Korea Police Certificate: a Step-by-step Guide

Source here Korea Police Certificate: a Step-by-step Guide 韩国无犯罪证明 Posted on November 17, 2016by taffytoffy (12.05更新:中文版在文章后面,谢谢!) For many who had previously lived in Korea (yes, by “Korea” I mean “South”) and are applying for visa/immigration to countries such as Canada or U.S., it might be required for applicants to present a “police certificate” or a “background check” to … Continue reading Korea Police Certificate: a Step-by-step Guide

Developing basic Face Recognition application for basically understanding

Bài viết này rất hay và giải thích chi tiết về phương pháp nhận diện khuôn mặt hiện đại, hầu hết các phương pháp tốt nhất bây giờ đều theo cách tiếp cận này https://medium.com/.../machine-learning-is-fun-part-4... options: OpenCV and Google engine Nếu muốn bắt đầu từ cơ bản thì bạn có thể tìm hiểu về Face … Continue reading Developing basic Face Recognition application for basically understanding

Visual Studio 2017 C++ dev tool

What can explain std::cout not to display anything? Ok, answer found. Simple answer, of course, as always when encountering such problems. Michael Aaron was on the right tracks. Simply changing SubSystem to Console in project configuration (/Configuration properties/Linker/System) makes the whole thing work. The GUI still works, but with a background console. I can deal … Continue reading Visual Studio 2017 C++ dev tool

EGit: cannot push, cannot pull

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25205845/egit-cannot-push-cannot-pull The configuration of the repository seems to miss this line in the [remote "origin"] section: fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/* It tells git to fetch all refs starting with refs/heads/ (all branches) and store them under refs/remotes/origin/ locally. E.g. the refs/heads/master in the remote repository will become refs/remotes/origin/master locally (or origin/master in short). Can you add … Continue reading EGit: cannot push, cannot pull

Difference Between Interpreter and Compiler

Interpreter Vs Compiler : Difference Between Interpreter and Compiler We generally write a computer program using a high-level language. A high-level language is one which is understandable by us humans. It contains words and phrases from the English (or other) language. But a computer does not understand high-level language. It only understands program written in … Continue reading Difference Between Interpreter and Compiler

What is difference between GPU and CPU?

The GPU’s advanced capabilities were originally used primarily for 3D game rendering. But now those capabilities are being harnessed more broadly to accelerate computational workloads in areas such as financial modeling, cutting-edge scientific research and oil and gas exploration. Architecturally, the CPU is composed of just few cores with lots of cache memory that can … Continue reading What is difference between GPU and CPU?

Understanding Non-uniform Memory Access (NUMA) Architecture

Microsoft SQL Server is non-uniform memory access (NUMA) aware, and performs well on NUMA hardware without special configuration. As clock speed and the number of processors increase, it becomes increasingly difficult to reduce the memory latency required to use this additional processing power. To circumvent this, hardware vendors provide large L3 caches, but this is only a … Continue reading Understanding Non-uniform Memory Access (NUMA) Architecture