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Fugue: Slow-Worker-Agnostic Distributed Learning for Big Models on Big Data

Abhimanu Kumar, Alex Beutel, Qirong Ho, Eric P Xing
2018
We present a scheme for fast, distributed learning on big (i.e. high-dimensional) models applied to big datasets.  ...  Unlike algorithms that focus on distributed learning in either the big data or big model setting (but not both), our scheme partitions both the data and model variables simultaneously.  ...  Fugue -Slow-Worker Agnostic Learning for Big Models on Big Data The key principle behind Fugue is to exploit independent or weakly-dependent blocks of data, variables and parameters.  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6475643.v1 fatcat:wwschtrdh5b6xkn4qg7gnaoogu

Poseidon: A System Architecture for Efficient GPU-based Deep Learning on Multiple Machines [article]

Hao Zhang, Zhiting Hu, Jinliang Wei, Pengtao Xie, Gunhee Kim, Qirong Ho, Eric Xing
2015 arXiv   pre-print
with 100s of GBs to TBs of data, distributed GPUs present a prime opportunity for scaling up DL.  ...  Deep learning (DL) has achieved notable successes in many machine learning tasks.  ...  Fugue: Slow-worker-agnostic distributed learning for big models on big data. [16] L E , Q. V., M ONGA , R., D EVIN , M., C HEN , K., C ORRADO , G. S., D EAN , J., AND N G , A. Y.  ... 
arXiv:1512.06216v1 fatcat:pbox43vvuvdp5nsp3pk5c2ctzu

Early Industrial Roots of Green Chemistry and the history of the BHC Ibuprofen process invention and its Quality connection

Mark A. Murphy
2017 Foundations of Chemistry: Philosophical, Historical, Educational and Interdisciplinary Studies of Chemistry  
), rather than focus on leading the workers and processes of the organizations toward continuous improvement.  ...  The information learned can be used to adjust the goal, change methods, reformulate a theory altogether, or broaden the learning for the next cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10698-017-9300-9 fatcat:bn2qsri6vffmbdwc2kf5n42aau

A Survey on the Evolution of Stream Processing Systems [article]

Marios Fragkoulis, Paris Carbone, Vasiliki Kalavri, Asterios Katsifodimos
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Stream processing has been an active research field for more than 20 years, but it is now witnessing its prime time due to recent successful efforts by the research community and numerous worldwide open-source  ...  This survey provides a comprehensive overview of fundamental aspects of stream processing systems and their evolution in the functional areas of out-of-order data management, state management, fault tolerance  ...  When a new worker joins, it becomes responsible for data items from multiple of the existing nodes. When a worker leaves, its key space is distributed over existing workers.  ... 
arXiv:2008.00842v1 fatcat:ebb77qeeenfb5blpovimtnfu4m

Experiences of ADHD in adults [article]

Mikka Nielsen
2016 The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities  
The analyses are based on data from interviews, conversations, and from time spent with 13 adults diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood (five men and eight women, ages 26-45); on observations at doctor's consultations  ...  The number of people diagnosed with ADHD has increased within the last couple of decades and so has the number of prescriptions for drugs treating ADHD.  ...  Acknowledgements Funding This article is part of a study (Diagnostic Culture) funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research. Notes 1.  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.hum.00054 fatcat:hwierixrwfa3lgdy4654mo5gc4

THESIS A CROSS-GENERATIONAL STUDY OF VIDEO GAMING: PLAYERS' CULTURAL MODELS, FELT STIGMA, AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING Submitted by

Cheryl Smarr-Foster, Jeffrey Snodgrass, Suzanne Kent, Kuoray Mao
2017 unpublished
I investigate this idea using cognitive anthropological notions of shared and socially transmitted models of reality held in individual minds, i.e., cultural models (D'Andrade, 1995).  ...  I explain how cultural models around video gaming are influenced by popular media and misunderstandings about video game players in general.  ...  For example, one paralegal managed the stigma by concealing her game play from co-workers and was embarrassed when her husband mentioned gaming in front of her co-workers.  ... 
fatcat:ebnkpbvmibgaxlhprtcsnu2je4

The Poetic Vision of Robert Penn Warren

John Boening, Victor H. Strandberg
1978 World literature today  
time he learned that the world is all of one piece.  ...  Gabriel's big tootle.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40132859 fatcat:mj4fulmy5neuvghddkoh3ibqwq

Massively parallel stream processing with latency guarantees [article]

Björn Lohrmann, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Odej Kao
2016
They process data on-the-fly without first storing it in a file system and their core programming abstractions hide the complexity of distributed-parallel programming.  ...  These new engines draw inspiration from Big Data batch processing frameworks (Google's MapReduce and its descendants) as well existing stream processing engines (e.g. Borealis and STREAM).  ...  The chapter focuses on UDF-heavy data ŕows, the currently predominant model for highly parallel and distributed stream processing on large and shared commodity clusters.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-5132 fatcat:svogk3kvnvcvrm7mzok2dxkfny

Morale in war and after

G. Stanley Hall
1918 Psychological bulletin  
The seasoned fighter learns to fight on even though his mates are falling on all sides in death or agony.  ...  The bitter resentments thus kindled will die slow and hard.  ...  Carrying on the War After Peace Comes.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0073412 fatcat:pygzavjqovf4rfjiphdxq3rm5e

Future Directions of Music Cognition 2021 Full Proceedings

2021 Future Directions of Music Cognition   unpublished
Most of the articles in this journal are accompanied by an online multimedia presence, with articles linked to videos of the authors presenting, slides, and access to original data and stimuli.  ...  This proceedings journal reflects the research presented at the conference and speaker series, but the virtual nature of the conference also provides opportunities for this journal to be multimedia in  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Tuire Kuusi for providing us with data from her 2005 study, and David Temperley for providing comments on a draft of this article.  ... 
doi:10.18061/fdmc.2021.0000 fatcat:yygzcamp6fb6pdldloi2cjaepa

An Inquiry Into Relationships Between Spirituality and Language Pedagogy [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Christine Pearson Casanave
2020
After analyzing their interview transcript data, I triangulated the common themes emerging from these data with, where appropriate, the informants' classroom syllabuses, lesson plans, and academic publications  ...  This must especially be true for language educators, who come from all corners of the globe and thus bring into their classrooms many spiritual views.  ...  Non-judgmental attitudes and empathy are essential for cultural workers.  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/827 fatcat:yp7jl3f2ibdkhpfhfrvquuh7q4

America adjusted

Edward Joseph Khair Gitre
2008
Adjustment caught on for a host of reasons.  ...  disabled worker for every fifth home, on average).  ...  The methodological lesson learned was that of describing a nonquantitative process without drawing conclusions and interpretations not based on scientifically treated data." 118 America and its "nonquantitative  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3dr2vrc fatcat:f5u3qcmizfgnxhzewz54m2ce3e

The City of Flow and the City of Borders: The Representation of City in Fiction

Laurence Virgil Keim, University, My, Nigel Krauth
2018
The discussion extends to focus on the following works: Seven Poor Men of Sydney (Christina Stead), Snowdome (Bernard Cohen), The Unusual Life of Tristan Smith (Peter Carey), The Bonfire of the Vanities  ...  At that precise moment, a bus appeared and slowed for the red light, and there on its side was the exact same image, but writ larger.  ...  It is a city that relies heavily on shifting sensory data to ground its truth.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/3866 fatcat:7rf3ehhmardspd7chyuv5rgczu

THE RISING TIDE OF INSIGNIFICANCY (THE BIG SLEEP)

Cornelius Castoriadis
unpublished
setting up organizations on a militaro-Leninist model and struggling for power.  ...  To be one, he requires a host of things-including, for example, both workers and consumers.  ...  A political regime cannot be totally agnostic when it comes to values (or morals, or ethics).  ... 
fatcat:6skl2pmzbfgspglitasmra3t3q

The Politics of Coming Out: Stigma and Biomedical Models of Mental Disorder

Angela K Thachuk
2012
Drawing from philosophical, clinical, sociological, and activist literatures, my work critically analyses the deployment of biomedical models of mental disorder as a means of targeting stigma.  ...  Thus the medical model can rescue someone from stigma, which is a real and horrifying feature of our social life. ...When we learn to empathize through the medical model, we learn to empathize with someone  ...  Dissociative fugue is a rare condition that involves unexpected travel or departure from one's daily life.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3z076 fatcat:5yyrb3qwb5bjpkdawvhj36ysgq
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