Database normalization is the process of organizing the fields and tables of a relational database to minimize redundancy. Normalization usually involves dividing large tables into smaller (and less redundant) tables and defining relationships between them.
Concepts The Old Way The New Way A Note About “Plain Text” The Standards ASCII Extended ASCII IBM (OEM) Code Pages ANSI (Microsoft) Code Pages Unicode UTF-8/16/32 UCS Encoding UCS-2/4 UTF-7 ISO 8859 FAQ What’s the difference between Unicode and UCS? What is the basic multilingual plane? I’m confused. Which standards encode to which lengths? …
“Behind every great point estimate stands a minimized loss function.” – Me, just now
This is a continuation of Probable Points and Credible Intervals, a series of posts on Bayesian point and interval estimates. In Part 1 we looked at these estimates as graphical summaries, useful when it’s difficult to plot the whole posterior in good way. Here I’ll instead look at points and intervals from a decision theoretical perspective, in my opinion the conceptually cleanest way of characterizing w
PWL#11 => Alex Rasmussen on Flat Datacenter Storage
Thursday, Jan 22, 2015, 6:30 PM
Fastly 651 Brannan Street, Suite. 110 San Francisco, CA
76 readers Attending
Introducing PWL Mini!!
Starting this month we'll be opening up two 5-7 minute talk slots before our main talk. The idea is to share with the group a short summary of a paper or an idea that you are super excited about. Anyone can volunteer minis, just email us!
• Mini #1: Elaine Greenberg on TBD
• Mini #2: Sargun Dhillon on TBD