
In the Node class I ...
This is in follow up to:
I'm following up because examples were requested. I'm only using my own as examples because they're easy to find--I've seen other closed q's as well. ...
i using doctype:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
<div style="border:1px solid red;background-color:blue;"><img src="http://www.google.com/intl/e...
@YiJiang dare I say, my "best practice" is sure: ideals are great, but you need to ship; spending 3 times as long to get it architecturally purer-than-pure is not good practice. Customers/users don't care about architecture. They care about "it works; it arrived"
At 90 days into beta, we’re supposed to evaluate each Area 51 beta site and either “pass” or “fail” them as full Stack Exchange sites. Some sites feel they’re not going to make it.
The Geographic Information Systems SE site has one more day of beta. We are Excellent in Qs answered and answer ratio, Okay in visits/day and Worrying in number of questions and number of avid users.
Are the admins planning to shut us down?
Please don’t! We may be small, but we’re good and growing. I’ve been working in the GIS field for almost 15 years and been active on every applicable BBS, mailing list, online forum and wiki for that time. I can honestly state that GIS SE has something that all those others didn’t, and that something is valuable and worth nurturing. Give us some more time, please. Thanks. …
Could we have a kind of time limit - that could be set by us - that can be spent on SO?
When overflowed, that time limit would have the next SO page display a big Warning, something like
You spend too much time on your computer and should better go outside (...) or continue your work tasks [...
We all love Stackoverflow! A huge personal thanks for a great site to Jeff and everyone involved :) ... I hope this question can be a landmark in the question time-line and a chance for people to put a stake in the ground marking classic and good questions for future ...
The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) provided onboard computation and control for guidance, navigation, and control of the Command Module (CM) and Lunar Module (LM) spacecraft of the Apollo program. It is notable for having been one of the first IC based computers.
The AGC was developed in the early 1960s for the Apollo program by the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory.
AGC in Apollo
Each flight to the Moon (with the exception of Apollo 8, which didn't take a Lunar Module on its lunar orbit mission) had two AGCs, one each in the Command Module and the Lunar Module. The AGC in the Command...
There were no hard disks. All the data was stored on magnetic tape, with each computer having about eight tape drives. Most programs used for the mission were written in Fortran, Bostick said. “After Apollo 1, we upgraded to the biggest and the best equipment that government money could buy, the IBM 360 with an unheard of 1MB of memory. We went all the way from 64K to 1MB.”
@MarcK Ok - I thought I can sit here for a while having a non serious discussion, but I failed obviously ;-) Cannot wait to see if my meta post is now < -4 ... See you guys (I assume there is 0.00 members from the other gender...)