FabScan is an open-source, do-it-yourself 3D laser scanner.It started out as a Bachelor's thesis by Francis Engelmann, supervised by René Bohne. You can find official project here.I made my own box from MDF hood sheets and use different hardware parts.I decided to make this guide to show to you my work.All credits for Arduino software and computer application goes to FabScan team, so thank you very much for this great open source 3D laser scanner...
As we all know, one of the PSF's main purposes is to educate and advocate for the use of Python. What makes us so successful in this area is the enthusiasm with which the community is willing to share its time and knowledge. For me, hearing these stories is the best part of working with the PSF.
This is big, must read! The great thing about this architecture is that moves your entire critical path onto the client, which means you're no longer at the mercy of the network to paint content to the screen!
Determining the optimal number of clusters: 3 must known methods
Partitioning methods, such as k-means clustering require also the users to specify the number of clusters to be generated.
One fundamental question is: How to choose the right number of expected clusters (k)?
In this article, we’ll describe different methods for determining the optimal number of clusters for k-means, PAM and hierarchical clustering . These methods include direct methods and statistical testing approaches.
If you've ever wrested with Fourier decomposition it seems rather abstract at times, especially if you have been away from it for a while.... These sets of diagrams really help ground the time-domain to frequency-domain transformation in an intuitive fashion. Still in the hunt for a similar set of ahah, eureka! diagrams for convolution and LePlace transforms.....