This article introduces an automated English-writing reviser (AI-Reviser) based on advanced AI/ML technology. It was developed during the summer of 2017 using my spare time, and has gradually gained popularity (reached more than 78,000 page views in around 6 months) especially among students whose native language is not English. Table of Contents: Motivation Product design … Continue reading AI-Reviser: An automated writing reviser based on cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology.
Nature is a master in coloring. It often minimizes the variety of colors used and arouses comfortable and astonishing sensations. For fun, I wrote a small piece of code (available here) that recolors an image using the coloring style of another image. The current version is quite naive (based on clustering of colors using a … Continue reading Recoloring an image using the coloring style of another image
A power-law distribution for the connectivities of the nodes in a complex network has been widely reported in the studies of diverse networks. Though preferential attachment (PA) has been well accepted as an explanation for the power-law distributions observed in many systems, it is unclear how the asymmetry of information-flow in the networks will influence … Continue reading Documentation for the project “The impact of asymmetric information-flow on the power-law exponent”
The `out of the blue' nature of recent terror attacks and the diversity of apparent motives, highlight the importance of understanding the online trajectories that individuals follow prior to developing high levels of extremist support. Here we show that the physics of stochastic walks, with and without temporal correlation, provides a unifying description of these … Continue reading Documentation for the project “Universality and correlations in individuals wandering through an online extremist space”
The dynamics of online human activity behind the evolution of online groups that individuals follow prior to developing high levels of extremist outbreak is a hot topic and crucial for improving the social security. Here is the documentation for the codes used for the analyses. Table of Contents Installation Preprocessing the datasets (optional) Observations Evolutionary … Continue reading Documentation for the project “Group dynamics”
Table of contents. Installation The core file Case studies 1. Installation Download the folder "projects/EMG", go to that folder, and then run in the terminal: pip install -r requirements.txt 2. The core file The core file is "EMG.py", in which the model is defined. The parameter "R" is the maximum step size (step range) for … Continue reading Documentation for the project “Evolutionary Minority Game (EMG)”
The Grand Canonical Minority Game could be regarded as a simple extension of the basic version of Minority Game, by allowing the users to not play the game when they feel it is too risky. Here is the documentation for the codes used in the project. The focus of this documentation will be on introducing … Continue reading Documentation for the project “Grand canonical minority game”