See also https://github.com/How-u-doing/DataStructures/tree/master/String/Trie https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65109727/why-returning-a-const-reference-via-delegation-gets-a-segmentation-fault-in-c
This week and last weekend I was primarily focusing on memory pools, allocators, CPU caches. I now probably know how allocators work, simply separating memory allocation & objects initialization, for example, reserve() function in std::vector, it doesn’t initialize the allocated data segment, thus permitting better performance when we don’t need initialize the data immediately. CPU […]
May I ask you a very personal question? Did anyone ever tell you that you have the face of a Botticelli and the body of a Degas? Is there a crime against comparing a woman to a work of art? See detailed pick-up lines here.
This week I had a discussion about error estimates for FEM with Miss White on Wednesday evening. While in communication about our ideas, I found a few things that I had deemed almost perfect, but it turned out that it was never meant to be perfect if you don’t have an in-depth discussion with someone […]
This week did actually only one thing, reviewing FEM. I found a lot of C++ numerical libraries, as well as some with FEM, like deal.II, MFEM, FreeFEM. FEM is soooo important in engineering, geophysics, CAD, etc. FEM is fun & powerful. Thanks to Miss White, I could go over the knowledge in respect to numerical […]
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Sooo, finally, I decided to launch a new project that aims for self-improvement via writing summaries, which can be: insightful thoughts, achievements I’ve made, things I really need to put efforts on, horrible things I’ve committed, interests I would like to nurture, awesome people I’ve encountered, challenges I should take, goals I should strive for, […]